Terry Porter’s 74 yard TD interception sealed the New Orleans Saints first ever Super Bowl Championship. Porter’s TD put the Saints up 31-17 with only 3:12 left in the game. The Colts drove down the field with 2 minutes, only to come up short on Peyton Manning pass to Reggie Wayne…

The Colts started the game quickly with a field goal by Matt Stover and Pierre Garcon TD reception. The Saints responded with 2 FGs before halftime as the Colts took a 10-6 into the locker room. The Colts would receive the ball in the 2nd half….or so we thought.

The Saints opened the 2nd half with a controversial on-sides kick, one that they recovered. The Saints proceeded to take the ball down the field and scored on a Drew Brees TD pass to Pierre Thomas. This score put the Saints up 13-10. The Colts immediately responded with a 4 yard Joseph Addai TD run. The Saints added a late FG to make the score 17-16 Colts heading into the 4th quarter.

The Saints stopped the Colts on their opening drive and the Saints responded with a drive that resulted in a 2 yard TD pass from Brees to Shockey, putting the Saints up 24-17.

Porter defined his career on the next drive by intercepting Manning for 74 yards and a TD, securing New Orleans first ever Super Bowl title.

Drew Brees was named Super Bowl MVP by going 32-39 for 288 yards and 2 TDs.