The NFL’s season is over and the league’s players are celebrating in Los Angeles.
But for the rest of us, it’s still early.
Here’s a look at the most interesting Super Bowls of all time.
2001: Atlanta Falcons at New England Patriots The Falcons have been playing at the top of their game for the better part of a decade, and that streak has come to an end with the Patriots in the Super Bowl.
Atlanta led New England 23-3 in the third quarter before the Patriots got on the board on their next possession with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Julian Edelman.
Afterward, Belichick called it the best game of his career.
“I’ve been in the NFL for 20 years and never seen anything like that,” he said.
“That’s the best thing I’ve ever seen.
That’s what you dream of when you get drafted, you dream about being the best player on the field and being able to take the ball in the end zone and say, ‘I’m going to put this ball on my shoulders.’
That’s something that I never thought I’d be able to do.”
Edelman and Matt Ryan ran for 108 yards, and the Patriots rallied from a 17-0 deficit to win, 28-27.
It was the most lopsided win in Super Bowl history.
2012: San Diego Chargers at Seattle Seahawks The Chargers have won four Super Bowl titles, including three straight from 1999-2004.
They’ll have to win the Super, though, to claim a third.
The Chargers were favored to win by two touchdowns before the Seattle Seahawks scored four straight touchdowns to take a 14th-and-10 at the 1.
Then, after a Seahawks punt went off the right upright and into the endzone, the Chargers raced down the field for a 10-7 lead with 2:38 remaining.
Seattle had the ball with 1:25 left but couldn’t convert it, forcing a tie game and forcing overtime.
After the extra point, Philip Rivers hit Wes Welker for a 3-yard TD with 15 seconds left.
That sealed the deal for the Chargers, who won 31-28.
2013: Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs Buffalo’s defense has been among the league leaders since it was revamped by the coaches.
This season, the Bills have had to play without starters like EJ Manuel, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Jordan Wilkins.
They also lost linebacker Jairus Byrd to a torn Achilles’ tendon.
But Buffalo had a solid night offensively with touchdowns from Mike Williams, Tyrod Taylor and Marcell Dareus.
Williams finished with 107 yards on 12 carries.
Taylor scored two touchdowns on 13 carries.
Williams had three catches for 35 yards.
Taylor is the only player in the league to have three straight 1,000-yard seasons, joining the likes of Cam Newton, Cam Newton and Drew Brees.
Taylor was the NFL’s No. 1 rusher in 2014, and he has since eclipsed the 2,000 yard mark twice.
The Bills are in a good spot heading into the season.
But, if the season ends with a tie, they could face the Chiefs for the second straight year.
2016: Denver Broncos at Seattle 49ers The Broncos are back to playing a brand-new style of football.
Coach Vance Joseph has changed the way the team plays and the offense has taken on a more physical look.
The Broncos were favored by six points before the Seahawks scored touchdowns on consecutive possessions.
The Seattle offense scored the final eight points of the game, but it couldn’t take away Denver’s lead, 24-20, with 1 minutes and 37 seconds left in the first half.
The game was decided by two field goals in the fourth quarter.
2011: New England Giants at Green Bay Packers After being beaten by the Colts in Week 1, New England took the next three games by an average of 16 points.
It’s the kind of season that’s likely to put the team in a playoff position, and with two weeks remaining in the regular season, they can clinch the division.
The Patriots are in good shape after taking care of business against the Bears and Colts.
They have to play the Packers again, though.
2016 (OT): Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers (OT) The Seahawks’ win over the 49ers on Sunday put them back in the hunt for the NFC West title.
They’re just two games behind the Cardinals, but the 49er defense has struggled to contain Russell Wilson, who has thrown three interceptions in three games.
Wilson is the MVP of the playoffs, so he’s going to have to stay healthy for this matchup.
The Seahawks will be playing their fourth game in five nights and should have a good chance to take home the division crown.
2015: Green Bay Vikings at New York Giants This game is one of the