The Rams emerged triumphant 20-23 in the most awaited SuperBowl LVI against the Cincinnati Bengals
Matthew Stafford linked with Cooper Kupp a 79-yard touchdown pass, which decided the tide of the SuperBowl LVI game while 1:25 left. The Rams were already in control of the game, while a series of penalties paved the way for the Rams victory.
The Super Bowl also witnessed a once in a lifetime ‘Halftime Show‘ featuring, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre. The Rams’ win in SoFi Stadium was their first NFL title since the 1999 season, and first representing Los Angeles since 1951.
Matthew Stafford achieved his first Super Bowl ring and finished with 283 passing yards, three touchdown passes and 2 two interceptions.
“That’s hard work, that’s hours together,” Stafford said. “I just thank coach (Sean McVay) for putting it … ‘Hey, Matthew, you and Coop go get this thing done.’ He kept calling plays for him, kept finding ways to get him the ball. He made unbelievable plays; that’s what he does.”
The match witnessed a strong offence led by Aaron Donald and Von Miller giving a hard time to the Cincinnati blockers. “You got to be relentless,” said Donald, “You want something bad enough you’ve got to go get it. You know it was right in front of us, all offseason you work, you train, you got camp, you got a long season just for this one game. You know we are the last team standing.”
Cooper Kupp The SuperBowl LVI MVP
After his brilliant performance in the Super Bowl LVI, Cooper Kupp finished with eight receptions for 92 yards with two touchdowns. Kupp is among the best of wide receivers in the NFL and earned his name for the Super Bowl LVI MVP.
“I’ve said it all year, whatever is asked of me whatever my job is gonna be, I just want to execute to the best of my abilities,” said Kupp, “I trust as the game goes on I’ll have opportunities as well, and I just want to stay ready for those things stay locked in.”
Just a few days ago, Kupp came away with the NFL Offensive Player of the Year at the NFL Honors after one of the greatest seasons for a wide receiver in league history. The Super Bowl LVI win made Cooper Kupp the 8th Wide-Receiver to receive a Super Bowl MVP since 1976.