Previous 3 Super Bowl Winners

There is no other sporting event as exciting as the Super Bowl which is the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL). People from around the world engage in online Superbowl betting to fully experience the thrill and excitement of this competition. 

1- New England Patriots (Super Bowl LIII)

New England Patriots won their sixth Super Bowl by defeating Los Angeles Rams 13-3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. It was the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in history but the Patriots' fans were ecstatic and not complaining at all about the manner of their victory. Star player Tom Brady won a record 6th Super Bowl with this win.

Both the teams were 3-3 entering the fourth quarter, but then the Patriots scored 10 unanswered and took the game away from the Rams. Julain Edelman, the Patriots' wide receiver, won the Super Bowl MVP for exceptional performance.

2- Philadelphia Eagles (Super Bowl LII)

If the Super Bowl LIII saw a low scoring game, then the previous edition was a thrillingly high-scoring game between New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles. Both teams competed well, but the Eagles prevailed to end their 57-year championship drought.

Nick Foles, who took over quarterback duties after the injury of Carson Wentz, gave an exceptional performance. He outdueled the legendary Tom Brady and later deservedly won the Most Valuable Player of the game. It was played at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis and the Eagles won the game by 41-33.

3- New England Patriots (Super Bowl LI)

In Super Bowl Ll, the New England Patriots squared off with the Atlanta Falcons at the NRG Stadium in Houston. The Falcons were trying to win their first Super Bowl title while the Patriots were aiming to win their fifth title. It became the first Super Bowl that was decided in overtime.

Atlanta Falcons made a brilliant start and took a lead of 21-3 till the halftime. They further increased their lead to 28-3 during the third quarter and made it look that victory was close at hand. That's when the Patriots burst into life and scored 25 unanswered points to tie the game. The New England Patriots named this thrilling encounter with a 2-yard touchdown in overtime.

By the end of this match, the Patriots had tumbled many records. Tom Brady was named the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player for a record fourth time. Many hailed this match as the greatest Super Bowl of all time.