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  • Malcolm Smith

    SUPER BOWL XLVIII - Feb. 2, 2014


    Seattle Seahawks 43, Denver Broncos 8
    Seattle Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith runs for a touchdown after intercepting a Denver Broncos pass during the first half of Super Bowl XLVIII. Smith was the eighth defensive player to be named Super Bowl Most Valuable Player, based on his interception, a fumble recovery and nine tackles, including five unassisted.
    Mark Cornelison | Lexington Herald-Leader/ MCT
  • Super Bowl Football

    SUPER BOWL XLVIII - Feb. 2, 2014


    Seattle Seahawks 43, Denver Broncos 8
    Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson passes during the second half of Super Bowl XLVIII. Wilson completed 18 of 25 passes for 206 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 26 yards on three carries in a steady performance.
    Julio Cortez | AP
  • Safety

    SUPER BOWL XLVIII - Feb. 2, 2014


    Seattle Seahawks 43, Denver Broncos 8
    A key moment and harbinger of the doom awaiting the Denver Broncos: The first snap of the game sails past quarterback Peyton Manning (18), ultimately to be covered in the end zone for a safety that ignited Seattle's rout.
    Mel Evans | Associated Press
  • Pete Carroll

    SUPER BOWL XLVIII - Feb. 2, 2014


    Seattle Seahawks 43, Denver Broncos 8
    Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll absorbs a celebratory dousing of Gatorade administered by Russell Wilson (3) and others as his team's definitive win over Denver is completed.
    J. Patric Schneider | MCT
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    SUPER BOWL XLVII - Feb. 6, 2013


    Baltimore Ravens 34, San Francisco 49ers 31
    San Francisco wide receiver Michael Crabtree watches a potential game-winning pass from quarterback Colin Kaepernick sail long late in the fourth quarter on Sunday in New Orleans.
    PAUL KITAGAKI JR. | pkitagaki@sacbee.com
  • APTOPIX Super Bowl Football

    SUPER BOWL XLVII - Feb. 6, 2013


    Baltimore Ravens 34, San Francisco 49ers 31
    Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones (12) reacts after returning a kickoff for a 109-yard touchdown against the San Francisco 49ers during the second half of the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013, in New Orleans.
    Elaine Thompson | AP
  • Kaepernick

    SUPER BOWL XLVII - Feb. 6, 2013


    Baltimore Ravens 34, San Francisco 49ers 31
    San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) slides during the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013, at the Superdome in New Orleans.
    HECTOR AMEZCUA | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • SUPER BOWL XLVII - Feb. 6, 2013


    Baltimore Ravens 34, San Francisco 49ers 31
    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) throws touchdown pass to Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin (81) in the first quarter during the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013, at the Superdome in New Orleans.
    Paul Kitagaki Jr. | pkitagaki@sacbee.com
  • SUPER BOWL XLVII - Feb. 6, 2013


    Baltimore Ravens 34, San Francisco 49ers 31
    San Francisco 49ers tight end Delanie Walker (46) picks up a pass for a first down against Baltimore Ravens defensive back Chykie Brown (23) during the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013, at the Superdome in New Orleans.
    Hector Amezcua | hamezcua@sacbee.com
  • Super Bowl Football

    SUPER BOWL XLVI - Feb. 5, 2012


    New York Giants 21, New England Patriots 17
    Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10), who was named the game's Most Valuable Player, celebrates after passing for a touchdown during the first half against the New England Patriots.
    David Duprey | AP
  • Super Bowl Football

    SUPER BOWL XLVI - Feb. 5, 2012


    New York Giants 21, New England Patriots 17
    Giants wide receiver Mario Manningham (82) makes the most critical play of the game, catching an Eli Manning pass along the sideline as Patriots free safety Patrick Chung desperately tries to break up the connection during the fourth quarter in Indianapolis.
    DAVID DUPREY | Associated Press
  • APTOPI XSuper Bowl Football

    SUPER BOWL XLV - Feb. 6, 2011


    Green Bay Packers 31, Pittsburgh Steelers 25
    Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers, a Chico native, holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy after the Packers' victory over Pittsburgh, giving the Packers their fourth Super Bowl championship. Rodgers was named MVP of the game.
    Mark Humphrey | AP
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    SUPER BOWL XLV - Feb. 6, 2011


