California Native Shares His Thoughts On The Rams in the Super Bowl

By Clifton Dutton, Staff Writer

The Los Angeles Rams have found themselves in the Super Bowl for the second time in five years. As a California native and a Rams fan, I’m ecstatic to see my favorite team play the biggest game at their new-beautiful stadium. 


The Rams will be taking on the Cincinnati Bengals on February 13, at the Sofi Stadium in Inglewood, California. Not only do we have the game and commercials to look forward to, but the halftime show as well. The halftime show will be headlined by a few California natives as well including Mary Jay Blige, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and Kendrick Lamar. 


The city spirit is great as of late. If you happen to be cruising around Inglewood, Rams memorabilia is everywhere. You see Ram’s license plates on cars, people in jerseys, and families at restaurants wearing their Rams gear in pride. 


This would be big for the state because it will be the first Super Bowl celebrated in California and the Ram’s second Super Bowl victory in the last two decades. Also, the Sofi Stadium isn’t even two years old and is one of the most expensive stadiums in the country that has a chance to be home to the champions. 


The dangerous Rams at 12-5 will be led by their new quarterback in Matthew Stafford and their number one option Cooper Kupp will be available. This is huge because he missed out on the last Super Bowl appearance against the New England Patriots due to an injury. 


In addition, the Rams will have Odell Beckham Jr, Von Miller, and Jalen Ramsay as new additions compared to the last roster that made it to the big game. After seeing the Bengals having trouble protecting Joe Burrow all season, beware of Aaron Donald and Miller having field days on the weak offensive line. 


It’s only a matter of time until my Rams become the champions of Super Bowl 56. What stands in front of them are two good young players in Ja’Marr Chase and Burrow, but a horrible offensive line and a sketchy defense that will make our chances that much greater.