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Should We Have Boycotted the Super Bowl?

Weighing in on NFL’s biggest night in the aftermath of systemic racism allegations

Photo Capture of NFL logo on football field | Photo Courtesy of CBS Sports

Sunday night kicked off the 56th Super Bowl 2022, with a win from the Los Angeles Rams over the Cincinnati Bengals (23–20). This is the Rams' first Super bowl win since 1999.




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