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Super Bowl XXXVI (2002)

TV Movie  |  Sport  |  3 February 2002 (USA)
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Amid celebrations of America months after the tragedies of September 2001, the National Football League's AFC-NFC World Championship Game occurred in February 2002 between the AFC-champion ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Chidi Ahanotu ...
Himself - St. Louis Rams Left Defensive End
Joe Andruzzi ...
Himself - New England Patriots Right Guard
Adam Archuleta ...
Himself - St. Louis Rams Strong Safety (as Adam Archuletta)
John Baker ...
Himself - St. Louis Rams Punter
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Himself - New England Patriots Head Coach
Drew Bledsoe ...
Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Dre Bly ...
Himself - St. Louis Rams Cornerback-Punt Returner
...
Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
Troy Brown ...
Himself - New England Patriots Wide Receiver-Kick / Punt Returner
Issac Bruce ...
Himself - St. Louis Rams Wide Receiver
Tedy Bruschi ...
Himself - New England Patriots Middle Linebacker
...
Herself - SBS Australia Field Correspondent
Trung Candidate ...
Himself - St. Louis Rams Running Back
...
Herself - National Anthem Performer
Je'Rod Cherry ...
Himself - New England Patriots Safety
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Amid celebrations of America months after the tragedies of September 2001, the National Football League's AFC-NFC World Championship Game occurred in February 2002 between the AFC-champion New England Patriots and the NFC-champion St. Louis Rams. The Rams had won Superbowl XXXIV and were overwhelming favorites, while the Patriots had seen starter Drew Bledsoe injured and replaced by Tom Brady only to see Brady injured in the AFC title game and Bledsoe step in and win the game. The Patriots shocked the Rams early on and had a 17-3 lead, but a late Rams rally with a touchdown from Ricky Proehl tied the score, forcing a last-minute drive by Brady for one last opportunity to win. Written by Michael Daly

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The upset Super Bowl win propels the Pats to the beginning of a dynasty.
3 February 2008 | by (Petersburg, Virginia) – See all my reviews

"Super Bowl XXXVI" would feature the NFC Champion St. Louis Rams who would make their second Super Bowl appearance in three years this time to face the double digit and underdog New England Patriots. The game would begin tough as the scheme that the Pats D would use would take away the greatest show on turf and slow the Rams receivers as New England would employ 5 DB's on many schemes. Tom Brady would be smooth in only making his 18th pro start. The Rams would seem so out of place as three turnovers, dropped passes and poor play plus QB Kurt Warner's banged up thumb would have them trailing 14-3 at the half. The second half would have the Rams rally and tie the game at 17-17. Yet with 1:30 remaining QB Tom Brady would begin and show his first glimpse of greatness that would propel the Pats on a beginning of a dynasty. Brady looked Montana like and smooth as he drove the Pats on a drive and as time expired Adam Vinatieri kicked the game winning 48 yard field goal for a 20-17 win and upset! This game was the first sign of much more greatness from the New England Patriots.


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