Take a look back at memorable moments from past NFL title games:
Super Bowl I McGee, Starr Connect For First Super Bowl TD Green Bay's Max McGee catches a 37-yard pass from Bart Starr to score the first touchdown in Super Bowl history. The Packers earn the first crown with a 35-10 win over Kansas City.
Super Bowl II Lombardi's Last Game The Packers carry coach Vince Lombardi off the field after his final game, a 33-14 victory over Oakland.
Super Bowl III Namath's No. 1 After guaranteeing a victory in Super Bowl III, Joe Namath and the Jets top the Baltimore Colts 16-7. Namath holds up his index finger to show who's No. 1 as he runs off the field.
Super Bowl XV Norwood Misses FG Trailing the Giants 20-19, the Bills get themselves into field-goal territory with eight seconds left in the game. But Scott Norwood's 47-yard attempt goes wide to the right, handing the Giants the narrow victory.
Super Bowl XX William "Fridge" Perry Scores TD Acting as a tailback, William "Refrigerator" Perry plows through the New England defense to score on a 1-yard touchdown run. The Bears top the Patriots 46-10.
Super Bowl XXIII Montana to Taylor For 49ers Victory Trailing the Bengals 16-13 with 39 seconds on the clock, 49ers' quarterback Joe Montana finds John Taylor in the end zone for a score and a 20-16 victory.
Super Bowl XXVII Lett Loses Ball Dallas' Leon Lett recovers a fumble and is about to score when Buffalo's Don Beebe knocks the ball out of the hands of Lett, who was showboating as he was about to across the goal line. Dallas still beats the Bills 52-17.
Super Bowl XXXIV Dyson Falls Short Down 23-16 to St. Louis with six seconds left, Steve McNair connects with wide receiver Kevin Dyson in the game's final play. Dyson makes the catch at the 3-yard line, but he's stopped at the 2 by Rams' linebacker Mike Jones.
Super Bowl XXXVI Vinatieri Gives Patriots A Victory Tied 17-17, New England quarterback Tom Brady engineers a drive to put the Patriots in field-goal position with seven seconds left on the clock. Clutch kicker Adam Vinatieri connects on the 48-yard attempt, giving New England a 20-17 win over the Rams, and its first-ever NFL title.
Super Bowl XXXVIII Janet Jackson's Wardrobe Malfunction Janet Jackson turns in one of the most memorable Super Bowl halftime shows when she has a wardrobe malfunction during her performance with Justin Timberlake.
Super Bowl XXXVIII Super Bowl's Longest Play Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme connects with Muhsin Muhammad for an 85-yard touchdown to complete the longest play from scrimmage in Super Bowl history. The Panthers fall to New England 32-29.
Super Bowl XLIII Steelers Make Comeback Of Their Own Having burst out to a 20-7 lead over the Arizona Cardinals, the Pittsburgh Steelers saw their lead vanish, falling behind 23-20 with less than three minutes left in the game. Ben Roethlisberger capped a 78-yard drive by throwing a six-yard pass to Santonio Holmes, taking back the lead for good with 35 seconds left in the game.
Super Bowl XLIV Saints Finally Break Through After trailing the Indianapolis Colts for the entire first half, the New Orleans Saints took the lead briefly in the third quarter and then scored again with less than 6 minutes left in the fourth quarter to take a 24-17 lead. During Peyton Manning's ensuing drive into New Orleans territory, Tracy Porter intercepted a pass for the first takeaway of the game and returned it 74 yards for a touchdown, basically sealing the 31-17 victory for the Saints, who won their first title in the team's first Super Bowl appearance.
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