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Rasmussen Reports released a national phone and online survey that shows 48 percent of American adults who regularly follow the NFL believe the Los Angeles Rams will defeat the Cincinnati Bengals in today’s Super Bowl.

Forty percent said they think the Bengals, who beat the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game, will win the title. Twelve percent said they are not sure.


Interestingly, just 33 percent said football is their favorite sport to follow. That’s an eight-point drop since 2017 and 20 points lower from 2012.

Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Bucs recently announced his retirement from the league. The legendary signal-caller won seven Super Bowls. Fifty-five percent of fans who follow the NFL at least weekly said Brady is the greatest quarterback in history. Just 28 percent disagreed.

For those of you who are still watching the NFL, enjoy the game.

PREDICTION: Los Angeles Rams 31, Cincinnati Bengals 17

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