Super Bowl Comebacks: Teams That Took the Lead with Final Score
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|1.||V||1970||Baltimore Colts||16||Dallas Cowboys||13||With the score tied 13-13, Jim O’Brien kicks 32-yard field goal
|2.||XXIII||1988||San Francisco 49ers||20||Cincinnati Bengals||16||With the Bengals up 16-13, Joe Montana hits John Taylor for a 10-Yard TD
|3.||XXV||1990||New York Giants||20||Buffalo Bills||19||With the Bills up 19-17, Matt Bahr kicks 21-yard field goal|
|4.||XXXII||1997||Denver Broncos||31||Green Bay Packers||24||With the score tied 24-24, Terrell Davis runs it in from 1 yard|
|5.||XXXIV||1999||St. Louis Rams||23||Tennessee Titans||16||With the score tied 16-16, Kurt Warner hits Isaac Bruce for a 73-Yard TD|
|6.||XXXVI||2001||New England Patriots||20||St. Louis Rams||17||With the score tied 17-17, Adam Vinatieri kicks 48-yard FG|
|7.||XXXVIII||2003||New England Patriots||32||Carolina Panthers||29||With the score tied 29-29, Adam Vinatieri kicks 41-yard FG|
|8.||XLII||2007||New York Giants||17||New England Patriots||14||With the Patriots up 14-10, Eli Manning hits Plaxico Burress for a 13-yard TD|
|9.||XLIII||2008||Pittsburgh Steelers||27||Arizona Cardinals||23||With the Cardinals up 23-20, Ben Roethlisberger hits Santonio Holmes for a 6-yard TD|
|10.||XLVI||2011||New York Giants||21||New England Patriots||17||With the Patriots up 17-15, Ahmad Bradshaw runs it in from 6 yards|
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