- Super Bowl LIII entered the 4th quarter with a 3 – 3 score
- The lowest scoring Super Bowl ever was Super Bowl VII when the Miami Dolphins beat the Washington Redskins 14-7
- At the time of this article the score was 10 – 3 with 4 minutes left in the game
UPDATE: Super Bowl LIII is the lowest scoring Super Bowl ever. The patriots beat the Rams with a 13 – 3 victory. The final score is 5 points less than Super Bowl VII, which held the title for lowest scoring game with a 14 – 7 victory for the Dolphins over the Redskins.
Super Bowl fans have been taking to social media to complain about the game, the commercials, the halftime show, and basically everything related to Super Bowl LIII. However, disappointed sports fans may be watching history as the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams push to become the lowest scoring Super Bowl game in history.
Up to this point, Super Bowl VII has held the title of lowest score in Super Bowl history. At Super Bowl VII, the Miami Dolphins defeated the Washington Redskins with a final score of 14-7. It was the second Super Bowl for the Dolphins following a perfect undefeated season. The Dolphins are still the only team to hold a perfect undefeated season.
The Patriots and the Rams entered the 4th quarter with a 3 to 3 tie, 15 points lower than Super Bowl VII. With about seven minutes left, the Patriots brought the score up to 10 – 3, still 8 points lower than the record of 21 points.