Los Angeles Rams’ head coach Sean McVay had a rough go at it in his first appearance at the Super Bowl, as his team fell to the New England Patriots, 13-3, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.
The game was a rough one, especially for McVay and his offense, which struggled to do anything of substance against the Patriots’ defense.
Losing to Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the Patriots is nothing to be ashamed about, of course, but McVay is still disappointed with the outcome.
The Rams’ head coach had a brutally honest quote while speaking to reporters after the game.
“I’m pretty numb right now. I definitely got out-coached,” McVay said.
“I’m pretty numb right now. I definitely got out-coached.” – Sean McVay
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 4, 2019
McVay, 33, and the Los Angeles Rams will have plenty of chances to get back to the Super Bowl, but this loss is going to sting for a while.
The Patriots, meanwhile, are going to be partying for a while. New England has won its sixth Super Bowl championship, which is tied for the most in NFL history, along with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The start of the NFL’s 2019 regular season can’t get here quick enough for everyone not named the Patriots.