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NFL fans know that The Super Bowl is the highlight and climax of every NFL football season. It is the grandest stage the sport has to offer. The game has produced moments that will be talked about for ages and propelled players into icons. You can relive those moments and plays with the NFL Super Bowl Collection.

Watch from Super Bowl I as the Green Bay Packers take on the Kansas City Chiefs. Continue with the dynasties of the seventies, eighties and nineties as they make their way through their glory days. Each game is brought to you with footage directly from NFL films and you'll hear the calls as they happened. The coverage also includes in-game audio and soundtracks not in the original broadcast footage.

There's 23 disks in this set with over 46 hours of footage to enjoy. You'll also get a 26 page reference booklet filled with facts and stats from each game unavailable anywhere else. There is also a year end review special for each season that this collection covers. Plus, you'll get the Top 10 Super Bowls feature that originally aired on the NFL Network.

5 Seasons, 45 Episodes
January 15, 1967
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NFL Super Bowl Collection Full Episode Guide

  • The Green Bay Packers captured their fourth Super Bowl crown with a 31-25 victory over the Steelers. MVP Aaron Rodgers threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns as the Packers captured their first World Championship since the 1996 season.

  • After generations of losing and frustration, the New Orleans Saints captured their first world championship with a 31-17 win over Indianapolis. Trailing at the half, Saints head coach Sean Payton called a surprise on-sides kick to start the third quarter. The gimmick worked and spurred a second-half rally for the Saints.

  • Ben Roethlisberger threw for 264 yards and a touchdown as the Steelers captured their record-setting sixth Super Bowl title with a 27-23 victory. After Larry Fitzgerald gave the Cardinals a 23-20 lead late in the fourth quarter, Roethlisberger brought the Steelers down field culminating with a six-yard pass to Santonio Holmes for the game-winning score.

  • The New York Giants foiled New England's quest for a perfect 19-0 season -- and they did it in dramatic fashion. Trailing 14-10 late in the game, Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw a miraculous reception to David Tyree, setting up a game winning catch by Plaxico Burress in a 17-14 victory.

  • Tony Dungy became the first African-American head coach to win a Super Bowl as the Colts topped the Bears, 29-17. Though Chicago's Devin Hester took the opening kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown, Peyton Manning threw for 247 yards and a touchdown to lead Indianapolis to victory.

  • The Pittsburgh Steelers won their fifth Super Bowl title with a 21-10 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. The Steelers got big plays from Willie Parker and Hines Ward to collect the win in tailback Jerome Bettis' final game.

  • New England collected their second world championship in a three-year span with a thrilling 32-29 victory over the upstart Carolina Panthers. After a tight, defensive first half, the teams exploded for 37 fourth-quarter points before Adam Vinatieri once again provided the game-winning points for the Patriots.

  • One year after leaving the Oakland Raiders to coach the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jon Gruden led his new team over his former team, 48-21, for Tampa Bay's first Super Bowl title. Knowing Oakland's entire game plan, Gruden prepared his defense to perfection -- the unit collected five interceptions and kept the Raiders out of the end zone until late in third period.

  • Tom Brady concluded one of the most unlikely Super Bowl runs ever with a 20-17 victory over the St. Louis Rams. Facing the "greatest show on turf" offense, New England battered the Rams backs and receivers -- grounding the league's most explosive offense. Brady threw for just 145 yards, but led a crucial last-minute drive culminating in Adam Vinatieri's game-winning field goal.

  • Ray Lewis led a stifling Baltimore defense as the Ravens overwhelmed the New York Giants, 34-7, for the franchise's first Super Bowl crown. Baltimore allowed just 178 total yards while the Giants only score came on Ron Dixon's 97-yard kickoff return.

  • The Cinderella story that was the 1999 St. Louis Rams was completed with their thrilling 23-16 victory over the Tennessee Titans. Kurt Warner, who had been stocking grocery shelves just a few years earlier led the Rams from worst to first by throwing for 414 yards and two touchdowns. The game was decided on the final play when Rams linebacker Mike Jones stopped Tennessee's Kevin Dyson just inches from the goal line as time ran out.

  • John Elway and the Denver Broncos scored their second consecutive Super Bowl championship with a 34-19 victory over the Atlanta Falcons. In the last game of his illustrious 16-year career, Elway threw for 336 yards including an 80-yard touchdown strike to wide receiver Rod Smith.

  • It was a match-up for the ages: John Elway vs. Brett Favre with the world championship hanging in the balance. After three previous Super Bowl defeats, it proved to be Elway's day as the aging legend led Denver to the first Super Bowl crown with a 31-24 victory.

  • In 1992, Brett Favre took over starting quarterback chores in Green Bay. By 1996 he was a world champion and the Packers had regained the hallowed trophy bearing Packer legend Vince Lombardi's name. Favre and the Packers outlasted Drew Bledsoe and the Patriots, 35-21 in a battle of two of the NFL's hottest young quarterbacks.

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