Super Bowls am 1. Februar , der vom Musiksender MTV präsentiert wurde. Dabei wurde Jacksons rechte Brust entblößt. Der Name wurde in Anlehnung an. Der Super Bowl am 1. Februar sorgte für einen handfesten Skandal in den USA. Justin Timberlake entblößte die Brust von Janet Jackson. Justin Timberlake beim Super Bowl SO war der "Nippelgate" mit Februar auf der Showbühne des Super Bowls zu sehen bekommen.
Super Bowl XXXVIIIDer Super Bowl XXXVIII war der Super Bowl, das Endspiel der Saison der National Football League (NFL) im American Football. Am 1. Februar Zwei grandiose Quarterbacks und ein handfester Busenskandal standen im Mittelpunkt des Super Bowl, den die New England Patriots mit. Der Super Bowl am 1. Februar sorgte für einen handfesten Skandal in den USA. Justin Timberlake entblößte die Brust von Janet Jackson.
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Antowain Smith 2 yard rush Adam Vinatieri kick. DeShaun Foster 33 yard rush pass failed. Muhsin Muhammad 85 yard pass from Jake Delhomme pass failed.
Philadelphia Eagles. Washington Redskins. Tennessee Titans. New York Giants. Indianapolis Colts. Houston Texans. Dallas Cowboys. Since the Panthers finished with the third best regular season record in the NFC, they had to win three playoff games to reach the Super Bowl.
The St. Louis Rams and the Philadelphia Eagles had better regular season records at 12—4, and thus under the playoff format, each would have to win two playoff games to reach the league championship game.
Against Carolina's first opponent, the Dallas Cowboys , Delhomme threw for yards and a touchdown, Davis recorded rushing yards and a touchdown, and kicker John Kasay made 5 field goals, en route to a thorough 29—10 victory.
The Panthers then eliminated the Rams on the road, 29—23 in double overtime. Louis built a 6—0 lead early in the second quarter, but Carolina took the lead after Muhammad's fumble recovery in the end zone.
Both teams spent the rest of the second and the third quarter exchanging field goals before Brad Hoover's 7-yard rushing touchdown gave the Panthers a 23—12 fourth quarter lead.
However, the Rams rallied back with a touchdown, a successful two-point conversion , and a field goal to send the game into overtime. Both teams missed field goals in the first overtime period, but Delhomme threw a yard touchdown pass to Smith on the first play of the second overtime period to win the game.
Philadelphia was coming off of a 20—17 overtime win over the Green Bay Packers , that included quarterback Donovan McNabb 's yard pass to Freddie Mitchell on a famous play known as " 4th and 26 ".
This was the third consecutive NFC Championship Game appearance for Philadelphia, and thus they were heavily favored to win. But Carolina's defense only allowed a field goal and held McNabb to just 10 of 22 completions for yards.
Ricky Manning also intercepted McNabb 3 times. Although Carolina's offense only scored 14 points, it was more than enough for the team to earn their first trip to the Super Bowl with a 14—3 win.
The Panthers became the first No. In doing so, they were also the first division winner to advance to the league championship after playing three playoff games.
Prior to Super Bowl XVII , the Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins both won three playoff games to reach the Super Bowl, but that came during the strike-shortened season when the regular season was reduced to nine games and the playoffs were expanded to 16 teams, with no teams receiving first-round byes.
The Colts, Cardinals, and the Giants in , like the Panthers, were division winners in those years Although in the Colts case, they played the No. The Super Bowl would mark the third game out of four of the playoffs in which Carolina scored 29 points.
New England jumped to 14—7 lead in the first half with a touchdown pass by Brady and a touchdown run from Smith.
However, quarterback Steve McNair 's yard touchdown pass to receiver Derrick Mason tied the game in the third period.
With remaining in the game, Patriots kicker Adam Vinatieri made a yard field goal to take the lead. New England's defense later clinched a victory as they stopped the Titans from scoring on fourth down on their last drive of the game.
The Colts entered the game leading the NFL in passing yards and ranked third in total offensive yards. With quarterback Peyton Manning , wide receiver Marvin Harrison , and running back Edgerrin James , the Colts had scored 79 points in their 2 playoff victories against the Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs , including a 38—31 victory over the Chiefs in the first punt -less game in NFL playoff history.
However, New England's defense dominated the Colts, only allowing 14 points, intercepting 4 passes from Manning 3 of them by Ty Law , and forcing a safety.
Although New England's offense only scored one touchdown, Vinatieri scored 5 field goals to make up the difference. The game was broadcast on television in the United States by CBS , with Greg Gumbel handling the play-by-play duties and color commentator Phil Simms in the broadcast booth.
Armen Keteyian and Bonnie Bernstein roamed the sidelines. Westwood One carried the game nationwide over terrestrial radio with Marv Albert on play-by-play and Boomer Esiason on color commentary, with Jim Gray hosting the pregame and halftime shows.
Both teams passed on the opportunity for their starters to be introduced individually before the game, a move perpetuated by the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVI.
The game was held exactly one year, to the day, after the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster , in Houston, the same city as the Johnson Space Center.
Tittle , Mike Singletary , Gene Upshaw. Tittle tossed the coin. As the designated home team in the annual rotation between AFC and NFC teams, the Patriots elected to wear their home navy uniforms with silver pants, while the Panthers wore their road white uniforms with white pants.
After a brief appearance by Simpson, the show began with a joint performance by marching bands the Spirit of Houston , from the University of Houston , and the " Ocean of Soul " of Texas Southern University.
