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Super Bowl XLIV
Saints defensive back Tracy Porter races toward the end zone with a 74-yard touchdown after intercepting Colts quarterback Peyton Manning in the final minutes to seal New Orleans' 31-17 victory in the franchise's first NFL title.
Super Bowl XLIII
Down 23-20 in the final minutes of Super Bowl XLIII (the first time the Arizona Cardinals had the lead), Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Santonio Holmes made an amazing touchdown reception over THREE Cardinals defenders with 35 seconds left to play in the game.
During the play, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger froze the defense with a pump fake and later found Holmes in the corner of the end zone.
Steelers 27, Cardinals 23
Super Bowl XLII
On a game-winning drive, the New York Giants left NFL fans with two unforgettable moments -- in one play. Giants receiver David Tyree became a household name when quarterback Eli Manning escaped a pile of New England Patriots' defenders to launch a throw in the middle of the field that Tyree would catch with the side of his helmet.
The Patriots entered the game undefeated and appeared to be joining the 1972 Dolphins as the only teams to undergo an undefeated season, but fell short as the Giants escaped Super Bowl XLII with a 17-14 victory.
Super Bowl XXXVIII
The fourth quarter of Super Bowl XXXVIII featured the highest scoring quarter (37) in Super Bowl history. Three of those points came with seconds remaining on the clock as New England Patriots kicker Adam Vinatieri made a 41-yard field goal with four seconds remaining in the game giving the Patriots a 32-29 win over the Carolina Patriots.
Super Bowl XXXVI
Never in the history of the Super Bowl had a game been won with a field goal on the final play of the game.
That would all change in Super Bowl XXXVI when New England Patriots kicker Adam Vinatieri nailed a 48-yard field goal as time expired.
Patriots 20, Rams 17
Super Bowl XXXIV
Super Bowl XXXIV came down to the wire as Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair threw a quick pass to wide receiver Kevin Dyson, who caught the ball in stride at the St. Louis Rams' 3-yard line but failed to get the ball into the end zone because he was tackled by the Rams' Mike Jones on the final play.
Rams 23, Titans 16.
Super Bowl XXXII
With the game tied in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XXXII, Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway led his team down the field and put them into scoring position.
Broncos running back Terrell Davis walked into the end zone to give Denver a 31-24 lead with just 1:45 remaining in the game.
The win gave Elway his first Super Bowl win in his career.
Super Bowl XXV
Super Bowl XXV witnessed two lead changes in the fourth quarter and a chance for a third with seconds left in the game.
Down 20-19, Buffalo Bills kicker Scott Norwood had a chance to win the game and give the Bills their first Super Bowl in franchise history. However, Norwood missed the 47-yard field goal on the last play of the game allowing the Giants to win the game 20-19.
Super Bowl XXIII
Down 16-13 in Super Bowl XXIII to the Cincinnati Bengals, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana needed 11 plays to go 92 yards for a touchdown. The game winning score came when 49ers wide receiver John Taylor caught a 10-yard touchdown with 34 seconds remaining.
49ers 20, Bengals 13
Super Bowl X
In Super Bowl X the Pittsburgh Steelers became the third franchise to win back-to-back Super Bowls. But it did not come easy.
With a little over a minute to play in the game, Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach attempted to lead Dallas to a game winning touchdown. But the Steelers defense intercepted a pass on the final play of the game in the end zone.
Steelers 21, Cowboys 17
Super Bowl VII
The Miami Dolphins entered Super Bowl VII undefeated and were playing for a chance to become the first undefeated team ever during the Super Bowl era.
During the first half, Miami's defense only allowed the Redskins to cross midfield one time.
Miami would go on and defeat Washington 14-7.
Super Bowl V
The Dallas Cowboys were ahead of the Baltimore Colts 13-6 at the half. However, two interceptions by Rick Volk and Mike Curtis of the Colts helped set up a touchdown and also a game winning 32-yard field goal by rookie kicker Jim O'Brien in the final seconds of the game.
Colts 16, Dallas 13
Super Bowl III
Super Bowl III started off with a little controversy. New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath guaranteed a victory over the heavily favored Baltimore Colts, the same Colts team that only suffered one defeat all season long.
Namath and the Jets got out to a 16-0 lead over the Colts and would go on to win 16-7, leading the AFL to its first Super Bowl victory.