Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp won the Super Bowl MVP on Sunday as the Rams took down the Bengals 23-20.
Kupp caught eight passes and racked up 92 yards in the big game, helping quarterback Matthew Stafford win his first Super Bowl. He also had four receptions for 39 yards on the game-winning drive, including a 1-yard touchdown pass with 1:25 remaining to seal the game.
"It just goes down to this team, the way we prepared, the way trusted each other, love each other. I don’t feel deserving of this," said Kupp after the win.
Kupp had an outstanding regular season, leading the NFL in catches, receiving yards and touchdowns.
Kupp joined Randy Moss and Jerry Rice as the only receivers to ever catch 21 touchdown passes in a season.
He becomes the first non-QB Super Bowl MVP winner since Julian Edelman won it for Super Bowl LIII.