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Baltimore Ravens. Shell saved the touchdown by making the tackle after previously being knocked to the turf five yards past the line of scrimmage.
The score was the Steelers' first rushing touchdown allowed in Super Bowl competition in franchise history. But the lead did not last long.
Pittsburgh defensive back Larry Anderson returned the ensuing kickoff 45 yards to his own yard line, and then the Steelers marched 53 yards in 9 plays using every offensive weapon in their arsenal.
First, Harris ran for 12 yards, fullback Rocky Bleier ran for 1, then tight end Bennie Cunningham caught a pass for 8. Bleier ran again for 2, followed by Bradshaw's yard completion to receiver Lynn Swann on the last play of the first quarter.
The second period opened with Bradshaw's yard completion to Cunningham to reach the Los Angeles 5-yard line, and then Harris ran through the middle to the 4.
Wide receiver John Stallworth was then stopped at the 1-yard line, but then Harris ran to the right untouched and scored a touchdown on the next play, giving the Steelers a 10—7 lead.
However, like the Rams' previous lead, the Steelers' lead also turned out to be short-lived. Aided by a yard pass interference penalty against Shell, Los Angeles advanced 67 yards in 10 plays to score on yard field goal from kicker Frank Corral to tie the game.
Anderson gave the Steelers great field position after returning the ensuing kickoff 38 yards to the Pittsburgh yard line, but the Steelers could not move the ball and had to punt.
The Rams were also forced to punt on their next possession after only gaining 6 yards. But on the first play of the Steelers' next drive, Los Angeles defensive back Dave Elmendorf intercepted a pass from Bradshaw and returned it 10 yards to Pittsburgh's yard line.
On the first two plays after the turnover, Ferragamo was sacked for a yard loss and threw an incomplete pass.
But he managed to overcome the situation with a yard completion to Bryant on third down and a yard completion to receiver Billy Waddy on 4th down and 8.
Ferragamo's next pass was complete to tight end Terry Nelson for a first down at the yard line, but after throwing two incompletions, Pittsburgh lineman John Banaszak sacked Ferragamo on third down.
However, Corral kicked a yard field goal to give the Rams a 13—10 halftime lead. The heavily favored Steelers trailed at the end of the half.
You guys are standing out there like statues. Anderson once again gave the Steelers great starting field position, returning the opening kickoff of the second half 37 yards to the Pittsburgh yard line.
The Steelers lulled the Rams defense by running the ball on three consecutive plays of the drive, and then Bradshaw burned them with a yard touchdown completion to Swann, who made a leaping catch at the Los Angeles 2-yard line and tumbled into the end zone to give Pittsburgh a 17—13 lead.
But they didn't hold it. After two plays of the ensuing drive, Ferragamo completed a yard pass to Waddy.
Then on the next play, Ferragamo handed the ball off to running back Lawrence McCutcheon , who started to run to the right.
The Steelers' defense came up to tackle him behind the line of scrimmage, only to watch him throw a yard touchdown pass to Ron Smith.
Corral missed the extra point attempt, but the Rams had retaken the lead, 19— The Steelers had some success advancing into Rams territory on their next two possessions, only to see the Rams intercept the ball both times.
First, Rams free safety Eddie Brown stopped the ensuing Steelers drive with an interception, lateraling to Pat Thomas to gain an additional two yards.
Then after a punt, Pittsburgh drove all the way to the Rams yard line, but Los Angeles defensive back Rod Perry intercepted a pass intended for Stallworth.
Thus, the third quarter ended with the Rams still in the lead, 19—17, seemingly in control of the game. Worse yet, Pittsburgh lost Swann to injury, when he was knocked out of the game by Pat Thomas.
Originally, the designated home team had to wear their colored jerseys, which resulted in Dallas donning their less exposed dark blue jerseys for Super Bowl V.
