Los Angeles Rams Win 2022 Super Bowl

Mary-Stella Mangina, Sports Editor

On Sunday, February 13, the Super Bowl LVI was held at SoFi stadium, in Inglewood, California, a facility that was unveiled by the state just two years ago. The game ended with the Cincinnati Bengals being defeated by the Los Angeles Rams, cementing the latter as champions of the National Football League’s 2021 season.

Setting it apart from previous years, this year’s Super Bowl accepted no bids in its host-selection procedure. Markedly, it signified only the second time to showcase a team competing in its home stadium. What is more, the big match heralded the Rams’s first Super Bowl win since 1999.

It was a close game, with the Rams taking the lead at its commencement but struggling to remain on top as they were continually checked by the Bengals’ defensive players. For the span of it, the score hardly deviated from the confines of a one-possession margin. Its victors won 23-to-20.

In the context of his having come out of the game with eight receptions, 92 yards and two touchdowns under his belt, Cooper Kupp, a wide receiver, was dubbed Most Valuable Player of the 2022 Super Bowl.