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INSIDE THIS ISSUE

1 Why I Became a Lawyer

2 3 Cheers for Chi Chi! What Kind of Auto Insurance Do I Need? 3 Documents to Gather After an Accident Chasen’s Famous Chili 4 The Most Iconic Super Bowl in NFL History

Going into the 1999 NFL season, no one expected anything from the St. Louis Rams. When starting quarterback Trent Green went down with a gruesome knee injury in the preseason, ESPN The Magazine slated the Rams to be the worst team in the NFL that year. With few options, coach Dick Vermeil named a virtually unknown player as his new starting quarterback, humbly stating in a press conference, “We will rally around Kurt Warner, and we’ll play good football.” Five years before his start, 22-year-old Kurt Warner was stocking shelves at a grocery store in Cedar Falls, Iowa, for $5.50 an hour. He had amassed 16 snaps in the NFL prior to taking the reins for the 1999 season, and what proceeded to transpire on the field was utter pandemonium, giving the Rams the nickname “The Greatest Show on Turf.” This improbable season set the stage for one of the most dramatic games in Super Bowl history. After scoring 16 unanswered points against the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV, the Rams looked poised to coast to the Lombardi Trophy, but the Titans had different plans. The Georgia Dome was rocking after two Eddie George touchdown HOW SUPER BOWL XXXIV MADE AN ICON OUT OF A GROCERY STORE CLERK ONE FOR THE AGES

runs, and a field goal brought the Titans level at 16– 16, with just over two

minutes of play remaining. In response, Warner found receiver Isaac Bruce for a 73-yard touchdown, bringing the score to 23–16 with 1:54 left on the clock. But the Titans weren’t done. Quickly moving the ball down the field, Titans quarterback Steve McNair found himself with a third and 5 inside the Rams 30-yard line with 22 seconds left. Scrambling around and fighting off two players trying to pull him down, McNair threw the ball to Kevin Dyson at the 10-yard line. A quick timeout left six seconds on the clock, and the Titans were one play away from tying the game. On the next play, McNair found Dyson on a quick slant, and when he caught the ball at the 4-yard line, it appeared a touchdown was imminent. Suddenly, linebacker Mike Jones wrapped the receiver at the hips. Dyson extended his arm, but when he hit the AstroTurf, he was 1 yard short of the goal line. The Rams had pulled off the impossible, earning their first Super Bowl title ever.

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