    Green Bay Packers 31, Pittsburgh Steelers 25
    Green Bay receiver Jordy Nelson (87) and quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) celebrate after connecting on a 29-yard touchdown pass.
    Kevin C. Cox | Getty Images
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    SUPER BOWL XLV - Feb. 6, 2011


    Green Bay Packers 31, Pittsburgh Steelers 25
    Green Bay's Nick Collins lets loose after intercepting a Pittsburgh pass and returning it 37 yards for a first-quarter touchdown during the game in Arlington, Texas.
    Rob Carr | Getty Images
  • Super Bowl Football

    SUPER BOWL XLIV - Feb. 7, 2010


    New Orleans Saints 31, Indianapolis Colts 17
    Saints cornerback Tracy Porter (22) celebrates after scoring on a 74-yard interception return during the second half of New Orleans' upset of the favored Colts. The victory ended decades of championship futility for New Orleans.
    Chris O'Meara | AP
  • Super Bowl Football

    SUPER BOWL XLIV - Feb. 7, 2010


    New Orleans Saints 31, Indianapolis Colts 17
    Saints running back Pierre Thomas (23) is tackled by Colts linebacker Clint Session (55), being stopped on a fourth-and-goal attempt to score in the first half.
    Mark J. Terrill | AP
  • SPO-FBN-SUPER BOWL-XLIV

    SUPER BOWL XLIV - Feb. 7, 2010


    New Orleans Saints 31, Indianapolis Colts 17
    The Colts' Jacob Lacey applies late pressure as the Saints' Lance Moore scores a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter, providing the Saints with a 14-point cushion.
    TIMOTHY A. CLARY | AFP/ Getty Images
  • SPORTS FBN-SUPERBOWL 241 LX

    SUPER BOWL XLIII - Feb. 1, 2009


    Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Arizona Cardinals 23
    Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald runs in for a touchdown in the fourth quarter of a game that provided a full measure of drama based on team and personal storylines that captured football lovers nationwide.
    Mark Cornelison | MCT
  • Super Bowl XLIII Football

    SUPER BOWL XLIII - Feb. 1, 2009


    Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Arizona Cardinals 23
    Steelers wide receiver Santonio Holmes (10) was named Most Valuable Player for a strong performance that included this fourth-quarter touchdown reception in front of Cardinals safety Aaron Francisco (47).
    Chris O'Meara | AP
  • Super Bowl Football

    SUPER BOWL XLII - Feb. 3, 2008


    New York Giants 17, New England Patriots 14
    Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10), in a game that helped elevate his reputation and earned him MVP recognition, avoids a tackle by Patriots defensive tackle Richard Seymour in the fourth quarter.
    David Duprey | AP
  • SPORTS SUPERBOWL 169 MCT

    SUPER BOWL XLII - Feb. 3, 2008


    New York Giants 17, New England Patriots 14
    In one of the iconic plays in Super Bowl history, Giants receiver David Tyree (85) makes the catch of a long Eli Manning pass by pinning the ball to his helmet while defensive back Rodney Harrison tries to break up the play. The reception was the key to a long game-winning drive.
    Mark Cornelison | MCT
  • SUPER BOWL XLI - Feb. 4, 2007


    Indianapolis Colts, 29, Chicago Bears 17
    Bears defender Chris Harris intercepts a pass in front of Colts receiver Marvin Harrison (88), one of few Chicago highlights during a dominant Indianapolis performance.
  • SUPER BOWL XLI - Feb. 4, 2007


    Indianapolis Colts, 29, Chicago Bears 17
    Colts quarterback Peyton Manning (18), preparing to hand off, controlled the tempo and tenor of the game, rising to expectations and earning MVP recognition.
  • SUPER BOWL FOOTBALL

    SUPER BOWL XL - Feb. 5, 2006


    Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Seattle Seahawks 10
    Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward (86), scoring on a 43-yard pass from Ben Roethlisberger, had solid, if not spectacular statistics, but he was the dominant player of the field during Pittsburgh's victory and was clear choice for Most Valuable Player.
    DAVID J. PHILLIP | AP
  • SUPER BOWL FOOTBALL

    SUPER BOWL XL - Feb. 5, 2006


    Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Seattle Seahawks 10
    Steelers running back Willie Parker gallops up the field during a 75-yard touchdown run, the longest from scrimmage in Super Bowl history, during the third quarter.
    MARK J. TERRILL | AP
  • TOPIX SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXIX - Feb. 6, 2005


