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The 15 Greatest Super Bowls Of All Time

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1. Super Bowl XIV – Pittsburgh Steelers: 31, Los Angeles Rams” 19

This was agame that you could not be sad about. The proof is Gil Brandt’s take: “The Super Bowl after we played them in XIII was one of the better games. They played it in Pasadena, and the Rams were able to get a halfback option pass from Lawrence McCutcheon for a touchdown on Pittsburgh.

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We thought we were in a good position that year to play them. We had a good team but of course, we were beaten on the Billy Waddy catch in the playoff versus the Rams. Aaron Kyle, who I drafted to play corner for us in ’76, had him covered, but just did not have any ball skills. He’d be right there tracking, tracking but then as Waddy was coming down with the football, Kyle was jumping up.”

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