The Patriots defeated the Rams, 13-3, in a boring, low-scoring affair.
The Sean McVay-coached Los Angeles Rams came into the post-season having only failed to score 30 points in 3 regular season games, but, with star running back Todd Gurley hobbled and Jared Goff looking a little shaky, the Rams' offensive production slowed down in the post-season. This year, all of that amounted to some pretty luke-warm Nielsen ratings, according to a report by Deadline, at least by Super Bowl standards.
Last year, the Super Bowl pulled in a 53 household rating, meaning approximately 50 percent more households tuned into the big game last year.
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That has helped make it the world's biggest emitter of climate-warming greenhouse gases - according to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), livestock are responsible for about 14.5 percent of global emissions.
Saints fans dressed in colorful outfits toted black and gold umbrellas and homemade signs through downtown New Orleans as music blared.
Saints fans were still stung by the way the NFC championship game ended two weeks earlier, when officials didn't call a clear helmet-to-helmet violation (or the pass interference that occurred on the same play) and New Orleans went on to lose to the Rams in overtime.
This morning, New Orleans' newspaper, The Times-Picayune, put out its Monday newspaper.
"And since we can be petty, we encourage fans to celebrate the time that the Atlanta Falcons lost a 28-3 lead in the Super Bowl".