    New England Patriots 24, Philadelphia Eagles 21
    Patriots running back Corey Dillon (28) and quarterback Tom Brady jog off the field after Dillon scored on a two-yard run in the fourth quarter.
    CHRIS O'MEARA | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXIX - Feb. 6, 2005


    New England Patriots 24, Philadelphia Eagles 21
    Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch (83), named the game's MVP, pulls in a fourth-quarter pass from Tom Brady as Eagles cornerbacks Sheldon Brown (24) and Roderick Hood (29) defend.
    CARLOS OSORIO | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXVIII - Feb. 1, 2004


    New England Patriots 32, Carolina Panthers 29
    Grace, power and determination are on display as Patriots wide receiver David Givens (87) stretches toward the end zone while airborne and hotly pursued by Panthers cornerback Ricky Manning Jr. in the fourth quarter.
    MICHAEL CONROY | AP
  • Panthers Patriots Football

    SUPER BOWL XXXVIII - Feb. 1, 2004


    New England Patriots 32, Carolina Panthers 29
    Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) shows classic -- and MVP -- form as he prepares to deliver a pass during the high-scoring and highly entertaining game.
    Greg Trott | ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXVII - Jan. 26, 2003


    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48, Oakland Raiders 21
    Buccaneers tight end Ken Dilger goes airborne as Raiders cornerback Charles Woodson takes out his legs during the third quarter of one of the few complete Super Bowl routs in recent years.
    MARK J. TERRILL | AP
  • SUPER BOWL XXXVII - Jan. 26, 2003


    Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48, Oakland Raiders 21
    Bucs defender Dexters Jackson, one of the few defensive players to be named a Super Bowl MVP, intercepts a pass from Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon.
    Randy Pench | Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXVI - Feb. 3, 2002


    New England Patriots 20, St. Louis Rams 17
    Patriots kicker Adam Vinatieri kicks his game-winning 48-yard field goal in the final seconds.
    KATHY WILLENS | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXVI - Feb. 3, 2002


    New England Patriots 20, St. Louis Rams 17
    Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) looks for a receiver during first-quarter play against the Rams.
    STEVEN SENNE | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXV - Jan. 28, 2001


    Baltimore Ravens 31, New York Giants 7
    Giants wide receiver Ron Dixon (86) runs for a 97-yard touchdown during the third quarter, the only score made by his overmatched team that was dominated by a fierce Ravens defense.
    LAURA RAUCH | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXV - Jan. 28, 2001


    Baltimore Ravens 31, New York Giants 7
    Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, arguably the dominant player in the NFL the entire season, was equally effective in leading Baltimore to a thorough hammering of the Giants. Lewis was named the games Most Valuable Player.
    DOUG MILLS | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXIV - Jan. 30, 2000


    St. Louis Rams 23, Tennessee Titans 16
    Rams quarterback Kurt Warner (13) is hit by Titans safety Blain Bishop (23) during in the first quarter, marking one of the few times that Warner didn't have his way while leading St. Louis to its title.
    MORRY GASH | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXIV - Jan. 30, 2000


    St. Louis Rams 23, Tennessee Titans 16
    Titans quarterback Steve McNair (9) hands off during the first quarter. McNair led a last-ditch drive that fell just short.
    MORRY GASH | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXIII - Jan. 31, 1999


    Denver Broncos 34. Atlanta Falcons 19
    Broncos quarterback John Elway (7) scrambles out of the pocket during the third quarter of a career-capping performance in which he passed for 336 yards and was named the game's MVP.
    ERIC DRAPER | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXII - Jan. 25, 1998


    Denver Broncos 31, Green Bay Packers 24
    A veteran of many NFL seasons and previous Super Bowl losses, Broncos quarterback John Elway was the best player on the field, scoring after being spun by a vicious hit in the third quarter. Packers defenders Brian Williams (51), Mike Prior (31) and Seth Joyner are in on the play.
    ELISE AMENDOLA | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXII - Jan. 25, 1998


    Denver Broncos 31, Green Bay Packers 24
    Broncos running back Terrell Davis, for one glorious stretch the best runner in the NFL, shows the memorable form that allowed him to fashion an MVP performance against the Packers.
    ED REINKE | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXI - Jan. 26, 1997


