Super Bowl 56 Highs and Lows

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This Monday night was all about football, as the Super Bowl battle went down between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals. It meant dreams coming true for some, while it brought unforgettable disappointment for others.

Nevertheless, nobody can say that this year's Super Bowl wasn't entertaining because it was one hell of an emotional roller coaster.

In case you weren’t able to catch the live broadcast, here are some highs and lows from the game. We picked two positives and two negative points from it, so you could at least try to get the whole picture of the event.

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Epic Fight

Throughout sports history, many events were aggressively advertised and hyped by the media, only to turn out to be an utter disappointment and snooze fest. Luckily for us, Super Bowl 56 was nothing like that.

From the first moments of the game, there was no way of telling who was going to come out on top, since both of the teams were pretty even in terms of playing intensity, which was noticeable on the scoreboard. No team was able to get the big lead, which resulted in a nail-biting finish until the very end.

The Los Angeles Rams won in the last two possessions of the game, making a comeback from trailing in the 4th quarter. If the game lasted for ten more minutes, who knows if the outcome would be the same, and that's what makes this event one of the all-time great finals games.

Halftime Break

You know that your broadcast was a success when everybody isn’t talking just about the game, but the halftime show as well. Some of the biggest names from the music industry gave their best trying to create an atmosphere that will be discussed for as long as football exists.

Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, and other superstars made sure that nobody was bored while the players were resting, and during those minutes, the SoFi Stadium audience felt like they were at a real-life concert. Even Lebron James was impressed by the spectacle, tweeting that it was the best Super Bowl halftime show he has ever seen!

Odell Beckham Jr.’s Injury

The tenacity that was present during the whole game was most noticeable when the worst thing imaginable happened to Ram’s player Odell Beckham Jr., who also scored the first touchdown for his squad.

Unfortunately, he suffered a knee injury during the 2nd quarter and was unable to make a comeback. Odell stated that he was devastated at that moment, but his teammates were able to bring a smile to his face by stepping up in the later stages of the game.

Bengals’ Fans Disappointment

You probably know the feeling when your beloved team loses an important game, let alone the grand finals. One of the unfortunate things that came as a result of the Rams becoming champions is the sadness of Bengals’ fans.

Since this was Cincinnati’s third loss in the Super Bowl, the Bengals’ fans will have to wait at least one more year for another chance at the title. But, there are more than enough reasons for optimism, as they have a good and young core, and there’s more than enough time for them to improve during the off-season.