Los Angeles Rams beat Cincinnati Bengals in 2022 Super Bowl LVI
Posted on 14 February 2022 by "T".
The Los Angeles Rams scored a late touchdown to beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 in this year's Super Bowl LVI.
The Bengals were looking to win their very first Super Bowl, just two years after being the NFL's worst team. However, the Rams' star-studded lineup delivered when it mattered most, with quarterback Matthew Stafford leading a game-winning 15-play drive.
With only 1:25 left, Cooper Kupp scored his second touchdown of the game to give the Rams their second NFL title.
Aside from the Offensive Player of the Year award he won last week, Cooper Kupp was named the game's Most Valuable Player.
Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show The Super Bowl LVI halftime show brought in big expectations thanks to an impressive promotional ad aired last month featuring a star-studded lineup of Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar.
It seems like it is safe to say that those expectations were met, plus more. All five stars and more surprise guests played their iconic hits as they made their way through a complex set, with surprise guests 50 Cent and Anderson .Paak.
Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg kicked off the music show by performing "Next Episode" together, before Dre brought in "California Love" in honor of the late Tupac. 50 Cent then surprised fans with a rendition of "In Da Club", before Mary J. Blige sang her hits "Family Affair" and "No More Drama".
Kendrick Lamar performed "Alright", then Eminem followed as he appeared onstage with Anderson .Paak behind him on drums to sing "Lose Yourself", with Slim Shady also taking a knee during his set.
To wrap it up, Snoop Dogg went up again with Dre for "Still D.R.E." The hip-hop dream team finished their 14-minute long performance by all standing on stage together.
2022 Super Bowl LVI - After the Game
Rams coach Sean McVay after Super Bowl 2022 win: "Let me get a beer"
Whether for stress relief or celebration - or both - Sean McVay was in urgent need of a beer just a few moments after Super Bowl 2022.
The 36-year-old coach claimed his very first Lombardi Trophy after leading the Rams to a 23-20 victory against the Bengals on Sunday night, needing a touchdown with 1:25 remaining in the fourth quarter to secure the win.
McVay said as he joined NFL Network's postgame show, "Let me get a beer!"
Eric Weddle needs surgery after unretiring for Super Bowl ring
Eric Weddle's final season was with the Rams back in 2019. He was happily retired, but after the regular season ended, Rams defensive coordinator Raheem Morris asked him if he could join them for their playoff run. The 37-year-old accepted the offer, and now he has his very first Super Bowl ring! He somewhat tear his pectoral and said he will need surgery. "Well worth it though", he said in his postgame press conference, as he goes back into retirement now a champion.
Andrew Whitworth finally catches elusive Super Bowl ring after 16 seasons
Two weeks have passed since he inherited the title of "oldest player in the NFL" from Tom Brady, but then Andrew Whitworth finally got a small taste of what it's like to be Brady. The biggest football championship in the US ended with the 40-year-old left tackle taking home his first-ever championship and a likely retirement gift.
Hollywood sign to be momentarily transformed into "Rams House"
To mark the Rams' Super Bowl 2022 win, the iconic Hollywood sign will get a temporary makeover. The temporary installation will see the Hollywood sign become "Rams House", which will be up Monday through Wednesday.
we have new champion!we all know that this is biggest sport event in usa,how expensive is just one second on tv,how big show they make in half time and everything arround super bowl!so its more about other things then about game!
This time I didn't get to watch any of the Super Bowl. I only followed the result through an app on the cell phone. In my country it is not given much attention, but it is still a great show. The advertising there is expensive! Many brands release their first commercials of the year at this event. If I'm not mistaken, about 30 seconds cost around 5 million dollars. And the funniest thing is that most Americans watch the superbowl for the ads than for the NFL game.
I don't know who the favorite was, but I thought it was good that the Rams were able to win their first Super Bowl. It's also interesting and cool that his coach is so young and has already won one of those rings. The same with respect to the other players, the one who came back from retirement and the 40-year-old! Those things give an extra seasoning to this type of show.
Yesterday I continued reading some interesting things. And one of those was Odell Beckam Jr. wearing $200,000 shoes to warm up! He was encrusted with diamonds; I don't remember the amount but it was almost 2000 if I'm not mistaken. It seems that the sport has become something else, because I don't see the need for this kind of thing.
Posted by dule-vu: This stadium worth 6 billion dollars!
Wow I really didn't know that, but if there is so much money invested I suppose there must also be the possibility of making a lot more money. It is known that the USA has a large public, for all kinds of sports, and this superbowl attracts almost half of the USA (regardless of whether they watch it for the NFL game or the halftime show), but more people join every day to watch it from all over the world. an excellent business
It's always a spectacle to see these great teams go head to head and have the players cheered on by their fans, the spectators have been excited, and the winner is the Los Angeles Rams, a legitimate winner and a very good team.