Super Bowl XXXIV – The Tackle
In January of 2000, the St. Louis Rams won their first Super Bowl in Atlanta, Georgia
131 is the 32nd Prime number
It was Super Bowl XXXIV
Wikipedia notes that this was only the fourth time in NFL history there was no rest week between the Conference Championship games and the Super Bowl. The game was played on January 30th, written 1/30 or 30/1
The game had Standard numerology of 31
The Rams’ coach at the time, Dick Vermeil, was born on 10/30
Vermeil had turned 3300 weeks old a couple days before the game, which occurred on a date with a life lesson number of 33
It was the Rams’ first NFL Championship in 51 years. The game was played on a date with Full numerology of 51
The game is famous for its last play, in which Linebacker Mike Jones tackled Wide Receiver Kevin Dyson just one yard shy of a game-tying touchdown. Kevin Dyson was born on a date with a Life Lesson number of 51
Both Mike Jones and Kevin Dyson have full names that sum to 211 in the alphabetic order.
211 is the 47th Prime number
This is appropriate for the final play between two cities with 47 gematria:
In Francis Bacon gematria, Rams sums to 77, just like St. Louis Rams in Reverse Reduction:
The man who was tackled just short of the end zone, Kevin Dyson, has 77 gematria with both his last and full names:
On the date of the game, he was 7 months, 7 days after his birthday:
This same duration is also a span of 222 days. He was also a span of 146 days before his next birthday. This lines up perfectly with the Reverse gematria of Super Bowl 34
It was Mike Jones who made the tackle. He was 1606 weeks old:
To be exact, Jones was 30 years, 290 days old:
In Franc Baconis gematria, St. Louis Rams sums to 329
Notice how Rams by itself has gematria of 101 in that cipher.
Jones has Full birth numerology of 107. He tackled Dyson one yard short of the goal line.
Why were the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV in the first place?
The game’s listed attendance was 72,000+
The Roman numerals XXXIV represent 34
The head coach of the Titans was Jeff Fisher, who was in his 340th day of his age on the date of the game:
The Tennessee Titans lost because they fell just short of the end zone