Green Bay played the Broncos in Super Bowl XXXII. It was a fun game with some great displays all over the field. In the end, Terrell Davis won the game’s MVP award. The Denver Bronco running back was outstanding but he wasn’t the only productive offensive weapon on the day. Freeman was equally effective for the Packers on the day but people don’t usually talk about losing players.
The Packers star caught nine passes for 126 yards and a pair of touchdowns but Davis managed one more. This was a Super Bowl record and it proved to be decisive. However, on another day, we’d be talking about Freeman’s success. He didn’t get the result he wanted but he improved his reputation (via CBS Sports).