Top 10 Moments In American Football
The Top Ten
Mike Jones tackled Kevin Dyson on the one yard line as the clock ran out in Super Bowl 34. "The Greatest Show on Turf" St. Louis Rams became Superbowl Champions. - GunsnJets
This is the moment that made the NFL what it is. It's the single most influential on-field moment in the history of the NFL.
Also, people tend to forget how great the Colts were that season. Go look at the season stats and game recaps for the Colts - they were TOTALLY dominant that year. I personally think that the 1968 Colts were one of the top 7-8 teams ever.
Joe Namath Guaranteed the Jets Super Bowl Victory over the Baltimore Colts. The AFL had beaten the NFL in possibly the biggest upset in football history. - GunsnJets
Namath is the greatest QB of Alabama, and Football history!
Nothing else comes close.
Joe Montana throws a game winning touchdown pass to Dwight Clark to launch one of the greatest dynasties of all-time. - GunsnJets
Franco Harris makes an immaculate reception to send the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Super Bowl. - GunsnJets
How is this not number 1?
In possibly the greatest play in sports history, Eli Manning escapes many tackles to throw a pass to David Tyree, who caught the ball in the air with one hand and his helmet. The Giants went on to upset the Patriots in the Super Bowl. - GunsnJets
The Patriots attempted to be the first team to go 19-0, but lost to the Giants in Super Bowl XLII. - GunsnJets
The 1972 Dolphins become the first team to have an undefeated season. - GunsnJets
Holmes caught the ball in an amazing catch in the corner of the end zone to seal a Steelers Victory in Super Bowl XLIII. - GunsnJets
Marcus Allen's Run seals a Super Bowl Victory for the Raiders. - GunsnJets
The Bills beat the Houston Oilers after being down 35-3 in the second half. This sent the Raiders to the Super Bowl. The largest comeback in NFL History. - GunsnJets
Historic for the city
Kurt Warner throws the ball right before a big hit in an amazing pass to Isaac Bruce who scores the Touchdown. - GunsnJets
The Bills had a chance to win their first Super Bowl when it all came down to a field goal, and Scott Norwood kicked it wide right of the goalposts to become the first of the Bills' FOUR consecutive Super Bowl losses.