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Complete List and Details of the all the Super Bowls (Super Bowl I to Super Bowl LIV)

Introduction

The history of Super Bowls begins with the NFL – AFL merger in the 1966. The winner of the NFL would play the winner of the AFL in a championship game which was labeled the Super Bowl by Lamar Hunt. Lamar Hunt was the principal founder of the American Football League (AFL) as well as the owner of the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Super Bowl is the largest American sporting event which consistently attracts hundreds of millions of viewers across the world. Below if the list and details of all the Super Bowls from the first one to the fifty fourth one which will be played on Sunday, February 2nd, 2020.

Super Bowl I (First World Championship Game - AFL vs NFL)

Score: Green Bay Packers 35 – Kansas City Chiefs 10

Date: January 15, 1967

Stadium: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California

MVP: Bart Starr – Quarterback of Green Bay Packers

Favorite: Green Bay Packers by 14

Referee: Norm Schachter

Attendance: 61,946

Details: The first half of this game was competitive as the Kansas City Chiefs outgained the Packers 181 to 164 and the score at halftime was 14 to 10 in favor of the Green Bay Packers. The second half of the game was dominated by Green Bay as they shut out the Chiefs in the third and fourth quarter. The Packers scored another 21 points and won the first Super Bowl ever 35 to 10.

Super Bowl II

Score: Green Bay Packers 33 – Oakland Raiders 14

Date: January 14, 1968

Stadium: Miami Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida.

MVP: Bart Starr – Quarterback of the Green Bay Packers

Favorite: Packers by 13.5

Referee: Jack Vest

Attendance: 75,546

Details: As expected the Green Bay Packers led by the legendary coach Vince Lombardi dominated this Super Bowl. The Oakland Raiders were only able to score two touchdowns. The Packers kicked four field goals, a pick six, and 3 touchdowns.

Super Bowl III

Score: New York Jets 16 – Baltimore Colts 7

Date: January 12, 1969

Stadium: Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida

MVP: Joe Namath - Quarterback of the New York Jets

Favorite: Colts by 18 points

Referee: Tom Bell

Attendance: 75,389

Details: With the Baltimore Colts heavily favored, but Joe Namath guaranteed victory and he came through on the promise. The Jets built up a 16 to 0 lead by the start of the fourth quarter. Superstar quarterback Johnny Unitas was able to score a touchdown with only a few minutes left in the game. This was one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history.

Super Bowl IV

Score: Minnesota Vikings 7 – Kansas City Chiefs 23

Date: January 11, 1970

Stadium: Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana

MVP: Len Dawson - Quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs

Favorite: Vikings by 13 points

Referee: John McDonough

Attendance: 80,562

Details: This game was dominated by the Kansas City Chiefs defense. They limited the Vikings to 67 rushing yards, they forced three interceptions, and they recovered two fumbles as well. Super Bowl MVP, Len Dawson, was 12 for 17 on his passes for 142 yards and a touchdown. The Chiefs won this contest easily with a final score of 23 to 7.

Super Bowl V

Score: Baltimore Colts 16 – Dallas Cowboys 13

Date: January 17, 1971

Stadium: Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida

MVP: Chuck Howley – Linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys

Favorite: Colts by 2.5 points

Referee: Norm Schachter

Attendance: 79,204

Details: This game was labeled the “Blunder Bowl” or “Stupor Bowl” due to the poor play, a missed point after touchdown, immense amount of penalties, multiple turnovers, and miscues by the officials in this match up. The Baltimore Colts squeaked out the win by outscoring the Dallas Cowboys 10 to 0 in the fourth quarter.

Super Bowl VI

Score: Dallas Cowboys 24 – Miami Dolphins 3

Date: January 16, 1972

Stadium: Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana

MVP: Roger Staubach – Quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys

Favorite: Cowboys by 6 points

Referee: Jim Tunney

Attendance: 81,023

Details: The Dallas Cowboys dominated this football game by smothering the Dolphins with inseparable defense holding Miami to only one field goal offensively. Although the game was close in the first half the Dallas Cowboys really turned it on in the second half. A major break in the ball game happened when Chuck Howley intercepted a pass and returned the ball deep in Miami’s territory setting up an easy score.