The Cowboys, since , have worn white jerseys at home. The Redskins wore white at home under coach Joe Gibbs starting in through , continued by Richie Petitbon and Norv Turner through , then again when Gibbs returned from through Meanwhile, the Steelers, who have always worn their black jerseys at home since the AFL—NFL merger in , opted for the white jerseys after winning three consecutive playoff games on the road, wearing white.
The Steelers' decision was compared with the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX ; the Patriots had worn white jerseys at home during the season, but after winning road playoff games against the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins wearing red jerseys, New England opted to switch to crimson for the Super Bowl as the designated home team.
For the Broncos in Super Bowl 50, Denver general manager John Elway simply stated, "We've had Super Bowl success in our white uniforms"; they previously had been 0—4 in Super Bowls when wearing their orange jerseys.
During the pairing of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady , New England has mostly worn their blue jerseys for home games, but have worn white for a home game in the , , and seasons.
The 49ers, as part of the league's 75th Anniversary celebration, used their throwback uniform in Super Bowl XXIX , which for that year was their regular home jersey.
The Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII wore their royal blue and yellow throwback uniforms, which they have previously worn for six home games including a home playoff game.
The 49ers reportedly requested to wear an all-white third jersey ensemble for Super Bowl LIV , which the San Francisco Chronicle noted they could do with special permission from the league; the league never granted such permission, and the 49ers instead opted for their standard uniform of white jerseys with gold pants.
A total of 26 different stadiums, six of which have been demolished and one currently under demolition, either have hosted or are scheduled to host Super Bowls.
Before that, the stadium had a Miami address while in unincorporated Miami-Dade County. Also, London, England , has occasionally been mentioned as a host city for a Super Bowl in the near future.
Seven stadiums that hosted a Super Bowl game no longer exist. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, which hosted the Super Bowl, was demolished in March ; the Georgia Dome in Atlanta , which hosted two Super Bowls, was demolished in November ; and the Pontiac Silverdome in suburban Detroit , which hosted the Super Bowl, was demolished in March , five months following the demolition of the Georgia Dome.
In reaction to the letters, many Vegas resorts, rather than discontinue the popular and lucrative parties, started referring to them as "Big Game Parties".
In , the NFL made an attempt to trademark "The Big Game" as well; however, it withdrew the application in due to growing commercial and public relations opposition to the move, mostly from Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley and their fans, as the Stanford Cardinal football and California Golden Bears football teams compete in the Big Game , which has been played since 28 years before the formation of the NFL and 75 years before Super Bowl I.
Like the other major professional leagues in the United States, the winner of the Super Bowl is usually declared de facto "World Champion.
While controversial, most players in the league endorse the use of the word, due to the fact that there aren't any teams from other countries that have challenged for the title.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Superbowl disambiguation. National Football League championship game. Since Super Bowl XLV , the Roman numeral of the game has been featured alongside the trophy, with the exception of Super Bowl 50 , with the logo decorated in different colors for each year.
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Midwest Sports Fans. Retrieved January 28, Petersburg Times. Die Schiedsrichter entschieden jedoch auf einen "incomplete Pass". Die Broncos konnten jedoch keinen Touchdown erzielen, so entschied man sich für einen Fieldgoal-Versuch.
Da aber die darauffolgende Angriffsserie misslang, tauschten beide Teams Punts aus, bis Carolina 11 Sekunden vor Schluss etwa an der Mittellinie stand.
Da die Zeit ablief, ehe die Panthers einen neuen Spielzug beginnen konnten, beendete dies die erste Halbzeit.
Ward interceptet. Die nächsten drei Angriffsserien endeten jeweils mit einem Punt. Wenig später lief Broncos-Runningback C. Die Carolina Panthers kamen noch zu zwei Angriffsserien, verpassten es jedoch beide Male einen neuen ersten Versuch zu erreichen.
Seine starke Defensivleistung trug dazu bei, dass Denver sieben Quarterback Sacks erzielte, womit sie einen Super-Bowl-Rekord egalisierten.
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