Gridiron Tailgating (Super Bowl XV-XXX Edition) – Part II of III

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NFLGridironGab.com presents to you a Gridiron Tailgating Super Bowl XV-XXX Special Edition.  Your host Russ Loede and expert analyst Mike Panas share with you full in-depth details and insightful facts about Super Bowls 15-30 in the NFL.  From LB Rod Martin’s 3 Interceptions against Philly (Record will never be touched) to the start and finish of an unbeatable 49ers Dynasty in the 80s with 4 SB wins.  From Marcus Allen’s spectacular 74-TD run (SB XVIII) that will go down as the best SB run in history to the Chicago Bears Dominant Defense that was a “Shuffling Crew” leading a team that could not be stopped in SB XX.  From Phil Simms’ accurate MVP performance to Doug Williams’ ground-breaking one-of-a-kind MVP performance.  From Joe Montana’s GW 92-yard drive of pure brillance capped off by a John Taylor TD (20-16) to Scott Norwood’s wide right kick as the biggest FG miss in the closest SB ever (SB XXV 20-19).  You can find the distinct and creative starts of two original customs and traditions for SB winning coaches (1st Ever famed “Gatorade Bath”) and MVP’s (“I’m Going to Disney World”) both launched and originated in the same game (SB XXI) with the likes of pioneers:  QB Phil Simms and coach Bill Parcells of the New York Giants.  Whether it be Jerry Rice’s MVP effort in SB XXIII (11 catches for 215 yards, TD) or the clinic that was on display by the Washington Redskins in the 2nd quarter (35 points unanswered) of a 42-10 victory over Denver Broncos in SB XXII, from blowouts (Chicago Bears 46 NE Patriots 10) to tight games (NY Giants 20 Buffalo Bills 19), you will truly become a SB expert by the time you finish listening and know everything that happened in the classic XV-XXX showdowns that decided the best in the NFL, as we take you inside an exclusive tour that is unlike any other Super Bowl coverage on the web!  Hear the 1-2 combo talk about interesting point spreads, honorary coin tossers, halftime show extravaganzas, unique announcing crews, and star-studded national anthem singers as you get excited for the upcoming Super Bowl with some intriguing history on the big game!  “One Shining Moment” awaits February 1st, so join us by listening to the show that will get you ready for the biggest game in the universe!


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