Ranking The 56 Best Players In Super Bowl LVI

34. Taylor Rapp, S, Los Angeles

Taylor Rapp entered Championship week with a questionable designation, but ultimately sat out the victory over the San Francisco 49ers. With two extra weeks to rest, there’s a good chance we see Rapp return to the field for the Super Bowl. The Rams desperately need his help in the secondary with Jordan Fuller already on IR. Rapp’s presence will reduce the role of Eric Weddle and provide a bit more stability against a dangerous group of Cincinnati pass catchers.

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33. Greg Gaines, DL, Los Angeles

Injuries up front have led to Greg Gaines receiving an increased role, and the former Washington Huskie has taken advantage of the opportunity. Gaines ended the year strong, but he’s taken it to another level in the postseason. The fourth-round pick has made plays throughout each of LA’s three playoff wins. Additionally, Gaines is an exceptionally savvy player. When Rams defensive back Travin Howard intercepted Jimmy Garoppolo on the final drive, Gaines tackled his own teammate to ensure LA’s offense could take the field and drain the clock. That’s just solid football IQ.

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