Bengals vs. Rams: Which Super Bowl-Bound Team Has the Best Diamond Style?

The competition continues off the field and onto the bling.

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The road to Super Bowl LVI was an exciting one. Upsets and comebacks, retirements and rookies, the 2021-2022 football season had it all. And in the end, it’s all coming down to the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams. Who will take home the biggest win of the season? We’ll have to wait until February 13 to find out, but in the meantime, we’re looking at another competition between the teams: who has the best bling.

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From the Rams’ Odell Beckham Jr. to the Bengals’ rookie Joe Burrow, there is plenty of ice to go around this season. And each teams’ players know how to rock some serious diamonds, turning to jewelers like Moe Diamonds and Gabriel the Jeweler to create custom pieces that honor their team and their commitment.

So which team has the best diamond repertoire? We’ll let you decide with a look below at both the Rams’ and the Bengals’ biggest diamond wearers.

Cincinnati Bengals

Joe Burrow

Rookie quarterback Joe Burrow is having the season of a lifetime with the Bengals, and commemorated it with a diamond ‘JB9‘ chain, which represents his initials and team number. “They’re definitely real,” he said with a laugh when a reporter asked about the necklace at a press conference following the team’s AFC championship win. “I think I make too much money to have fake ones. So these are real.”

Joe Mixon

Bengals running back Joe Mixon is no stranger to diamond bling, having previously been spotted in chains, pendants and in-your-face-rings. But most recently, he’s been sporting a Cuban link chain and iced-out Audemars Piguet watch and diamond ring specially made by Gabriel the Jeweler before the playoffs in Las Vegas.

Ja’Marr Chase

Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase, another rookie, also wears his number loud and proud as a diamond necklace with the words “Chosen 1” running down the pendant in pavé diamonds.

Tee Higgins

Another wide receiver for the Bengals, Tee Higgins has been spotted rocking diamond pendants, chains, studs and tennis bracelets off the field.

Los Angeles Rams

Odell Beckham Jr.

Rams wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is no stranger to diamonds. From pavé chains to iced-out watches to chunky tennis bracelets and necklaces to even dental diamonds, OBJ has done it all. And now, we’re sure he’s hoping to up his collection with the coveted Super Bowl ring.

Jalen Ramsey

Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey always hits up Moe Diamonds to make his custom pieces, like these iced-out Cartier sunglasses. We think a diamond Super Bowl ring would go very nicely with these…

Aaron Donald

Defensive tackle Aaron Donald also goes above and beyond with his diamonds, as evidenced by this matching chain-link bracelet and necklace set from Gabriel the Jeweler and icy sunnies from Moe Diamonds.

Von Miller

A big guy like Von Miller needs big diamonds to match, and this linebacker has plenty of bling, sometimes worn all at once. Diamond necklaces, tennis bracelets, iced-out watches—you name it, he’s worn it.