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BBiiggGGaammeePREDICTIONS .. .. .. pp..1122
Super Bowl CINEMA . . . . . . p. 14
-Favorite Football Films
VALENTINE’S Gift Ideas . . . p. 21
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SUPER BOWL LVI 56
Los Angeles Rams Cincinnati Bengals
12-5, 1st NFC West 10-7, 1st AFC North
Head Coach: Sean McVay STADIUM: SOFI STADIUM Head Coach: Zac Taylor
Points For: 460 (27.1 per game, 7th of 32) INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA Points For: 460 (27.1 per game, 7th of 32)
Points Against: 372 (21.9 per game, 15th of 32) Points Against: 376 (22.1 per game, 17th of 32)
Preseason Super Bowl Odds: +1,200 TIME: : P.M. SUNDAY, FEB. Preseason Super Bowl Odds: +15,000
Super Bowl Wins: 0
Super Bowl Wins: 1 (1999) TV CHANNEL: NBC Key Players: QB Joe Burrow, RB Joe Mixon, WR
Key Players: QB Matthew Sta ord, WR Cooper Ja’Marr Chase, WR Tee Higgins, DE Trey Hen-
Kupp, WR Odell Beckham Jr., T Andrew Whitworth, TV ANNOUNCERS: AL drickson
DT Aaron Donald, CB Jalen Ramsey, LB Von Miller MICHAELS PLAY BY PLAY ,
CRIS COLLINSWORTH COLLOR
FAVORITE: RAMS FAVORED BY
OVER/UNDER: . TOTAL POINTS
NATIONAL ANTHEM: MICKEY
HALF TIME PERFORMERS: DR.
DRE, EMINEM, SNOOP DOGG,
MARY J. BLIGE, KENDRICK
Tale of the Tape
BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER thew Sta ord of the Rams, were taken with nerback Jalen Ramsey. It’s truly “Super Bowl Team All-Pro. is year, Pro Football Focus
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR the rst pick in the NFL Draft—Burrow in or bust” for the Rams, who won’t have an- rated them as the best players at their respec-
2020 and Sta ord in 2009. e last time this other rst-round pick until 2024. tive positions.
HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE. For happened was in 2016, when Cam Newton
the second consecutive year, a team will play faced o against Peyton Manning. GOING ALL IN. In the middle of the A SEASON FOR THE BOOKS. On
the Super Bowl in its home stadium. e season, the Rams also traded away their sec- the other side of the ball, Rams wide re-
Los Angeles Rams did it this year and the CHANGE OF SCENERY. For the ond- and third-round picks in the 2022 draft ceiver Cooper Kupp led the league with 145
Tampa Bay Buccaneers did it last year. No rst 12 years of his career, Matthew Staf- for linebacker Von Miller. A future Hall of catches,1,947 yards,and 16 touchdowns.He
team had done it for the rst 54 years of the ford played for the Detroit Lions. Despite Famer with 115.5 career sacks, Miller won
Super Bowl. four winning seasons, the team did not win the Super Bowl MVP for the Denver Bron- nished just 4 catches and 17 yards short of
a playo game during that time.Sta ord has cos in 2016. breaking both NFL records.
EVENLY MATCHED. Over 17 reg- already won three playo games in his rst
ular-season games, the Rams and the Ben- year with the Rams. THE BEST IN THE GAME. Miller ROOKIE RECORD BREAKER.
gals scored the same number of points. On MORTGAGING THE FUTURE. joined a Rams defense with some of the best Not to be outdone, Bengals wide receiver
defense, the Bengals allowed just four more players in the game. Defensive tackle Aaron Ja’Marr Chase broke two rookie records:
points than the Rams. e Rams acquired Sta ord for two rst- Donald has won three Defensive Player of most receiving yards in a game (266) and
round draft picks. e franchise also traded the Year awards (2020, 2018, 2017) and cor- most receiving yards in a postseason (290),
TOP PICKS. Both starting quarter- away two rst-round picks to acquire cor- nerback Jalen Ramsey is a three-time First-
backs, Joe Burrow of the Bengals and Mat- SEE MATCHUP PAGE 19
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HALSTON MEDIA SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT Editor’s Note
The Sta Dear Readers, think this is my favorite issue so far, awe- literally, but down memory lane to give us
February marks two major events: e some job everyone!” And I mean it every a list of the all-time favorite football mov-
EDITORIAL TEAM time. ies. Of course,Tom takes it up a notch and
Vim Wilkinson Big Game and Valentine’s Day. conducts a poll. I must say, we have an im-
As an editor, it is challenging to package I can safely say that I will be saying it pressive list.
Special Sections Editor again.
[email protected] these two distinctively di erent themes in It doesn’t stop there; our high school
one issue for the readers. If you are reading e whole Halston Media’s team played football stars, the coaches, community
Advertising Team this, that means we pulled it o . Here’s a a part in this month’s endeavor. e town members and business owners have all
little behind the scenes look into the pro- paper editors, the sales team, our writers chipped in for a solid Big Game Predic-
Paul Forhan duction of Hudson Valley Living, speci - and our creative team came through for tions section. So don’t miss the very con-
914-806-3951 • [email protected] cally this month’s issue. vincing quotes and analysis from the youth
e Big Game issue. It was truly a Halston and our seasoned fans that ll up our center
Bruce Heller After we wrap up production for the Media ‘family a air.’ spread.
monthly Hudson Valley Living — usually
914-486-7608 • [email protected] on a late Friday evening, I settle down with We have “ e Matchup” by Brian And on the other spectrum, we have
a glass of wine, feeling completely proud of Marschhauser, editor of Yorktown News managed to package the Valentine’s Day
Corinne Stanton this publication and grateful for a creative and e Katonah-Lewisboro Times, who content to celebrate the special day. Even
914-760-7009 • [email protected] team that exceeds my expectations. I send is known for his solid reporting. Brian our baking columnist,Selvia Tjandra,man-
out a text to the team. My text reads, “I has written the perfect matchup piece. It aged to whip up cakes from the two themes.
Lisa Kain includes every detail of Super Bowl LVI,
201-317-1139 • [email protected] down to the TV announcers. He even It is just one of those things that falls
managed to get an interview with the Rams in place when you least expect it. We are
Shelley Kilcoyne equipment director, a John Jay/North Sa- so excited for e Big Game issue to hit
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Tom Walogorsky, editor of e Somers Read on!
Jay Gussak Record and North Salem News, added -Vim Wilkinson
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