Super Bowl XXXIV: "One Yard Short" | Rams vs. Titans | NFL Full Game


In honor of Super Tuesday the NFL presents Super Bowl 34 “One Yard Short”

11:52 – Rams fumble snap on FG attempt, Titans take over on downs

19:40 – Titans’ Al Del Greco misses 47-yard FG

20:00 – Torry Holt begins Rams drive with 32-yard reception

23:27 – Rams’ Jeff Wilkins makes 27-yard FG

30:23 – Jeff Wilkins misses 34-yard FG

46:44 – Jeff Wilkins makes 29-yard FG

1:01:31 – Jeff Wilkins makes 28-yard FG

1:40:06 – Rams block Titans’ field goal attempt

1:21:55 – Torry Holt catches 9-yard TD pass from Kurt Warner

1:29:26 – Steve McNair scrambles for 23 Yards to put Titans in scoring position

1:31:05 – Eddie George 1-yard touchdown gives puts Titans on the board

1:41:56 – Steve McNair QB sneak picks up crucial 1st down for Titans

1:47:06 – Eddie George rushes for his second TD

1:56:39 – Al Del Greco makes 43-yard FG to tie game at 16

1:58:34 – Warner launches 73-yard pass to Isaac Bruce for the touchdown to take a late lead

2:08:55 – Steve McNair makes incredible play to bring Titans into scoring position

2:10:42 – “One Yard Short”

With backup quarterback Kurt Warner taking the reins as the full time starter, the Rams offense reached historically great levels and they surged to Super Bowl 34 where they faced a talented Titans team. The game would come to the final yard, literally, as the Rams’ Mike Jones tackled Kevin Dyson on the one yard line to save the game.

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  1. At 2:05:45 on this video the titans accept the 5 yard offsides penalty instead of declining it….they took 1st and five instead of 2nd and 3 to keep a down….those 2 yards would cost them at the end of regulation….

  2. Came here after seeing those awful new Rams Uniforms, The Greatest show on Turf Uniforms were dope back in the day.

  3. A lot of people don’t talk about how the TD only would have tied it up, not win it. Unless they went for the 2 point conversion.

  4. In a era where defenses clamped down on mobile qbs, mcnair was one of the few who eluded and booted in that dominant late 90s early 00s defensive era

  5. Titans fans can sleep at night knowing that they gave it everything they had and the Rams just played one play better.. the Seahawks on the other hand still wish they gave the ball to Lynch

  6. The pass was thrown a tad too much to the inside.
    It needed to be put out just a bit more in front of him so he could catch it in stride.

  7. Rams fan since 1999. I'm 43 and i remember watching this game and when the Titans tied it up at 16, i was scared as hell but when Issac Bruce caught that 73 yd touchdown i went crazy then i got nervous again because McNair took them all the way to the 1 yd line but they came up short. You can just imagine the rollercoaster of emotions in the last 2 minutes of the game. Lmao

  8. What really killed the Titans was that they called there timeouts too early in the second half. They shouldn't have called the timeout right before the 3rd quarter ended. Really clock management killed the both teams.

  9. Arguably the most exciting ending in Super Bowl history. And even though the Titans lost, IMO, McNair should have been MVP.

  10. I think its important to point out that I'm a die hard rams fan but Steve McNair was a good qb and a good guy off the field rip to him man.


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