SuperBowl Sunday

Carson Scamihorn, Staff Writer

After another crazy season of the NFL, this season might be one of the craziest of all time. Super Bowl LVI is under two weeks away and is being hosted at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. 

The very young Cinninati Bengals will host the tireless Los Angeles Rams on the Feb. 13 at 6:30PM ET. SoFi Stadium is the home of both the Chargers and Rams.

The Bengals defeated the Kansas City Chiefs by a field goal in a huge overtime upset on Jan. 30. Joe Burrow, the Bengals 2nd year Quarterback is very young but has proven himself time after time. Joe Burrow, if victorious, can be the first quarterback to win the NCAA National Championship and a Super Bowl. The craziest thing is he played in the National Championship only two years ago, in 2020. 

The Rams lead by Quarterback Matt Stafford and Defensive Tackle Aaron Donald just pulled away with the victory against the 49ers by also only winning by three points. The Rams started off the 4th quarter faced with a 10-point deficit against the 49ers and climbed back to just barely win. 

Super Bowl LVI will be very interesting to say the least. 

The LA Rams have a lot more experience in the playoffs and in the big lights, their last appearance in the Super Bowl being only in 2019. 

On the other hand, the Bengals are very young but they are very passionate and a force to reckon with. The Bengals last appearance in the Super Bowl was in 1989. The Bengals are definitely coming into this game being the underdog, but never doubt against  Joe ¨Shiesty.¨ 

We will see come the 13th if the last game will compare to the craziness the whole season gave us. See y’all on Sunday!