33 years later, the Cincinnati Bengals are playing Super Bowl LVI

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Los Angeles and Cincinnati fans can’t wait to celebrate a long-awaited championship. No fanbase in the city has ever known one. The LA Rams have won a Super Bowl before, but remember that was after the franchise moved to St. Louis. They never lifted the trophy as the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams had a chance just three years ago, but for the Bengals it’s been 33 years. Hearts.Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman shone on the big screen in Rain Main. And in Cincinnati, Ohio, the Bengals were heading to the Super Bowl for only the second time. They played in Miami, facing a familiar foe – the San Francisco 49ers – the team that beat the Bengals seven years earlier. I loved it and everyone was great. Most of the questions have been pretty good. Hey, that’s what it’s all about,” he said in a press conference at the time. Unfortunately for the Bengals, the 49ers also had a really good quarterback, and the legendary Joe Montana led a comeback late in the 4th quarter – capped by one of the most iconic moments in Super Bowl history.The Bengals missed the championship by 34 seconds.33 years laterThe wait for the Much shorter was the Rams.Just three years ago they held a pre-Super Bowl LIII fan rally.The Rams arrived in Atlanta as one of the most successful teams in the league, led by running back Todd Gurley. And they were also scary on defense, with the league’s player of the year, Aaron Donald. But, the Patriots won the Super Bowl and it was another trophyless season for the fans. You can watch the Rams take on the Bengals in the Super Bowl on KCRA 3 Sunday at 3:30 p.m.

Los Angeles and Cincinnati fans can’t wait to celebrate a long-awaited championship.

No fanbase in the city has ever known one. LA Rams have once won a Super Bowl, but remember that was after the franchise moved to St. Louis. They never lifted the trophy like the Los Angeles Rams.

The Rams had a hit just three years ago, but for the Bengals it’s been 33 years.

Super Bowl Flashback

It was in January 1989.

Phil Collins had the best song in America, Two Hearts.

Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman shone on the big screen in Rain Main.

And in Cincinnati, Ohio, the Bengals were heading to the Super Bowl for only the second time. They played in Miami, facing a familiar foe – the San Francisco 49ers – the team that beat the Bengals seven years earlier.

Despite being more than a touchdown underdog, the Bengals had some swagger behind confident quarterback Boomer Esiason.

“I really enjoyed it and everyone was great. Most of the questions were pretty good. Hey, that’s what it’s all about,” he told a conference call. press at the time.

Unfortunately for the Bengals, the 49ers also had a very good quarterback, and the legendary Joe Montana led a comeback late in the 4th quarter – capped off with one of the most iconic moments in Super Bowl history.

The Bengals missed the championship by 34 seconds.

33 years later

The wait for the Rams has been much shorter. Just three years ago, they held a fan rally ahead of Super Bowl LIII.

The Rams arrived in Atlanta as one of the most successful teams in the league, led by running back Todd Gurley. And they were scary defensively too, with league player of the year Aaron Donald.

But the Patriots won the Super Bowl and it was another trophyless season for Los Angeles fans.

You can watch the Rams take on the Bengals in the Super Bowl on KCRA 3 Sunday at 3:30 p.m.

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