We are finally at the Super Bowl. It is bittersweet we have an exciting match, but our NFL season is coming to a close. We correctly predicted the Super Bowl match-up a few weeks ago. Let us see if we can predict the winner as well.
Meet The Bengals
The Cincinnati Bengals were down 21-3 to the Chiefs, and it looked like all hope was lost. Their defense shut down the most prolific offense in the NFL in the second half and overtime, only allowing 3 points. Once the Chiefs got the ball to open overtime, everyone thought Patrick Mahomes would end the game like he did the week before against the Bills, but it didn’t.
The Bengals went on the road and knocked off the #1 seed Titans and then the Kansas City Cheifs, who were in their 4th straight AFC championship game. This team has a lot of confidence right now, and they know they belong here.
The King 👑 pic.twitter.com/pBaE9grOlk
— Future MVP Joe Burrow (@FauxJeaux) February 8, 2022
Meet The Rams
Los Angeles had to beat their division rivals, the San Francisco 49ers, to get to the Super Bowl. A team that not only swept them this year but had beat them an astounding six times in a row. The Rams got lucky with a dropped interception by the 49er’s defense, but everyone needs a little luck.
This year, the Rams went all in, acquiring Matthew Stafford, Von Miller, and Odell Beckham Jr to try and get the Super Bowl. To this point, it has worked as they are playing at home in the Super Bowl. Matthew Stafford has had a few hiccups but has been very impressive in the playoffs proving why the Rams traded so much to get him.
We’d be here all day if we showed every highlight from QB1.
RT to wish Matthew Stafford a happy birthday! pic.twitter.com/hwYrJ31m09
— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) February 7, 2022