It could be the hot game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl 56.
With Los Angeles in the midst of a heatwave, it could be 85 degrees F when the toe meets the skin at 3:30 p.m. PT. If so, this will be the hottest Super Bowl match in the event’s history. While most of the SoFi stadiums in Inglewood, California are enclosed, it’s not really a dome, so the warm-up game won’t be at the ideal temperature during the afternoon viewing time frame. late.
While both teams will have time to adjust, who will enjoy playing this game in the mid-80s?
Super Bowl 56 could have record-setting temperatures as it kicks off on Sunday
If this is a typical week, there’s no doubt about it, the hot weather will be a big plus for the Rams. While it’s unreasonably high in Southern California, the game is being played in Greater Los Angeles as it typically takes place in the mid-’70s at this time of year. As for Cincinnati, the Bengal team may be from Southern Ohio, but they play in the AFC North known for its harsh winter climate.
However, as both teams are in California a few days before the game, the Bengals and Rams will have time to adjust to record-setting temperatures. The Rams may be more used to it than the Bengalis, but it’s not as big of an advantage as one might think due to the acclimatization process. In terms of how it could affect play on the field, the advantage could come to the two teams quicker.
Given the Rams’ big advantage of being in the trenches, this weather could really help Cincinnati.
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