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How Bowles’ Buccaneers D was built
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Devin White celebrates after recovering a fumble against the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game In the modern NFL, the 'shut-down' defense is rare. It's simply hard to stop opponents from scoring points. All but four offenses in the league averaged over 20 points per game this season, and five teams managed over 30 (the most ever). 4:17 Take a look at how the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made it to Super Bowl LV Take a look at how the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made it to Super Bowl LV So what do we want from a defensive unit? It's not to stop the opponent completely, instead more about providing your offense with one or two extra possessions per game with important stops or turnovers. Be opportunistic. Be confusing. Cause chaos.A scheme alone won't cut it. The Andy Reids of the world can mastermind a plan to take advantage of holes there. Got great individual players? There will always be a weak link, and we know a Tom Brady (or Patrick Mahomes) will pick on that player time and time again. Introducing... The All-Star Kansas City offense As the Kansas City Chiefs look to ice their 'Run it back' tour, we delve into the NFL's gyrating, jet-heeled juggernaut pushing the boundaries of offensive football. A 'great' defense in today's NFL swarms you. It has speed, it rushes to the ball, and it forces turnovers. Get to the quarterback, make them make mistakes, and step up on important downs.This season, and specifically in the postseason, Todd Bowles' Buccaneers defense has done just that.In the Wild Card round against Washington, Sean Murphy-Bunting's first-quarter interception directly led to an Antonio Brown touchdown and a 9-0 lead. Tampa Bay forced four three-and-outs and came up big on fourth down with two minutes remaining to get the ball back. Tom Brady: Reborn in Tampa Bay Tom Brady, at the remarkable age of 43, enjoyed a rebirth in Tampa Bay in 2020, and is now looking to add to his Super Bowl legacy on Sunday. In New Orleans, the defensive unit ran rampant. Murphy-Bunting's pick put the Bucs at the three-yard line. Touchdown. Devin White scooped up a Jared Cook fumble and took it across midfield late in the third quarter. What happened on the ensuing possession? Touchdown. Two possessions later, White had an interception of his own and reached New Orleans' 20-yard line. Within four plays, Tom Brady found the end zone.It certainly continued in the NFC Championship game. Murphy-Bunting's interception led to a score, as did White's fumble recovery, and the D stepped up to force two three-and-outs in the fourth quarter before holding Aaron Rodgers and company out of the end zone (for three downs, at least) in their final possession.This is the modern NFL winning defense, and these are the people who make it tick.Defensive coordinator Todd Bowles joined the Buccaneers along with head coach Bruce Arians in 2019 (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara) Todd Bowles is what we can safely call an NFL veteran. Eight seasons as a player (including a Super Bowl win). 20 seasons as a coach - four as a head coach and four as defensive coordinator. He knows what he is doing.In his two years with the Bucs, he has worked wonders. He took a unit that was bottom nine in yards against (383.4), passing yards against (259.4), rushing yards against (123.9) and points against (29.2) in 2018 and has turned them into one of the league's elite.2019 saw Bowles' emphasis on stopping the run immediately become reality as they held opponents to a league-low 73.8 yards per game on the ground. But the passing D showed no improvement, finishing 30th out of 32 with over 270 yards per game allowed. Bucs setting the example for diversity in NFL Bucs coach Lori Locust feels more women would have been in the NFL this season were it not for COVID and has hailed the franchise for setting the example on diversity. It left the team middle of the pack in terms of overall yardage against (343.9, 15th) but they weren't helped by Jameis Winston and the calamitous attack. The offense gave the ball away a massive 41 times in 2019 - by far the most in the NFL - and opponents capitalised. The Bucs allowed 28.1 points per game, 28th in the league.This season, the improvement has been clear, and they owe some thanks to Brady and the offense turning the ball over just 17 times. Tampa Bay ranked in the top 10 in yards against, points against, sacks, interceptions, and forced fumbles. They retained their title of the best team against the run. Although the passing defense remained a statistical weak