Tom Brady throws interception on first pass in Super Bowl

Rob Bradford
February 03, 2019 - 6:46 pm

The Patriots' first drive of the Super Bowl looked promising until Tom Brady threw a pass.

Getting the ball first to start the game, thanks to the Rams' decision to defer, Brady and his offense got down to the Los Angeles 37-yard line on three runs by Sony Michel and one from Cordarrelle Patterson. But on Brady's first pass attempt the Pats' quarterback threw into tight coverage while looking for Chris Hogan.

Hogan managed to tip the ball, but it ultimately fell to Rams linebacker Cory Littleton for the interception. 

The Patriots managed to force the Rams' offense off the field on a three-and-out following the turnover.