Super Bowl VII

Score: Miami Dolphins 14 – Washington Redskins 7

Date: January 14, 1973

Stadium: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California

MVP: Jake Scott – Safety for the Miami Dolphins

Favorite: Redskins by 1

Referee: Tom Bell

Attendance: 90,182

Details: This was the second lowest scoring Super Bowl to date. The Miami Dolphins dominated the match up, and they won by the final score of 14 to 7. Jake Scott was named the MVP of Super Bowl VII.

Super Bowl VIII

Score: Minnesota Vikings 7 – Miami Dolphins 24

Date: January 13, 1974

Stadium: Rice Stadium in Houston, Texas

MVP: Larry Csonka – Fullback for the Miami Dolphins

Favorite: Dolphins by 6.5

Referee: Ben Dreith

Attendance: 81,882

Details: The Miami Dolphins scored 24 unanswered points in the first three quarters of this Super Bowl which included 2 touchdowns on their first two drives down the field. Larry Csonka was a total beast as he rolled to becoming the Super Bowl VIII MVP. The Dolphins beat the Vikings 24 to 7 by holding Minnesota to only one touchdown.

Super Bowl IX

Score: Pittsburgh Steelers 16 – Minnesota Vikings 6

Date: January 12, 1975

Stadium: Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana

MVP: Franco Harris – Fullback for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Favorite: Steelers by 3

Referee: Bernie Ulman

Attendance: 80,997

Details: This game was defined as a defensive struggle. The only score in the first half was a safety by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Franco Harris took care of business on the ground attack as he rolled in for a rushing touchdown on his way to being named the MVP of Super Bowl IX.

Super Bowl X

Score: Dallas Cowboys 17 – Pittsburgh Steelers 21

Date: January 18, 1976

Stadium: Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida

MVP: Lynn Swann

Favorite: Steelers by 7

Referee: Norm Schachter

Attendance: 80,187

Details: This was a close game that ended up being decided by who wanted it more in the fourth quarter. Eventually these two teams presented a filthy defense, but the Pittsburgh Steelers famousSteel Curtain” prevailed as the Steelers won Super Bowl X with a final score of 21 to 17. Pittsburgh outscored Dallas 14 to 7 in the fourth quarter to push them to victory.

Super Bowl XI

Score: Oakland Raiders 32 – Minnesota Vikings 14

Date: January 9, 1977

Stadium: Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California

MVP: Fred Biletnikoff – Wide Receiver for the Oakland Raiders

Favorite: Raiders by 4 points

Referee: Jim Tunney

Attendance: 103,438

Details: The Oakland Raiders made Super Bowl history by gaining a record 429 yards in this game as well as a record 288 yards in just the first half of the contest. The uneventful first quarter ended with a scoreless effort by both sides, but the Oakland Raiders scored on three consecutive possessions in order to take a lead of 16 to 0 by halftime. The Raiders two interceptions in the fourth quarter one of which was returned for a touchdown helped guide the Raiders to the NFL championship title.

Super Bowl XII

Score: Dallas Cowboys 27 – Denver Broncos 10

Date: January 15, 1978

Stadium: Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

MVP: Harvey Martin and Randy White

Favorite: Cowboys by 6 points

Referee: Jim Tunney

Attendance: 75,583

Details: This game was dominated by the Cowboy’s defense as they forced 8 turnovers while allowing only 8 Broncos pass completions. The Broncos did not score until the third quarter. Dallas wins big with a final score of 27 to 10.

Super Bowl XIII

Score: Pittsburgh Steelers 35 – Dallas Cowboys 31

Date: January 21, 1979

Stadium: Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida

MVP: Terry Bradshaw – Quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Favorite: Steelers by 3.5 points

Referee: Pat Haggerty

Attendance: 79,484

Details: Terry Bradshaw (Super Bowl MVP) connected on 17 of his 30 passes for Super Bowl records of 318 passing yards as well as 4 touchdowns. The Dallas Cowboys kept the game close as it was 21 – 7 at the conclusion of the third quarter, but the Steelers scored 2 touchdowns in 19 seconds in the fourth quarter which helped win the game for them.

