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In recent memory, it’s definitely Super Bowl XLVII. 49ers vs. Ravens.

I just never hear anyone talk about this game at all, it’s almost as if it never happened. Yeah, there was the blackout, but that’s about all you hear about it.
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4 days ago#2
I'll say Cowboys vs Broncos in the 70s. No clue about anything from that game aside from who won and a couple player names.
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4 days ago#3
Colts vs. Bears for me. I forgot that this Super Bowl even occurred within the last 10-11 years.
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4 days ago#4
I forgot.
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4 days ago#5
XVIII - It's the only Super Bowl over a 15 year period in the 80s and 90s won by the AFC and a blow out to boot. The only thing memorable about it was the iconic Apple Macintosh commercial by Ridley Scott that aired during it.
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4 days ago#6
Bucs vs Raiders

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mew4ever
4 days ago#7
Niners Ravens was plenty memorable.

Harbowl
blackout
Joe Flacco had potentially the GOAT postseason for a qb
should have been the super bowl the year before as well. Lee Evans dropped a gw td for the ravens in New England and Kyle Williams muffed punts twice as the niners went 1-13 on 3rd down against the giants.

All that and the fact neither team was a modern powerhouse like the Patriots makes it easy to remember.
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mew4ever posted...
Lee Evans dropped a gw td for the ravens in New England and Kyle Williams muffed punts twice as the niners went 1-13 on 3rd down against the giants.


and yet if you go watch even literal high school football, you'll see a guy double-muff f***ing never

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coffee7729
4 days ago#9
Just going based off of the ones I can actually remember (since 1997 or so), I'd say the most forgettable ones were:

Cardinals/Steelers 2009 (didn't care about either team at all and I don't remember anything about this game off the top of my head besides a James Harrison pick-6 right before halftime)
Harbowl 2013 (I swear the only reason I remember anything about this game at all is because the power went out)
Broncos/Seahawks 2014 (just because the game sucked so bad)

All other Super Bowls I look back on and can remember a few significant things about or just being good games in general.
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4 days ago#10
coffee7729 posted...
Broncos/Seahawks 2014
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