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The second set in the Super Bowl Collection, "Super Bowls XI-XX" takes you back in time to relive some of the greatest moments in Super Bowl history including:
-The Cowboy's dominant defense the recovers from four fumbles and picks four passes en route to victory in Super Bowl XII.
-A Bradshaw-Stallworth pass for 73 yards that makes the difference in Super Bowl XIV.
-The 49ers' close win in Super Bowl XVI that begins a decade of dominance.
-Joe Gibbs' gutsy fourth-and-one play call that changes the momentum of Super Bowl XVII.
-Marcus Allen's incredible change-of-direction run in Super Bowl XVIII.
-The colorful 1985 Bears' defense that shuts down the Pats in Super Bowl XX.
This dynamic 5-disc set features over 10 hours of spectacular game footage, interviews and insights from the players, coaches and commentators who continue the tradition that is the Super Bowl. Build your collection today.
nfl season 1976-1985 revived in 5 dvd thanks to the work of NFL Films. in each DVD are summarized 2 years with a total duration of 45 minutes, plus there are 20 minutes of extra in... Read morePublished 20 days ago by rashomon
This is a great set to have for those who love football and especially the Super Bowls of the past. This purchase is a replace for the set I lost some years ago. Read morePublished 10 months ago by BlingFairy
The CD's came in on time and perfect condition.
I wish the Super Bowl CD's would have come in 1 collection.
I have to buy the fist set as well.
Great highlights featuring the voice of legendary John Facenda, writing of Phil Tuckett and the camera work of Sabol and Co. They're just the way I remember them from ESPN... Read morePublished on January 31, 2012 by J. Klink
If you are a great football fan as I am you will love love these videos. No greater game than the Super Bowl XX and what a great game it was. Read morePublished on February 11, 2011 by Berry