THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS WIN THE SUPER BOWL AGAIN: Here are the big plays and moments everybody will be talking about

  • The New England Patriots are Super Bowl champs for the sixth time, beating the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3.
  • It was a clash of the NFL's most dominant franchise and the new kids on the block, but in the end, the Patriots came through when it mattered most.
  • Julian Edelman was named the game's MVP.
  • Check out all of INSIDER's Super Bowl coverage here.

The New England Patriots are Super Bowl champions for the sixth time, beating the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3.

The game was mostly a snoozefest, setting the record for fewest points in a Super Bowl. But when the Patriots needed it most, they delivered with back-to-back scoring drives in the fourth quarter to break a 3-3 tie and seal the win.

Below, we tracked the biggest plays and moments from the big game.

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The biggest moments from Super Bowl LIII everyone will be talking about

Celebrities came out to the game, including Kevin Hart, Ludacris, Ellie Kemper in a frankenjersey, and Conor McGregor with his son in matching suits.

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It wouldn't be a Super Bowl without Tom Brady yelling "LET'S GO!" after running onto the field.

(AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

The roof was opened before the game but was closed for the actual game.

(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Gladys Knight made some gamblers happy when she milked the last couple of lines to the national anthem, clocking in at 2:01 from start to finish (although there was some controversy over how many times she said "Brave").

(AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

The Pats got a good return on the opening kickoff, but Tom Brady was picked off with his first pass attempt.

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It didn't take long to find controversy as Nickell Robey-Coleman was flagged for hitting a defenseless player on a tackle that most felt was a solid football play.

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The Patriots had the first scoring opportunity but missed the field goal. And sure enough, Tony Romo kinda-sorta predicted it.

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The first quarter ended scoreless, and people with 0 and 0 in their Super Bowl squares pool were celebrating. The first 15 minutes featured three punts, a missed field goal, and an interception.

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The Patriots finally broke through early in the second quarter with a field goal to take a 3-0 lead.

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The game was still 3-0 at the half, tying three other games for the fewest points in the first half this season.

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At halftime, the world was treated to Maroon 5 and all of Adam Levine's tattoos.

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The second half started much like the entirety of the first half, with a Rams punt. The Patriots held the Rams to a punt on each of their first eight possessions.

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Things were so boring, Jim Nantz and Tony Romo went nuts when the Rams broke the record for the longest Super Bowl punt.

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The Rams looked like they were going to finally break through, but Jason McCourty broke up what looked like an easy touchdown.

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The Rams finally got on the board when Greg Zuerlein snuck a field goal inside the upright.

(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

After two more punts — the 13th and 14th of the game — the Patriots finally scored the first touchdown of the game as Sony Michel busted through from two yards out.

(AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

Just when it looked like the Rams were starting to get their offense clicking, the Patriots brought a blitz and Jared Goff threw an interception near the end zone.

(AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

All of a sudden, when it mattered most, the Rams' rush defense failed them and the Patriots marched right down the field in the final minutes, with three rushes over ten yards.

(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

With just over a minute to go, the Patriots hit a field goal that sealed their sixth Super Bowl championship, as the ball just snuck inside the left upright.

(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

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