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The only Super Bowl 56 prediction that matters has been made. YouTube streamer and Complexity member Timothy “TimTheTatman” John Betar recently tweeted out who he believes will win the Super Bowl in 2022. This prediction was requested by fans around the world, as Tim has built up a reputation for being a sports curse in recent months.

His cursing powers were on full display last weekend during the AFC and NFC Championship games. Tim picked the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers to advance to the Super Bowl as a result of those games. Of course, the exact opposite happened, extending the streamer’s prediction record to 0-6 in the 2021 NFL playoffs. During this streak of predictions, Tim picked Tampa Bay to beat LA, Green Bay to beat San Francisco and Buffalo to beat Kansas City, among others. It’s simple: If you want your team to win a certain game, TimTheTatman can’t pick them to win.

The Cincinnati Bengals and LA Rams will face off in Los Angeles at SoFi Stadium on Feb. 13 in Super Bowl 56. TimTheTatman has made his pick to win and it’s not looking good for the home crowd.

TimTheTatman tweets his Super Bowl pick

In a response to Twitter Sports’ promotion for the game, Tim made his pick. “Rams will win the Super Bowl.”

Twitter Sports is apparently allowing some predictions from their tweet to go up on the roof of SoFi Stadium, which is fully electronic. Tim had six words or less for his prediction and he chose the LA Rams to win it all.

The Rams are the second team in a row to play the Super Bowl in their home stadium. Last year, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers played in Super Bowl 55 in their home stadium, beating the Kansas City Chiefs in a blowout. It seems TimTheTatman thinks Super Bowl 56 will end in a similar fashion.

Whether Tim is fully embracing his curse, and actually wants the Bengals to win, or whether he is legitimately picking the Rams is unknown. However, it’s safe to say that NFL bettors everywhere might be placing their bets on Cincinnati solely because of TimTheTatman’s prediction. Even Tim’s own stream moderator, Wipz, bet against his picks last weekend and won big.

Super Bowl 56 takes place at 6:30 p.m. EST on Feb. 13.

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