Published: Thu, January 31, 2019
Sports | By Phillip Butler

Charlie Weis Says the Patriots Will Stomp the Rams

Charlie Weis Says the Patriots Will Stomp the Rams

Cook, who works at the L.A. Memorial Stadium, always keeps the facility "in tip top shape" for the footballers.

Garcia is overwhelmed. Fighting back tears, he says that he has always wanted to go to the Super Bowl since he was a little boy - and now, he will be able to bring his own son to the game as well.

So as a means of showing some love to their beloved colleague, the Rams made a decision to surprise him with two tickets to the upcoming Super Bowl game against the New England Patriots.

Probably not the wisest thing to do when considering the Rams and Patriots are set to play in Super Bowl LIII this Sunday.

WR Robert Woods detailed how fellow receiver Brandin Cooks flew out the team's custodian Alfonso Garcia and his son to Atlanta for the SB.

"Oh, man, Alfonso - the guy is special, man", said Cooks.

Be sure to watch the Super Bowl this coming Sunday to see who wins.

Along with Woods, Jared Goff and Todd Gurley, Cooks was an integral part of the Rams' offense this season, which was ranked second in the National Football League in terms of points scored and yards gained per game.

"It's definitely dope and I'm still just taking it all in", he said. "That's the type of teammate he is, and a leader".

He was traded to the Rams in the offseason for a first-round pick, with fourth- and sixth-rounders also getting swapped in the deal, marking the second straight year that had happened, after the Patriots acquired him from the Saints in 2017 for a first-round pick.

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