The Super Bowl is the biggest event in American sports, and there are plenty of moments to keep fans on edge.
From high-pressure performances on stage to tough ball chases – 57th super bowl Will The Eagles and Chiefs go head-to-head.
Before the big game, let’s take a look back at some of the most iconic moments in NFL history.
Santonio Holmes scores in the closing seconds
In 2009 Super Bowl XLIII, Tampa Bay, the Pittsburgh Steelers scored a dramatic victory against the Cardinals.
With 35 seconds left in the game, Santonio Holmes caught a perfectly placed ball in the back corner of the end zone in the winning moment – breaking the hearts of many Cardinals fans in the Steelers’ victory.
Blackout Bowl 2013
Due to a power outage, Super Bowl XLVII was delayed by 34 minutes and parts of the Superdome were plunged into darkness.
During the heated clash between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers, most of the lights in the 73,000-seat building went out.
According to the official NFL website, officials revealed that an “anomaly” in the electrical system triggered the automatic shutdown, which forced the backup system to activate.
on the knee
Protest against racial injustice and police brutality.
Action in solidarity begins with quarterbacks in 2016 Colin Kaepernick Get down on your knees and the other players follow.
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Rapper Eminem gets down on one knee during the 2022 Super Bowl halftime show.
As speculation began that the NFL was boycotting the gesture, the NFL was quick to fight back and deny the report.
League spokesman Brian McCarthy said: “We’ve watched all elements of the show in multiple rehearsals this week and know Eminem will do it.”
Malcolm Butler’s goal-line interception
Super Bowl XLIX witnessed a memorable save as the crowd cheered.
There are seconds left on the clock, new england patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler stopped the Seattle Seahawks with a brilliant catch in the end zone.
“Unreal,” the announcer yelled as Butler sealed the Patriots’ win.
Scott Norwood’s Right Wide or 47 Wide Right
Super Bowl XXV may seem like a distant memory, but it’s a scene that many fans remember vividly.
The Bills are ready, ready, to try and score a field goal.
Norwood was ready to make a move, but ended up kicking the ball wide.
“It’s not good,” the announcer said, as the Giants won 20-19.
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After a tense coin toss, the Patriots won in four minutes of overtime.
James White ran the ball across the field and struggled through the crowd for a touchdown.
An epic victory that will surely be remembered.
Destiny’s Child Reunited
beyoncé Always finding a way to win the hearts of fans, her reunion with Destiny’s Child in 2013 will always be in people’s memory.
Queen Bey takes center stage at Super Bowl XVII Halftime Show with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
It was a blast from the past as fans were heard roaring to the tune of their famous track Bootylicious.
Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake
Justin Timberlake rocked the stage with his Rock Your Body hit, and Janet Jackson At the Super Bowl XXXVIII Halftime Show.
In the final seconds of the song, Timberlake ripped off Jackson’s top, briefly exposing her breasts on stage.
Timberlake, dubbed a “nipplegate,” infamously described it as an accidental “wardrobe malfunction.”
CBS, which aired that year’s Super Bowl, was fined $550,000 by the FCC – but it was later overturned.
David Terry’s helmet buckle
Terry’s epic helmet catch by the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXII in 2008 stunned many and is considered one of the greatest games in NFL history.
In the heat of the game, with two minutes to spare, the ball crossed the field after a forward pass.
Tyree jumped up perfectly, caught the ball and pressed it against his helmet.
toss a coin
2022, tennis Legend Billie Jean King flips a coin ahead of Super Bowl LVI.
Kim is an honorary coin toss captain, as well as a member of the Riverside Cubs School for the Deaf in California and a member of the women’s youth soccer players from the Inglewood Chargers and Watts Rams.
King threw the ball in honor of the 50th anniversary of Title IX, the landmark gender equality legislation in sports.
Title IX was passed in 1972 as part of the Education Amendments, which abolished sex-based discrimination in schools, colleges, and other educational programs.
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