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The Rams Won the Super Bowl!

todayFebruary 15, 2022 8

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The Rams Won the Super Bowl!

By Hannah Dunbar

 

Americans surrounded their TV at home to watch the Super Bowl 56 yesterday on Sunday Feb. 13, rooting for their favorite teams and placing bets on who would win. It was The Los Angeles Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 The game was very close and intense, causing people to anxiously bite their nails. Nobody was sure who was going to win, but in an unexpected turn of events- the Rams took the trophy.

 

The Bengals had a strong start to the second half and took the lead on the first offensive play after the break.

 

Rams receiver Odell Beckham Jr. injured his leg during the game in the second quarter and did not return. He was able to return to the sidelines to at least watch and encourage his fellow teammates.

 

Beckham was running toward the right side of the field on a crossing route, but it appeared as though his left foot got caught in the turf. He dropped a pass thrown by quarterback Matthew Stafford and clutched his left leg as he fell to the turf.

 

The Rams offense struggled after losing Beckham, who scored the first touchdown of the game when he beat Mike Hilton.

 

Matthew Stafford drilled one to Cooper Kupp for 22 yards. A holding penalty on Bengals linebacker Logan Wilson gave the Rams a first down at the 4-yard line. The Bengals could not recover from this- they managed to reach the midfield but got no further than that. In the 39 seconds remaining, Aaron Donald hit Joe Burrow and forced an incomplete pass to seal the game.

 

Stafford and Kupp both embraced after the game. Confetti of blue and yellow rained down across the entire stadium as the fans of the Rams cheered.

 

Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay hoists the Lombardi Trophy after the defeat of the Bengals. McVay can be seen embracing and kissing his wife after receiving the trophy. At the age of 36, McVay is one of the youngest coaches to ever win a Super Bowl!

 

The Rams will be celebrating their win with a victory parade this Wednesday in Los Angeles, CA. It will begin at the Shrine Auditorium then conclude with a rally outside the Coliseum at the Peristyle, which is where the Rams played from 2016-2019. It has not been determined what time the parade will happen as of right now.

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