Returning Steelers troll here with actually something non-partisan to contribute. The way I see it, Since the history of the Super Bowl, there have been several dynasties: Arguably, the would be 1970s Pittsburgh 1980s San Francisco 1990s Dallas 2000s New England I cannot think of a play for Dallas right now but if somebody has one, please submit it. But it seems like there was one fortunate play in the playoffs that propelled the above dynasty teams. Because until the play happened, it appeared they were heading for a loss in that game. In the case of Pittsburgh, it was the Franco Harris immaculate recption. For San Francisco, it would have been the TD pass from Montana to Clark. For New Enlgand, the "tuck" ruling. My questions are, do any of you agree with this assessment based on the criteria of defining playoff play prior to a first Super Bowl that was the start of becoming a dynasty. And secondly, what would be the playoff play for the Cowboys of the 90s, if any? Good luck today against JAX!