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Recounts ten high points in the history of...
Recounts ten high points in the history of football, including the first NFL Championship game to be televised, the "Immaculate Reception" by Franco Harris in 1972, and the comeback by the Buffalo Bills in the 1993 AFC playoff game.
|Chapter 1||Wa-Tho-Huck, All-American: Jim Thorpe Becomes Football's First Superstar||6|
|Chapter 2||"The Greatest Game Ever Played" The NFL's Popularity Booms in 1958||10|
|Chapter 3||The Ice Bowl: The Packers and the Cowboys Battle in Subzero Temperatures||14|
|Chapter 4||"I Guarantee It!" Joe Namath Stuns the World||18|
|Chapter 5||The Immaculate Reception: The Steelers Produce an Amazing Play||22|
|Chapter 6||"The Play" College Football's Comeback Miracle||26|
|Chapter 7||Miracle in Miami: The Little Quarterback That Could||30|
|Chapter 8||San Francisco's Super Save: Joe Montana Creates a Fantastic Finish||34|
|Chapter 9||Football's Greatest Comeback: The Bills Fight Back from a Thirty-two-Point Deficit||38|
|Chapter 10||A Truly Super Tackle: The Rams' Defense Saves the Day||42|
|Football Time Line||46|
|To Learn More||47|