Super Bowl XIV

Score: Los Angeles Rams 19 – Pittsburgh Steelers 31

Date: January 20, 1980

Stadium: Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California

MVP: Terry Bradshaw – Quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers

Favorite: Steelers by 10.5 points

Referee: Fred Silva

Attendance: 103,985

Details: The Rams were up 13 to 10 at halftime. Bradshaw connected with Lynn Swann on a long 47 yard touchdown pass which was a big play in giving the Steelers momentum. The game went the other way shortly after as the Rams scored on a halfback option play putting Los Angeles back in front. The Steelers finished strong by scoring 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to win this Super Bowl 31 to 19.

Super Bowl XV

Score: Oakland Raiders 27 – Philadelphia Eagles 10

Date: January 25, 1981

Stadium: Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

MVP: Jim Plunket – Quarterback for the Oakland Raiders

Favorite: Eagles by 3 points

Referee: Ben Dreith

Attendance: 76,135

Details: Jim Plunket throws 2 touchdown passes putting the Raiders up 14 to 0 early. Rod Martin intercepted the Eagles Ron Jaworski three times which was a Super Bowl record. Eagles didn’t score enough to stay in this game as Philly loses 27 to 10.

Super Bowl XVI

Score: San Francisco 49ers 26 – Cincinnati Bengals 21

Date: January 24, 1982

Stadium: Pontiac Superdome in Pontiac Michigan

MVP: Joe Montana – Quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers

Favorite: 49ers by 1 point

Referee: Pat Haggerty

Attendance: 81,270

Details: The Cincinnati Bengals put up a big fight as they accumulated 356 yards of offense while the San Francisco 49ers only put up 275 yards of total offense. This is the first time a team has won the Super Bowl after being outgained in yardage. Joe Montana came up huge when he needed to as he threw for a touchdown as well as running one in himself. Niners win in a close game 26 to 21.

Super Bowl XVII

Score: Miami Dolphins 17 – Washington Redskins 27

Date: January 30, 1983

Stadium: Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California

MVP: John Riggins – Running Back for the Washington Redskins

Favorite: Dolphins by 3 points

Referee: Jerry Markbreit

Attendance: 103,667

Details: The Redskins put up 17 unanswered points in the second half of this game while gaining a Super Bowl record 276 yards on the ground as John Riggins was a beast rushing up and down the gridiron. Skins did not allow the Dolphins to score during the second half securing the victory for Washington with the final score of 27 to 17.

Super Bowl XVIII

Score: Washington Redskins 9 – Los Angeles Raiders 38

Date: January 22, 1984

Stadium: Tampa Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

MVP: Marcus Allen – Running Back of the Los Angeles Raiders

Favorite: Redskins by 3 points

Referee: Gene Barth

Attendance: 72,920

Details: Raiders outgained the Redskins in yards 385 to 283. Marcus Allen was a serious threat in this game as he gained a then record of 191 yards as well as 2 touchdowns. Washington was not able to find the end zone as they only scored on 3 field goals. Raiders blew out the Redskins 38 to 9.

Super Bowl XIX

Score: Miami Dolphins 16 – San Francisco 49ers 38

Date: January 20, 1985

Stadium: Stanford Stadium in Stanford, California

MVP: Joe Montana – Quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers

Favorite: 49ers by 3.5 points

Referee: Pat Haggerty

Attendance: 84,059

Details: Dan Marino and Joe Montana both passed for over 300 yards, but the 49ers really out scored the Dolphins. Miami led 10 to 7 in the first quarter, but then the Niners scored 3 touchdowns in the second quarter along with 10 unanswered points in the second half of the game. 49ers won 38 to 16.

Super Bowl XX

Score: Chicago Bears 46 – New England Patriots 10

Date: January 26, 1986

Stadium: Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

MVP: Richard Dent – Defensive End for the Chicago Bears

Favorite: Bears by 10 points

Referee: Red Cashion

Attendance: 73,818

Details: The Chicago Bears absolutely dominated the Patriots in every aspects of this game. The Bears defense set records for sacks with 7, fewest rushing yards allowed with 7, as well as margin of victory at 36 points. The Patriots were eventually held to negative yardage throughout the first half. New England finished the game with only 123 yards from scrimmage which was the second lowest total yards in Super Bowl history. Bears won in a dominating fashion with a final score of 46 to 10.