    Green Bay Packers 35, New England Patriots 21
    Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe congratulates Packers quarterback Brett Favre after Green Bay's victory.
    JOHN GAPS III | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXXI - Jan. 26, 1997


    Green Bay Packers 35, New England Patriots 21
    The Packers' Desmond Howard (81) returns a kickoff 99 yards, part of an exciting exhibition that earned Howard MVP honors and capped Green Bay's return to glory.
    ELISE AMENDOLA | AP
  • SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XXX - Jan. 28, 1996


    Dallas Cowboys 27, Pittsburgh Steelers 17
    Cowboys cornerback and game Most Valuable Player Larry Brown returns an interception he made in the fourth quarter, a play that helped ensure Dallas' victory.
    SUSAN RAGAN | AP
  • Super Bowl XXIX 49ers Chargers 1995

    SUPER BOWL XXIX - Jan. 29, 1995


    San Francisco 49ers 49, San Diego Chargers 26
    The Chargers' Andre Coleman returns a third-quarter kickoff 91 yards, leaving the 49ers' Dana Hall behind. It was one of many highlights for the highest-scoring game in Super Bowl history.
    Phil Sandlin | AP
  • SUPER BOWL 49ERS CHARGERS

    SUPER BOWL XXIX - Jan. 29, 1995


    San Francisco 49ers 49, San Diego Chargers 26
    Quarterback Steve Young looks down field during the third quarter, considering how next to torment a Chargers team that he dominated by throwing a record six touchdown passes during what some consider the greatest Super Bowl performance ever by a quarterback.
    DOUG MILLS | AP
  • Super Bowl XXVIII Cowboys Bills 1994

    SUPER BOWL XXVIII - Jan. 30, 1994


    Dallas Cowboys 30, Buffalo Bills 13
    Cowboys' quarterback Troy Aikman celebrates a 15-yard third-quarter touchdown by running back Emmitt Smith en route to Dallas' second consecutive Super Bowl title.
    Doug Mills | AP
  • Super Bowl XXVIII 1994

    SUPER BOWL XXVIII - Jan. 30, 1994


    Dallas Cowboys 30, Buffalo Bills 13
    Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith scores a third-quarter touchdown as the Bills' Thomas Smith tries to stop him. Smith was voted MVP of the game.
    John J. Gaps III | AP
  • Super Bowl XXVII Cowboys Bills 1993

    SUPER BOWL XXVII - Jan. 31, 1993


    Dallas Cowboys 52, Buffalo Bills 17
    Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman shows the form that earned him recognition as the game's Most Valuable Player during a wipeout that established Dallas as the class of the league.
    AP
  • SUPER BOWL REDSKINS BULLS

    SUPER BOWL XXVI - Jan. 26, 1992


    Washington Redskins 37, Buffalo Bills 24
    Redskins quarterback Mark Rypien reacts after running back Gerald Riggs scores in the second quarter. Rypien, named the game's MVP, passed for 292 yards and two touchdowns.
    MARK DUNCAN | AP
  • SUPER BOWL BILLS KELLY

    SUPER BOWL XXVI - Jan. 26, 1992


    Washington Redskins 37, Buffalo Bills 24
    Bills quarterback Jim Kelly grimaces after another Buffalo misfire.
    RUSTY KENNEDY | AP
  • Super Bowl XXV

    SUPER BOWL XXV - Jan. 27, 1991


    New York Giants 20, Buffalo Bills 19
    Giants running back Ottis Anderson (24) scores a third-quarter touchdown during his MVP performance. The game turned on a missed last-second Bills field goal attempt.
    Doug Mills | AP
  • Super Bowl XXV

    SUPER BOWL XXV - Jan. 27, 1991


    New York Giants 20, Buffalo Bills 19
    Bills quarterback Jim Kelly gets sacked during the fourth quarter by Giants linebacker Pepper Johnson.
    Bill Waugh | AP
  • Super Bowl XXIV

    SUPER BOWL XXIV - Jan. 28, 1990


    San Francisco 49ers 55, Denver Broncos 10
    Pressure is applied to Broncos quarterback John Elway by 49ers defender Pierce Holt (78) in the first quarter of what became a long day for Elway and Denver.
    Doug Pizac | ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • Super Bowl XXIV

