Super Bowl XXXVI
New England 20, St. Louis 17
Kurt Warner and the favored Rams outgained Tom Brady and the Patriots 427 total yards to 267, but had to rally to tie the game at 17 with 1:30 left in the fourth quarter. Brady, who had taken over for Drew Bledsoe as the Patriots' starting QB earlier in the season, began building his legend as a clutch performer by driving his team to the Rams' 30 without the benefit of timeouts. Brady spiked the ball with seven seconds to go and Adam Vinatieri booted a 48-yard field goal. It was the first Super Bowl to be won on the final play.