Many of you voted for the best moment in Super Bowl history among the choices presented by our reporters during the last Misconduct. You have also been generous with your suggestions. Your answers.
Before going any further, the results of the votes have been compiled and you have chosen the moment of… Guillaume Lefrançois, with a significant proportion of 38%.
As a reminder, he had chosen the catch with the helmet of David Tyree that had allowed the New York Giants to beat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. In second position: 21% of the votes for the legendary comeback of Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers on January 2, 1989.
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Then here are some of your many, many suggestions:
“Scott Norwood’s failed Super Bowl XXV placement depriving the Buffalo Bills of a victory that I wholeheartedly wanted for their head coach Marv Levy, who was so appreciated during his time at the helm of the Alouettes. My greatest moment was therefore a great disappointment. “
“The Eagles’ victory three years ago. I’ve been an Eagles fan since 1980 and I had always sworn that I would go to Philadelphia to see the parade, and I did. I left on Tuesday morning for the parade which took place on Thursday and I really enjoyed it! I will never forget the Philly Special! ”
“For me (an Eagles fan), the most significant Super Bowl was Superbowl LII, with the Eagles’ victory over the New England Patriots (14 years after their loss to the same Patriots, with Coach Reed). The game was sensational and close until the end. Game of the match: The Philly Special for a touchdown. What moment ! Thanks, Nick Foles: we miss you. ”
“The interception of Malcolm Butler of the Patriots against the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl in 2015 on one of the last games of the game. Pete Carroll’s neurons came to a standstill that night during this sequence. Why didn’t you give the ball to Marshawn Lynch? Mystery. ”
“For me, it’s the Patriots’ fantastic comeback against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. Led by 25 points, the Patriots won in overtime by a score of 34-28. It was the craziest and most exciting Super Bowl I have seen. I still have chills when I remember this match. Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback in NFL history. He is often criticized for having cheated, but for me, it shows rather his great desire to win. ”
“Antwaan Randle El’s touchdown pass to Hines Ward at Super Bowl XL !!! ”
“On January 16, 1972, the Dallas Cowboys were making their second Super Bowl appearance. I had my first job for four months. The office manager, who was the supreme authority, hearing me praise Roger Staubach’s game to my colleagues, challenged me because he only saw the Miami Dolphins in his soup. The loser would pay the winner $ 2 per point difference in the end result. I accept out of conviction and not to irritate him. The game ended 24-3 in favor of Dallas with two touchdowns from Staubach. So I collected half a week’s pay. ”
“The streak that gave the Patriots the victory late in the game against the St. Louis Rams in 2000. Their first Super Bowl victory, the first for Tom Brady, who did not listen to his coach before the streak. Indeed, Bill Belichick told him not to force the ball, to protect it in order to avoid a turnaround and thus aim for victory in overtime. Drew Bledsoe went to see Brady and just said, “F *** that!” Brady crossed the field, preparing the victorious placement, under the astonished eyes of John Madden, who was amazed. Great art! ”
“Not very original, but the victory of the Kansas City Chiefs in the last Super Bowl with Laurent Duvernay-Tardif was a great football moment. The first Quebecer to lift the Vince-Lombardi trophy in football history, that’s historic! “
“The biggest moment of the Super Bowl was a defensive game known now as ‘The Tackle’ or ‘The Longest Yard’. On the last play of the game between the Rams and the Tennessee Titans, Mike Jones stops Kevin Dyson one foot from the end zone. This game could, if successful, lead to an overtime. The city of Nashville and all of Tennessee bitterly remember that moment! “
“I had prepared meals for friends whom I had invited. My son was playing ball hockey with a friend and was hit with a stick on the forehead. And he had to be taken to the hospital in the middle of the Super Bowl meal… ”
“Before even reading your article, I mentioned to my grown-up daughter that the Super Bowl moment that struck me the most was the U2 show after September 11, 2001. So many emotions! Especially that a friend playing hockey with me in a garage league had mentioned to me that he had to go to the Twin Towers for a meeting that same Monday of the attack… but that his meeting had finally been canceled the day before. I love soccer, I played soccer (younger!), I have been following NFL and CFL activities for moons, but this spectacle will be etched in my memory forever. ”
“My magical moment came during the National Conference Finals in 1982, which pitted my beloved 49ers against the Cowboys, whom I have always hated. The streak has since been part of the great history of the most spectacular lifts of all time. And the play that concluded that push, that formidable pass from Joe Montana, thrown as he moved to his right, trying to avoid three Cowboys chasers, and that miraculous catch from tight end Dwight Clark, who didn’t had never jumped so high before. We found a name for this game: “The Catch”. My team won that game which gave them access to Super Bowl XVI, which they won 26-21 against the Cincinnati Bengals. ”