Way to go, L.A.!
If New York is the city that never sleeps, then L.A. must be the city that always sleeps.
The SoCal city wins its first Super Bowl ever, and yet the streets at the team's "victory parade" were practically empty.
Hmm, maybe they should move the team back to St. Louis. Or Cleveland (note to anyone under age 80 – the Rams actually used to play in Cleveland a very long time ago).
So, what happened? Well, the Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl parade had the most embarrassing turnout in American sports history. CFL celebrations were bigger than this.
When the Los Angeles Rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium to claim the franchise’s second Super Bowl, Rams fans everywhere rejoiced…
All ten of them.
Seriously, that number actually seems generous, as the Rams once again proved that they have one of the NFL’s smallest fanbases during today’s Super Bowl parade in L.A. Based on video footage from the event, either everyone forgot about the parade, or only a couple dozen really cared enough to attend.
Here's the video from BARSTOOLSPORTS: