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Aaron Donald, Cooper Kupp, and the L.A. Experience

Jason, James, and Ryan detail their experiences watching the Super Bowl and predict which teams will be in next year’s big game

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Zac Taylor Brought the Bengals to the Super Bowl. But Is That Enough?

Taylor just helmed the Bengals’ best season in 31 years. But can that mask his offense’s issues—and show that he’s the right person to develop Joe Burrow?

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It Was a Super Bowl Dream and Nightmare All at Once for Odell Beckham Jr.

Beckham’s Super Bowl, with its quick highs, its ill-timed injury, and its emotional displays, was a lot like a compressed and high-stakes version of his entire NFL career

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Stafford’s HOF Case, Brady Rumors, the Broken Oscars, and Cody Rhodes/WWE Angles With Kevin Clark, Sean Fennessey, and David Shoemaker

Plus, Bill and Kevin Clark discuss some post–Super Bowl narratives

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The Culture Side of the Super Bowl

Chris and Andy break down the halftime show and the ‘Doctor Strange’ and ‘Rings of Power’ trailers

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Super Bowl Card Price Reactions, Fanatics News, and New Card Releases

Mike and Jesse discuss how card values are affected by the Rams’ victory

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The Bengals Nearly Pulled Off a Super Bowl Run For the Ages. What Comes Next?

Joe Burrow and Cincinnati took the NFL playoffs by storm before falling just short of a championship. They have the foundation to make it back—but the road ahead won’t be easy.

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The Best Super Bowl Trailers and Movies in the ’90s, According to Chuck Klosterman

Before Chuck comes on, Joanna joins Sean to break down the Super Bowl movie trailers and ‘Death on the Nile,’ Kenneth Branagh’s latest Agatha Christie adaptation

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Trent Dilfer on the Rams’ Super Bowl Win, Stafford’s HOF Case, Kupp vs. Donald for MVP, McVay’s Future, and the Future of the Bengals

Plus, Ryen recaps some of his Super Bowl weekend festivities

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Sean McVay’s Super Bowl Blueprint Failed. The Rams Won Once He Finally Abandoned It.

The Rams offense was out of answers late in Super Bowl LVI. But McVay, Matthew Stafford, and Co. learned how to adapt in the nick of time.

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The Pop Culture Winners and Losers of Super Bowl LVI

In positive developments, the new Jordan Peele and ‘Lord of the Rings’ look good; in less positive developments, Larry David went crypto

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If Aaron Donald Is Going Out, He’s Going Out on Top

Donald’s close-out on Joe Burrow at the end of the Super Bowl effectively won L.A. a championship. But afterward, he had some big questions to answer about reports that he could walk away from football.

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The Rams Had to Get Cooper Kupp Involved. And They Won the Super Bowl Once They Did.

All season, Kupp has been the go-to guy for Sean McVay and the Rams. And when it mattered most on Sunday, he filled that role once again.

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Super Bowl Awards

Heifetz, DK and Craig dole out awards ranging from the Scrooge McDuck Award to the Boca Raton Retirement Award

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Matthew Stafford Was the Missing Piece in the Rams’ Master Plan

The Rams’ future is murky. The past is not. Everything the team has done, especially trading for Stafford, has been worth it. Everything was for this moment.

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The Winners and Losers of Super Bowl LVI

The Rams’ biggest stars delivered a Lombardi Trophy to Los Angeles. Meanwhile, the Bengals were doomed because of their Achilles’ heel: their offensive line.

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How Did the Rams Win the Super Bowl?

And what’s the future for both Los Angeles and the Bengals?

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The Super Bowl LVI Recap Show With Cousin Sal

Bill and Sal talk OBJ’s injury, the Rams run game, and the Bengals offensive line

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Growing Concern for Zach’s Knee and the ‘Full Go’ Super Bowl Greenroom With John Jastremski

Jason and JJ react to the Rams’ Super Bowl win and discuss Aaron Donald’s legacy

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The Stars Aligned in the Rams’ Super Bowl Win Over the Bengals

Sunday’s game was won by superstar players making championship-winning plays. It’s a good thing the Rams had so many of them.

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The Rams’ Long-Laid Plans Have Finally Come to Fruition

For years, Los Angeles has had the most aggressive team-building strategy in the league. Despite some close calls on Sunday, that plan delivered a Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl LVI.

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Knicks Fourth-Quarter Letdown and Nets Losing Streak Reaches 11

Plus, Super Bowl LVI Greenroom with Jason Goff

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Super Bowl Instant Reaction Show

Bryan and David discuss commercials and Al Michaels’s calls

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The Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show Was a Win for Hip-Hop, Mary J. Blige, and Your Youth

The Dr. Dre–led set was a long-overdue milestone for rap and may draw headlines beyond the performance, but it’s worth celebrating for its opulence

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Final Super Bowl LVI Betting Cards

Warren and House share which sides and totals they’re on and discuss which prop bets they feel the strongest about

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It’s Time to Recognize Trey Hendrickson As an Elite Pass Rusher

The Bengals defensive end has come into his own during the team’s playoff run. But his rise as a star defensive talent began years ago.

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Everything You Need to Know About Super Bowl LVI

The Ringer has the big game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals covered from all angles

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Evan McPherson Went From Baffling Draft Pick to NFL Playoff Legend

The Bengals’ decision to select a kicker in the fifth round of the 2021 draft went against both popular opinion and decades of football logic. It could go down as one of the keys to a Super Bowl run for the ages.

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Harden for Simmons Shows Daryl Morey Was Right

Plus, more trade deadline talk with Chris Mannix and Super Bowl Stories With Damien Woody

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Stand and Deliver: How Joe Burrow and Matthew Stafford Survive—and Thrive—Under Pressure

These QBs have been among the best in the league in plenty of categories this season, but especially how they perform under duress—something that will undoubtedly come in handy in this Super Bowl

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It’s Time to Fix the Super Bowl Trophy Presentation

Either the Rams or Bengals will become NFL champions on Sunday. In the players’ peak moment of sporting triumph, the Lombardi Trophy will be handed to their team owner. Here’s how that became a tradition—and why it so urgently needs to change.

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The Southeast Ohio Community That Molded Joe Burrow

The Bengals star quarterback has won a national championship and a Heisman trophy and has his eyes set on the Super Bowl. The people who knew him growing up know how it happened: "Nobody instills confidence in somebody—in a whole entire team—like Joe does."