Super Bowl XXI

Score: Denver Broncos 20 – New York Giants 39

Date: January 25, 1987

Stadium: Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California

MVP: Phil Simms – Quarterback for the New York Giants

Favorite: Giants by 9.5 points

Referee: Jerry Markbreit

Attendance: 101,063

Details: This battle was close in the first half, but the New York Giants dominated the second half. The Giants put up a Super Bowl record 30 points in the second half. The Giants defense held the Denver Broncos to only 2 net yards in the entire third quarter. Phil Simms had a great day on the football field and won the Super Bowl MVP.

Super Bowl XXII

Score: Washington Redskins 42 – Denver Broncos 10

Date: January 31, 1988

Stadium: Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego, California

MVP: Doug Williams – Quarterback of the Washington Redskins

Favorite: Broncos by 3 points

Referee: Bob McElwee

Attendance: 73,302

Details: After falling behind in the game 10 to 0 by the end of the first quarter the Washington Redskins scored 42 unanswered points. Doug Williams played out of his mind amazing as he set multiple Super Bowl records. Williams was the MVP as he finished the game with 340 yards as well as 4 touchdowns. Doug was the first player in Super Bowl history to throw for 4 touchdowns in a single quarter. Skins won big 42 to 10 over the Broncos.

Super Bowl XXIII

Score: Cincinnati Bengals 16 – San Francisco 49ers 20

Date: January 22, 1989

Stadium: Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami, Florida

MVP: Jerry Rice – Wide Receiver for the San Francisco 49ers

Favorite: 49ers by 7 points

Referee: Jerry Seeman

Attendance: 75,129

Details: This game was defined by the 49ers fourth quarter game winning drive that was absolutely amazing. With San Francisco losing by 3 points they started with the ball on their own 8 yard line and 3 minutes and 10 seconds remained on the game clock. The 49ers drove down the field methodically, and then they capped the drive off when Joe Montana threw a clutch touchdown pass to John Taylor with only 34 seconds left in the game. Jerry Rice had a huge day with 215 yards as well as a touchdown. Rice won the Super Bowl MVP honor.

Super Bowl XXIV

Score: San Francisco 49ers 55 – Denver Broncos 10

Date: January 28, 1990

Stadium: Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

MVP: Joe Montana – Quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers

Favorite: 49ers by 12 points

Referee: Dick Jorgensen

Attendance: 72,919

Details: Joe Montana killed it in this game as he won his fourth Super Bowl. Montana was 22 out of 29 on his pass attempts while he racked up 297 yards through the air. He set a Super Bowl record with his 5 touchdown passes. The 49ers completely dominated the Denver Broncos 55 to 10 in a blowout Super Bowl.

Super Bowl XXV

Score: Buffalo Bills 19 – New York Giants 20

Date: January 27, 1991

Stadium: Tampa Stadium in Tampa, Florida

MVP: Ottis Anderson – Running Back for the New York Giants

Favorite: Bills by 7 points

Referee: Jerry Seeman

Attendance: 73,813

Details: This game was tight the while way through and came down to a very climatic end to the ball game. The Buffalo Bills place kicker Scott Norwood had a chance to win the game on a last second field goal attempt, but he pulled the kick wide right of the uprights. The New York Giants won the game 20 to 19.

Super Bowl XXVI

Score: Washington Redskins 37 – Buffalo Bills 24

Date: January 26, 1992

Stadium: Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota

MVP: Mark Rypien – Quarterback for the Washington Redskins

Favorite: Redskins by 7 points

Referee: Jerry Markbreit

Attendance: 63,130

Details: The Washington Redskins grabbed a big lead early winning 17 to 0 at the beginning of the second quarter of the game. Mark Rypien was 18 out of 33 passes for 292 yards and 2 touchdowns earning him MVP honors for his performance in this Super Bowl.

