This year is the XLVIII (48th) Super Bowl!  So many great games, so little time...so we're honing it down to the FIVE BEST SUPER BOWLS EVER for you.

 

Be sure to leave a comment if you agree or disagree with our choices, or if you think you can guess the next one we’ll be posting. 

 

After much consideration, some arguing, and even a few tears, we present the NFL RUSH Top 5 Super Bowls List

 

#5 - Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31 

#4 - Super Bowl XXXVI - New England 20, St. Louis 17 

 

#3 - Super Bowl XXIII - San Francisco 49ers 20, Cincinnati Bengals 16

 

The #3 greatest Super Bowl ever started off as a defensive struggle, with the score only 3-3 at halftime.  The second half, however, saw some of the greatest action in Super Bowl history.

 

The fireworks began after a 49ers field goal made the score 6-6, when  Stanford Jennings  93-yard touchdown kickoff return gave the Bengals a 13–6 lead. 

 

The 49ers immediately responded with a four play, 85-yard, touchdown drive, ending when Joe Montana hit Jerry Rice on a 14-yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 13–13.  

 

Rice, who was named the Super Bowl MVP, caught 11 passes for a Super Bowl record 215 yards and a touchdown.

 

The Bengals marched on 10-play, 46-yard drive, with huge plays from Ira Hillary and Ickey WoodsJim Breech kicked a 40-yard field goal to give the Bengals a 16–13 lead with 3:20 left in the game.

 

After the kickoff, the 49ers found themselves on their own 8 yard line, needing to go 92 yards in 3 minutes to win the game.  And that's just what Montana did, marching the 49ers down the field and throwing a 10-yard TD strike to John Taylor with only 34 seconds left in the game. A fantastic victory!

 

Watch Super Bowl XLVIII at 6:30pm ET on Sunday, February 2nd on Fox.

 

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