Hot takes from Super Bowl LIII

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Hot takes from Super Bowl LIII

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Ashton Voorhees, Reporter

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1. The most interesting part of the game was the Super Bowl record punt

Let’s admit it. You didn’t miss much if you only tuned into the commercials or the halftime extravaganza that Super Bowl LIII had to offer. The game set a Super Bowl record low for points and incidentally featured the longest punt in Super Bowl history. Nothing quite sums up the Super Bowl LIII experience like this statistic does.

2. The next time Sean McVay reaches the Super Bowl, he will go home with a ring

Rams head coach Sean McVay sat in interviews after his Super Bowl loss, saying how he was purely out coached by Bill Belichick. Sean McVay is a quiet, crafty coach with a big offensive mind. You can almost guarantee that the next time he gets on the big stage again, he’ll remember his downfalls from sunday night and dial up a better gameplan.

3. Tom Brady has just made his last Super Bowl appearance

The Kansas City Chiefs surged behind an MVP season from quarterback Patrick Mahomes in only his first season as a starter. How he performs next season is yet to be seen, but the Chiefs are one of the hottest teams in the NFL right now. They’re already favorites to win the next Super Bowl, which would leave Tom Brady watching the Super Bowl at home for what feels like the first time in forever.

4. Sony Michel will be one of the best running backs in the NFL next year

Sony Michel racked up 94 yards on 18 carries in the Super Bowl, and scored the game’s lone touchdown. He averaged about five yards a carry, and with Brady only slowing down as the years progress, the Patriots will look to Michel to pick up the workload.

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