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Tracking Joe Mixon’s performance in Super Bowl 56 vs. Rams

Joe Mixon hopes to give the Bengals offense a boost. We’ll track his performance throughout Super Bowl 56.

Joe Mixon #28 of the Cincinnati Bengals runs for a touchdown against the Tennessee Titans during the AFC Divisional Playoff at Nissan Stadium on January 22, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee. Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images


Mixon finished with 72 yards on 15 carries in a losing effort for the Bengals.


Mixon has nine carries for 46 yards and four catches for four yards. The Bengals lead the Rams 20-16 but didn’t get much offensively outside of the big play from Joe Burrow to Tee Higgins.


Mixon didn’t do much after that touchdown pass. He finishes the first half with seven rushes for 40 yards, three catches for four yards and one passing touchdown for six yards.

Maybe he didn’t get in the endzone on the ground, but Mixon has a passing TD in Super Bowl 56. He found Tee Higgins to move Cincinnati closer to the Rams.


Mixon finished the first quarter with two carries for 14 yards and one reception for no gain. He’s been targeted through the air twice. The Bengals trail the Rams 7-3.

The Cincinnati Bengals will conclude their impressive player run with a Super Bowl appearance against the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium. The Bengals won a playoff game for the first time since 1990 and decided to parlay that into an AFC championship and a Super Bowl berth. We’ll see if the Bengals continue to make bettors happy, as they’re listed as underdogs once again in this contest.

Running back Joe Mixon has been the most consistent force for Cincinnati this season. He’s been a steady presence in the running game as Joe Burrow gained chemistry with his receivers and had a big season. Mixon finished the regular season with 1,205 yards and 13 touchdowns, but also expanded his game as a receiver. He likely carried his fantasy managers to the playoffs at a minimum, and now he’ll hope to carry Cincinnati to a Super Bowl title.