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Old 21.01.2013, 02:00 PM
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Personal favourite XLV I was there and we won in a great game

Take away bias and Pats 32 Panthers 29 is my top Superbowl, it had everything.
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Old 21.01.2013, 02:04 PM
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Obviously the last 2 Giants wins although they weren't particulary great games.

Of the ones since I've been watching it, Cardinals vs Steelers was exciting and had everything.
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Old 21.01.2013, 02:07 PM
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Obviously the last 2 Giants wins although they weren't particulary great games.

Of the ones since I've been watching it, Cardinals vs Steelers was exciting and had everything.
i was riveted by XLII

Sat next to Pats fans at the game, who moaned about the Giant Toaster and were so sure they were witnessing perfection, by the end of the game I was happy they lost.
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Old 21.01.2013, 02:08 PM
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From a bias point of view SB 37 Bucs 48 Raiders 21, however, from a neutral point of view mine would have to be SB 23 49ers V Bengals with Montana's game winning drive and touchdown with secs left on the clock, that drive was just sheer class.
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Old 21.01.2013, 02:10 PM
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Super Bowl 42 left my head spinning for the longest because I couldn't believe the Giants had upset the Pats, such a shock. Super Bowl 32 was really good because everyone was dying to see a close game since the last one was 25 and it was still rare to see. Super Bowl 13 is a great watch.

Super Bowl 23 is probably my favourite, not the best game but just the best memories as a kid watching Joe Cool do his thing.
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From a bias point of view SB 37 Bucs 48 Raiders 21, however, from a neutral point of view mine would have to be SB 23 49ers V Bengals with Montana's game winning drive and touchdown with secs left on the clock, that drive was just sheer class.
I loved your win! If i had a second team it would be your lot!

SB 23 did have a classic ending, Joe Cool points out John Candy in the stands before leading his team 92 yards for a TD to win the game...........ace!
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Old 21.01.2013, 02:15 PM
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Super Bowl 42 left my head spinning for the longest because I couldn't believe the Giants had upset the Pats, such a shock. Super Bowl 32 was really good because everyone was dying to see a close game since the last one was 25 and it was still rare to see. Super Bowl 13 is a great watch.

Super Bowl 23 is probably my favourite, not the best game but just the best memories as a kid watching Joe Cool do his thing.
Agreed 32 was excellent (except the result) had it all and like you say after years of awful games was so good to see a nail biter.
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Have to say of the ones I've watched Live and in full... 42 would have to be my favourite of them. Didn't particularly like either team, and for such a low scoring game it amazed me how in to it I was... and obviously the Helmet Catch goes down as one of the all time great plays. So yeah, SB XLII for me.
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Obviously the last 2 Giants wins although they weren't particulary great games.

Of the ones since I've been watching it, Cardinals vs Steelers was exciting and had everything.
I would have shared my SB XLII photos with you but my old facebook account died so i dont have them online anymore.
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to pick 1 is very tough.....

III because we said we'd win and we did. To not watch a game as it happened (on account of not being born for that particular game) takes some of the magic off of it.

XX just a huge boost for the game here in the UK. A superb team to watch in the Bears beating....smashing....the team I like the least.

XXXIV for the "One Yard Short" moment that sums up the potential agony/ecstasy of the game we all love. That and the fact that Faith Hill did the anthem and is always appreciated for her easy on the eye qualities.
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