The best and worst Super Bowl moments. So says us.

A)Best Kick: New England Patriot Adam Vinatieri’s last-second, 48-yard field goal beat St. Louis 20-17 in Super Bowl XXXVI, marking the only time the Super Bowl was ever won with a buzzer beater.
Worst Kick: Scott Norwood missed a last-second, 47-yard field goal try in Super Bowl XXV, giving the New York Giants a 20-19 win and helping the Buffalo Bills become a Super Bowl punch line.

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B) Best Catch: Lynn Swann’s acrobatic, 53-yard grab in Super Bowl X spurred his Pittsburgh Steelers to a 21-17 win over the Dallas Cowboys. If ballet looked like this play, we’d go see it.
Worst Catch: Dallas’ Jackie Smith was wide open in the end zone and the pass was perfect. But Smith neglected to, you know, grab the ball. The Cowboys lost Super Bowl XXIII 35-31 to Pittsburgh.

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C)Best Drive: Joe Montana led his San Francisco 49ers on a 93-yard drive in Super Bowl XXIII, scoring with 34 seconds left to beat the Cincinnati Bengals 20-16. Too bad no one has beaten the Bengals out of those gruesome uniforms.
Worst Drive: Denver, how do you let the Washington Redskins score 35 points in one quarter in Super Bowl XXII and let Timmy Smith — who? — set an all-time Super Bowl rushing record?

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D)Best Touchdown: On a fourth-and-inches play, bruising halfback John Riggins busted through a tackle and rumbled 43 yards to score, leading his Washington Redskins to a 27-17 win over the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XVII. Grr.
Worst Touchdown: Hall of Famer Walter Payton deserved to score, but with his Chicago Bears on their way to a 46-10 Super Bowl XX drubbing of the New England Patriots, William “The Refrigerator” Perry got the ball instead and plowed in for a one-yard TD.

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E) Best Moment Ever: The Tennessee Titans’ Kevin Dyson needed a touchdown to beat the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXIV, but he was tackled a yard shy as time expired. Oh, the drama.
Worst Moment Ever: In Super Bowl VII, Miami Dolphins kicker Garo Yepremian had a field-goal try blocked by the Redskins, so he picked up the ball and inexplicably threw it backward. Miami got the last laugh, winning 14-7.
— Joseph Guinto