Los Angeles avoided a historic sweep against San Francisco and will determine the NFL champion in their home stadium against Cincinnati
the Super Bowl LVI is set.
This Sunday night Los Angeles rams They beat up at home San Francisco 49ers in a NFC Championship Game to stamp your ticket Energy Which will be held at their stadium next Sunday, February 13th against Cincinnati Bengals.
The road was not easy, since rams They fell 17-7 in the third quarter and looked like they were headed for their third loss of the season against 49ers, but quarterback Matthew Stafford led the comeback in the last minutes to claim the victory.
Angels The team became the ninth team in history to defeat an opponent twice in a regular season, and the last team to do so was the champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers last season against the New Orleans Saints.
this will be Energy Unprecedented and there are also quite a few confrontations between both franchises, with 14 duels in their history Cincinnati She has an advantage of 8-6, although the last time the victory was measured was in favor rams, 10-24, in 2019.
Also, this is the second time in history that a team has played Energy In their own court, after pirate They did it last year when they won the Lombardy Cup at Raymond James Stadium.
The interesting thing about this potential match is the duel between teacher and student. Despite his young age, he was the head coach of ramsShawn McVeigh was under his orders Zack Taylor, coach Bengals, as an assistant wide reception coach in 2017 and as a quarterback coach in 2018, when they came to Energy LIII.
In their only confrontation, Angels It was the team that just played Energy s Cincinnati He was starting to rebuild before drafting quarterback Joe Burrow with the first overall pick in the 2020 draft.
Cincinnati His ticket to Energy In the first game of the day, when the Kansas City Chiefs stunned in overtime at Arrowhead Stadium.
This is the third time in the history Bengals that reach Energy, on their two previous visits, they fell right before the Niners, in the sixteenth and twenty-third editions.
the rams They are seeking a second title in their history after becoming champions in the 1999 season when they were still playing in St. Louis, while Cincinnati never won Energy.