Super Bowl 53 – Game Stats
Tom Brady played college football at Michigan
Early in the game, Stephen Gostkowski missed a 46-yard field goal on 4th & 6.
The 46th Prime number is 199
Brady was drafted #199
Brady had 262 yards passing:
He took one sack, giving the Patriots 253 team passing yards.
Opposing quarterback Jared Goff was 253 days before his birthday:
Jared Thomas Goff shares gematria with fifty-three
In Extended gematria, fifty-three sums to 1229
Jared Goff had 229 yards passing. Because of 4 sacks, the Rams finished with 198 yards of team passing:
The 229th verse of Revelation reveals the number of the Beast
Todd Gurley finished the game with 35 yards rushing, averaging 3.5 yards per carry:
Todd Gurley was the only offensive player on either team to share an August 3rd birthday with Tom Brady, who was born on a date with a life lesson number of 35
Notice how Gurley’s longest run was 16 yards. The 16th Prime number is 53, the inverse of 35.
The leading rusher for the Patriots was Sony Michel, who had ninety-four yards:
The leading receiver for Los Angeles in Super Bowl 53 was Brandin Cooks, who happened to play for New England in last year’s Super Bowl.
Cooks was 131 days after his birthday:
The Super Bowl was played in Atlanta, Georgia
He finished with 8 catches for 120 yards (15 yards per catch)
The 69th Prime number is 347
3×47 is 141
Julian Edelman had 141 yards (14.1 yards per catch)
Brady was born on 8/3
83 is the 23rd Prime number
The game was played on 2/3
The final score was 13-3
Speaking of 83…Stephen Gostkowski made two field goals of 41 and 42 yards each, totaling 83.
As for his long of 42, the 42nd Prime number is 181
LIII, of course, represents 53. Greg Zuerlein’s only made field goal was 53 yards out:
Remember, the only touchdown of the game was scored exactly 53 minutes into the game, and it gave Running Back Sony Michel 53 rushing yards.
Ryan Allen ended with 215 punting yards:
Before the game, Bobby mentioned why 215 was significant to Tom Brady:
Also notice how Allen’s longest punt was 53 yards…Super Bowl 53…
Johnny Hekker of the Rams, who stands 6’5″, broke a Super Bowl record with a 65-yard punt.
If you watch the broadcast, you’ll hear Jim Nantz mention Philadelphia right before the play.