Super Bowl XXXIV
St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16
Kurt Warner and the Rams' Greatest Show On Turf offense were leading 16-0 in the third quarter when Steve McNair rallied his Titans, who tied the score at 16 with 2:12 left in the game. Warner responded with a TD bomb to Isaac Bruce on the Rams' next play. McNair refused to give in, driving the Titans to the Rams' 10 with six seconds remaining. Wide receiver Kevin Dyson caught a pass at the five, but fell an agonizing half-yard short of the goal line as Rams linebacker Mike Jones, in one of the Super Bowl's great defensive plays, made the game-saving tackle as time expired.