In this episode, Alex Bleuel and I breakdown Sunday's Super Bowl LVI between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals. First, we give out our keys to this Sunday's Super Bowl. Alex does the defensive keys, and I explain the offensive keys. Alex starts by explaining how the Rams need to pressure Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow and limit Joe Mixon's ability. Defensive stars Aaron Donald and Von Miller's pressure can limit superstar rookie Ja'Marr Chase's effectiveness on this game. For LA's offense, Matthew Stafford's play will determine this game. Unlike the regular season where Stafford threw 17 interceptions, he has thrown just one INT in three playoff games. I would not at all be surprised if Rams coach Sean McVay followed the WildCard script with more running and giving Stafford fewer, easier throws. With Cincinnati, he believes the Bengals need to make Stafford uncomfortable and force mistakes. By shutting down LA's run game, the Bengals can force Stafford in more mistakes. I believe the Bengals need to protect Joe Burrow. After allowing 51 Burrow sacks in the regular season and nine in a playoff win against the Tennessee Titans, the Bengals' offensive line needs its best day against Donald and Miller. With SoFi Stadium getting ready to host LA's first Super Bowl in 29 years, we talk about our favorite Super Bowl venues. I pick Glendale's State Farm Stadium as my ideal Super Bowl host. Alex picks Miami's Hard Rock Stadium as the NFL's best Super Bowl/party venue. We then test out each other's Super Bowl knowledge with some Super Bowl trivia. With the NFL Pro Football Hall of fame announcing the 2022 class tomorrow night, we each talk about one guy from our favorite team. Dylan wants long-time Jacksonville Jaguars tackle Tony Boseli. Alex wants long-time Miami Dolphins linebacker Zach Thomas. Finally, we share our Super Bowl picks. While there is plenty of agreement, we differ on which teams wins Super Bowl LVI. Alex likes Burrow and the Bengals to continue this unbelievable road towards the Lombardi Trophy. I like the Rams to win their first NFL title in LA since 1951. I believe the Rams are better and can control both lines of scrimmage - meaning Stafford should have a cleaner pocket than Burrow.