Super Bowl XXIX | January 29, 1995 – A record breaking Super Bowl in a number of aspects – The 49ers became the first franchise to win five Super Bowls and the combined score of 75 points (49-26) remains a Super Bowl record. This was also the first time both teams scored in all four quarters. Played in Miami, Steve Young won the Super Bowl MVP, throwing for six touchdown passes, 325 yards and running for 49, becoming the first player to be the top passer and rusher in the game.
Super Bowl XXXVIII | Adam Vinatieri kicked a 41-yard field goal with four seconds remaining as the Patriots won their second Super Bowl in three seasons. While it took a Super-Bowl record 26 minutes and 55 seconds for the first points to be scored, the teams combined for 868 yards (481 by New England) and the game also featured the highest scoring quarter (combined 37 points in the fourth). At age 26, Tom Brady is a two-time Super Bowl MVP.
Michael Jerome Irvin: WR#88 One of his greatest performances was in Super Bowl XXVII, where he caught seven passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns. His two touchdowns catches were both in the second quarter and occurred in a span of just 18 seconds, the fastest pair of touchdowns ever scored by one player in Super Bowl history. He also became only the second player ever to score 2 touchdowns in one quarter of a Super Bowl