Who will leave with the coveted Lombardi trophy? The Los Angeles Rams will be facing off with the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII, which will take place at the Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta on February 3. Several hunky and talented athletes from both teams will be hitting the field, and we’ve rounded up photos of them just in time for the game. Scroll through the gallery.
The superstar defensive tackle will be bringing his A-game against the Pats. When it comes to sacks, pressures, quarterback hits, and more — this guy can do it all.
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The running back has already become a legend on the field, and he recently addressed how he’ll be ready to rock come game day. “There’s no better feeling,” he said about securing their position in the Super Bowl.
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This wide receiver continues to prove he’s dependable at important times. He’s become one of the go-to players to throw the ball to.
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The offensive tight end is known for pulling off some solid plays. He caught each of his four passes for 25 yards and a touchdown which helped the Rams secure their NFC win.
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The Rams punter is a four-time First Team All-Pro and four-time Pro-Bowler.
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Just like his predecessor, Kurt Warner, this quarterback helped take his team to the Super Bowl with his solid passing skills.
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This star athlete previously played for the Buffalo Bills, and has solidified his position as a cornerback on the Los Angeles Rams.
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He’s another rockstar cornerback on the LA team and interestingly, he used to play for the Kansas City Chiefs.
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The 6’4″ defensive end shines on the field and has become a cornerstone of the Pat’s strategy to shut down their opponents.
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The wide receiver and punt returner has proven himself on the field and is rumored to be in talks for a spot on the Hall of Fame.
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The name speaks for itself. Many analysts and sportswriters consider him to be the greatest quarterback in NFL history due to his impressive stats and abilities to shatter records.
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The Patriots tight end instantly became a sensation and is often known by his nickname “Gronk.”
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Here’s another stud tight-end on the New England team and he previously played college football at Wyoming.
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The placekicker for the New England Patriots was drafted by the team in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft. Another cool fact: he was the only rookie kicker to make an NFL roster that year.
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The wide receiver is ready to give it his all in the upcoming game. Before becoming an NFL star, he played intercollegiate lacrosse at Penn State.