Over the course of the NFL's illustrious history, we have seen some of the greatest Super Bowls that we could have ever imagined.
Those Super Bowls were simply so great because of the incredible plays that took place in it.
Whether if it was the Tennessee Titans being one yard short or David Tyree's helmet catch—those are just two of some of the most iconic Super Bowl plays of all time. Without a further ado, here's the full list:
"Manning lobs it...Burress alone...Touchdown New York!"
18-1 will forever be scarred in all New England Patriots fans' hearts.
The Oakland Raiders simply dominated the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII.
Marcus Allen accumulated an incredible 191 yards and two touchdowns, with one of his scores being an epic 74-yard run.
This is the way that you want to start a Super Bowl.
However, despite Devin Hester's incredible kick return for a touchdown, the Indianapolis Colts were still able to beat the Chicago Bears 29-17 in Super Bowl XLI.
In Super Bowl XXXI the Green Bay Packers beat up on the New England Patriots, 35-21—but they couldn't have done it without Desmond Howard.
This was the dagger in New England's heart as he returned a 99-yard kickoff for a touchdown to start the fourth quarter, which earned him the honor of being named Super Bowl MVP.
With the game tied up at 16 with two minutes to go in Super Bowl XXXIV, Kurt Warner threw the game-winning touchdown to Isaac Bruce to give the St. Louis Rams the win.
This is why the Rams were known as the "Greatest Show on Turf."
This is a moment that Peyton Manning and all Indianapolis Colts fans dread.
Tracy Porter picked off Manning and ran it back for a touchdown which ultimately won the New Orleans Saints their first title in Super Bowl XLIV.
The greatest eight-year run in NFL history.
John Elway leaped his way for a Denver Broncos' first down which led to a Terrell Davis touchdown run to win Super Bowl XXXII.
This is the greatest goal line stand in NFL history.
Aside from David Tyree's helmet catch, this is probably the most impressive catch that I have ever seen in my life. It was simply amazing.
Santonio Holmes put the Pittsburgh Steelers on his back with this one to knock off the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII.
Poor, Scott Norwood.
His kick was just wide right.
The Tennessee Titans were just one yard away from tying Super Bowl XXXIV and sending the game into overtime—but Mike Jones saved the day and tackled Kevin Dyson just one yard short.
This was the worst possibly thing that could have happened to the Arizona Cardinals at this moment.
Kurt Warner and the Cardinals were on the verge of scoring some points prior to halftime, but James Harrison put the Pittsburgh Steelers on his back and returned his interception 100 yards back for a touchdown in Super Bowl XLIII.
Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers took the field trailing the Cincinnati Bengals 16-13 late in the fourth quarter on their own 8-yard line.
Montana then marched his 49ers down the field and completed the drive with a 10-yard touchdown pass to John Taylor with just 34 seconds left.
With 1:21 left in Super Bowl XXXVI, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots took the field with the scored tied at 17 and looked to win the game.
Brady marched his team down the field and Adam Vinatieri kicked the game-winning field goal to win Super Bowl XXXVI—ultimately starting New England's dynasty.
This was the play that kept the New York Giants alive in Super Bowl XLII and ultimately sprung them for an upset over the undefeated New England Patriots.
David Tyree's not only had one hell of a catch but it's truly amazing how Eli Manning escaped all of those Patriots defenders and was not sacked.