Two years ago, the Cincinnati Bengals were the NFL’s worst team with only two wins the entire season.
Now, they’re headed to the Super Bowl to face the Los Angeles Rams.
The Bengals rallied from an 18-point hole to beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday 27-24 in an overtime stunner for a trip to the big game.
Then, in another nail-biter Sunday night, the Rams overcome a 10-point second-half deficit and took the NFC crown with a 20-17 victory over San Francisco thanks to a 30-yard field goal with 1:46 remaining.
The Bengals have never won a Super Bowl; The Rams only once in 1999.
Both teams have high-powered offenses, but with the Rams getting to play in their home stadium – do they automatically have the edge?