Los Angeles Rams WR Cooper Kupp named MVP Super Bowl LVI after a 92-yard, 2-TD effort versus the Cincinnati Bengals

INglewood, CA – Throughout the season, whenever the Los Angeles Rams needed a big play, the receiver cooper cup who handed it over.

And when it mattered most Sunday night at Super Bowl LVI, it was Cobb who found a way to finally bring the Rams back to the top of the NFL mountain when they defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 to win the Lombardi Cup for the first time. once in more than 22 years.

Kupp caught the 1 yard winning pass from the quarterback Matthew Stafford She finished with eight catches for 92 yards and two points on her way to winning the MVP award. He is the eighth wide receiver to win a Super Bowl MVP and first since Julian Edelman of the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII.

A sentimental Kupp diverted the spotlight after the win.

“I have no words,” Cobb said. “I am so grateful to everyone.”

After a brisk start on Sunday afternoon, Cobb — who won the NFL title by taking the Triple Crown by leading the league in receptions, yards and receiving touchdowns — didn’t get much on the ball for most of the mid-game. He had one catch for 13 yards in the second half before the Rams’ last offensive streak.

Then, when he was most needed, Cope took over. In the final drive, Kupp had four grabs for 39 yards and the game-winning score. This came despite the Bengals doing their best to stop him from getting the ball.

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Before the final score, Cobb pulled three consecutive penalty kicks, a defensive pass, a defensive pass, and unnecessary roughness to prepare the final score.

Kupp was 7-1 to win the Caesars Sportsbook MVP award.

Kupp’s performance put the finishing touches on a stellar post-season as he set a record for receptions (33), tying him with the second most receiving yards (478) and receiving touchdowns (six) in a post-season in NFL history.

Kupp caught a touchdown in each of the Rams’ four post-season games, making him the second player in league history to suffer a relegation in four consecutive playoff games, along with the former Arizona Cardinals at wide Larry Fitzgerald.

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