With four weeks left of Belichick 20/20 and four more Super Bowl victories to visit, we rewind to February 1st, 2004. The 14-2 Patriots were squaring off against the 11-5 Carolina Panthers. The Panthers, two years removed from a 1-15 season, entered the playoffs as a Wild-Card team and after beating Dallas, St. Louis in double overtime, and Philadelphia, the stage for Super Bowl 38 was set. Super Bowl 38 was an ‘every-other-quarter’ type of game; zero total combined points in quarters one and three with 61 total combined points in quarters two and four. Tied at 29 with 1:08 left to play, Panthers’ kicker John Kasey kicked the ensuing kickoff out-of-bounds, giving Tom Brady and the Patriots the football at their own 40-yard line. Brady would then lead the Patriots to the Panthers’ 24-yard line where Adam Vinatieri would connect on a 41-yard field goal to give the Patriots their second Super Bowl title.