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"Oh S#@t" Super Bowl Plays of the Millennium (So Far)

In anticipation of Sunday’s potential classic, here are eight bona fide highlights.

Most Athletic Display by a Super Bowl Halftime Performer

Bruce Springsteen’s “Power Slide” (Pittsburg Steelers vs. Arizona Cardinals, Super Bowl XLIII)

The Super Bowl Halftime Show has produced some memorable moments in this new millennium, from the Janet Jackson “wardrobe malfunction” to the Black Eyed Peas continued campaign to destroy western civilization. But when it comes to sheer athletic prowess, no one can top “The Boss” who, along with the E Street Band, rocked the stage of the 2009 show. Known for working up a sweat faster than Patrick Ewing, Springsteen showed no signs of slowing down at age 59, jumping on the piano while telling fans at home to “put those chicken fingers down!” During the opener, "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out," the Boss pulled off one of his signature stage slides, crashing (his crotch) into a cameraman in the process.


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