The clock is ticking.
Tonight Super Bowl history will be made again.
February 2, 2014 - Super Bowl XLVIII
(#12 of 12)
When Pittsburgh Steelers’ WR Santonio Holmes’ caught a 6-yard game-winning TD catch with only :35 on the clock.
February 1, 2009 — Super Bowl XLIII
(#11 of 12)
When the New Orleans Saints recovered a surprise onside kick on the second half kickoff to take the lead and eventually the W from the Indianapolis Colts.
February 7, 2010 — Super Bowl XLIV
(#10 of 12)
14 years ago today, St. Louis Rams’ linebacker Mike Jones tackled Tennessee Titans wide-receiver Kevin Dyson at the one-yard line — stopping a potential game-tying TD and securing the Rams’ Super Bowl victory.
January 30, 2000 — Super Bowl XXXIV
(#9 of 12)
When New England Patriots’ placekicker Adam Vinatieri nailed a game-winning, 48-yard field goal.
Feb 3, 2002 — Super Bowl XXXVI
(#8 of 12)
When Washington Redskins’ John Riggins broke through the Miami Dolphins’ defense on 4th & 1 to score a TD and take the lead.
January 30, 1983 — Super Bowl XVII
(#7 out of 12)
With :34 left on the clock, this 10-yard touchdown pass secured the San Francisco 49ers’ win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
January 22, 1989 - Super Bowl XXIII
(#6 out of 12)
28 years ago today, Chicago Bears’ William Perry became the largest running back to score a TD in Super Bowl history.
January 26, 1986 — Super Bowl XX
(#5 of 12)
It’s been 16 years since John Elway got clobbered by two [Green Bay Packers] defenders. Even that huge double-hit couldn’t stop Elway from getting the [Denver Broncos] a 1st down and the Super Bowl win.
January 25, 1998 — Super Bowl XXXII
(#4 of 12)