Super Bowl XXVII

Score: Buffalo Bills 17 – Dallas Cowboys 52

Date: January 31, 1993

Stadium: Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California

MVP: Troy Aikman – Quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys

Favorite: Cowboys by 6.5 points

Referee: Dick Hantak

Attendance: 98,374

Details: The Dallas Cowboys took advantage of the Buffalo Bills record setting 9 turnovers. Jim Kelly of the Buffalo Bills was injured in the second quarter. Troy Aikman reached a passer rating of 140.6 making him the high octane MVP of this Super Bowl.

Super Bowl XXVIII

Score: Dallas Cowboys 30 – Buffalo Bills 13

Date: January 30, 1994

Stadium: Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia

MVP: Emmitt Smith – Running Back for the Dallas Cowboys

Favorite: Cowboys by 10.5 points

Referee: Bob McElwee

Attendance: 72,817

Details: The Cowboys were trailing 13 to 6 in this rematch from last year’s Super Bowl. Emmitt Smith took over rushing the ball all over the Buffalo Bills. He ended up with 30 carries, 132 yards, and 2 touchdowns. Smith won the MVP of this match up.

Super Bowl XXIX

Score: San Diego Chargers 26 – San Francisco 49ers 49

Date: January 29, 1995

Stadium: Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami, Florida

MVP: Steve Young – Quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers

Favorite: 49ers by 18.5 points

Referee: Jerry Markbreit

Attendance: 74,107

Details: The combined score of 75 points and the ten combined touchdowns both remain Super Bowl records. Steve Young led his team by throwing the ball all over his opponents as he racked up 325 yards by completing 24 out of 36 passes. The Super Bowl MVP, Steve Young, tossed a record 6 touchdown passes which was another Super Bowl record. This game was dominated by the 49ers as they went on to win easily as the final score was 49 to 26.

Super Bowl XXX

Score: Dallas Cowboys 27 – Pittsburgh Steelers 17

Date: January 28, 1996

Stadium: Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona

MVP: Larry Brown – Cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys

Favorite: Cowboys by 13.5 points

Referee: Red Cashion

Attendance: 76,347

Details: Larry Brown became the first ever Super Bowl MVP at that position of cornerback. He came up with 2 big time interceptions in the second half of this game. The Cowboys converted those turnovers in to two touchdowns helping propel them to beating the Pittsburgh Steeler with a final score of 27 to 17.

Super Bowl XXXI

Score: Green Bay Packers 35 – New England Patriots 21

Date: January 26, 1997

Stadium: Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

MVP: Desmond Howard – Return Specialist for the Green Bay Packers

Favorite: Packers by 14 points

Referee: Gerald Austin

Attendance: 72,301

Details: both teams started out strong offensively as the score was 14 to 10 in favor of the New England Patriots. The Packers then went on a tear as they scored 17 unanswered points during the second quarter. Brett Favre threw an at the time Super Bowl record 81 yard touchdown pass to his wide receiver, Antonio Freeman. Desmond Howard returned a New England kick off for a then Super Bowl record 99 yards. Howard gained 154 yards on his kick off returns making him the MVP of this game.

Super Bowl XXXII

Score: Green Bay Packers 24 – Denver Broncos 31

Date: January 25, 1998

Stadium: Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California

MVP: Terrell Davis – Running Back for the Denver Broncos

Favorite: Packers by 11 points

Referee: Ed Hochuli

Attendance: 68,912

Details: This was an extremely close game. John Elway was amazing toward the end of the game as he lunged into end zone as he got hit and did a helicopter spin landing him across the goal for a touchdown. Terrell Davis scored the go ahead touchdown with only 1 minute and 45 seconds left. His three rushing touchdowns over the course of this game was a Super Bowl record and earned him the MVP of Super Bowl XXXII.

Super Bowl XXXIII

Score: Denver Broncos 34 – Atlanta Falcons 19

Date: January 31, 1999

Stadium: Pro Player Stadium in Miami, Florida

MVP: John Elway – Quarterback for the Denver Broncos

Favorite: Broncos by 7.5 points

Referee: Bernie Kukar

Attendance: 74,803

Details: John Elway hit his receiver Rod Smith for an 80 yard touchdown pass at one point in the game. Elway had a great game as he won the MVP of this NFL championship game. At that time John Elway was the oldest player to be named the MVP of the Super Bowl. Tom Brady surpassed that in 2017.

