In perhaps the most memorable play in Super Bowl history, Giants wide receiver David Tyree somehow manages to hang on to the catch by pinning the ball against his helmet as New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison hits him late in the fourth quarter. Tyree also caught a touchdown pass earlier in the fourth quarter that helped the Giants to their 17-14 victory. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)
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In perhaps the most memorable play in Super Bowl historyGiants wide receiver David Tyree somehow manages to hang on to the catch by pinning the ball against his helmet as New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison hits him late in the fourth quarter. Tyree also caught a touchdown pass earlier in the fourth quarter that helped the Giants to their 17-14 victory. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)

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On this day in 1985, the Chicago Bears released the famous “Super Bowl Shuffle,” a memorable song about their hopes of winning the NFL championship. The song proved to be true as the Bears would roll through the playoffs, culminating in a 46-10 victory over New England in Super Bowl XX. (Paul Natkin/Getty Images)
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On this day in 1985, the Chicago Bears released the famous “Super Bowl Shuffle,” a memorable song about their hopes of winning the NFL championship. The song proved to be true as the Bears would roll through the playoffs, culminating in a 46-10 victory over New England in Super Bowl XX. (Paul Natkin/Getty Images)

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Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe is dragged down by Packers safety LeRoy Butler during the second quarter of Super Bowl XXXI. Green Bay would wind up victorious, defeating New England 35-21 in Bill Parcells’ last game as Patriots coach. (John Iacono/SI)
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Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe is dragged down by Packers safety LeRoy Butler during the second quarter of Super Bowl XXXI. Green Bay would wind up victorious, defeating New England 35-21 in Bill Parcells’ last game as Patriots coach. (John Iacono/SI)

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