Patriots and Rams at Full-Strength Going to the Super Bowl
You can expect an all-out war when the Patriots and Rams face each other on Sunday at the Super Bowl LIII. According to reports, neither teams have any injuries during their last practice sessions last Friday.
Rams Coach Sean McVay said that Todd Gurley is 100 percent, and will have a big role on Sunday. The Rams running back suffered a knee injury near the end of the regular season. As a result, he only had 13 yards during the NFC championship match. Although he had a good amount of snaps, he didn’t get a lot of touches.
Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein is also 100 percent for the Super Bowl. In fact, he is feeling good during Friday’s session. He hit the kickoffs and field goals well, which is good news for the Rams. Fans hope that Zuerlein will replicate his performance during the NFC championship match when he scored the 57-yard field goal to end the game.
Patriots and Rams Injury Concerns
On the Patriots’ side, Coach Bill Belichick was concerned about linebacker Dont’a Hightower. The linebacker missed Thursday’s practice due to an illness. However, he is 100 percent during Friday’s session.
The Patriots and Rams will rest on Saturday to prepare for the greatest match of the year. McVay said that they are prepared for Super Bowl and his team knows what they need to do. In addition, the Rams coach said that his team has confidence in each other. Also, they trust things will go their way.
Sports fans can expect a good game from both teams. Coincidentally, Super Bowl LIII is the first sporting event where sports betting is legal in seven states outside of Nevada. Not only that, but you can also place your bets on any of the sites powered by PricePerPlayer.com PPH Sportsbook.