spot, they improved (246.6, 21st) and have been outstanding the further into the season we've gone.Defensive line Ndamukong Suh brings Super Bowl experience to the Bucs, having started opposite Tom Brady two years ago In Bowles' 3-4 system, the defensive line does the dirty work while the playmakers behind them rack up the numbers. Veterans William Gholston and Ndamukong Suh man the interior for Tampa Bay consistently. While they won't often appear on the highlight reel (nine sacks combined), they are pure disruptors, and led the team with 20 and 19 QB hits, respectively.Rakeem Nunez-Roches and Steve McLendon won't turn heads with their stats but play crucial roles for this No 1-ranked rushing D. The wild card is third-year DT Vita Vea, who had high expectations heading into the season but suffered fractures to his right leg and ankle against Chicago in Week Five. He returned against the Packers to play 46 per cent of defensive snaps - watch out for No 50 on Sunday.Outside linebackers Shaquil Barrett (58) and Jason Pierre-Paul (90) bring the heat off the edge In his younger days, Jason Pierre-Paul racked up the sacks. 16.5 in 2011, 12.5 in 2014. Oh, and he was on the New York Giants' Super Bowl XLVI-winning D-line that toppled Brady and the Patriots in February 2012.After leaving New York, JPP has been outstanding for the Bucs since signing in 2018. Over three seasons and 40 starts, he has 30.5 sacks. His 9.5 this season lead the team in 2020.Last season, however, the standout was Shaq Barrett. After leaving Denver with a Super Bowl ring, the former undrafted free agent signed just a one-year deal with the Bucs. Boy, did it work out. 7:27 We've picked out ten of our favourite moments from past Super Bowls including Julian Edelman’s miracle catch and ‘The Philly Special’ We've picked out ten of our favourite moments from past Super Bowls including Julian Edelman’s miracle catch and ‘The Philly Special’ Barrett broke Hall of Famer Warren Sapp's franchise record by racking up a league-leading 19.5 sacks, along with 58 tackles, six forced fumbles and an interception. It was a supreme season, and although he has regressed while playing under the franchise tag (8 sacks in 2020), he is still a disruptive force.Just ask Patrick Mahomes, whom Barrett strip-sacked when the teams met in Week 12. This week, Mahomes said of Barrett: "He's right up there at the top (as one of the best pass rushers in the NFL) ... I have to make sure I know where he is on each and every play."Inside linebackers White's interception against the Saints in New Orleans was a pivotal moment The middle of the Bucs' D is anchored by a veteran, but spearheaded by a young star. Both Lavonte David and Devin White played over 92 per cent of the snaps this year, and unsurprisingly, finished first and second in tackles.While David, now in his ninth season with the team, has been a consistent tackling machine, amassing over 1,000 combined over the course of his career, White has exploded onto the scene.Last year's fifth overall pick flies around the field, sideline to sideline, north and south. His 140 regular-season tackles ranked fifth in the NFL. His nine sacks were the most by any middle linebacker, and 18 tackles for losses ranked in the top four.White's ascension has continued in the postseason as he has the most tackles on playoff teams (26, over just two games!), as well as an interception and two fumble recoveries. He is a game-changer.Secondary Sean Murphy-Bunting (23) celebrates after picking off Aaron Rodgers This group is not afraid to come up and hit, and it is fun to watch.Carlton Davis (6-1, 206 lbs), Jamel Dean (6-1, 206), and Sean Murphy-Bunting (6-0, 195) are physical corners. Safeties Antoine Winfield Jr and Jordan Whitehead have been limited in practice this week but rookie Winfield Jr says he will be good to go. If either or both do miss time, Mike Edwards and Andrew Adams are talented backups waiting in the wings.What is particularly impressive is how this unit was built. Over the last three years, the team has invested heavily here. Davis (second round, 2018), Dean (third, 2019), Murphy-Bunting (second, 2019), Winfield Jr (second, 2020) Whitehead (fourth round, 2018) and Edwards (third, 2019) are all home-grown talents, and improving game by game. Overall, Bowles' defense is fast, physical, and aggressive. They are playing their best football of the season at the right time, and they come up against the league's top attack on Sunday. Will they be the difference?Join us on Sky Sports NFL and Main Event from 10pm on Sunday, February 7 for 90 minutes of Super Bowl LV build-up with Kirk Cousins, Dallas Clark and Cliff Avril joining Neil Reynolds and company; Sky One will broadcast the game from 11pm. .
