Super Bowl XLI MVP, Peyton Manning, fights past the Chicago Bears tight defense in the midst of terrible wet conditions on field.
Super Bowl XLI Halftime show is performed by none other than The Artist himself, Prince.
With Prince as Super Bowl XLI's Halftime performer, a little "Purple Rain" wasn't going to stop the performance.
Indianapolis Colts Dominic Rhodes has the endzone in his eyes.
Prince performs during the Halftime show as one of his dancers enjoys the music in the rain.
Take it from Colts QB, Peyton Manning, "We're #1".
Colts Head Coach, Tony Dungy, makes NFL history as the first African American coach to win the Super Bowl.
Colts Peyton Manning holds the Vince Lombardi trophy after being named Super Bowl XLI MVP.
Indianapolis Colts' Bob Sanders holds the Vince Lombardi trophy high as the fans scream and cheer.
Colts Quarterback Peyton Manning and Head Coach Tony Dungy celebrate in the middle of Dolphins stadium in Miami.
Prince throws his hands in the air as he welcomes all the cheers from the audience after a hot performance.
A kiss sealed on the Vince Lombardi trophy from Bob Sanders of the Colts symbolizes victory in Super Bowl XLI.
A couple of Chicago Bear fans are in disbelief of the outcome of the game.
Prince performs at Halftime during Super Bowl XLI with a number of guitar changes.
It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's Robert Mathis of the Indianapolis Colts flying towards Chicago Bears QB Rex Grossman.
Long-time friends, Indianapolis Head Coach, Tony Dungy, and Chicago Bears Head Coach, Lovie Smith, greet each other on field after the game.
The Colts celebrate their victory as they pass around the Vince Lombardi trophy.
Chicago Bear fans look on with disappointment as the game winds down.
Indianapolis Colts Head Cach, Tony Dungy, knew it was coming eventually as he is doused with water and gatorade in the closing moments of the Colts victory in Super Bowl XLI.