NBC broadcast this year’s Super Bowl. The Rams ’win has become even more memorable in the hit-counting industry, coming to the team’s home stadium through the quirks of the NFL schedule. The win was the first NFL championship trophy to arrive in Los Angeles since the Rams franchise returned to the city in 2016, and the first for the city since defeating the Los Angeles Raiders in 1984.
The Super Cup victory also promises to turn Rams head coach Sean McVeigh into the star category. After the near first half, the “Bengalis” led most of the second half. But in the fourth quarter the Rams came out strong, keeping competitive until the final seconds on the grid.
Bengals and his promising young defender Joe Barrow have sought to win the NFL Lombardy trophy for the first time in the franchise’s 53-year history. Cincinnati’s last trip to the big game came in 1989, when the Bengals defeated the San Francisco 49ers 20-16.
The Super Bowl LVI broadcast was crowded ordinary marketing and advertising noise outside the game. A number of commercials, full of celebrities, caused a stir on social networks around the game. Broadcast with a break involving Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, 50 Cent and other hip hop stars was generally well received by fans, as was the performance before the game “Beautiful America” and “Flag in the Stars” Jen Aiko and Mickey Gaiton respectively.