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Super Bowl XXXI: Packers 35, Patriots 21Reggie White is strong. Desmond Howard is fast. Brett Favre, he throws like a man and runs around cheering like a little boy. The Patriots? Well, sadly, my friends, the Pats can’t quite get over the feeling that they’re playing the classically outfitted Green Bay Packers while wearing what are maybe the most poorly conceived (and least intimidating) uniforms in Super Bowl history. There’s a good chance the thoughts in my head will exit my mouth don’t say I didn’t warn you shirt, hoodie, tank top
Super Bowl XXXII: Broncos 31, Packers 24Late in the game, and near the goal line, Elway made a desperate lunge for the first down and ended up getting spun like a whirligig — it was a nice symbolic moment; all kinds of hunger and exorcism of past disappointments in it. Terrell Davis didn’t need symbolism — he was literally unstoppable.
Packers were almost as good as the two of them. Game was close and tense throughout.
Super Bowl XXXIII: Broncos 34, Falcons 19Two highlights (both off the field): Eugene Robinson pulls a Max McGee (but everybody scolds him for it because, well, he gets hosed on a couple of deep routes and so actually looks hung-over), and the Monster.Com “When I Grow Up” commercial debuts — the one where innocent kids look into the camera and share their dreams of being brown-nosers and middle managers.
Super Bowl XXXIV: Rams 23, Titans 16This is the one. One stalwart effort from Steve McNair. One minute and 54 seconds left when Kurt Warner and Isaac Bruce connected on a 73-yard score to take the lead. One yard between Kevin Dyson and the Titans taking it back and taking the game into OT. One guy named Mike Jones in his way.
Super Bowl XXXV: Ravens 34, Giants 7A bad game played by two terrible offensive teams, saved only by a fluke sequence in the third quarter when the teams traded touchdowns on three consecutive plays (an interception return and back-to-back kickoff returns).