Kenny Stabler vs. Terry Bradshaw
Stabler first made an impact as a pro when he replaced Daryle Lamonica in a 1972 AFC playoff game against Pittsburgh. Stabler threw the go-ahead touchdown, but the Steelers won in the final moment when a Terry Bradshaw pass landed in Franco Harris' hands -- the Immaculate Reception. The two teams met in the playoffs the next four years and combined to win three of the next four Super Bowls. The charismatic and talented quarterbacks were the faces of their franchises and made sure every meeting was interesting.