NFL takes a serious turn of events as Bengals and Rams defeat Cheifs and 49ers respectively in the Conference Championships today. The Super Bowl has now been finally set in stone between the Bengals and Rams on February 13th.

The Cincinnati Bengals finally move on to the Super Bowl for the first time in 33 years with a 27-24 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. Evan McPherson kicked a 31-yard field goal in overtime after Joe Burrow kept his cool to get the job done. The Bengals erased an 18-point deficit tying an AFC title game record to take a late 24-21 lead on McPherson’s 52-yarder.

On the other side of the news, confetti flies at SoFi as Terry Bradshaw presents the George S Halas trophy to Rams owner Stan Kroenke on their amazing win against 49ers. The Rams will play in their second Super Bowl in four seasons, and for the second consecutive year. The last Travin Howard interception sealed the victory for the Rams as the score stands at 20-17.

Bengals come out shining as their display of performance was impeccable. Joe Burrow’s last word had everyone on their feet as the fans look positive about winning the Super Bowl. The weirdest thing about this is that he’s completely calm while he says it.

“It’s something I’m really proud of, being from Ohio… this is something I’ve always wanted: playing in the Super Bowl.”

Now we have a huge game for us in the cards as the Bengals will face off with the 49ers. Los Angeles will welcome the Cincinnati Bengals in two weeks for Super Bowl 56 in Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s multibillion-dollar SoFi Stadium. Fans will be up and running to witness this mouthwatering NFL matchup in the Super Bowl.

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Anirban Biswas

Anirban Biswas has been writing for Thirsty For News since 2021 and has been covering various topics such as entertainment, music, and pop culture. In his free time, Anirban enjoys playing guitar, composing music and exploring new places.

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