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    Most Memorable Plays in Super Bowl History...

    10 (tie). Adam Vinatieri



    10 (tie). Scott Norwood



    9. John Riggins

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    "I'd knock your brains out, then pick them up later."

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    As a 'Skins fan, John Riggins run was orgasmic. Yelling and screaming. Fantastic.

    No way I'd count a FG, made or missed.

    For me, the Tyree catch.

    Also, never forget Jackie Smith dropping a TD pass in XIII. That's 13. The roman numerals are stupid.

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    I wanted to include more defense. Other plays I considered included Herb Adderley in I, 65 Toss Power Trap, and the 29 td sack of Griese. Bradshaw to Stallworth in XIV to give Pit the lead also works. And of course, Leon Lett.

    But, key word is memorable. Not much more memorable than Norwood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trumpetbdw View Post
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    THIS is the most memorable play in SuperBowl history. Joe Namath guaranteees an AFL win poolside to reporters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darvon View Post


    THIS is the most memorable play in SuperBowl history. Joe Namath guaranteees an AFL win poolside to reporters.
    But he didn't guarantee the win poolside to reporters. He guaranteed it at a banquet prior to the game when a Colts player yelled up to him that they were going to kick the Jets backside. Namath responded with the infamous "I've got news for you. We're gonna win the game, I guarantee it. Then, in 35 years, I'm gonna get liquored up and kiss Suzy Kolber on live television."

    You just wanted an excuse to show a topless Namath with the ever-stylish plaid swim trunks
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    I was a Cowboys fan as a kid. Watching that ball bounce off Jackie Smith's chest was the most painful moment of this young sports fans' life. Talk about a choke job.
    Screw you guys, I'm going home.

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    [QUOTE=Trumpetbdw;94597]4. Santonio Holmes



    Funny, this is exactly how I remember the play unfolding...
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