Super Bowl XXXIV

Score: St. Louis Rams 23 – Tennessee Titans 16

Date: January 30, 2000

Stadium: Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia

MVP: Kurt Warner – Quarterback for the St. Louis Rams

Favorite: Rams by 7 points

Referee: Bob McElwee

Attendance: 72,625

Details: This game was a defensive battle early on. By halftime the Rams had the 9 to 0 lead on three successful field goals. Then in the third quarter the Rams scored a touchdown to pull ahead 16 to 0, but then the Titans poured on 16 points of their own consecutively which tied this contest at 16 points each. Kurt Warner (Super Bowl MVP) connected with Isaac Bruce on a 73 yard touchdown pass. Tennessee drove the field at the end of the game trying to tie it up. Kevin Dyson was tackled one yard short of the goal line on the final play of the game. This was one of the best Super Bowls over the last couple decades.

Super Bowl XXXV

Score: Baltimore Ravens 34 – New York Giants 7

Date: January 28, 2001

Stadium: Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida

MVP: Ray Lewis – Linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens

Favorite: Ravens by 3 points

Referee: Gerald Austin

Attendance: 71,921

Details: Baltimore led by their smothering defense did a great job of shutting down the New York Giants in this game. Ray Lewis recorded 3 solo tackles, 2 assisting tackles, and 4 blocked passes making him the MVP of this Super Bowl.

Super Bowl XXXVI

Score: St. Louis Rams 17 – New England Patriots 20

Date: February 3, 2002

Stadium: Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

MVP: Tom Brady – Quarterback of the New England Patriots

Favorite: Rams by 14 points

Referee: Bernie Kukar

Attendance: 72,922

Details: The Rams outgained the Patriots 427 yards to 267 yards, but the Patriots had created a 17 to 3 lead in the third quarter as New England capitalized on St. Louis turnovers. The Rams tied the game at 17 with only 1:30 left on the game clock. Adam Vinatieri nailed a 48 yard field goal that gave the Patriots the victory.

Super Bowl XXXVII

Score: Oakland Raiders 21 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48

Date: January 26, 2003

Stadium: Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California

MVP: Dexter Jackson – Safety for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Favorite: Raiders by 4 points

Referee: Bill Carollo

Attendance: 67,603

Details: The Bucs defense really showed up in this match up. Rich Gannon threw a Super Bowl record 5 interceptions. Dexter Jackson had 2 of the 5 picks resulting him in winning the MVP award for this Super Bowl.

Super Bowl XXXVIII

Score: Carolina Panthers 29 – New England Patriots 32

Date: February 1, 2004

Stadium: Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas

MVP: Tom Brady – Quarterback for the New England Patriots

Favorite: Patriots by 7 points

Referee: Ed Hochuli

Attendance: 71,525

Details: This game was a close one throughout. It came down to another game winning field goal by Adam Vinatieri. This time he kicked a 41 yard field goal to gain the lead for New England with only 4 seconds left in the football game.

Super Bowl XXXIX

Score: New England Patriots 24 – Philadelphia Eagles 21

Date: February 6, 2005

Stadium: Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida

MVP: Deion Branch – Wide Receiver for the New England Patriots

Favorite: Patriots by 7 points

Referee: Terry McAulay

Attendance: 78,125

Details: This was an extremely tight game from start to finish. The Patriots ended up being able to get 3 more points on the board than the Philadelphia Eagles did. Deion Branch tied the Super Bowl record with 11 catches that totaled him 133 yards resulting in him being the MVP of Super Bowl XXXIX.

