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Super Bowl 2011: Power Ranking the 44 Biggest NFL Games From I To XLIV
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The stage has been set.

Super Bowl XLV: The Pittsburgh Steelers versus the Green Bay Packers at Cowboy Stadium in Arlington, TX.

This game has all the makings of a classic, and many believe that it will be just that. With two of the best quarterbacks in the league, two of the top defenses in the league and two of the most successful coaches in the league over the past half-decade, this game very well could be one for the ages.

But keep in mind, not every Super Bowl game has been a good one. In fact, there have arguably been just as many bad games as good ones. In the Super Bowl's 44 years of existence, there have been some unforgettable matchups and some that you just want to erase permanently.

Let's break down all 44 Super Bowl games and count them down from the worst to the best all-time. This should be enjoyable for all.

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