Los Angeles: The Los Angeles Rams celebrated the Super Bowl victory on Wednesday with a blizzard of blue and gold confetti. The team held a fussful victory parade in front of thousands of cheering fans. Quarterback Matthew Stafford was the NFL champion who marked Sunday’s victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on an open-top bus tour, with tequila and defensive star Aaron Donald drinking beer and champagne.
Before the victory rally in front of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, a large number of fans ran around the route to pay homage to the team under the scorching sun. Rams star Stafford, who continued to drink beer during the bus tour, spoke to the crowd with a bottle of tequila in his hand. Stafford, who led the drive that won the Rams match on Sunday 23-20, said:
“It’s been an incredible journey so far, and there are many ups and downs. But you know you were there with us at every stage of the road.” I’m this team. I am very fortunate to be a part of it. I hug each and every one of them here. “Stafford was advised by retired former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. Tom Brady is famous for being rescued from a boat that is getting worse after celebrating his seventh Super Bowl victory last year. “Mat to mix with water … believe me,” Brady commented on Twitter above the footage of Stafford’s parade of smoking cigars and drinking beer.
Meanwhile, defensive star Donald admitted that Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow’s sack had effectively sealed the Super Bowl victory, and he admitted that he was “a little fun.” “So if I pollute my words, I apologize,” Donald said. “I’ve dreamed of this for a long time. We’re world champions. That’s all.” It’s surreal. We’re having a good time. The last team to stand. “
Donald’s future with the Rams has been speculative since Sunday’s Super Bowl victory, and one report suggests that he may be thinking of retiring. Rams coach Sean McVay urged Donald to promise to return to the next season and “run away! Do it!” “We created a super team. Put the super team back.” If you can, why not put it back? ”Donald replied.
Touchdown-winning star wide receiver Super Bowl MVP Coup Park pays homage to the late Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant. “Kobe is part of it. He belonged here and set the standard,” said Kup in a Lakers jersey with Bryant’s name and number. Brian died in 2020 in a helicopter crash in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, Rams veteran offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth, another player reportedly considering retirement at the age of 40, hopes his story will be inspirational. Told. Whitworth joined the Rams in 2017 after Bengals refused to offer him a new long-term contract at the age of 35. crowd.
“For everyone standing there who has doubted himself – five years later, I’m holding this trophy and I’m 40.” Your opinion of someone of you Don’t let it happen. Bet on yourself. World. Damn. Champion. “-AFP
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