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Sports Illustrated Asking Fans to Vote for The Most Decisive Moments in Super Bowl History

Sports Illustrated has put out what they feel are the most decisive moments (ie biggest plays) in Super Bowl History. Their list has a lot of great moments, and below we have gotten a hold of the list, as they will be putting out a special issue in Dallas the week before the Super Bowl.

Below after the list is a link for you to vote on the moments, as they will be doing a bracket style competition for the best moments in the biggest game of the year!

The Most Decisive Moments in Super Bowl History:

I – Willie Wood 3rd quarter interception
II – Jerry Kramer halftime speech
III – Joe Namath victory guarantee
IV – Chiefs 65 Toss Power Trap
V – Mike Curtis fourth-quarter interception
VI – Duane Thomas sweep to give Cowboys 17-3 lead
VII – Jake Scott fourth-quarter interception
VIII – Nick Buonoconti’s forced fumble
IX – Terry Bradshaw 30-yard third-down completion to Larry Brown
X – Terry Bradshaw 64-yard touchdown pass to Swann
XI – Fred Biletnikoff 48-yard reception
XII – Roger Staubach to Butch Johnson 45-yard TD
XIII – Franco Harris touchdown run on 3rd & 9
XIV – John Stallworth’s fourth quarter touchdown reception
XV – Jim Plunkett 80-yard TD pass to Kenny King
XVI – 49ers goal-line stand
XVII – John Riggins’ 43-yard TD run on 4th & 1
XVIII – Jack Squirek’s INT at the end of the first half
XIX – Dwaine Board sack of Marino to start 2nd half
XX – Dent, Marshall sack Eason, Hampton recovers fumble
XXI – Phil Simms-to-Phil McConkey flea-flicker
XXII – Doug Williams 50-yard TD to Ricky Sanders to put Skins up 21–10
XXIII – Joe Montana’s John Candy joke in the huddle on the last drive
XXIV – Joe Montana-to-Jerry Rice 20-yard TD pass on Niners’ first series
XXV – Scott Norwood Wide Right
XXVI – Thurman Thomas misses first two plays while looking for his helmet
XXVII – Ken Norton Jr. knocks out Jim Kelly
XXVIII – Emmitt Smith carries on 7 of 8 plays in 3rd quarter go-ahead TD drive
XXIX – Steve Young-to-Jerry Rice 44-yard TD on third play of the game
XXX – Larry Brown intercepts Neil O’Donnell to snuff out Steelers’ last hope
XXXI – Desmond Howard 99-yard KO return
XXXII – John Elways’ Helicopter touchdown run
XXXIII – Darrien Gordon’s 58-yard interception return
XXXIV – The Rams’ Mike Jones tackles Kevin Dyson at the 1
XXXV – Jermaine Lewis’s 84-yard KO return, the last of three straight plays on which touchdowns were scored
XXXVI – Patriots decision not to run out the clock at the end of regulation
XXXVII – Joe Jurevicius first-down catch (or 33-yarder) on TD drive at start of 3rd quarter
XXXVIII – John Kasay’s kickoff with 1:08 left goes out of bounds, handing the Patriots the ball at the 40 and setting up winning Vinatieri’s FG
XXXIX – Eagles fail to go no-huddle on their final TD drive, burning up too much clock
XL – Antwaan Randle El-to-Hines Ward flea flicker
XLI – Kelvin Hayden 56-yard TD return of Rex Grossman interception
XLII – David Tyree catch
XLIII – Ben Roethlisberger to Holmes TD
XLIV – Sean Payton calls for onside kick to start second half

The voting begins today on ( and SI’s iPad App with the winner unveiled on February 4. Sports Illustrated’s Most Decisive Moments program is presented by Bing, the decision engine from Microsoft.

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