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Reinebold’s key Super Bowl LV matchups
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Kansas City Chiefs; Super Bowl LV on Sunday has all the makings of a classic! Ahead of the game, Sky Sports' NFL expert Jeff Reinebold, with 40 years worth of coaching experience, breaks down the five key matchups in the contest that should determine who the confetti falls on come the early hours of Monday morning... 1:48 Get ready for Super Bowl LV live on Sky Sports NFL on Sunday night with a look back on some of the most memorable moments of finals past Get ready for Super Bowl LV live on Sky Sports NFL on Sunday night with a look back on some of the most memorable moments of finals past Mahomes vs BradyJeff says: "These two are both going to have their plays in this one, because they're both such great players."To me, it's going to come down to who can play the cleanest game. 2:14 Check out Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady's best plays from the NFL 2020 postseason Check out Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady's best plays from the NFL 2020 postseason "The last time the two met [in Week 12], Tom Brady threw three touchdown passes, but he also threw two interceptions - and they were really costly. The game finished really close, but when you watch the film you can actually see that Kansas City were clearly the better team that day, and a lot of that had to do with the cleaner play they got at the quarterback position."It's a new game. And the magnitude of this one is hard to comprehend for most people, but not Brady - he has an advantage because he's been there 10 times and is comfortable in the moment. 3:37 Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Calais Campbell says that he believes Super Bowl LV's Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady, are 'the best to ever suit up' and play the game Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Calais Campbell says that he believes Super Bowl LV's Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady, are 'the best to ever suit up' and play the game "Patrick Mahomes, meanwhile, is just amazing! You watch the tape of him - Brady even mentioned this in his press conference this week, that he takes the snap, pedals backwards 15 yards and then, all of a sudden, throws a laser about 30 yards down the field. His arm talent is exquisite!"If anyone has a chance of getting close to the kind of success Brady has had in his career, it's Mahomes."Hill vs Evans 4:15 Ahead of Super Bowl LV in Tampa, take a look at some of the this season's best moments from star receivers Tyreek Hill and Mike Evans. Ahead of Super Bowl LV in Tampa, take a look at some of the this season's best moments from star receivers Tyreek Hill and Mike Evans. Jeff says: "These two are different kinds of receivers."Tyreek Hill and the Chiefs wideouts are all about speed! The benchmark in the NFL for evaluating players is usually that if you can run 4.4 seconds in the 40-yard dash, you're considered a very fast player - three of Kansas City receivers can run under 4.35! That is 'Olympic track' kinda fast. 5:31 Take a look at how the Kansas City Chiefs made it to Super Bowl LV, where they will face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Take a look at how the Kansas City Chiefs made it to Super Bowl LV, where they will face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers "Tampa, on the other hand, have a big guy in Mike Evans, who is a tough matchup for cornerbacks because of his length - he is the first guy in NFL history to have a 1,000-yard season in each of his first seven years in the league!"The Bucs also have Chris Godwin, who has outstanding hands and is a good route runner, and if Antonio Brown is healthy, he gives them a vertical threat. Scotty Miller can get past you too."Kelce vs Gronk 2:29 Ahead of Super Bowl LV in Tampa, take a look at some of the this season's best moments from tight ends Travis Kelce and Rob Gronkowski Ahead of Super Bowl LV in Tampa, take a look at some of the this season's best moments from tight ends Travis Kelce and Rob Gronkowski Jeff says: "No question; I think Rob Gronkowski is going to be key in this game!"I believe the Tampa Bay tight ends is a favourable matchup against the Kansas City secondary, because they have the size and the athleticism, no matter who the Chiefs put on them. So, I think that's where the Bucs look to throw the ball early and often."Gronk, even to this day, is such a good blocker - by far the best of any of the tight ends in this game. He has lost a bit of his route-running ability, but he is still so big and strong that he uses his body well against smaller players."Travis Kelce, by contrast, is more of a really good route-runner, with good hands. Mahomes has so many guys he can throw the ball to, and you're always going to be concerned about the vertical aspect of the Kansas City passing game... but then what are you going to do about Kelce? 