The most exhilarating postseason in NFL playoff history is down to one final game. Let’s hope it can match the excitement of the games played the past three weeks.
The Cincinnati Bengals will be traveling to Los Angeles to take on the LA Rams in the Super Bowl on February 13 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California.
The Rams will be hosting the Bengals on their home turf, which was incredibly rare until a few months ago.
In fact, in the first 54 years of the Super Bowl, no team had won the Super Bowl or even played the game on their home field. In February of 2021, the Tampa Bay Bucs ended that drought, beating the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.
Twelve months later, the Rams duplicated the feat and will try to bring the Super Bowl trophy to their fans in LA for the first time.
Both conference championship games Sunday were incredibly suspenseful and continued the trend of unbelievable endings that fans have been treated to in January.
Super cool quarterback Joe Burrow led the Bengals back to the big game for the first time in 34 years, as his team staged a fabulous rally to win 24-21 in overtime.
The Rams came back from ten points down in the fourth quarter and clinched their second Super Bowl appearance in the past four years.
The game will be played in the most spectacular stadium on the planet. SoFi Stadium cost over $5 billion to build, and fans that want to be inside to watch the big game better be ready to pay. As of Sunday night, the cheapest ticket for the worst seat in the house started at almost $7,000.