A Baltimore Ravens fan’s guide to Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs. Patriots
Super Bowl LIII is almost here and the New England Patriots are about to take on the Los Angeles Rams. This is a Baltimore Ravens fan’s guide to Super Bowl LIII.
The Baltimore Ravens aren’t in the Super Bowl, but one of their most notable rivals is. The New England Patriots may not be public enemy number one (That’s the Pittsburgh Steelers) however they are almost universally disliked among the Ravens Flock. Having a team to root for always makes the game more fun. While the Ravens may not have a strong connection to the Los Rams one way or another, rooting for them is is going to be the easiest play for most Ravens fans to call.
I did however hear former Ebony Bird standout, Jake McDonnell offer a different perspective on this game on 105.7 the fan. In talking with Terry Ford last night, McDonnell suggested that Ravens fans should root for the Patriots. His reasoning was that the Steelers wouldn’t be the only team with six Super Bowl wins and that the Patriots won theirs in a much more efficient amount of time. It’s a fair point. You don’t have to root for the Rams, but if you don’t this would be the best reason. \
What’s on your game day plate?
Whether you’re having a Super Bowl party or just chilling with your family, the Super Bowl is a good excuse to indulge in food. There are a lot of right answers here. One year my family had crab nachos. Brats are always acceptable as are any kind of Italian sausage. This year it helps to have an awesome Mom. My awesome Mom is making “Crack Dip” which involves a bunch of cheese, bacon and ranch dressing mix. For dinner, it’s cheese steaks and chips. I’m not about to tell you what to do- you do you. Just make sure you get your grub on, because it is part of the Super Bowl. Now that we know who we’re rooting for and what we’re feasting on we can get into what to look for.