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He caught his own pass and then ran it in for a touchdown
At least that's what ESPN will remember him by.
And then of course they'd show the highlight(s) of Brad Johnson winning a Super Bowl against the helpless Oakland Raiders.
Let's face it folks; what we really remember from that Super Bowl is the Raiders losing horribly.
We remember Jon Gruden pumping his fist with savage excitement.
We remember Rich Gannon, who's prime for a slideshow all of his own, just completely failing. Not even the regular failing that happens every day from time to time in daily life when a meter runs out, but the epic Super Bowl failing that exposes seasonal quarterbacks as abysmal losers.
...after the dust cleared, yes, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were triumphant.
And, yes, that Brad Johnson, the ex-Minnesota Vikings QB who hardly remembered the nouns involved in Jon Gruden's West Coast Offense, was actually a game-managing Super Bowl victor.
Oh, and of course the Bucs had an amazing defense, which I'm sure he high-five'd for good luck.