    SUPER BOWL XXIV - Jan. 28, 1990


    San Francisco 49ers 55, Denver Broncos 10
    Quarterback Joe Montana (16) appears to walk on air after throwing a third-quarter touchdown pass. Montana earned MVP honors with a record-setting performance that included 22 completions in 29 attempts, for 297 yards and five touchdowns.
    Mark Duncan | AP
  • SUPER BOWL BENGALS 49ERS

    SUPER BOWL XXIII - Jan. 22, 1989


    San Francisco 49ers 20, Cincinnati Bengals 16
    Wide receiver Jerry Rice (80), surrounded by Bengals defenders, makes one of his 11 receptions that resulted in 215 receiving yards for the 49ers. Rice was the game's MVP.
    PHIL SANDLIN | AP
  • SUPER BOWL XXIII 49ERS

    SUPER BOWL XXIII - Jan. 22, 1989


    San Francisco 49ers 20, Cincinnati Bengals 16
    Quarterback Joe Montana (16) and wide receiver John Taylor (82) clasp hands after Montana's pinpoint pass and Taylor's artistic catch capped a length-of-the-field fourth-quarter drive and gave the 49ers their third Super Bowl victory.
    RUSTY KENNEDY | AP
  • Super Bowl XXII

    SUPER BOWL XXII - Jan. 31, 1988


    Washington Redskins 42, Denver Broncos 10
    Redskins quarterback Doug Williams grimaces as he hits the ground in first quarter, an ominous start for Williams, who rallied and finished with one of the most effective and dramatic performances of any Super Bowl quarterback.
    Rusty Kennedy | AP
  • SUPER BOWL XXI

    SUPER BOWL XXI - Jan. 25, 1987


    New York Giants 39, Denver Broncos 20
    Giants quarterback Phil Simms (11) became the game's MVP with a nearly perfect passing performance: completing 22-of-25 passes for 268 yards and three touchdowns.
    Anonymous | AP
  • Super Bowl XXI

    SUPER BOWL XXI - Jan. 25, 1987


    New York Giants 39, Denver Broncos 20
    Broncos quarterback John Elway feels the force of the Giants' vaunted defense, being tackled for a safety by George Martin (75) in the second quarter.
    Lennox Mclendon | AP
  • PAYTON SUPER BOWL BEARS

    SUPER BOWL XX - Jan. 27, 1986


    Chicago Bears 46, New England Patriots 10
    Walter Payton, the Bears' matchless running back, fights for yardage during Chicago's thorough domination of the Patriots.
    RED MCLENDON | AP
  • Super Bowl Dolphins 49ers 1985

    SUPER BOWL XIX - Jan. 20, 1985


    San Francisco 49ers 38, Miami Dolphins 16
    Jeff Fuller (49) leads a 49ers defensive charge, blasting Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino during the second quarter as San Francisco showed how balance can defeat a pass-happy team such as Miami.
    Anonymous | AP
  • SUPER BOWL DOLPHINS VS 49ERS

    SUPER BOWL XIX - Jan. 20, 1985


    San Francisco 49ers 38, Miami Dolphins 16
    Cool in the pocket, 49ers quarterback Joe Montana (16) looks for a receiver behind protective blocking of left guard John Ayers (68), during the first half. Montana won his second of three Super Bowl MVP awards.
    AP
  • Super Bowl XVIII

    SUPER BOWL XVIII - Jan. 22, 1984


    Los Angeles Raiders 38, Washington Redskins 9
    Raiders linebacker Matt Millen sacks Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann in the third quarter of the Raiders' rout.
    Anonymous | AP
  • Redskins vs Dolphins Super Bowl XVII 1983

    SUPER BOWL XVII - Jan. 30, 1983


    Washington Redskins 27, Miami Dolphins 17
    Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann (7) prepares to hand off during the first half. Washington running back John Riggins set records and dominated the game while being named MVP.
    Anonymous | AP
  • Redskins vs Dolphins Super Bowl XVII 1983

    SUPER BOWL XVII - Jan. 30, 1983


    Washington Redskins 27, Miami Dolphins 17
    The Dolphins' Fulton Walker (41) runs from the Redskins' Larry Kubin (50) during a 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown -- setting a Super Bowl record.
    Anonymous | AP
  • Football Games Super Bowl XVI  1982 Cincinnati  vs San Francico

