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Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004)

TV Movie  |  Music, Sport  |  1 February 2004 (USA)
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Patriots vs. Panthers - Halftime show with Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake, and the breast exposure that stole the show from an excellent game!

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Cast

Credited cast:
Chris Akins ...
Himself - New England Patriots Defensive Back
Brian Allen ...
Himself - Carolina Panthers Linebacker
Joe Andruzzi ...
Himself - New England Patriots Right Guard
Tom Ashworth ...
Himself - New England Patriots Right Tackle
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Himself - New England Patriots Head Coach
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Herself - Sideline Reporter
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Himself - New England Patriots Quarterback
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Himself - New England Patriots Wide Receiver
Troy Brown ...
Himself - New England Patriots Wide Receiver-Punt Returner
Tedy Bruschi ...
Himself - New England Patriots Left Inside Linebacker
Brentson Buckner ...
Himself - Carolina Panthers Left Defensive Tackle
Shane Burton ...
Himself - Carolina Panthers Defensive Tackle
Earl Campbell ...
Himself - Ceremonial Coin Toss
Larry Centers ...
Himself - New England Patriots Fullback
Matt Chatham ...
Himself - New England Patriots Cornerback
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The 38th renewal of the AFC-NFC World Championship Game pitted the New England Patriots against the Carolina Panthers within Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX. The Patriots were coming off the strongest season record by any team since the 1972 Dolphins, while the Carolina Panthers were two seasons removed from a 1-15 season. The event was marred by an embarassing act of exposure involving singers Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake during its halftime show and also by a professional streaker who delayed the start of the third quarter, but despite these embarassments the game itself proved to be the most exciting in the event's history. After a scoreless length of 26 minutes and 55 seconds the game saw a combined 24 points ending the first half, and after a scoreless third quarter the game erupted into an offensive free-for-all that racked up a combined eight touchdowns, a field goal, and a two-point conversion, and left the score tied at 29 with just over one minute to play and the ... Written by Michael Daly

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Kevin Faulk ran in a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter. The two points were the only points scored by Faulk for the entire 2003 season. See more »

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Himself - Halftime Performer: [just before Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction"] I want to see you naked.
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Follows Super Bowl XXVII (1993) See more »

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One of the best Super Bowls of all time! The Brady bunch comes thru again at the end.
3 February 2008 | by (Petersburg, Virginia) – See all my reviews

"Super Bowl "XXXVIII" pitted the AFC champion New England Patriots against the NFC champion Carolina Panthers and it would turn out to be one of the greatest Super Bowl ever played especially a second half that was nonstop action and exciting. The game started off as both defenses were hard hitting and the running games of both offenses were taken away. Tom Brady still remained smooth throwing for 144 passing yards in the 1st half finally the Pats would take a 7-0 lead on a play fake. The Panthers would roar back and tie the game at seven on a 95 yard drive. Never fear the Brady bunch would close out the half with a 14-10 lead, after a dull first 27:00 minutes the last three minutes of the half would explode with points. Starting the second half would be tough as neither team scored a point during the third quarter, yet the fourth and final quarter would prove to be a knockdown drag out fight that was back and fourth. As Carolina would take the lead yet it's not safe when you have to face the eventual game MVP for the second time in Super Bowl history as Tom Brady completed a record 32 passes and he would beautifully drive the Pats with a 1:08 left in the game to set up the game winning field goal. Mr. clutch Adam Vinatieri hit a 41 yard kick to win 32-29 another great Super Bowl win by the New England Patriots.


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