Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay came from a football family. His dad, Tim McVay, played college football, while his grandfather, the great John McVay has five Super Bowl rings as general manager of the San Francisco 49ers.

So growing up surrounded by the game, the youngest McVay probably envisioned that one day, his moment will come too. On Sunday night, it finally came. He led the Rams over the Cincinnati Bengals to win Super Bowl LVI in front of their home fans at SoFi Stadium.

Aside from giving the Rams their first NFL championship since 1999, McVay also set a new NFL record by being the youngest coach to win the Super Bowl at 36 years old.

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McVay won the Super Bowl crown at 36 years and 20 days old, beating the previous record of Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin who was 36 years and 10 months old when they beat the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII.

McVay, who started as an assistant offensive coordinator with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2008, has truly come a long way, but he deflected credit to his players after the Rams' memorable victory over the Bengals (via ESPN).

“Those guys just did a great job. They took over that game.”

The trophy case of the McVay family needs more room.