5:01 Jeff Reinebold says he expects the defending-champion Kansas City Chiefs to 'come out swinging' in Super Bowl LV against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jeff Reinebold says he expects the defending-champion Kansas City Chiefs to 'come out swinging' in Super Bowl LV against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers "He is the master of finding space and understanding where to be when plays go off-script - he has unbelievable chemistry with Mahomes!"Everyone is talking about Kelce, and they should because he is the best tight end in football, but I also wouldn't sleep on Gronk and the Tampa Bay tight ends."Battle of the pass rush Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebackers Shaq Barrett and Jason Pierre-Paul have proven to be hugely disruptive off the edge in the 2020 season Jeff says: "Chris Jones, the defensive tackle for Kansas City, is an elite pass rusher from that position. While Tampa have two outstanding linebackers or defensive ends on the outside in Jason Pierre-Paul and Shaq Barrett, who are dynamic off the edge."Pierre-Paul and Barrett have to turn it loose and get at Mahomes and the Chiefs' banged-up offensive line, because if they don't get pressure on him, it is going to be a long day! 4:17 Take a look at how the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made it to Super Bowl LV Take a look at how the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made it to Super Bowl LV "The last time these teams played earlier this season, for the first 14 snaps of offense that Tampa Bay were on the field, the Chiefs blitzed them with five or more guys on eight of those plays. So defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo knows he has to get to Brady, and he has to get pressure vertically."As for the Bucs, they too have the reputation of being a 'pressure' team, they didn't hardly do it at all, so their DC Todd Bowles is surely going to take another look at that and figure out a way to send some blitzes after Mahomes."Reid vs Arians Bruce Arians (L) is appearing in his first-ever Super Bowl as a head coach at the age of 68, up against Andy Reid (R) Jeff says: "I'm a big fan of both of these guys. Andy Reid is about as nice a guy as you're ever going to meet in coaching. And Bruce Arians, there's not a disingenuous bone in his body - he is going to tell you exactly how he feels about things and he is going to use colourful language to do it - which is okay with me!"What is interesting about the Super Bowl is, you've got to be careful that the size of the game isn't too big for the players - but you've also got to guard against that for the coaches."These two aren't shy. They're not going to leave a great play uncalled on their play sheet due to fear it's not going to work."Arians has been attributed to this 'no risk it, no biscuit' mantra, but Reid also is a guts coach. We watched him take his backup quarterback, with the game on the line against the Cleveland Browns in the divisional round, go for it on fourth-and-one at midfield! That even shocked Tony Romo on commentary. "Both of these guys are going to be fun to watch and the game is going to be wide open and exciting. It has all the makings of a classic."Join us on Sky Sports NFL and Main Event from 10pm on Sunday, February 7 for 90 minutes of Super Bowl LV build-up with Kirk Cousins, Dallas Clark and Cliff Avril joining Neil Reynolds and company; Sky One will broadcast the game from 11pm. .
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Top 10: Helmet catch, helicopter run & ‘Philly Special’
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7:27 We have picked out 10 of our favourite moments from Super Bowl history, including Julian Edelman’s miracle catch and the 'Philly Special’ We have picked out 10 of our favourite moments from Super Bowl history, including Julian Edelman’s miracle catch and the 'Philly Special’ The outcome of a Super Bowl is so often determined by one or two key moments, someone coming up clutch in the most crucial of spots - but what are those most memorable of plays in Super Bowl history? Ahead of Super Bowl LV between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs - live on Sky Sports NFL from 10pm on Sunday - we have picked out our top 10 of the greatest moments from the biggest game in sport.Click on the video above to take a trip down memory lane to relive some of those Super Bowl stunners and read on for our list below... 