What is the 1-yard line?

What is the 1-yard line?

Yard Line. The yard line in football is a line on the field that denotes a single yard in length. There are 98 yard lines on a football field each with its own name like the 50 yard line. Yard lines count up from the 1-yard line and are duplicated, meaning there are two of each yard line, but only one 50 yard line.

Who was one yard short?

Louis’ 10-yard line with six seconds remaining, but linebacker Mike Jones tackled wide receiver Kevin Dyson one yard short of the goal line to prevent a potential game-tying touchdown. The play became known as “One Yard Short” and “The Tackle”.

What Super Bowl ended on the 1-yard line?

11: Rams stop Titans at 1-yard line in SB XXXIV. St. Louis Rams linebacker Mike Jones’ tackle of Kevin Dyson at the 1-yard line to secure a Super Bowl XXXIV win ranks No.

Who tackled Kevin Dyson in the Super Bowl?

linebacker Mike Jones
Nineteen years ago, linebacker Mike Jones made the most famous tackle in NFL history by stopping Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kevin Dyson one yard short of a potential game-tying touchdown to secure a Super Bowl XXXIV victory for the St. Louis Rams.

Has every NFL team made the playoffs at least once?

All 32 active NFL teams have qualified for and won a game in the playoffs. Teams that have never made it beyond each successive milestone are listed under the year in which they began NFL play.

Who made the first tackle in Super Bowl 1?

RED MACK FILE. Packers highlights: Member of 1966 NFL championship and Super Bowl I teams. Recorded first tackle in Super Bowl history. Played in eight regular-season games in Packers tenure.

Who made the tackle in Super Bowl?

Rams’ Aaron Donald proves he’s built for the moment in Super Bowl LVI victory. INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Much of Aaron Donald’s pregame routine is visible for the world to see. The Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle can be spotted working on his hand techniques or perfecting his burst from a three-point stance.