LA Rams earn the Hollywood ending for Super Bowl LVI
The LA Rams are Super Bowl LVI Champions! And in winning the NFL Championship LA Rams achieved the perfect Hollywood ending to a number of special stories from the players who gathered to compete in the first, and for some, last Super Bowl for the city of Los Angeles.
The f*** them picks strategy was worth every sacrifice, especially with LA Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford leading the game-winning drive. While wide receiver Cooper Kupp was named as the Super Bowl MVP, both Matthew Stafford and defensive lineman Aaron Donald played huge roles in the victory.
The three biggest stars came out to shine to win the game, with Matthew Stafford connecting with Cooper Kupp on the game-winning touchdown and Aaron Donald making the last play on defense to finish off the Cincinnati Bengals.
The 2021-2022 season’s story concludes with the perfect Hollywood ending for the LA Rams, an ending so ideal that it will surely be written to a movie script someday and be up for Academy Awards. The home team did everything they set out to do in Super Bowl LVI. Perhaps more.
The long and winding road
The road to Super Bowl LVI was not easy. This was a team that seemed to have new flaws spring up as soon as the team mastered previous challenges. This was a team that faced adversity constantly, especially after losing wide receiver Robert Woods during the season, tight end Tyler Higbee during the playoffs, and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. during the Super Bowl. But that same adversity drew the team together, and the LA Rams found ways to overcome the injuries.
As with any good Hollywood story, there was plenty of drama throughout the game. The highs, the lows, the twists to the tale, and the climax are things that the scriptwriters could only fabricate in their dreams.
In fact, the game appeared to be scripted so well-written that many Twitter users began to complain about the NFL rigging the game. Sometimes life imitates art so well that the result seems to be another well-written work of fiction. But the NFL Championship, Super Bowl LVI, is very real.
The start of an NFL dynasty?
The NFL Champions are genuinely for real, and this may only be the start of the LA Rams dynasty. The world could be on the verge of witnessing the next great Hollywood franchise, but that is a story still to be written.
Right now, the focus is on the story that just concluded for the current group of LA Rams. The accomplishments of this group of LA Rams cannot be understated, as they won the Super Bowl in what is literally the biggest season in NFL history.
The LA Rams went All In and are cashing out as the Super Bowl LVI champions. The Hollywood ending is now accomplished for the LA Rams, as All In is now All Done.