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How Does Super Bowl LVlll Rank vs Other Super Bowls?

Super Bowl 58 was one to remember. With Patrick Mahomes getting his third ring and GOAT conversations heating up and Chris Jones announcing he wants to come back for another year this chiefs team could be shaping up to be a dynasty. Meanwhile, Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers can never seem to get over the hump. Multiple special teams mistakes and the controversial overtime decision (to take the ball first) is the leading faults to why the 49ers lost this one.

In terms of entertainment, this one started off slow, it was the first scoreless first quarter since the 2019 Rams and Patriots matchup that ended in a 13-3 Patriots win. The second quarter things started to heat up with the 49ers taking a 10-3 lead heading into half. The third quarter brought us Patrick Mahomes doing Patrick Mahomes things taking a 13-10 lead behind a 28 yard touchdown throw to MVS.

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The fourth quarter and overtime held a 12-12 combined score and the chiefs were crowned back to back champions. Super Bowl 58 definitely started off slow but was super entertaining so let’s take a look at some other all-time great Super Bowls to see how good it really was.

Super Bowl LI Patriots vs Falcons

Well when you talk famous Super Bowls this one has to be mentioned. 28-3, now a lead every NFL team fears because Tom Brady came back down twenty-five points to win it 34-28 in overtime. This was the GOAT’s 5th ring and the perfect ending to cap off a special season.

Super Bowl XLIX Patriots vs Seahawks

Every single one of these big super bowl games have a headline that everyone remembers them by: 28-3, Malcolm Butler, and a spoiler below, the Philly Special. This one was Malcolm Butler intercepting Wilson’s pass at the goal line to lose the game 28-24. One would argue a bigger moment in the game was Jermaine Kearse’s crazy catch to get the Seahawks to that moment. All in all, out of the other Super Bowls this one is the most memorable.

Super Bowl LII Eagles vs Patriots

From the Philly Special to the nearly 1,200 combined offensive yards, this offensive battle was one for the ages. What was thought to be an incredible defense led by Bill Belichick was dissected by fill in QB Nick Foles. Behind 373 passing yards, 4 total touchdowns and the main touchdown catch on a trick play to help the Eagles take a big 22-12 lead going into halftime. The 41-33 Super Bowl is thought to be the most offensive Super Bowl in modern history and was a relatively clean game with only 2 combined turnovers for each team.

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