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Denver Wins 2nd Title in a Row
John Elway
If John Elway returns for a 17th NFL season, he would be 39 before Super Bowl XXXIV. (AP)

In what may have been his last Super Bowl, John Elway gave everyone a game to remember. Denver's quarterback threw for 336 yards and a touchdown and snuck in for the clinching score as the Broncos beat the Falcons, 34-19, in Super Bowl XXXIII.

Post Columnists on the Super Bowl
Chad   Kornheiser   Wilbon

Elway Still Favors Retirement
John Elway concedes that going for the unprecedented Super Bowl three-peat has him thinking about returning for another season.

Missed Plays Burned Atlanta
The Atlanta Falcons, once the league's laughingstocks, played their worst game of the year Sunday – the season's biggest day. Still, they hold their heads high.

Robinson Plays, Apologizes


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Elway Gilds Legend With Repeat Title

Notebook: Denver Police Need Tear Gas
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Unlikely Heroes Give Broncos Big Plays
Romanowski Comes Clean After Incident
The Man Has All the Super Bowl Answers
Ex-Castoff Chandler Finds Home in Atlanta


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Shanahan, Reeves Exchange Few Words
Davis's Versatility Helps Broncos Win
Sharpe Sidelined With Knee Injury

For Some More Than Others, Another Dismal Flop
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Leonard Shapiro, in his column for washingtonpost.com, reflects on another disappointing Super Bowl, wonders what Eugene Robinson and Lawrence Taylor were thinking and ponders John Elway's future with the Broncos.

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