8. Third and Really Long
What: Super Bowl XXV vs. Buffalo Bills
Thanks to Scott Norwood's botched field goal at the end of the game (more on that later), the Giants' 14-play, 75-yard third quarter drive to score a touchdown—which is often referred to as one of the greatest drives in Super Bowl history due to the fact that it chewed up more than nine minutes of clock—always gets overlooked. But that drive resulted in an important touchdown. And it wouldn't have been possible without this spectacular effort by Mark Ingram on a key third-and-13 play. How the hell did Ingram break all those tackles?