11. Rams vs. Titans (2000)
Some Super Bowls throw up fairytales but others serve up agony. Luckily, this was the former for Kurt Warner. His rise in St. Louis is well-documented because he followed an unorthodox path. The Greatest Show on Earth took on the Titans as seven-point favorites. Yes, they won in the end, but they didn’t do it the easy way. It appeared as though were in cruise control after taking a 16-0 lead (via Bleacher Report).
However, Tennessee deserves credit because they didn’t give up. They came back to tie the score late. But this amazing game had more twists. Warner found Isaac Bruce for a 73-yard touchdown before the Titans came back down the other end. They were inches from equalizing it again and sending the game to overtime. But Mike Jones took out Kevin Dyson and made history for the Rams.