Legendary quarterback Peyton Manning previews the Super Bowl LIII quarterback matchup by breaking down the Conference Championship performances of Tom Brady (New England Patriots) and Jared Goff (Los Angeles Rams) in two new episodes of the NFL edition of Detail, the groundbreaking, sports analysis program available exclusively on ESPN+.
Goff, who threw for nearly 4,700 yards and 32 touchdowns in the regular season, led the Rams to a 26-23 win over the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Championship Game. In his third season in the NFL, Goff will make his first appearance in the Super Bowl. Meanwhile, Brady led the Patriots to a 37-31 overtime win versus the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game and will make his ninth trip to the Super Bowl as New England attempts to win a record-tying sixth Lombardi Trophy.
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- Manning breaks down Goff’s performance in overtime of the NFC Championship Game and shows how Goff communicates at the line of scrimmage.
- Manning reviews how Brady orchestrated the Patriots’ offense in the fourth quarter and their winning drive in overtime of the AFC Championship Game.
On Sunday, ESPN’s Postseason NFL Countdown profiled both Super Bowl LIII quarterbacks. Reporter Jeff Darlington interviewed the Patriots’ Tom Brady, while analyst Matt Hasselbeck had a one-on-one conversation with the Rams’ Jared Goff.
During the NFL regular season, ESPN+ debuted the eight-episode Detail series featuring Manning, who worked in collaboration with NFL Films and Kobe Bryant’s Granity Studios to host, write and share his insights on the football-themed Detail. The two-time Super Bowl champion analyzed game performances of the following quarterbacks: Josh Rosen (Arizona), Matthew Stafford (Detroit), Baker Mayfield (Cleveland), Patrick Mahomes (Kansas City), Eli Manning (N.Y. Giants), Deshaun Watson (Texans), Andrew Luck (Colts) and Philip Rivers (Los Angeles Chargers).
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