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The Rams win the Super Bowl – NFL – Playon99 News



The Los Angeles Rams conquered the NFL Super Bowl in a dramatic definition. A Kupp touchdown with 1.35 seconds left allowed them to turn the score around against the Cincinnati Bengals and win 23-20 – Playon99 News

By Facundo Di Bona (@facudibona).

When an All-In is made in poker, the player does so know that there is no margin for error. If he goes well, he touches the glory. If he goes wrong, it’s over what was given.

It’s what the Los Angeles Rams did in the NFL: They bet everything they had to win a Super Bowl in short order, and they’ve done well.

The Angelenos are league champions after beating the Cincinnati Bengals in the final for the title by 23-20 in a tight and exciting ending, favored by the rocky defense of the Rams and an outstanding Cooper Kupp, chosen MVP of the game.

With a mortgaged future, this was the Rams’ golden opportunity. They had been making it clear for some time that they wanted to win the Super Bowl as soon as possible.

To do this, they began to bring together several of the stars of the league: Jalen Ramsey, Von Miller, Matthew Stafford, Odell Beckham Jr arrived, and kept others like Aaron Donald or Cooper Kupp.

In the transfers they had to sacrifice many draft picks: from 2017 to 2024, the Rams do not have any first-round picks.

In fact, in the next Draft they only have one choice in the first four rounds. With the future being uncertain, only victory was worth so that all movements make sense.

Aware of this, the Rams went to the Super Bowl for all. With more than 100,000 spectators in the stands, the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles was the venue for the final. It is the usual home of the Rams, although in the game they were visitors.

In fact, it is only the second time in history that a team has played the Super Bowl in its stadium and in both cases that field factor was asserted.

The meeting started hard to crack, with both teams taking measures. The first blow was dealt by Los Angeles, with a great touchdown pass from Stafford to Odell Beckham Jr.

Burrow and his Bengals soon took their nerves away with a great drive, although they had to settle for three points against the solid Los Angeles defense, but the Rams were superior in the initial stretch and confirmed it with the second touchdown of the night: this time with another good pass from Stafford to Cooper Kupp, faithful to his appointment with the points.

The game had an ugly color for the Bengals, but their creativity paid off. On a trick play, Burrow handed the ball to Mixon on what looked like a running play, but the running back surprised by throwing a touchdown pass to Tee Higgins.

The Bengals were back in the game and there was terrible news for the Rams: on a simple reception, Odell Beckham Jr. landed his knee wrong, leaving the receiver out of it for the rest of the game.

From there, Rams’ attack was never the same. Stafford was picked off as he was looking for his third touchdown in the first half. Only the discreet offensive performance of the Bengals, marked by the great isolation to which Chase was subjected, allowed the Rams to go into the break with a 13-10 lead.

It was turn for the performance of Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar and Eminem, in a great tribute to West Coast hip-hop.

Cincinnati had shown in these playoffs that their halftime adjustments had an effect. On the first play back from the locker room, Burrow connected with Higgins, who blasted past Jalen Ramsey for a 75-yard touchdown, the second for the receiver in this Super Bowl.

His team was taking the lead for the first time in the game and the Rams’ nervousness increased when, on the next play, Stafford was intercepted for the second time.

Until then, Cincinnati’s offensive line was holding, something that was not expected, but it was at this moment that the forecasts were fulfilled and Donald, Miller and company began to massacre Burrow.

The young quarterback received up to seven sacks, equaling the all-time record in a Super Bowl. As the two teams traded field goals, Burrow took another hit that left him limping after grabbing his knee.

On their next drive, the Bengals protected their quarterback by using only running plays, which didn’t work. The Rams had a new opportunity, surely the last of the game, and the connection that they had been wearing all season appeared.

In the absence of Odell Beckham, Stafford fully trusted Kupp and the receiver, named Offensive Player of the Year, did not fail.

He got key first downs and received the touchdown that put the team three points ahead of him and ultimately handed the historic victory to his franchise.

The Cincinnati offense had the last word, but again Burrow did not have enough time from his offensive line and the Rams defense, a great emblem of this team, certified the final victory by 23-20.

This ring means a lot to the Rams roster: Stafford, after 13 seasons in the league and in his first year out of the disaster that is the Detroit Lions, showed he always had what it takes to win if surrounded properly.

Odell Beckham Jr. finally gets his first ring, despite not being able to play the entire game, leaving behind the bad experience at the Cleveland Browns in which it was said that he would never be the same.

Cooper Kupp is already on the list of best receivers in the league and with this year he has silenced all those who doubted him because of his physicality. With his two touchdowns tonight, he was voted Super Bowl MVP.

Jalen Ramsey, one of the NFL’s bad boys, showed that he is capable of stopping any receiver in its tracks.

Second ring in his career for Von Miller, who came out of Denver looking for precisely this and first ring in his career for Aaron Donald, one of the best players in the entire NFL, regardless of position.

Also, very special for two veterans: Eric Weddle, 37, retired in 2019 after 13 years in the NFL, but the defender got the bug again and decided to play again in these Playoffs to get the ring he had never achieved and curious is Andrew Whitworth, a 40-year-old offensive lineman who spent his first 10 seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, a team he has now deprived of a Super Bowl.

With this victory, Whitworth ends a sensational career and one cannot forget what it means for Sean McVay, who at 36 years of age becomes the youngest coach to win a Super Bowl.

A Super Bowl no less important for the city of Los Angeles, which for the first time sees its Rams lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

The only title the team had had been achieved when it was located in St. Louis, while in Los Angeles they had seen their team lose three finals.

The city had only seen one of their teams win the Super Bowl once, when the Raiders did it in 1983. The drought is over, there are already two rings for the Rams, in a very special title for many proper names and for an entire city.

The All-In play has gone well for the Angelenos, who have undoubtedly won the jackpot.



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