Super Bowl: Cincinnati Bengals, Los Angeles compete for the NFL’s Big Game

The Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams prepare to fight in Super Bowl LVI next month after the Rams won a tough 20-17 Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers to claim the NFC championship.

The NFL’s big game, which will air February 13 on NBC, was previously scheduled to be played at the Rams’ home ground, SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. Sunday’s win puts the Rams’ on the team’s second trip to the Super Bowl since January 2019, when they lost 13-3 to the New England Patriots.

Earlier on Sunday, the Bengal team scored a near-miracle win over the Kansas City Captains in the NFL’s AFC Championship game, sending the team into the Super Bowl for the first time since the late 1960s. 1980s.

The Bengals-Rams game offers a big introduction to two rising but underpowered NFL teams. The geographical distance between the Bengals and the Rams is also a plus. The Bengals are an old Midwestern football scene that had better days until recently. The Rams are a team with deep roots in Los Angeles even though they took the detour to St. Louis from 1994-2015.

Winning the Super Bowl for the Rams in its second attempt in three years would go a long way toward solidifying the team as Hollywood’s NFL franchise. Currently, the Rams share a SoFi Stadium residence with their NFL rivals, the Los Angeles Chargers. The only Los Angeles NFL franchise to ever win the NFL’s top prize was the Los Angeles Raiders in January 1984, when they easily beat Washington 38-9.

The Bengals scored a 27-24 overtime victory over Kansas City at the Chiefs’ home ground. The Captains, a team that has made consecutive trips to the Super Bowl for the past two years, have been heavily favored to make it to the peat three this year.

The Bengals’ final trip to the NFL’s championship game came in January 1989 when the team lost 20-16 to San Francisco. The Bengals also lost to San Francisco 26-21 in the team’s only Super Bowl appearance, in January 1989.

Sunday’s AFC Championship was a duel of young quarterbacks, as the Captain’s hot striker Patrick Mahomes recorded another banner season. But the Bengals’ QB Joe Burrow has been on the NFL’s best-watch list for the past few years.

The captain in the Mahomes era won Super Bowl 31-20 against San Francisco in 2020. The team lost 31-9 last year to victorious Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Sunday’s Bengals-Chiefs battle was hailed by CBS Sports broadcaster Tony Romo as “the biggest comeback in championship game history” due to how high expectations were for Kansas City.

The captain took an early lead but the Bengals elevated the film by tying it up, 21 to 21, in the final seconds of the third inning.

Cincinnati took a 24 lead with less than six minutes to go into the fourth quarter. Kansas City finished at the last second. The match lasted 15 minutes of injury time until the Bengals scored after about five minutes of play.

The player is sure to bring great ratings to CBS. The network used the AFC Championship gaming platform to promote the upcoming release of its long-awaited “Top Gun” sequel, “Top Gun: Maverick.” CBS and Paramount Pictures, its sister studio under the auspices of ViacomCBS, spent a two-minute clip featuring star Tom Cruise promoting the Bengals-Chiefs Championhp game and the film, slated for release in May after two COVID-driven delays since 2020.

More to come

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