The St. Louis Rams are 14-point favorites for Sunday’s Super Bowl in New Orleans against the New England Patriots, even though when the two teams met during the regular season the Rams won by just seven, 24-17. The Rams will begin implementing their gameplan for Sunday today at practice. The Patriots are expected to announce after practice who will start at quarterback in Super Bowl 36, Tom Brady or Drew bledsoe. Brady started most of the season but suffered an ankle injury against Pittsburgh in the AFC Title game. Bledsoe replaced him and led the Pats to the win.