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Cincinnati Bengals to meet Los Angeles Rams at Super Bowl LVI

Cincinnati Bengals to meet Los Angeles Rams at Super Bowl LVI

The Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams were both forced to produce remarkable fightbacks to win their Conference Championships and set up a showdown at Super Bowl LVI.

The Bengals needed overtime to get the better of the Kansas City Chiefs 27-24 in the AFC Championship game, with the Chiefs boasting a 21-10 lead heading into the third quarter.

However, with the scores level pegging at 24-24 after the fourth quarter, Evan McPherson‘s 31-yard field goal won the day for the Bengals as they endeavour to win the Super Bowl for the very first time.

Meanwhile, the Rams earned another slice of history in the NFC Championship game with the San Francisco 49ers, who boasted a 17-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The 49ers proceeded to capitulate in the final stages, though, as a second Cooper Kupp touchdown and two field goals from Matt Gay helped the Rams become the first team in NFL history to come back from a double-figure points deficit in the fourth quarter.

Sean McVay‘s team will seek to become the first Rams team since the St Louis Rams in 2015 to claim the Super Bowl title on home soil at the SoFi Stadium in California on February 13.

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