By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to the USA Today, Los Angeles Rams tackle Andrew Whitworth put life into perspective following the Super Bowl LIII loss. The Rams were defeated by the New England Patriots at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Rams — according to head coach Sean McVay — were outcoached in the game. It looked like the game was too much for the young team.
The Patriots, as a result of the win, won their sixth Super Bowl in the last 18 years. Tom Brady, along with head coach Bill Belichick, are the only two mainstays of the entire six championships.
“I don’t give a crap if you have a Hall of Fame bust, if you’re a Pro Bowler, or win 20 Super Bowls, at the end of the day, you’re all gonna die,” Whitworth said after the loss. “The way you carry yourself … is the only thing that’s going to matter. That’s what people are going to remember about you.
“For me, what means the most is guys seeing me hold my head up high, being confident in them and loving them.”
Whitworth — who was playing in his first Super Bowl appearance — may never got to play on this stage again in his career. The 37-year-old Monroe, Louisiana native will have to decide if he wants to continue to play this off-season.
He has one more season left on his contract for the 2019 season before becoming a free agent in the 2020 off-season.
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