Super Bowl 53: 10 incredible stats from the Patriots’ win over the Rams No running game for RamsThe Rams entire offense revolved around the run game for most of the season.Los Angeles used the dominance of Todd Gurley on the ground to set up the play-action pass. However, Gurley and the Rams’ rushing attack was nowhere to be found on the biggest stage Sunday.Gurley, who battled a knee injury near the end of the regular season, tallied just 35 rushing yards on 10 carries in the loss. Backup C.J. Anderson added 22. Without a reliable ground attack, quarterback Jared Goff predictably struggled. He looked out of sync all game and completed just 57.9 percent of his passes as the Rams offense failed to find any rhythm.No answer for Edelman and MichelThe Patriots really struggled offensively for much of the night. But, the Rams had no answers for two of their key offensive weapons.Patriots rookie running back Sony Michel tallied 94 total yards and the game’s only touchdown to help the Patriots come away with the victory. He became the first rookie, and eighth total player, with six or more rushing scores in a single postseason.2️⃣6️⃣ for 2️⃣6️⃣. @Flyguy2stackz | #EverythingWeGot pic.twitter.com/CCaQPbXM8i— New England Patriots (@Patriots) February 4, 2019Meanwhile, Julian Edelman was Brady’s go-to target and earned Super Bowl 53 MVP honors. He found seams in the defense and kept multiple drives alive with clutch receptions. In total, Edelman racked up 10 catches for 141 yards.Julian Edelman has 8 catches for 120 yards.Robert Woods leads the Rams with 2 catches for 25 yards.pic.twitter.com/u2BYeDFIDf— Sporting News (@sportingnews) February 4, 2019The Rams failed to account for those two explosive offensive weapons throughout the game and it cost them in the end.Goff’s critical mistakeThe Rams were trailing 10-3 when they received the ball at their own 25 with 6:52 remaining on the clock. After not moving the ball for much of the night, they finally strung together a long drive and moved just outside of the red zone, giving themselves a chance to tie the score. Super Bowl 53: Three reasons why the Patriots won The Rams had a chance to come away with a win in the Super Bowl on Sunday. But, they came up just short in their 13-3 loss to the Patriots.New England and Los Angeles were tied at 3-3 through three quarters. But, New England scored a touchdown with seven minutes to play and the Rams failed to recover after making a critical mistake on the next possession. Tom Brady completed 21 of his 35 passes for 262 yards and an interception in the victory. He and coach Bill Belichick have now won six championships together.Here are three reasons why the Rams fell to New England: Related News Goff, however, made a critical mistake in one of the biggest moments. He made a terrible decision and lofted up a pass, intended for Brandin Cooks, which was easily picked off by New England defensive back Stephon Gilmore.Best corner in the league?Best corner in the league. @BumpNrunGilm0re | #EverythingWeGot pic.twitter.com/SmMhm2alny— New England Patriots (@Patriots) February 4, 2019The Rams never rebounded and New England went on to add a late field goal to secure the win.