Rams overcome injuries, dig deep in rally to win Super Bowl

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The Los Angeles Rams were all but out of playmakers in the second half of the Super Bowl. They still had Cooper Kupp, and they still had Matthew Stafford. They were enough to win a championship. Los Angeles’ 23-20 victory was a remarkable story of perseverance through injury setbacks that would have crushed most teams — including the Rams, if not for one final scoring drive catalyzed by Kupp and Stafford. The Rams played the fourth quarter of their home Super Bowl with rookies Ben Skowronek and Brycen Hopkins logging significant playing time. That’s because Odell Beckham Jr. went down with a knee injury in the second quarter, leaving the Rams to finish their final game without four of their top six pass-catchers.

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