On Sunday, February 13th, the Los Angeles Rams will play against the Cincinnati
Bengals at the Super Bowl. Kick-off will begin at 6:30 p.m.
The National Football League (NFL) championship game will be held at the Rams SoFi
stadium in California. The stadium was just previously opened in September of 2020.
This will be the second time in history that the Super Bowl is held in one of the teams’
home field, the first was in 2020 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
There are two categories of Super Bowl viewers: Those who watch it the game and those who watch it for the commercials. There would be a lot of famous faces at the Super Bowl.
The national anthem will be sung by Mickey Guyto. A six-time Grammy nominee winner, Jhene Aiko, will be performing “America the Beautiful.”
At the halftime show, Mary-J-Blige will take the stage, joined with Dr. Dre and Eminem,
Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg.
According to author Dan Condon, “Snoop Dogg’s ‘Gin and Juice’, Mary J. Blige’s ‘Family
Affair’, Dre’s own ‘The Next Episode’ (with Snoop) and ‘Forgot About Dre’ (with Eminem), and
Eminem’s ‘My Name Is’ are just a small handful of massive tracks we could see.”
There are a lot of predictions of who will win the Super Bowl this Sunday. According to
the ESPN staff, “The possibilities with this game are endless. And if these two teams show off
what made them great the entire season, we should be in for a treat Sunday”
Both teams have had a great season. The Cincinnati Bengals record during the season
was 10-7, while the Los Angeles Rams was 12-5.
The ESPN staff further commented, “The most common predicted final scores were 27-24, picked by six of our experts. The lowest combined total was 34 (18-16). The highest combined score was 83 (45-38). The largest margin of victory predicted was 22 points (43-21). Forty-seven of the experts said this game will be decided by a touchdown or less.”