5 reasons Rams will win Super Bowl 56
No. 4: Sean McVay’s experience
While Zac Taylor is in his third season at the helm of the Bengals and doing a tremendous job turning this franchise around, the truth is, he has no experience in a game of this magnitude. Sure, he was with the Los Angeles Rams during their last Super Bowl run, but he was only a quarterbacks coach, and that is a far cry from being a head coach.
One day after the Rams lost in the Super Bowl to Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, he was named the head coach in Cincinnati and would go 2-14, securing the No. 1 overall pick in 2020, Joe Burrow. McVay, on the other hand, has gotten his team to the playoffs in four of his five seasons with the Rams, including that Super Bowl run in 2018.
In this game, many factors go into the game plan, as it is nothing like an ordinary week of prep for a regular season, or even a playoff game. The Super Bowl is a whole other animal, and after losing in the big game his last time, I believe that McVay, especially at home, can slay the dragon and win his first ring.