2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
13-3, 1st in NFC West
McVay recalls attending Rams' SB win for 14th birthday (1:16)
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16hDavid Purdum and Ben Fawkes

Biggest Super Bowl LIII bets

Over $158 million was wagered on Super Bowl LII, a total that will likely be eclipsed at sportsbooks across the U.S. for this year's game. Here are the biggest bets.

17h

Schefter Podcast: Epic Conference Championships, Browns' Kitchens

Before catching up with new Browns coach Freddie Kitchens (31:23), Adam Schefter talks to Field Yates about the pair of instant classics in the conference title games, potential rule changes as a result of the controversial finishes in those games and more (:42). Plus, Evan Kaplan takes a big-picture look at the Super Bowl LIII matchup (23:09).

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17hVaughn McClure

Beer, hot dog prices to stay low for Atlanta SB

Falcons president and CEO Rich McKay reiterated that Mercedes-Benz Stadium would have its "Fan First Menu Pricing'' for the 75,000 spectators expected to attend Super Bowl LIII.

Stephen A.: I blame the league office (2:02)
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19hDavid Newton

Panthers, Texans to play in London for 1st time

The Panthers and Texans will play in London for the first time as the NFL announced the four matchups to be held in England during the 2019 season.

Super Bowl XXXVI rewind: Pats edge Rams for first title (0:58)
Super Bowl LIII will be a battle of youth vs. experience (1:47)
Goff: 'It's a dream come true' to be in Super Bowl (1:05)
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1dLindsey Thiry

Gurley: I'm not injured, just played 'sorry' game

The Rams' star running back stood on the sideline with his helmet on throughout most of the NFC Championship Game and hardly appeared in action as backup C.J. Anderson rushed for 44 yards on 16 carries.

McVay 'not gonna complain' about missed call (0:26)
Robey-Coleman admits pass interference should have been called (0:45)
Clark breaks down controversial no-call (1:52)
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1dMike Triplett

Saints' Payton: Referee chief admitted blown call

Sean Payton said the NFL's head of officials told him the officials "blew the call" by not penalizing the Los Angeles Rams for pass interference late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's NFC Championship Game.

Rams earn Super Bowl berth with OT win (2:31)
Clark: Controversial play was 'clearly a pass interference' (1:05)
Referees miss pass interference call on late Saints drive (0:24)
Gurley gets emotional after NFC Championship Game win (1:15)
Johnson intercepts Brees in OT (0:26)
Zuerlein's 57-yard FG sends Rams to Super Bowl (0:30)

Team Stats

Passing Yards281.75th
Rushing Yards139.43rd
Points For32.92nd
Points Against24.020th