NFL Super Bowl 2011: It’s Over, Who Do We Want To See Next Season?

February 8, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

NFL fans have been lucky enough to see eight straight Super Bowls that were within seven points at some point in the fourth quarter.
Recent Super Bowls have been instant classics, like in Super Bowl XLIII, when the Arizona Cardinals scored 16 fourth-quarter points to go ahead 23-20 with 2:37 left, only to have the Pittsburgh Steelers' Santonio Holmes make an incredible game-winning catch with 35 seconds to play.
Or, Super Bowl XLII, when Eli Manning of the New York Giants somehow scrambled to avoid being sacked, threw it for 32 yards to David Tyree, who made an amazing one-handed catch, and pinned the ball against his helmet to avoid the ground. Then, Manning aired it out to Plaxico Burress for a touchdown, to pull off a stunning upset and end the New England Patriots' attempt at the elusive perfect season.
Or, how about Super Bowl XLIV, when the New Orleans Saints put up 15 unanswered fourth-quarter points against Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts, uniting the c...

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