LA Rams Win the Super Bowl 23-20

An eventful Super Bowl on Feb. 13 came down to the last play and kept us entertained the entire game.  

The 2022 Super Bowl matchup of the Los Angeles Rams versus the Cincinnati Bengals ended up in a 23-20 win by the Rams. Even though it was an unexpected game because the Rams were a 3 seed and the Bengals were a 4 seed, it turned out to be an instant classic with star wide receiver Cooper Kupp winning Super Bowl MVP. The tight game came down to the last drive where defensive tackle Aaron Donald came in clutch with pressure and was almost sacked to end the game.

Throughout the entire game, stars shined in Los Angeles with Cincinnati wide receiver Jamaar Chase racing for a long touchdown and Cincinnati running back Joe Mixon adding another touchdown of his own. 

After a low scoring and defensive first half, the Bengals came out quick in the second half with a 70-yard touchdown from quarterback Joe Burrow to wide receiver Tee Higgins. They continued their hot third quarter putting up 10 points, the most by a team out of any quarter of the game. 

Late in the fourth quarter, after some questionable calls, Rams’ quarterback Matthew Stafford found wide receiver Cooper Kupp in the endzone for a touchdown to take the lead with little time left. The Bengals had the ball with a chance to win the game, but did nothing with the ball and ended up losing the game.