Final play of Super Bowl XXXIV

Final Play Of Super Bowl XXXIV

Final play of Super Bowl XXXIV

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The final play of Super Bowl XXXIV (also known as The Tackle and One Yard Short) happened in a game played between the St. Louis Rams and the Tennessee Titans on January 30, 2000. It resulted in Titans wide receiver Kevin Dyson being tackled by Rams linebacker Mike Jones at the one-yard line, preserving a 23–16 Rams victory. It remains one of the most memorable plays in NFL history.

Legacy

Given the pressure of the Super Bowl and the wild game that preceded it, "The Tackle" and/or "One Yard Short" is considered one of the most exciting game-ending plays in recent National Football League history. The image of Dyson stretching the ball towards the goal line with Jones wrapped around him has become a staple of NFL highlights, especially in the participating teams' markets. ESPN.com ranked The Tackle as the 35th greatest moment of the past 25 years in sports (as of 2007)

Going into the Super Bowl, the Rams' defense, including Jones, was a powerful and stout unit, overshadowed by the team's high-powered offense, known as The Greatest Show on Turf.

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The Titans had just used their final timeout with six seconds remaining. The Titans had...
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