Super Bowl LVI 2022 Rams-Bengals: time, TV channel, and how to watch online
Super Bowl LVI is here and it's the LA Rams vs the Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium on Sunday 13th February. Here's all you need to follow the action!
"We're very confident," Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay said following the 22-minute walk-through that he did with his team ahead of their momentous clash against the Cincinnati Bengals in Sunday's Super Bowl LVI.
"We're ready to go. Then we've just got to play great in that window that we've got. There's a good look in their eyes. I think there's a good urgency, but also I just have a good feel about this team. I feel excited to watch them go and do their thing."
These were the final on-field preparations for the Rams conducted at their team headquarters in jerseys and shorts. The players then changed into Super Bowl LVI warm-up suits and lined up on risers for a team photo. The picture went off without a hitch and there were no last-minute changes on the team's injury report. Same hotel, same meeting schedule, same meals. As the designated visiting team, this is as homely as it gets.
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Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor had a rough start to his tenure with the team but after finding a way to turn things around in a hurry said the lean years helped shape the character of his Super Bowl-bound club.
Hired by Cincinnati in 2019, Taylor went 6-25-1 during his first two seasons as an NFL head coach during which the Bengals finished last in the AFC North but, with the help of quarterback Joe Burrow, has built one of the best young offenses in the NFL.
The stage, as they say, is very much set.
What time is Super Bowl LVI?
Kickoff at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, is 3:30 p.m. local PT which is 6:30 p.m. ET.
For those in another timezone wanting to know when the Bengals-Rams clash kicks off, check out this handy guide.
Where can I watch Super Bowl LVI on television?
NBC. Simple. The broadcaster is your only place to head if you’re in the US and coverage gets underway half an hour before kickoff.
How can I watch Super Bowl LVI online?
NBC offer you further options to see the game via online streaming services. Check out their Peacock channel - although you’ll need to be premium for such a spectacular event - and they also give you access via their NBC Sports App.
FuboTV is an alternative source of coverage and if you’ve been holding out from trying them out then you can jump on their seven-day free trial for this one night. For those further afield, sign up for the NFL Pass and enjoy from your mobile device or cast to a bigger rectangle for more gridiron pixelation.
There is also radio commentary available via Sirius channels: 88 (National); 82 (Rams); 85 (Bengals) and XM channels: 88 (National); 226 (Rams); 225 (Bengals).
Which is the best text commentary service for Super Bowl LVI?
Modesty would normally see me advise you of a variety of options here but I’m afraid for the biggest game of the year there is a simple answer to this question. Dane Arlaukas has been bringing you NFL coverage for AS USA across the season and he will again be in situ for the Rams-Bengals along with a support crew bringing you additional insight and breaking news as it happens. It’s the best out there.
Whether you’re unable to see the game live but want a true sense of what is happening at the SoFi Stadium, or you want to have an expert companion by your side to add to your viewing experience, this is the live feed for you. We’ll be building up to the game all day, and Dane will take the reins from around two hours ahead of the kickoff. Let’s go!
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