The Best Super Bowl Moments of All Time

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The Super Bowl is played every year and some are more memorable than others. Regardless of the teams, something typically happens that goes down in history. Here are some of the best.
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Going to Disney World

This phrase was coined during Super Bowl XXI and has been used by winner ever since.
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Greatest Catch

Super Bowl X claims the best catch in Super Bowl history when Lynn Swann, of the Steelers, leaped high to catch a pass thrown by Terry Bradshaw.
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Power Outage

During Super Bowl XLVII, the power went out in the New Orleans stadium, delaying the game by nearly 40 minutes.
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Full Moon

During Super Bowl XX, the Bears quarterback pulled his pants down and mooned a helicopter flying overhead during warmups.
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Missing Center

The day before Super Bowl XXXVII, Barrett Robbins went missing. After ending up at a bar in Tijuana, the center checked himself into the hospital for depression.
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Gate Crasher

When the Cowboys won Super Bowl XII, Dion Rich, a famous gatecrasher, was there to help carry coach Tom Landry off the field.
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The Super Bowl Shuffle

In 1985, just before Super Bowl XX, the Chicago Bears recorded a rap song that actually had a spot on the Billboard charts. They won the Super Bowl that year too.
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Final Play

During Super Bowl XXXVI, the score was tied, but the Patriots made a field goal just as the clock ran out. This is the only time in Super Bowl history that a winning play was made at the buzzer.
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Helmet Catch

Catching a football between a hand and the helmet doesn’t happen often, but it helped the Giants win Super Bowl XLII.
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Super Bowl Murder

In the midst of the Super Bowl XXXIV happenings, Ray Lewis was fighting murder charges, which were later dropped.
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