The Super Bowl: All about Pro Football's Biggest Event by Hans Hetrick
By Hans Hetrick
The 1st tremendous Bowl in 1967 was once no longer an important occasion that drew large crowds. yet when you consider that then it has grown into the largest and preferred occasion in activities. on the finish of each season, 12 groups slug it out to make it to the nationwide soccer Leagues championship online game. become aware of the best groups, avid gamers, and video games in tremendous Bowl background
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But it was Cowboys linebacker Chuck Howley who took home the mVp award. Howley earned the award for intercepting two of Colts quarterback Johnny unitas’ passes. Howley also recovered a fumble in the game. 29 GLOSSARy blitz (BLITS)—a play in which several defending players charge toward the quarterback to tackle him bye (BYE)—when a team has played well enough to automatically advance to the second round of the playoffs dynasty (DYE-nuh-stee)—a team that wins multiple championships over a period of several years end zone (END ZOHN)—the area between the goal line and the end line at either end of a football field Hail Mary (HAYL MAY-ree)—a play where the quarterback throws the ball deep toward the end zone in the hope that one of the team’s receivers will catch it safety (SAYF-tee)—when a player is tackled behind his own goal line; the defensive team is awarded two points and the ball shut out (SHUHT OUT)—to keep an opposing team from scoring touchback (TUCH-bak)—when a football has been ruled dead behind a team’s own goal line turnover (TURN-oh-vur)—when a team loses possession of the ball wild card (WILD CARD)—a team that advances to the playoffs without winning its division 30 READ MORE Buckley, James.
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But since then it has grown into the biggest and most popular event in sports. at the end of every season, 12 teams slug it out to make it to the national Football League’s championship game. Discover the greatest teams, players, and games in super Bowl history. The The Super Bow l : All about Pro Football’s Biggest Event WInneR takes aLL Lights flash, confetti and balloons fly, and the crowd roars as one team is crowned the champion. Few things can beat the thrill of watching your favorite team win a championship.