Broncos/Packers is still the best Super Bowl, from start to finish, I have seen. Sure, Steelers/Cardinals, Patriots/Panthers and Rams/Titans all had great finishes, but can you say any of them were great from start to finish? Not really. But Broncos/Packers was, and the momentum changes in that game were frequent and unbelievable:
-Packers take a quick 7-0 lead. Most are thinking, "Here we go again; another NFC butt-kicking."
-Broncos immediately respond with a touchdown of their own.
-Broncos force two turnovers, take a 17-7 lead, and are driving into GB territory to grab a stranglehold on the game mid-way through the 2nd quarter.
-A penalty negates a first down, forcing the Broncos to punt.
-GB ends the half by driving from inside their own 5 all the way down for a touchdown to cut it to 17-14.
-Denver fumbles the ball on the first play from scrimmage in the second half. Again, many are thinking, "Here we go again."
-Steve Atwater drops a gimme INT by Favre immediately, but the Broncos still hold and GB settles for a FG. 17-17
-The 3rd quarter is back and forth with neither team able to grab the momentum until a late drive by the Broncos, highlighted by Elway's famous helicopter run, makes it 24-17.
-The Packers fumble the kickoff; Broncos recover.
-The Broncos go for the kill on the first play after the turnover, but an Elway pass is picked off in the end zone.
-The Packers then go right down the field for a TD, tying it at 24-24.
-Both teams have good drives in the 4th quarter, but neither is able to grab the momentum.
-Finally, with three minutes left, the Broncos mount a drive, capped off by Terrell Davis' 3rd touchdown of the game, giving them the 31-24 lead with less than two minutes to go.
-GB's last drive gets to the Broncos 35, but falls short when they fail to covert a 4th and 6.
GAME OVER. BEST SUPER BOWL EVER.