Styx guitarist James "JY" Young, a longtime NFL fan and prognosticator, says he’s going with the Cincinnati Bengals in an upset win over the Los Angeles Rams in Sunday’s big game.
Talking about the game, JY said: "The Rams are very impressive, very impressive. And I was happy for [their quarterback] Matthew Stafford who toiled in Detroit and never really quite got anywhere there and for him to be playing in the Super Bowl I think is great at his age (34), and the guy's got an arm. And then the Bengals, this [quarterback] Joe Burrow guy, he can throw the ball -- he can put it all over the place. And the Bengals in general, they've got some great people -- on both teams and that's what makes it harder. Cincinnati just seems to have some tremendous momentum and L.A. is favored, but we're gonna take Cincinnati in an upset by four points."
Cincinnati hasn’t been to the Super Bowl since 1988, when they lost to Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers 20-16. This is the second appearance in the big game for the Rams in the past four seasons. They lost to New England 13-3 in 2019.
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