Packers Lose to the Broncos in Super Bowl XXXII
Jan. 25, 1998 – The Packers have no answer for Denver’s Terrell Davis who runs for 157 yards in the Broncos’ 31-24 victory in Super Bowl XXXII at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. Davis rushes for three touchdowns, including one in the fourth quarter that Green Bay concedes. “We had to let them score,” explains coach Mike Holmgren. “That way, we get the ball back with some time to work with. We had a game earlier where a team (Colts) ran the clock out and kicked a field goal.” In the final minute and 45 seconds, Brett Favre completes four passes to running back Dorsey Levens before throwing three incompletions to end Green Bay’s last stand.