Because who doesn't want to relive that?
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The game set a record for the lowest scoring Super Bowl ever, with the 13-3 final eclipsing Super Bowl VII, when what TEAM topped Washington 14-7?
What PLAYER was responsible for the game's lone touchdown on a two yard run? His 94 yards of total rushing outdid the entire Rams backfield.
Game MPV was awarded to what RECEIVER, whose 141 yards included several first down catches?
The Internet was rightfully upset that the fan ballot for MVP did not include what RAMS PUNTER, who got to kick nine times and set a Super Bowl record with a 65 yard boot?
Tom Brady's sixth Super Bowl ring makes him the winningest individual player in the game's history, surpassing what LINEBACKER who won five rings between 1989 and 1996?
Bill Belichick set a record with his 12th Super Bowl appearance as a coach, ten with the Patriots and two with what OTHER TEAM, where he was the defensive coordinator for both Super Bowls?
Not only was the game a snooze, the halftime show was as lame as expected. One bright spot was a clip from what CARTOON, which was worked into the introduction for Travis Scott? The inclusion of the clip stemmed from an online petition calling for the halftime show to honor the cartoon's recently deceased creator, Stephen Hillenburg.
Along with Maroon 5 and Travis Scott, who was the other NAMED PERFORMER at the halftime show, where he performed "The Way You Move" off of his Speakerboxxx of a 2003 double album?
Post-game was a little hectic for what CBS SIDELINE REPORTER, who literally hung on to Tom Brady in the middle of a media scrum while she waited to interview him?
While the NFL's "The 100-Year Game" topped USA Today's Ad Meter, the second place ad was Amazon's "Not Everything Makes the Cut," which featured what ACTOR trying in vain to get his dog to not order food through an Alexa-enabled collar?
The ad for what TV SHOW gave us all hope, not only for its return, but that all of the characters in the Bud Light "Dilly Dilly" ad campaign were killed in a dragon attack?
Perhaps the strangest sight at the parade after the win was Patriots owner Robert Kraft sporting a large necklace given to him by what RAPPER? Kraft met him through Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin while the rapper was controversially imprisoned for probation violations.