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Los Angeles Rams Secure 23-20 Super Bowl Win Over Cincinnati Bengals

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The Los Angeles Rams have secured their second Super Bowl win in history.

Though the Cincinnati Bengals looked set to win their first Super Bowl in history – coming full circle from their place as the worst team in the NFL just two years ago – the Rams‘ roster stepped up in the final stretch.

Despite losing star receiver Odell Beckham Jr and trailing 20-16 in the final minutes of the game, the Rams were saved when quarterback Matt Stafford threw his third touchdown pass to Cooper Kupp.

With just one minute and twenty-five seconds left on the clock, Kupp scored a second touchdown and was subsequently named the Super Bowl MVP after effectively clinching victory for the Rams.

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Visibly thrilled, Rams head coach Sean McVay praised his team on their victory: “It feels outstanding. I am so proud of this team. We talk all the time about competitive greatness, about being your best when your best is required and Matt gets to finish it off – it is poetic.”

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“I’m just so thankful,” stated MVP Kupp. “These guys here, they challenge me, they push me and they make it so much fun coming into work every day.”

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