Super Bowl XL

Score: Seattle Seahawks 10 – Pittsburgh Steelers 21

Date: February 5, 2006

Stadium: Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan

MVP: Hines Ward – Wide Receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Favorite: Steelers by 4 points

Referee: Bill Leavy

Attendance: 68,206

Details: The Steelers took a 14 to 3 lead after Willie Parker broke a Super Bowl record with his 75 yard touchdown rush. The Seahawks fought back to 14 – 10 when Kelly Herndon set a Super Bowl record with his 76 yard interception return. Antwaan Randle El shocked the audience when he threw a 43 yard touchdown pass to Hines Ward (MVP of Super Bowl). That score sealed the deal for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Super Bowl XLI

Score: Indianapolis Colts 29 – Chicago Bears 17

Date: February 4, 2007

Stadium: Dolphin Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida

MVP: Peyton Manning – Quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts

Favorite: Colts by 7 points

Referee: Tony Corrente

Attendance: 74,512

Details: The Chicago Bears jumped out to a 14 to 6 first quarter lead with the help of Devin Hester returning the opening kick off for a touchdown. The Colts came up with 5 turnovers leading to Indianapolis winning the big game.

Super Bowl XLII

Score: New York Giants 17 – New England Patriots 14

Date: February 3, 2008

Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

MVP: Eli Manning – Quarterback for the New York Giants

Favorite: Patriots by 12 points

Referee: Mike Carey

Attendance: 71,101

Details: As the Giants trailed 14 to 10 at the end of the game Eli Manning escaped a sack miraculously and threw a pass to David Tyree who caught the ball against his helmet with one hand setting up the final touchdown of the game by Plaxico Burress to upset New England as the Giants won this nail bitter.

Super Bowl XLIII

Score: Pittsburgh Steelers 27 – Arizona Cardinals 23

Date: February 1, 2009

Stadium: Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida

MVP: Santonio Holmes – Wide Receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Favorite: Steelers by 7 points

Referee: Terry McAulay

Attendance: 70,774

Details: Pittsburgh popped off and got out to a big lead early, but Arizona scored 16 straight points to take their first lead of the game (23 – 20). The Steelers marched down the field in the last 2 – 3 minutes of the game and scored the game winning touchdown on an amazing circus catch in the end zone by Santonio Holmes.

Super Bowl XLIV

Score: New Orleans Saints 31 – Indianapolis Colts 17

Date: February 7, 2010

Stadium: Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida

MVP: Drew Brees

Favorite: Colts by 5 points

Referee: Scott Green

Attendance: 74,059

Details: The Saints were down 10 to 6 at half time, but rallied back on plays such as recovering a surprise onside kick on the opening kick off of the second half of the game. The Saints scored 18 unanswered point including an interception returned for a touchdown by Tracy Porter. New Orleans won their first Super Bowl with a final score of 31 to 17.

Super Bowl XLV

Score: Pittsburgh Steelers 25 – Green Bay Packers 31

Date: February 6, 2011

Stadium: Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas

MVP: Aaron Rodgers – Quarterback for the Green Bay Packers

Favorite: Packers by 3 points

Referee: Walt Anderson

Attendance: 103,219

Details: The Packers dominated the first half of this match up. They took a 21 to 3 lead in the second quarter, but the Steelers scored before half time making the score 21 to 10 in favor of Green Bay. The Steelers cut the Packers lead down to 3 after a Mike Wallace touchdown in the fourth quarter, but Green Bay kicked a field goal as well as stopping Pittsburgh from scoring on their final drive of the game. Packers win this Super Bowl 31 to 25.

Super Bowl XLVI

Score: New York Giants 21 – New England Patriots 17

Date: February 5, 2012

Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana

MVP: Eli Manning – Quarterback for the New York Giants

Favorite: Patriots by 2.5 points

Referee: John Parry

Attendance: 68,658

Details: The Giants started strong pulling out to a 9 to 0 lead in the first quarter. The Patriots then put up 17 unanswered points giving them a 17 to 9 lead in the third quarter. New York kicked a couple field goals to reduce the lead for New England as the score was now 17 to 15 late in the third quarter. At the end of the game the Giants drove the field setting up a game winning touchdown run on Ahmad Bradshaw’s 6 yard rush across the goal line. Eli Manning won his second Super Bowl MVP.

Super Bowl XLVII

Score: Baltimore Ravens 34 – San Francisco 49ers 31

Date: February 3, 2013

Stadium: Mercedez – Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

MVP: Joe Flacco

Favorite: 49ers by 4 points

Referee: Jerome Boger

Attendance: 71,024

Details: Baltimore scored often early and were leading the game 28 to 6 in the third quarter. San Francisco fights back by scoring 17 unanswered points. The Ravens were up 34 to 29 late in the game, but the 49ers were unable to get the game winning score as they turned the ball over on downs preserving the Ravens Super Bowl Win.

