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The day Messi appeared in the Super Bowl

¿Lionel Messi in the Super Bowl? No, don’t imagine him walking onto the field or watching the biggest game in the annual sports life of the United States from a grandstand. But yes, in 2021, in the edition where the Buccaneers added their second trophy against the Chiefs, Leo appeared on the television broadcast.

The television of the final, which is seen in more than 100 million homes, at one point showed the image of the now PSG player along with Tom Brady, Michael Jordan and Wayne Gretzky baptizing them as the best of all time in their disciplines. Stupid praise for the Argentine!

The day Messi appeared in the Super Bowl.

Just around the corner! madness for him Super Bowl 2022 arrives in Los Angeles. This Sunday, February 13, the last game of the 2021/22 NFL season will be taking place at SoFi Stadium. This duel will face the Los Angeles Rams, who will play at home, and the Cincinnati Bengals, who arrive after eliminating the great candidate, Kansas City Chiefs. Who will get the ring? Matthew Stafford and Joe Burrow will be the quarterbacks who will try to guide their teams to glory. The trajectory of these players is totally different.

Stafford was the first pick in the 2009 Draft out of Georgia and spent 12 years with a mediocre franchise, the Detroit Lions. He was always considered a good player on a bad team. Rescued by the Rams, in his first season as a quarterback in California, he was responsible for leading the franchise to Super Bowl LVI.

In front will be Burrow, who is facing his second year as a professional. The young man arrived at a struggling franchise. In 2019, while Joe was setting records with LSU (his college), the Cincinnati Bengals were finishing the season with 2 wins and 14 losses. In his first season, the QB suffered a severe knee injury that sidelined him and his franchise ended with a 4-11 record. This year he led his team to Super Bowl LVI.

Whether it’s Matthew Stafford’s long wait for glory or Joe Burrow’s meteoric rise, one of the two will hoist the Lombardi Trophy, exactly what is expected of the top picks.

Super Bowl 2022: How to watch it?

Throughout Latin America, including Argentina and Mexico, Super Bowl LVI will be broadcast on ESPN and Star+. On the other hand, in the United States the rights are held by NBC and in Spain by Movistar Deportes. The game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams will start at 8:30 p.m. (Argentina time).

Super Bowl 2022: What do the forecasts say?

The Los Angeles Rams will have the advantage of playing at home, SoFi Stadium, which gives them a head start. In addition, the Californian franchise finished with a better record in the regular season (12-5 vs. 10-7).

On their way to this stage, the Los Angeles Rams eliminated the Arizona Cardinals 34-11 in the Wild Card Round, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30-27 in the Divisional Round and the San Francisco 49ers 20-17 in the Conference Final. On the other hand, the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Las Vegas Raiders 26-19 in the Wild Card Round, the Tennessee Titans 19-16 in the Divisional Round and the Kansas City Chiefs 27-24 in the Conference Final.

Based on this, and many other factors, bookmakers calculate which team has the best chance of winning Super Bowl LVI. So are the forecasts! DraftKings, one of the most important bookmakers in the United States, gives the Los Angeles Rams as a favorite to win the 2022 Super Bowl, since it has a quota of -200 (1.5). On the other hand, the victory of Cincinnati Bengals has an odd of +170 (2.7).

Los Angeles Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals: Have they already won a Super Bowl?

Despite being one of the most storied franchises in the league, the Los Angeles Rams have only been crowned champions once, despite winning eight conference and 18 division titles. On the other hand, the Cincinnati Bengals were never champions, they only won three conference titles (1981, 1988 and 2021).

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