How did the Rams radio broadcast react to the game-winning touchdown from Matthew Stafford to Cooper Kupp in Super Bowl 56?
The Los Angeles Rams are Super Bowl champions thanks to a stellar final drive capped by a touchdown pass from Matthew Stafford to Cooper Kupp.
Kupp and Stafford had been the foundation for the Rams offense all season. So it was fitting they engineered the touchdown that made all the ups and downs worth it.
Here’s what it sounded like on the LA radio call.
LA Rams radio call of the game-winning touchdown in Super Bowl 56
Rams fans got to celebrate a Super Bowl in their home stadium with their brightest stars shining out.
Unfortunately, Odell Beckham Jr. only got to impact the first half before suffering a knee injury but he was one of the key figures early.
Stafford and Kupp made all the difference in the end.
Meanwhile, the defense made sure the Bengals felt their wrath throughout. Aaron Donald led the way with two sacks while LA’s defensive front came away with seven sacks.
Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati offense were held in check for much of the game. Critically, the defense ended the game by putting an end to the Bengals’ final drive.