L.A. Rams Win Super Bowl Championship In Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Rams are the Super Bowl Champions, bringing L.A. their first title since 1951. With everything stacked in their favor, the Rams looked like they weren’t going to pull out the win in the fourth quarter. From a game ending injury for Odell Beckham Jr., to a running game that was almost non existent, the Rams had to pull out all the stops in the remaining few minutes of the game.

It Came Down To The Last Two Minutes

With less than two minutes left in the game, and with only one wide receiver getting the job done, Matthew Stafford found Cooper Kupp in the end zone to clinch the game. From there, Aaron Donald made sure that Bengals Quarterback Joe Burrow could not raise an attack to send the game to overtime. Donald succeeded and the Los Angeles Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23 – 20.

 

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After such an incredible fourth quarter, Cooper Kupp was named Super Bowl MVP.

 

Featured image via L.A. Times.