Next, Janet Jackson made her first appearance, singing " All for You ". Then, P. Diddy , Nelly , and Kid Rock appeared respectively, and performed a mixture of their hits.
The performance featured many suggestive dance moves by both Timberlake and Jackson. As the song reached the final line, "I'm gonna have you naked by the end of this song," Timberlake pulled off a part of Jackson's costume, revealing her outer right breast adorned with a large, sun-shaped nipple shield , a piece of jewelry worn to accentuate the appearance of a nipple piercing.
CBS quickly cut to an aerial view of the stadium; however, the action was too late to be effective. Many people considered this indecent exposure , and numerous viewers contacted the network to complain, saying it was inappropriate in the context of a football game.
This was the most rewatched moment in TiVo history. Just before the start of the second half, a British streaker , Mark Roberts , ran onto the field disguised as a referee, undressed, and performed a dance wearing only a thong.
He was tackled to the ground by Patriots linebacker Matt Chatham and arrested. It is customary for American television to avoid broadcasting such events, but it was later shown on Late Show with David Letterman.
This game is noted for its unusual scoring pattern between the teams. Brady may be the team's lone star, but New England's hero in a headset, coach Bill Belichick, is equally indispensable.
In addition to being a shrewd talent evaluator, meticulous in his game preparation and the best defensive strategist of his generation, Belichick, 51, has evolved into a stirring speaker—at least when behind closed doors with his players.
After giving a bland breakdown of strategic priorities during a team meeting last Saturday night, Belichick mesmerized his troops by holding up the Lombardi Trophy that New England had won two years earlier and placing it on a table.
The room went silent for a few seconds, and then Belichick finished by saying, "Look, guys, this is what we're playing for.
Let's put this week in perspective: It's not about the parties; it's the trophy. Only 37 teams can say they've owned this.
You guys can be the 38th. For much of the first half, neither team looked worthy of the silver hardware. The game was scoreless for the first , the longest drought to open a Super Bowl.
Carolina 14—6 had minus-seven yards of total offense, and Delhomme had completed 1 of 9 passes for a single yard. New England wasn't much better, having squandered a pair of scoring opportunities when Vinatieri missed field goal attempts from 31 and 36 yards.
The latter was blocked by Shane Burton. With left in the second quarter, Vrabel steamed around Panthers left tackle Todd Steussie and chopped the ball out of Delhomme's hand.
Defensive end Richard Seymour recovered at the Carolina Four plays later Brady, after a convincing play fake to running back Antowain Smith, threw a five-yard touchdown pass to wideout Deion Branch 10 catches, yards , and the bizarre Tale of Two Games had begun: no points in the game's first minutes; 61 in the final minutes, including 37 points in the fourth quarter.
John W. McDonough for Sports Illustrated. Finally on third down, McNabb threw a pass that deflected off of the outstretched fingertips of Smith and into the arms of Harrison for an interception with nine seconds left.
Tom Brady took a knee to run out the clock, clinching the 3rd Super Bowl title in 4 years for the Patriots, and in the eyes of many establishing themselves as a dynasty.
McNabb completed 30 out of 51 passes for yards and 3 touchdowns, but threw 3 interceptions and was sacked four times.
Pinkston caught 4 passes for 82 yards, while Owens was the Eagles' top receiver with 9 catches for yards, however neither of them scored a touchdown.
Brady completed 23 out of 33 passes for yards and 2 touchdowns. Dillon was the top rusher of the game with 75 yards and a touchdown, and had 3 catches for 31 yards.
Running back Kevin Faulk contributed 38 rushing yards and 27 receiving yards. Coincidentally, all three would later be traded to the Seattle Seahawks: Ross in , Rice in and Branch in Branch also became the third offensive player ever to win Super Bowl MVP honors without scoring a touchdown or throwing a touchdown pass.
Branch and Terrell Owens each had yards receiving, marking the third time in Super Bowl history, one player from each team had over yards in a Super Bowl.
Branch also became the fourth player to have at least yards receiving in back-to-back Super Bowls, joining John Stallworth , Jerry Rice and Antonio Freeman.
Also, Mike Vrabel and David Givens became just the 14th and 15th players to score a touchdown in consecutive Super Bowls.
Vrabel is the most surprising person on this list because he is a linebacker and he scored his on offense. They also became just the 7th and 8th players to catch a touchdown in back-to-back Super Bowls.
Brady also became the fourth quarterback to throw a touchdown pass in three different Super Bowls. This marked the first time since — in the San Francisco Bay Area that the same market has had 2 Super Bowl and World Series winners in 12 months.
Sources: NFL. One ad that drew the ire of many—including the NFL—was for the internet domain provider Go Daddy , which tweaked the controversial halftime of the previous year's game with a mock censorship hearing featuring a comely woman, Nikki Cappelli played by WWE Wrestler Candice Michelle , having a "wardrobe malfunction".
Fox pulled the second airing of the ad, scheduled for the two-minute warning of the fourth quarter, along with a five-second plug, and it was replaced with a promo for The Simpsons.
The Scottsdale, Arizona -based World Wide Web domain registration company got a refund on the second ad. Another popular ad was made by the NFL.
It featured players who were not in the Super Bowl, headlined by Pittsburgh Steelers rookie quarterback Ben Roethlisberger being at a beach resort, depressed he did not make it in.
Joe Montana comforted Roethlisberger, and soon both Montana and Roethlisberger joined many other players in different locations in an off-key yet rousing edition of "Tomorrow" from the musical Annie.
The commercial ended with the tagline: "Tomorrow, we're all undefeated again. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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