Super Bowl XLVIII

Score: Seattle Seahawks 43 – Denver Broncos 8

Date: February 2, 2014

Stadium: Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey

MVP: Malcolm Smith – Linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks

Favorite: Broncos by 2 points

Referee: Terry McAulay

Attendance: 82,529

Details: Seattle dominated the Broncos with a relentless defensive attack. Denver scored one time on the final play of the third quarter as the Broncos got slaughtered. The Seahawks won this Super Bowl easily.

Super Bowl XLIX

Score: New England Patriots 28 – Seattle Seahawks 24

Date: February 1, 2015

Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

MVP: Tom Brady – Quarterback of the New England Patriots

Favorite: Even / Toss Up

Referee: Bill Vinovich

Attendance: 70,288

Details: This was a close game with both teams trading scores early on. The Patriots were winning 28 to 24 with only 2 minutes left in the game. Seattle drove the ball all the way down to the Patriots 1 yard line as they threatened to score a game winning touchdown. Instead of the Seahawks running the ball in with Marshawn Lynch they tried to pass the ball. Undrafted rookie Malcolm Butler intercepted a pass from Russell Wilson to seal the deal for New England.

Super Bowl L

Score: Carolina Panthers 10 – Denver Broncos 24

Date: February 7, 2016

Stadium: Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California

MVP: Von Miller – Linebacker for the Denver Broncos

Favorite: Panthers by 5.5 points

Referee: Clete Blakeman

Attendance: 71,088

Details: Denver jumped out ahead early in this big game, and they never looked back. The Broncos lit up the Carolina Panthers with 7 sacks and 4 turnovers. This game was the last of Peyton Manning’s illustrious career. The Broncos won this Super Bowl 24 to 10.

Super Bowl LI

Score: New England Patriots 34 – Atlanta Falcons 28

Date: February 5, 2017

Stadium: NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas

MVP: Tom Brady – Quarterback for the New England Patriots

Favorite: Patriots by 3 points

Referee: Carl Cheffers

Attendance: 70,807

Details: The Atlanta Falcons were killing it early on, and they should have been able to coast to an easy victory in this contest. The score was 28 to 3 midway through the third quarter. The Patriots scored 25 unanswered points to tie the game at 28 points each with less than a minute remaining. In overtime New England drove 75 yards down the field to win with a 2 yard touchdown rush by James White. This was an amazing come back win for the Patriots.

Super Bowl LII

Score: Philadelphia Eagles 41 – New England Patriots 33

Date: February 4, 2018

Stadium: US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota

MVP: Nick Foles – Quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles

Favorite: Patriots by 5.5 points

Referee: Gene Steratore

Attendance: 67,612

Details: This game was an entertaining shoot out in which both teams executed on the offensive side of the ball. The Eagles converted a fumble recovery deep in the Patriot’s territory to field goal by Jake Elliott. Tom Brady came up short on a Hail Mary pass attempt which clinched the win for Philadelphia.

Super Bowl LIII

Score: New England Patriots 13 – Los Angeles Rams 3

Date: February 3, 2019

Stadium: Mercedez – Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia

MVP: Julian Edelman – Wide Receiver for the New England Patriots

Favorite: Patriots by 2.5 points

Referee: John Parry

Attendance: 70,081

Details: This was the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl History. The game was tied at 3 points apiece, but then the Patriots scored 10 unanswered points to win the game. Julian Edelman won the Super Bowl MVP after he caught 10 passes for 141 yards. This was New England’s sixth Super Bowl win under the leadership of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.

Super Bowl LIV

Score: San Francisco 49ers vs Kansas City Chiefs

Date: February 2, 2020

Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida

MVP: Undetermined

Favorite: Chiefs by 1.5 points as of 1/24/2020

Referee: Bill Vinovich

Attendance: Undetermined

Details: Undetermined

Sources:

“Super Bowl History”, nfl.com, January 24, 2020.


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