Pittsburgh 0 10 7 8-25
Green Bay 14 7 0 10-31
Needing to go 87 yards in 1:59 with one timeout left, Roethlisberger couldn't make it across midfield.
Jennings caught his second TD pass of the game to give the Packers a 28-17 lead with 11:57 to play - their third touchdown following a takeaway.
New Orleans 0 6 10 15-31
Indianapolis 10 0 7 0-17
New Orleans opened the second half by recovering an onside kick which led to a 16-yard touchdown pass from Drew Brees to Pierre Thomas and the Saints' first lead. Indianapolis came back with a 76-yard scoring drive capped by Joseph Addai's 4-yard touchdown run. Hartley's 47-yard field goal pulled the Saints within one point through three quarters.
In the fourth, Matt Stover missed a 51-yard field goal attempt with 10:39 to play. Brees completed all seven pass attempts on the ensuing drive, capped by Jeremy Shockeys 2-yard scoring catch with 5:42 remaining. The Saints scored their two-point attempt to take a 24-17 lead.
Pittsburgh 3 14 3 7-27
Arizona 0 7 0 16-23
Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh offense ended a game of incredible swings with a final-minute touchdown for an historic victory over the Cardinals. Santonio Holmes made a brilliant 6-yard catch deep in the right corner of the end zone with 35 seconds remaining, lifting the Steelers to a record-setting sixth Super Bowl win.
The stunning swings overshadowed Pittsburgh linebacker James Harrison's record 100-yard interception return for a touchdown to end the first half.
Pittsburgh's 79-yard, 16-play drive ended with Jeff Reed's 21-yard field goal for a 20-7 lead after three quarters.
Kurt Warner and the Cardinals staged a remarkable rally in the fourth quarter to go in front 23-20 with 2:37 remaining.
Two plays later, Warner hit Fitzgerald in stride for a 64-yard touchdown and the lead.
With 2:30 left, Roethlisberger engineered a 78-yard drive out of the shotgun. Roethlisberger connected with Holmes on passes of 14, 13 and 40 yards before hitting him in the right corner.
New England 0 7 0 7-14
The win was the Giants' 11th straight on the road, and the first time the Patriots tasted defeat in more than a year. New England (18-1) was one play from winning, but its defense couldn't stop a 12-play, 83-yard drive that featured a spectacular leaping catch by David Tyree, who scored New York's first touchdown early in the fourth quarter.
With only 1:15 left when Manning faced a third-and-5 at his own 44. The Patriots brought pressure, and Manning somehow shook loose from the grasps of Jarvis Green and Richard Seymour. Scrambling to his right, he made a desperate, dangerous toss deep down the middle.
Tyree jumped up and with Rodney Harrison on his back, managed to get both hands on the ball. Harrison fought him the whole way, slapping at the ball and momentarily pinning it to Tyree's helmet. That gave Tyree a chance to get a better grip and as he fell backward, he had the presence to hold the ball aloft to show it was his.
Indianapolis 6 10 6 7-29
Chicago 14 0 3 0-17
Tony Dungy became the first black coach to win the championship, beating good friend and protege Lovie Smith in a game that featured the first two black coaches in the Super Bowl.
Chicago's Devin Hester opened the game with a 92-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, the first time a Super Bowl began with a touchdown. Two possessions later Manning connected on a 53-yard pass to Reggie Wayne. Hunter Smith mishandled the snap on the extra point in the steady rain, allowing the Bears to hold a 7-6 lead. The Bears took a 14-6 lead later in the quarter on Muhsin Muhammad's 4-yard touchdown reception.
The Colts scored 10 points in the second quarter, capped by Dominic Rhodes' 1-yard run, for a 16-14 halftime lead.
Indianapolis scored field goals in its first two possessions of the third quarter and put the game away on Kelvin Hayden's 56 interception return for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter.
Seattle 3 0 7 0-10
Pittsburgh 0 7 7 7-21
The Steelers had a chance to close out the Seahawks later in the third quarter. On a third-and-6 from the Seahawks' 7-yard line, Ben Roethlisberger threw an interception that Kelly Herndon returned a Super Bowl-record 76 yards. That set up the Seahawks' only touchdown, a 16-yard pass by Matt Hasselbeck to Jerramy Stevens.
That catch clinched the MVP trophy for Ward, who had five catches for 123 yards.
New England 0 7 7 10-24
Philadelphia 0 7 7 7-21
Philadelphia's final drive started on its own 4, with 46 seconds left. Rodney Harrison ended the Eagle's hopes three plays later, with his second interception of the game.
Carolina 0 10 0 19-29
New England 0 14 0 18-32
The teams went a record 26:55 without any points before Tom Brady hit Deion Branch for a 7-0 Patriot lead. The teams combined for 24 points in the final 3:05 of the half after both defenses had been dominant. After a scoreless third quarter, the teams went back and forth, scoring a total of 37 points over the final quarter.
Mike Vrabel, a linebacker playing offense for a play, caught a touchdown to put New England back ahead 29-22 at 2:51. Delhomme's 12-yard pass to Ricky Proehl capped an 80-yard drive to tie the game with 1:08 remaining.
John Kasay's ensuing kickoff went out of bounds, giving the Patriots the ball on their own 40-yard line. Brady, who earned his second MVP award, moved New England to the Carolina 23 in five plays, leaving the game up to one of the best clutch kickers in the game.