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Last Chance To Win The Bud Light Super Bowl Send Off
The end of the NFL regular season rapidly approaches and so does the Bud Light Super Bowl Send Off finale. Levack and Goz have been hosting events all over the Capital Region getting qualifiers and enjoying ice cold Bud Lights in the best sports bars all over the area...
Top 10 Super Bowl Moments: #4
#4: One Yard Short
Super Bowl XXXIV between the Tennessee Titans and the St. Louis Rams came down to a matter of inches. Literally.
Tied at 16 late in the fourth quarter, Rams QB Kurt Warner connected with WR Isaac Bruce on a 73-yard TD pass to put St...
Top 10 Super Bowl Moments: #5
#5: Wide Right.
Buffalo Bills fans may not like this moment in particular, but it is undoubtedly one of the most memorable moments in Super Bowl history.
The Bills had been led by rusher Thurman Thomas and their fast-paced offense accumulating a 13-3 record in the regular season and advancing to their…
Top 10 Super Bowl Moments: #6
#6: Lynn Swann's Graceful Catch in Super Bowl X
Super Bowl X between the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers featured 11 Hall of Famers, including Terry Bradshaw, Roger Staubach, "Mean" Joe Greene, and Franco Harris.  However, it was Steelers WR, and another Hall of Famer, Lynn Swann who…
Top 10 Super Bowl Moments: #7
#7: Montana GW TD pass to Taylor in Super Bowl XXIII
Super Bowl XXIII between the Cincinnati Bengals and San Francisco 49ers was perhaps one of the most underrated Super Bowl games in NFL history. The finish to this game was a major part of that...
Top 10 Super Bowl Moments: #8
#8: Elway's Helicopter TD
Perhaps the play the great John Elway will most be remembered for.
As heavy underdogs heading into Super Bowl XXXII, John Elway, in what would end up being his first of back-to-back Super Bowl wins, pulled off one of the most memorable play in not only Denver Bronco fran…
Top 10 Super Bowl Moments: #9
#9: Namath's Winning Walk-Off
Joe Namath's greatest and most well known moment occurred in the infancy of the NFL in Super Bowl III.
In a game where the Baltimore Colts were double-digit favorites, Joe Namath led the underdog New York Jets to a surprising 16-7 victory...

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