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Super Bowl 2022: Rams' Odell Beckham Jr. believed to have suffered torn ACL in victory over Bengals

It's all so bittersweet for Odell Beckham Jr. at the moment. On Sunday, he finally ascended the mountain and became an NFL champion when Matthew Stafford and Co. helped lead the Los Angeles Rams to a 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium in Super Bowl LVI. Unfortunately for Beckham, he didn't finish the game after being helped to the locker room with a knee injury late in the second quarter -- not to return -- after falling to the ground in noticeable pain on a non-contact incomplete pass.
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Alternate Look At Game-Sealing Super Bowl Play Will Haunt Bengals Fans

Super Bowl LVI delivered a crushing ending for long-suffering Bengals fans. Arguably Cincinnati’s most-pressing issue surfaced at a terrible time for the AFC champions. On an all-important fourth-and-1 from the Rams’ 49-yard line, Cincinnati’s shaky offensive line couldn’t hold up and allowed Aaron Donald to quickly put pressure on Joe Burrow. The Bengals quarterback was forced to settle for a desperation flip as he was being swung down by Donald, and the incomplete pass effectively put the dagger in Cincinnati.
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Bleacher Report

Cincinnati Bengals' Future Blindingly Bright Despite Super Bowl Loss

A single snapshot from Super Bowl LVI should haunt everyone within the Cincinnati Bengals organization for the next seven months and motivate them to be even better. That image? Quarterback Joe Burrow lying on the SoFi Stadium turf, writhing in pain yet again from another sack. Fortunately, the 25-year-old is tough as nails and came back into the game, but it was only to see his team falter when it mattered the most.
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2022 Super Bowl: Bengals' short-yardage calls vs. Rams among questionable coaching decisions in big game

Sunday night's title showdown between the Bengals and Rams featured the youngest head-coaching matchup in Super Bowl history. It didn't necessarily feature the best head-coaching matchup in Super Bowl history, at least based on the two sides' in-game decision-making. Make no mistake, Zac Taylor deserves lots of credit for leading Cincinnati to its first Super Bowl appearance in more than 30 years, and Sean McVay has rightfully made history for winning Los Angeles a trophy.
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The Stars Aligned in the Rams’ Super Bowl Win Over the Bengals

Everyone in SoFi Stadium knew Cooper Kupp was getting the ball except for Kupp himself. The Rams, trailing the Bengals 20-16, were facing a second-and-7 at around midfield with just over three minutes left in Super Bowl LVI. Sean McVay had dialed up one of his go-to route combinations: a short stop route from tight end Brycen Hopkins (88), meant to draw the defense up, with Kupp (10) running a deep in-breaker behind it.

Bengals Grit Through The Pain And Try To Savor Sweet Season

LOS ANGELES _ Even as Aaron Donald released Joe Burrow from his ever-present fourth-and-one clutches at midfield with 39 seconds left to secure Super Bowl LVI for the Rams and send the Bengals to a 23-20 loss, Bengals fans were no doubt cataloging it among the great heartbreaks in franchise history:

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow hopes to use Super Bowl loss as fuel for the rest of his career

INGLEWOOD, Calif. -- Joe Burrow used some of the time during the bye week before the Super Bowl to watch A Football Life about former St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner. In the locker room after the Bengals lost Super Bowl LVI to the Rams, 23-20, Burrow sat for a long while. One of the things he thought about was something Warner said during the show. The Rams, Warner said, had let their loss in Super Bowl XXXVI to the New England Patriots sting too much. They did not celebrate what they did accomplish. Burrow, his voice low, his right knee in apparent pain, wanted to celebrate what the Bengals had done, in stunning the NFL with a run to the Super Bowl just one season after winning four games.

Tyler Boyd’s first drop of season dooms critical Bengals’ drive

INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Tyler Boyd picked a bad time for his first drop of the season. The Bengals’ wide receiver had a Joe Burrow pass hit him right in the hands on third-and-9 with 6:20 left in the game and his team clinging to a 20-16 lead in Super Bowl LVI. Boyd had not dropped a pass all season, according to Pro Football Focus, but the ball bounced off his hands in one of the most critical moments of the Bengals’ season.

Around the AFC North: Joe Burrow Says Super Bowl Loss Will 'Fuel' Bengals

Cincinnati Bengals: Super Bowl Loss Spoils Ending to Special Season. The Bengals had one of the best seasons in franchise history, but losing Super Bowl LVI left them dejected and more determined to win a Lombardi Trophy. Joe Burrow, who led Cincinnati to the AFC title in just his second...
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Bengals players share reactions to Super Bowl defeat

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Super Bowl LVI did not have the result the Cincinnati Bengals hoped for, yet, current and former players are showing their love for one another and the Who Dey fans. @Sam_Hubbard_. The Offensive Rookie of the Year, Ja’Marr Chase, had a short reaction that sums up how...

Bengals Have Some Packers Flavor for Super Bowl

GREEN BAY, Wis. – In 2007, the Green Bay Packers used a seventh-round draft pick on Clark Harris. On Sunday, he’ll be playing in his first Super Bowl. Harris was drafted as a tight end. And he was a good one, too. While playing in a run-first offense at Rutgers, Harris caught 143 passes for 2,015 yards and 11 touchdowns during a career in which he was a three-time all-Big East first-team selection. He also was the long snapper.