1) Butler's goal-line, game-winning pickSuper Bowl XLIX, Phoenix, 2015 Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler intercepts a pass intended for Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette on the goal line to end Super Bowl XLIX Although hard to believe, given the record six Super Bowl rings Tom Brady is now in possession of, he was enduring somewhat of a drought in the years between his third win in 2005 and this one a decade later - and it looked for all the world as though Super Bowl XLIX was to be a third to slip through his grasp in that time.A circus catch from Jermaine Kearse had helped set the Seattle Seahawks up at goal line, trailing by four but with 26 seconds to spare - more than enough time to hand the ball off to 'Beast Mode' running back Marshawn Lynch for the game-winning score, right?Wrong. In one of the craziest play-calls in football history, Seattle opted to pass, and quarterback Russell Wilson was picked off by rookie Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler in this truly incredible finish.2) Tyree's helmet catch defeats PatsSuper Bowl XLII, Phoenix, 2008 David Tyree hangs on for his helmet catch in the Giants' win over the previously unbeaten Patriots in Super Bowl XLII It was supposed to be a procession, as the 16-0 Patriots, aiming to become the first team to go a whole season undefeated since the 1972 Miami Dolphins, took on the 10-6 New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII, but Eli Manning and company had obviously not read the script.The Giants' ferocious pass rush got to Brady with regularity, limiting New England's explosive offense to just 14 points heading into the final two minutes. Manning, with the ball back in his hands, was then tasked with leading his team on a game-winning drive and pulled off the unthinkable.The drive's most memorable play, and arguably the greatest of all time in Super Bowl history, saw Manning somehow escape pressure from the Patriots pass rush and launch the ball down field on a prayer to David Tyree, who pulled off that catch - a stunning, one-handed grab on the side of his helmet - for a crucial 32-yard pickup on third-and-five.A few plays later, with just 35 seconds left on the clock, Manning then picked out Plaxico Burress in the endzone for the game-winning score.3) Titans stopped one-yard shortSuper Bowl XXXIV, Atlanta, 2000 Titans receiver Kevin Dyson is tackled one-yard short of the goal line in their Super Bowl XXXIV loss to the Rams The Tennessee Titans - having recovered from a 16-point deficit to the St Louis Rams and their 'Greatest Show on Turf' in the third quarter - were driving down the field in the dying seconds looking for a potential game-tying touchdown to take Super Bowl XXXIV to overtime.At the Rams' 10-yard line, with six seconds on the clock, quarterback Steve McNair quickly got the ball out of his hands, finding receiver Kevin Dyson at the three-yard line, who seemed set to streak into the endzone.Not so. Rams linebacker Mike Jones came up with a clutch tackle, dropping Dyson short of the goal line and the Rams held on for a stunning win.4) Santonio scores in dying secondsSuper Bowl XLIII, Tampa Bay, 2009 Santonio Holmes goes up and makes the game-winning grab for the Steelers against the Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII This Ben Roethlisberger to Santonio Holmes stunner saw the Pittsburgh Steelers clinch a record sixth Vince Lombardi Trophy with a 27-23 win over the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII.Pittsburgh had ended the first half up 17-7 after a title-game record 100-yard interception return for a touchdown by James Harrison, but a 127-yard and two-TD outing by Arizona receiver Larry Fitzgerald had edged them ahead by three going into the final two minutes of the game.Big Ben wrestled the game back in Pittsburgh's favour, however, driving the Steelers down the field and breaking the hearts of Cards fans the world over with a gorgeous ball for Holmes in the back corner of the endzone with just 35 seconds left on the clock.5) Foles' 'Philly Special' TD for EaglesSuper Bowl LII, Minneapolis, 2018 Eagles quarterback Nick Foles catches a touchdown pass as part of their 'Philly Special' play in Super Bowl LII against the Patriots Several records were set, including most combined yards gained in an NFL game (1,151), fewest punts by both teams in a Super Bowl (one), and most points scored by a Super Bowl losing team (33) in this thriller!The most famous moment of it all was undoubtedly when Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Nick Foles, who had so inspired their run to the big game after the late-season injury to Carson Wentz, dialled up the 'Philly Special' with head coach Doug Pederson shortly before half-time.Faced with a fourth-and-goal, on the one-yard line, with 38 seconds left in the half, the play call saw running back Corey Clement take a direct snap, pitch the ball to tight end Trey Burton, who then picked out a wide-open Foles in the right of the endzone.It gave Philly a 22-12 lead at the break and they would hold on for a stunning 41-33 triumph over the the Patriots.6) Hester's kickoff TD to open Super BowlSuper Bowl XLI, Miami, 2007 Devin Hester is off to the races on his way to scoring a touchdown off the opening kickoff in Super Bowl XLI The greatest returner in the history of the NFL. That is the widely-held view of Devin Hester, who holds