Today, Sports Illustrated is unveiling its list of the Most Decisive Moments over the course of the past 44 Super Bowls, presented by Bing. Most games come down to one play, one decision, one moment that decides the outcome. Sports Illustrated has compiled the Most Decisive Moments in Super Bowl history and users will be voting their way to decide on the most decisive moment of all time to be announced on Feb 4th.
At Bing, our goal is to make your game-day decisions easier, and combining the award-winning journalism from Sports Illustrated with Bing’s role as a decision engine has created a unique opportunity for fans to take part in this iconic event in a way that hasn’t been done before. We’re excited to see fans decide and share their views on the most Decisive Moment, while introducing millions of football fans to Bing.
The list, which will be featured in this week’s Sports Illustrated issue, the corresponding iPad app and prominently on SI.com, captures the critical decisions and decisive moments that changed the outcome of the game – such as David Tyree’s ball on helmet catch in Super Bowl XLII. You can check out these moments with interviews from the key players along with perspective from SI’s award-winning editorial team at http://si.com/supermoments.
Of the 44 moments assembled, the Sports Illustrated team has narrowed down the list to the eight most compelling moments which include:
- Joe Nameth’s guarantee of victory in Super Bowl III
- Scott Norwood’s wide right FG miss in Super Bowl XXV
- Mike Jones game saving tackle on Kevin Dyson in Super Bowl XXXIV
The voting spans three weeks bringing eight moments to four, then a final two until the winner is announced on February 4.
Cast your vote and help decide the winner of the Most Decisive Moment of all time.
Please visit http://si.com/supermoments for more details and let us know your vote.
– Danielle Tiedt, General Manager, Bing