It was a slog. It was a battle of attrition. There were a half-dozen players on the field who probably shouldn’t be playing in a Super Bowl. But in the end, three superstars carried the night and led the Rams to a Super Bowl title.
Conor and Gary break it all down, from the near-impossible Stafford-to-Kupp game-winning drive, to the impact of the Odell Beckham Jr. injury, to Raheem Morris and the L.A. defense figuring things out then shutting the Bengals down. But also, where do the aggressive Rams go from here? What does the future hold for the Burrow Bengals? And what does it mean that the longest season in NFL history ended up with two injury-ravaged teams crawling to the finish line?
Plus, a look at the week’s non–Super Bowl news: The Colts’ reported breakup with Carson Wentz, and more fractures in the Kyler Murray-Cardinals relationship.
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