the record with 14 punt returns for touchdowns, to go along with five TDs on kickoff returns.Just like the most famous of them all, this 92-yard score to open up Super Bowl XLI and stun the watching world.All the more remarkable is the fact Hester was just a rookie on that Chicago Bears team that ultimately lost 29-17 to the Indianapolis Colts. He backed up that 2006 season, in which he had six return scores, by doubling his TD tally with another six in his sophomore season. Electric!7) Norwood misses wide right for BillsSuper Bowl XXV, Tampa Bay, 1981 Bills kicker Scott Norwood misses wide right with his game-winning field goal attempt in Super Bowl XXV Perhaps one of the greatest disappointments in sport, let alone just the Super Bowl era, as poor old Buffalo Bills kicker, Scott Norwood, missed the game-winning field goal wide right from 47 yards out as time expired in Super Bowl XXV.The Bills' 20-19 defeat to the Giants was the first of four straight defeats in the biggest game of them all, but was easily the toughest of the lot to take - a certain defensive coordinator called Bill Belichick masterminding the Giants' victory over the best offense in football.8) Edelman's miracle catch in Pats comebackSuper Bowl LI, Houston, 2017 Patriots receiver Julian Edelman makes a stunning catch in their incredible comeback win over the Falcons in Super Bowl LI Another circus catch on this list, this time working in favour of the Patriots as wide receiver Julian Edelman pulled off a gravity-defying grab in the team's stunning comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.I think we all know the story by now; New England, having trailed 28-3 midway through the third quarter, somehow turned things around and pulled off a remarkable comeback win in overtime, with Edelman playing a key role.With three minutes and 30 seconds left in the game, New England were still down by eight and backed up at their nine-yard line, still with it all to do. Brady began to inch them upfield with a couple of completions, but then could, and perhaps, should have been picked off by Robert Alford on his throw intended for Edelman.Instead, Alford batted the ball in the air, it fell into the arms of the Patriots wideout, who made a diving catch as it bounced off Alford's shoe, even managing to juggle the ball further without ever losing control or letting it hit the turf.Soon after that 23-yard completion, New England tied the game with a touchdown and successful two-point conversion, going on to win a fifth Vince Lombardi in OT.9) Elway's 'helicopter' run in beating Green BaySuper Bowl XXXII, San Diego, 1998 John Elway dives for the first-down marker in his famous 'helicopter' run in Denver's Super Bowl XXXII win over Green Bay What Brady is doing heading into his 10th Super Bowl at the age of 43 is simply remarkable. But before him, the most recent example of a quarterback scaling such age-defying heights was John Elway, reaching his then record-equalling fourth Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos at the ripe old age of 37.The only problem was, Elway had yet to win one, being handily beaten in his hat-trick of prior visits. He was not to be denied on this occasion, though, putting his body on the line - literally - with this memorable 'helicopter' run in Denver's Super Bowl XXXII win over the defending champion, and heavily favoured, Green Bay Packers.With the game very much in the balance, tied up at 17-17 in the third quarter, the Broncos faced a third-and-six from the Green Bay 12-yard line. Elway scrambled for the first down and, in diving for the marker, he was hit so hard by the two closing Packers defenders that he spun 360 degrees in mid-air.A few plays later, Terrell Davis scored the second of his MVP-worthy three touchdowns on the day and Denver held on to finally earn Elway the Super Bowl ring his gutsy, determined effort so deserved.10) Belichick and Brady dynasty beginsSuper Bowl XXXVI, New Orleans, 2002 Patriots kicker Adam Vinatieri celebrates as he fires through the game-winning field goal in Super Bowl XXXVI Given the upward trajectory both Belichick and Brady's careers have taken since, it is easy to forget the Patriots were 14-point underdogs for Super Bowl XXXVI, when they took on the 'Greatest Show on Turf', looking to claim the first of their record haul of six rings. Belichick's Pats restricted the explosive St Louis offense to just three points in as many quarters until the Rams finally found some form in the fourth, scoring two touchdowns to tie the game up at 17. But step forward New England kicker Adam Vinatieri, who fired through the game-winning field goal from 48 yards out as time expired.Join us on Sky Sports NFL and Main Event from 10pm on Sunday, February 7 for 90 minutes of Super Bowl LV build-up with Kirk Cousins, Dallas Clark and Cliff Avril joining Neil Reynolds and company; Sky One will broadcast the game from 11pm. .
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