sorry. my recollection of an nfl films presentation I saw 3 years ago is kinda of hazy. At least I'm well aware that Super Bowl xxxiv was played in the peach state. http://espn.go.com/nfl/1999/991031/recap/stlten.html I don't see how a gridlock 4th quarter is not a close game. btw- did you notice Superdome or not? :winker: The Giants went up by a large margin in our game with them recently. We built a rapid comeback there and ultimately won. In that game with the Rams seasons ago the Rams were the one who were unable to engineer the comeback.. even though they got close and countless opprotunities to get it done. what? the whole 4th quarter? ... must be some kind of irony that in the superbowl later that year the Titans were the one who found themselves down and nearly engineered the greatest comeback ever... because of the magnitude of it being a superbowl... points are points and wins are wins but the greatest comeback in a superbowl has to be the greatest comeback ever... I mean, winning the superbowl is the reason the other games are even played.