    SUPER BOWL XVI - Jan. 25, 1982


    San Francisco 49ers 26, Cincinnati Bengals 21
    Defenders Willie Harper (59 and Jim Stuckey (79) lead the charge for the 49ers, sacking Bengals quarterback Ken Anderson. San Francisco's victory marked one of the most dramatic turn-arounds for any NFL franchise, as the 49ers rose from floor mats to innovative champions.
    Anonymous | AP
  • Football Games Super Bowl XVI  1982 Cincinnati  vs San Francico

    SUPER BOWL XVI - Jan. 25, 1982


    San Francisco 49ers 26, Cincinnati Bengals 21
    Displaying one of sports' most recognizable poses, 49ers quarterback Joe Montana, on his way to his first Super Bowl MVP award and his team's first-ever NFL championship, signals touchdown after throwing a scoring pass to Earl Cooper.
    Anonymous | AP
  • Super Bowl XV

    SUPER BOWL XV - Jan. 25, 1981


    Oakland Raiders 27, Philadelphia Eagles 10
    Raiders quarterback Jim Plunkett (16) drops back to pass. His long-range bombing -- averaging about 20 yards per completion, with three touchdown passes -- was a key to Oakland's dominance. Plunkett was the game's MVP.
    NFL Photos | ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • SUPER BOWL XV EAGLES RAIDERS

    SUPER BOWL XV - Jan. 25, 1981


    Oakland Raiders 27, Philadelphia Eagles 10
    Eagles quarterback Ron Jaworski scrambles to elude Raiders defensive end John Matuszak in the first half. "The Tooz" and other Oakland defenders made life rough for Jaworski and his teammates all game long.
    AP
  • Football Professional  Game   Action   Super Bowl XIV  1980

    SUPER BOWL XIV - Jan. 21, 1980


    Pittsburgh Steelers 31, Los Angeles Rams 19
    Rams defenders Nolan Cromwell (21) and Pat Thomas (27) arrive too late to prevent Steelers receiver Lynn Swann from making one of the superb catches that vaulted him into Super Bowl lore.
    Anonymous | ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • SUPER BOWL XIV 1980

    SUPER BOWL XIV - Jan. 21, 1980


    Pittsburgh Steelers 31, Los Angeles Rams 19
    Rams quarterback Vince Ferragamo (15) is pulled down by Steelers linebacker Jack Lambert during the second half. Ferragamo had a productive day under center, but the "Steel Curtain" defense and the Steelers' balanced offense was to much for the Rams.
    AP
  • SUPERBOWL 1979

    SUPER BOWL XIII - Jan. 21, 1979


    Pittsburgh Steelers 35, Dallas Cowboys 31
    Surrounded by Cowboys defenders, Steelers receiver John Stallworth (82) grinds for more yardage after a first-half reception. Stallworth scored two touchdowns before halftime in the highest-scoring Super Bowl up to that time.
    AP
  • SUPER BOWL XII

    SUPER BOWL XII - Jan. 15, 1978


    Dallas Cowboys 27, Denver Broncos 10
    Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach calls signals and prepares to take the snap during what was a dominant performance by Staubach and his team.
    AP
  • Super Bowl XII Johnson 1978

    SUPER BOWL XII - Jan. 15, 1978


    Dallas Cowboys 27, Denver Broncos 10
    Cowboys receiver Butch Johnson catches a 45-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Roger Staubach, giving Dallas a 20-3 lead.
    AP
  • Super Bowl

    SUPER BOWL XI - Jan. 9, 1977


    Oakland Raiders 32, Minnesota Vikings 14
    With the Raiders' Otis Sistrunk climbing his back, Vikings quarterback Fran Tarkenton has few options with Oakland on the way to its first Super Bowl victory.
    AP
  • RAIDERS XI SUPER BOWL

    SUPER BOWL XI - Jan. 9, 1977


    Oakland Raiders 32, Minnesota Vikings 14
    Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler (12), behind protection from one of the great lines in NFL history, delivers a touchdown pass. Vikings defensive end Carl Eller (81), himself a Hall of Famer, is held at bay by Raiders tackle John Vella (75). Raiders running back Mark Van Eeghen (30) and guard George Buehler (64) remain vigilant.
    AP
  • SUPER BOWL STEELERS

    SUPER BOWL X- Jan. 18, 1976


    Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Dallas Cowboys 17
    Graceful Lynn Swann (88), the smooth, gifted Steelers receiver, is lifted by teammate Jack Lambert (58) after Swann caught a touchdown pass from Terry Bradshaw in the fourth quarter.
    AP
  • SUPER BOWL STEELERS BRADSHAW

