Super Bowl 2012: The 25 Most Memorable Plays in Super Bowl History

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Super Bowl 2012: The 25 Most Memorable Plays in Super Bowl History
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Super Bowl history is filled with plays that have made careers, validated careers, defined careers and ruined careers.

But a handful of plays extend beyond the scope of one individual's time in the NFL.

There are a few that have become indelible in American sports history—plays that are instantly recognizable and as famous as Willie Mays' catch in the 1954 World Series, Michael Jordan's shot over Craig Ehlo and Phil Mickelson's shot off the hospitality tent at the 2006 U.S. Open. 

Either because they clinched a championship, set up a championship or were simply brilliant (or quite the opposite) feats of athleticism, these 25 Super Bowl plays stand the test of time. 

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