My Favorite Superbowls


This list isn’t me ranking the all time Superbowl games but just me pointing out my favorites that I’ve witnessed over the years.

Superbowl XXXII Denver Broncos vs Green Bay Packers

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Even though I grew up to become a die hard Chicago Bears fan, Steve Young and Brett Favre were my quarterbacks growing up. Seeing Favre and John Elway go at it made the first Superbowl I remember special. Even though the Packers had weapons on offense (Antonio Freeman and Dorsey Levens), but nobody was touching Terrell Davis that year. I remember that game came down to the wire with a Broncos win.

Superbowl XXXIV St Louis Rams vs Tennessee Titans

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The “Greatest Show On Turf” is arguably the greatest offense in NFL history. Engineered by Kurt Warner, him, Issac Bruce, Marshall Faulk, and Torry Holt set were bobbing and weaving while setting NFL records. The Titans came up a yard short in the final seconds of sending the game into over

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*ALL OF THE SUPERBOWLS INVOLVING THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS AND TOM BRADY HAVE BEEN GOOD. ALSO I WOULD MENTION LAST YEAR’S SUPERBOWL BUT PETE CARROLL MESSED THAT UP*

Superbowl XLI Indianapolis Colts vs Chicago Bears

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Even though my favorite team lost, just the fact they I’ve witnessed them being there (and Devin Hester run the opening kick off back for a touchdown) made it a special. My dad recorded and kept showing me the 85′ Bears Superbowl XX when they dismantled the New England Patriots. Hopefully one day they will win one in my lifetime.

Superbowl XLIII Pittsburgh Steelers vs Arizona Cardinals

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This game was very exciting. Kurt Warner revived his career in Arizona after disappearing when he left St Louis. Him and arguably the most underrated wide receiver tandem in NFL history (Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin) didn’t disappoint on the big stage. However, Santonio Holmes didn’t disappoint either with one of the best game winning touchdown catches in Superbowl history.

Superbowl XLIV New Orleans Saints vs Indianapolis Colts

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This was probably the most meaningful Superbowl win for a team in recent memory. Just about 3 years removed from Hurricane Katrina, Drew Brees and that explosive offense handed Peyton Manning his first Superbowl loss.

JGOOD

7 thoughts on “My Favorite Superbowls

  1. Hey, thanks for the follow. I don’t know if you were ever a Michael Jordan fan ? You spoke about having a pair of iverson shoes in one of your posts. Well, long story short, my family in Miami work in vintage clothing and last year they found a pair of limited edition (only 3000) MK trainers. I must take a pic to show you. I found out he used to get fined something like $3000 per game if he didn’t wear the right brand of shoes. I’ve always loved basket ball. I think I got hooked on it after watching ‘Space Jam’ and ‘White men can’t’ jump’ with Woody and Snipes Epic film. –

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    1. Michael Jordan is the reason why I love basketball. He is the greatest! Those movies are classics. They are definitely in my top 10 sports movie. I wasn’t aware about the $3000 fine at all. Thanks for the insight and I would love to see a picture of the shoes.

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  2. I agree with u about the NewOrleans win being special for the timing and his the city needed it!
    And hope u get to see your Bears get there and get a ring someday soon! I have watched “sugar foot” make some of those return runs and enjoyed it so much!
    Anyhow – looking forward to a good game tomorrow – hope so at least –

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  3. I didn’t know anything at all about this year’s Superbowl, until my dad filled me in while we were talking on the phone. I only knew that the Broncos were playing, because I saw a man at the store in a Broncos jacket. 🙂 (But now I know that Peyton Manning is the Broncos; and that Cam Newton is the Panthers! I’m so informed!)

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