    SUPER BOWL IX- Jan. 12, 1975


    Pittsburgh Steelers 16, Minnesota Vikings 6
    Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw (12) calls the signals in a game that marked the beginning of one of the most dominant runs by a single team in NFL history. The Steelers went on to win four Super Bowls in a six-year stretch.
    AP
  • SUPER BOWL VIII CSONKA 1974

    SUPER BOWL VIII- Jan. 13, 1974


    Miami Dolphins 24, Minnesota Vikings 7
    Dolphins fullback Larry Csonka (39) plows through the Vikings defense to score the first touchdown, dragging Minnesota linebacker Jeff Siemon (50) and defensive back Paul Krause (22).
    HTW | AP
  • Football Games Super Bowl 1973  Los Angeles Washington vs  Miami

    SUPER BOWL VII - Jan. 14, 1973


    Miami Dolphins 14, Washington Redskins 7
    Dolphins receiver Howard Willey (81) falls into the corner of the end zone with a touchdown reception over Redskins defensive back Pat Fischer (37), scoring on the pass from quarterback Bob Griese.
    Anonymous | AP
  • DALLAS VS. MIAMI

    SUPER BOWL VI - Jan. 16, 1972


    Dallas Cowboys 24, Miami Dolphins 3
    Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese (12) is sacked by Cowboys defensive tackle Bob Lilly, another play showing the prowess of the then-state-of-the-art "flex" defense developed by Dallas coach Tom Landry, as well as Lilly's Hall of Fame skill.
    AP
  • DALLAS VS. BALTIMORE

    SUPER BOWL V - Jan. 18, 1971


    Baltimore Colts 16, Dallas Cowboys 13
    Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas (19) is tackled hard by Cowboys defender George Andrie (66) in second period, a hit that knocked Unitas from the game, won on Jim O'Brien's 32-yard field goal.
    AP
  • Super Bowl IV

    SUPER BOWL IV - Jan. 11, 1970


    Kansas City Chiefs 23, Minnesota Vikings 7
    Vikings defensive back Earsell Mackbee knocks down a pass intended for Chiefs receiver Otis Taylor, who loses his shoe, during the first half.
    JS | AP
  • NFL Historical Imagery

    SUPER BOWL IV - Jan. 11, 1970


    Kansas City Chiefs 23, Minnesota Vikings 7
    Chiefs quarterback Len Dawson (16) looks to hand off during Kansas City's victory over the Vikings, the second straight AFL Super Bowl victory and final game before the NFL-AFL merger.
    NFL | ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • NFL Historical Imagery

    SUPER BOWL III - Jan. 12, 1969


    New York Jets 16, Baltimore Colts 7
    Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas (19), the future Hall of Famer playing in relief of starter Earl Morrall, drops back while trying to lead a comeback that never happened.
    NFL | ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • NFL Historical Imagery

    SUPER BOWL II - Jan. 14, 1968


    Green Bay 33, Oakland Raiders 13
    Raiders quarterback Daryle Lamonica (3), behind offensive linemen Gene Upshaw (63) and Jim Otto (00), looks to hand off during a losing effort.
    NFL | ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • FBN SUPER BOWL II PACKERS

    SUPER BOWL II - Jan. 14, 1968


    Green Bay 33, Oakland Raiders 13
    Packers receiver Boyd Dowler heads for a 62-yard touchdown after catching a pass from quarterback Bart Starr during the second quarter. In pursuit is Raiders' Roger Bird.
    AP
  • FBN SUPER BOWL 1 PACKERS CHIEFS

    SUPER BOWL I - Jan. 15, 1967


    Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10
    Mike Garrett (21), the top running back for the AFL champion Chiefs, tries to outrace Green Bay defenders during the first Super Bowl, that year known as the NFL-AFL World Championship Game.
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • Super Bowl Football

    SUPER BOWL I - Jan. 15, 1967


    Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10
    NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle, left, presents the NFL championship trophy to Green Bay coach Vince Lombardi, for whom the trophy eventually would be named.
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
The first Super Bowl was played in 1967, with plenty of seats available for the game between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs. Last year's game between the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens was before a packed house and millions of fans watching on television around the globe. With Super Bowl XLVIII set for Sunday, here's a look back at each of the previous 47 games.
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