While we are waiting for live sports to return, you can enjoy some of the best live sports of yesteryear.
You can do this this week on NBCSN and NBC, with seven classic Super Bowls rebroadcasting Monday through Sunday. All were originally televised by NBC.
It starts at 8:00 p.m. on Monday evening. ET on NBCSN, with Super Bowl XIII between the Steelers and Cowboys. It was by far the best of the first 13 Super Bowl games. With one of the most memorable drops in NFL history.
Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET on NBCSN, one of the best NFL games ever seen on TV again: Super Bowl XLIX between the Patriots and Seahawks. With one of the most memorable game calls in NFL history.
Another great Super Bowl can be seen on Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. ET on NBCSN: # 43 between the Steelers and Cardinals. With more than a few great moments ever.
On Thursday at 8 p.m. ET on NBCSN, it’s Super Bowl XXXII. The Packers and the Broncos and a certain helicopter impression that occurred when Green Bay tried 30 years later to record wins in Super Bowl I and II with an appropriate sentence.
The NBCSN game on Friday night at 8:00 p.m. ET has the 49ers and Bengals meeting at Super Bowl XXIII. It is a game that has been decided in the last few seconds. If you look closely, you may see John Candy.
The Super Bowl week ends on Sunday. The Super Bowl XX a / k / a is the crowning moment for the 85 Bears on NBC at 3:00 p.m. ET and Super Bowl III a / k / a Joe Namath does it right when he predicts that the Colts will fight on NBCSN at 8:00 p.m. ET.
During each show, Liam McHugh will speak with key characters from every game – from Lynn Swann to Malcolm Butler, Santonio Holmes, Terrell Davis, Jerry Rice, Mike Singletary and Dan Hampton to Namath.
Seven classic Super Bowls that came to NBCSN, NBC this week originally appeared on Pro Football Talk