NFL’s Big Game Super Bowl Viewed By A Record-Breaking Audience of 114 Million

The Super Bowl 2022 is the American playoff championship game of the National Football League (NFL). It was played between Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium in California on 13 February, Sunday. The Los Angeles Rams defeated the Bengals on home-ground in California.  

Previously, the big game was called AFL-NFL World Championship Game because of the merger between two leagues in 1966. The viewership of the Super Bowl is very high among all the sports games and grabbed a massive audience during the year.

For the first time, two sports leagues are playing in the same month. The Olympics Beijing 2022 and Super Bowl. However, The record-breaking audience of 114 Million watched the big game Super Bowl this year. Also, the game between Bengals and Rams recorded a huge bet of around $1 billion.

I don’t feel deserving of this,” adding, “It just comes down to this team, the way we prepared. The way we loved on each other trusted each other. I don’t feel deserving of this. … I don’t know what to say.”

I just don’t have words. I’m just so thankful for everyone. Everyone that’s been in my life that’s encouraged me, pushed me has been there for me every step of the way.”

The core player of Los Angeles Rams Cooper Kupp, said while receiving the award,

Power Packed Performance By The Artists At The Half-Time Show

Moreover, people are more talking about the Half-time show between the game rather than the victory or game itself. The famous singers Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, Jennifer Lopez, Ben Affleck, Johnson, and Kanye West set the stage on fire with their cracking performance at the big event. 

However, the BTS Army was disappointed when the song of BTS “Over The Horizon” wasn’t played during the commercial break. Also, it was the first Korean artist to get featured in the Super Bowl. 

People Got Crazy For Super Bowl Half-Time Show

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