Despite struggling at the start, Los Angeles quarterback Jared Goff delivered a comeback against the New Orleans Saints and punched his ticket to the Super Bowl. The finale of the NFC Championship was tarnished by the New Orleans Saints having their Super Bowl opportunity be taken away by the Rams because of multiple missed calls.

Despite the bad officiating, Jared Goff deserves some legitimate credit for how he performed during the final few drives of the game. The Washington Post reported Goff's final stand wasn't as good as he would like, throwing 25-40 for 297 yards, a touchdown, and an interception.

The Los Angeles Rams offense struggled at the start, in part due to the loud Saints home crowd. It was so loud Goff and Rams head coach Sean McVay had a hard time communicating the play.

Jared Goff and team started to improve as the first half winded down

The Rams started to turn a corner in the first half when Goff found Brandin Cooks near the end of the half, leading to a Todd Gurley touchdown. Goff started to improve in the clutch, especially in the fourth quarter while trailing 17-20, connecting with Tyler Higbee for a touchdown.

Goff showed leadership and composure heading into overtime, managing to keep the offense calm, leading them into field goal range.

While not being able to throw a touchdown in either drive, Jared got the job done and made the necessary throws when it mattered most.

Jared Goff still not being considered a star because of his rookie season

Despite his win, Jared Goff may not receive the national attention for how he ended Sunday's championship game. Many in the media still believe that Goff has not lived up to the expectations of a No.

1 overall pick, after a horrific rookie season.

Jared Goff appears to be improving over the past few seasons under Sean McVay and is one of the main reasons the LA Rams are heading to Atlanta to play in the Super Bowl.

Ironically this is the second time, the Rams have played a Super Bowl in Atlanta. The Rams last played in Atlanta in 2000, when they managed to stop the Tennessee Titans at the 1-yard line and secured a Super Bowl victory.

Super Bowl LIII is now a showdown between a young up and coming quarterback and a future Hall of Fame quarterback in Tom Brady. Some believe this is Brady's last run at a Super Bowl and he could hang it up at the end of the season. However, he appears to be the quarterback who loves the game and can't simply walk away. We will see what decision he makes in the offseason.