Here's what Julian Edelman said to Gronk on game-winning drive
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It was all defense, all day, in the low-scoring, hard-fought Super Bowl LIII.
But someone had to eventually win it.
The game’s only touchdown came midway through the fourth quarter to give the New England Patriots a 10-3 lead on the Los Angeles Rams. This all-important score was set up by two huge catches by the big man, Rob Gronkowski. He hauled in an 18-yarder to begin the drive and capped it off with a 29-yard catch and run to set New England up at the Rams’ 2-yard line, before Sony Michel hammered it in the endzone on the very next play.