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Jason Radowitz takes a look at his favorite moneyline play for Super Bowl LVI.

Super Bowl LVI Prediction: The Best Moneyline Bet for the 2022 Super Bowl

The 2022 Super Bowl LVI will officially include the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams. It's a game between two teams that haven't been in the Super Bowl in a long time.

It's also a game without Tom Brady or Patrick Mahomes and we also won't be seeing Aaron Rodgers or any other big veteran names in the Super Bowl. Instead, we'll get two likable quarterbacks in Matthew Stafford and Joe Burrow.

Stafford was brought in to help the Rams make the Super Bowl. Meanwhile, Burrow was brought in to change the Cincinnati franchise for a decade. Both have achieved their goals, at least for now.

The Rams, at home, with a win-now roster. Will that be enough to beat the Bengals on Sunday night, February 13?

Cincinnati vs Los Angeles Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: Sunday, February 13
  • Game Time: 6:30 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: NBC

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Bengals vs Rams Injury Report


Questionable: TE CJ Uzomah (Lower Body)


Questionable: TE Tyler Higbee (Knee)

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Bengals vs Rams Prediction

The Cincinnati Bengals weren't supposed to be in the Super Bowl. This team isn't built to win now, but the Bengals are so young that they forgot about all of this.

Meanwhile, the Rams did whatever it would take to build a championship roster. Not only did the Rams bring in Matthew Stafford during the offseason, but Los Angeles also traded for Von Miller and Odell Beckham Jr. to play alongside stars like Cooper Kupp, Aaron Donald, and Jalen Ramsey.

The reality is, the Rams have one of the best defensive lines in football while the Bengals have one of the worst offensive lines in football. Joe Burrow will get sacked multiple times in this game and while he's been able to make big plays after getting sacked, it's going to be a bit harder against the Rams secondary that includes even more star talent.

It's also possible for the Bengals to put some pressure on Matthew Stafford. We've seen Stafford make a lot of mistakes in the second half of the season and should've been picked off early in the fourth quarter last week. The Bengals have put together solid coverage and have been able to get pressure with just a three or four-man rush at times.

But against the Rams, it's going to be a bit more tricky. The Rams only really struggle at tackling on the defensive end. They've been able to stop the run and put a ton of pressure on the quarterback. The secondary has also improved week-by-week.

So while I personally love Joe Burrow and believe he's the future, I'll have to side with the Rams on the moneyline.

Cincinnati Bengals vs Los Angeles Rams Pick

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Article Author


Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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