Bengals vs Rams Super Bowl LVI announcers for TV and live stream

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It’s Super Bowl Sunday! The Cincinnati Bengals take on the Los Angeles Rams to determine who the best team in the NFL is.

While many Bengals fans are gearing up to watch the team in the big game for the first time in their lives, non-Bengals and non-Rams fans are looking forward to what should hopefully be a good game.

One question some might have is — Who’s on the call for Super Bowl LVI?

Who is calling Bengals vs. Rams in Super Bowl LVI?

With the game airing on NBC (they have everything big going on right now with the Olympics currently going on as well), the announcers in the booth for this game will be Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth. Michele Tafoya and Kathryn Tappen will handle sideline duties while Terry McAuley will serve as the rules analyst.

This could be the final game for Michaels with NBC, as his contract is set to expire and there have been rumors about him moving to Amazon to call Thursday night games next season. Tafoya announced she was leaving in January and wanted to pursue other things. All of this information was noted in Andy Masur of Barrett Sports Media‘s article.

It’s been a lot of fun listening to Michaels and Tafoya over the years and NBC’s broadcasting team could look much different in 2022. Mike Tirico is someone who’d probably be the favorite to replace Michaels.

I’m glad this game is on NBC so that Michaels and Tafoya’s final games will be on the brightest stage. It doesn’t hurt that they’ll be talking about the Bengals either.

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Super Bowl LVI is slated to kick off at 6:30 EST on Sunday evening.