That was Emmitt Smith on Dallas' first offensive play of Super Bowl XXVII. The play went for no gain.
The only player to intercept a Troy Aikman pass in the Super Bowl was defensive back Nate Odomes of the Buffalo Bills. During the second quarter of Super Bowl XXVIII in Atlanta, Odomes picked off an Aikman pass at the Buffalo 12 and returned it 41 yards to the Dallas 47. The ensuing Buffalo series resulted in a Steve Christie field goal that gave the Bills a 13-6 halftime lead. The Cowboys went on to win the game in the second half, 30-13.
Fake hand off "playing the hand off then action of the pass"
In 10 games played against the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman had a 4-and-6 career record against his National Football Conference rivals. But two of the Cowboys' wins were victories in the NFC Championship Games of 1993 and 1994, which denied the Niners back-to-back Super Bowl berths against the AFC's Buffalo Bills. Interestingly, Aikman started but did not finish two of the games against the Niners. He suffered a concussion in the second half of the 1994 NFC Championship Game against San Francisco at Texas Stadium. After Aikman's departure, backup quarterback Bernie Kosar secured a 38-21 Dallas victory with a clutch 42-yard touchdown pass to receiver Alvin Harper. In a 1995 regular-season game at Texas Stadium, Aikman sustained a bruised knee early in the contest and was replaced by Wade Wilson. The 49ers won, 38-20.
A rush is the result of a hand off. A reception is the result of a forward pass. Now it depends on what level of football you are talking about to some degree when you you are talking about a backwards pass. College considers this a rush and the pros still consider this a pass.
An incomplete pass
The longest football pass ever recorded was about 103 yards.
No, it is ruled an incomplete pass
The spiral pass is the most accurate.
Ground pass and lob pass