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Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Super Bowl History

Super Bowl History: Main Index · Leaders · Standings · Play Finder · Glossary

43 Super Bowls

Year SB Winner Loser Players
2011 XLVI New York Giants 21 New England Patriots 17 Antrel Rolle, Kenny Phillips
2010 XLV Green Bay Packers 31 Pittsburgh Steelers 25 Sam Shields
2009 XLIV New Orleans Saints 31 Indianapolis Colts 17 Jonathan Vilma, Jeremy Shockey, Jimmy Graham, Reggie Wayne
2008 XLIII Pittsburgh Steelers 27 Arizona Cardinals 23 Edgerrin James, Antrel Role, Calais Campbell
2007 XLII New York Giants 17 New England Patriots 14 Vince Wilfork, Brandon Meriweather, Santonio Thomas
Jeff Feagles, Sinorice Moss, Jeremy Shockey (inj)
2006 XLI Indianapolis Colts 29 Chicago Bears 17 Devin Hester, Marcus Maxey, Darrell McClover
Reggie Wayne, Tanard Davis
2005 XL Pittsburgh Steelers 21 Seattle Seahawks 10 None
2004 XXXIX New England Patriots 24 Philadelphia Eagles 21 Vince Wilfork, Jmaal Green, Jerome McDougle
2003 XXXVIII New England Patriots 32 Carolina Panthers 29 Dan Morgan
2002 XXXVII Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48 Oakland Raiders 21 Warren Sapp, Nate Webster, Phillip Buchanon, Mondriel Fulcher,
2001 XXXVI New England Patriots 20 St. Louis Rams 17 Leonard Myers, Damione Lewis
2000 XXXV Baltimore Ravens 34 New York Giants 7 Ray Lewis (MVP), Robert Bailey, Duane Starks, Kipp Vickers
Jessie Armstead, Michael Barrow
1999 XXXIV St. Louis Rams 23 Tennessee Titans 16 Rick Tuten, Derrick Harris, Kenny Homes
1998 XXXIII Denver Broncos 34 Atlanta Falcons 19 Jammi German
1997 XXXII Denver Broncos 31 Green Bay Packers 24 None
1996 XXXI Green Bay Packers 35 New England Patriots 21 None
1995 XXX Dallas Cowboys 27 Pittsburgh Steelers 17 Michael Irvin, Russell Maryland, Darrin Smith
Kevin Williams, Robert Bailey
1994 XXIX San Francisco 49ers 49 San Diego Chargers 26 None
1993 XXVIII Dallas Cowboys 30 Buffalo Bills 13 Michael Irvin, Russell Maryland, Darrin Smith, Jimmie Jones
Kevin Williams, Bernie Kosar, Jim Kelly
1992 XXVII Dallas Cowboys 52 Buffalo Bills 17 Michael Irvin, Russell Maryland, Alfredo Roberts, Jimmie Jones
Jim Kelly
1991 XXVI Washington Redskins 37 Buffalo Bills 24 Jim Kelly
1990 XXV New York Giants 20 Buffalo Bills 19 Ottis Anderson (MVP), Jim Kelly, Rick Tuten
1989 XXIV San Francisco 49ers 55 Denver Broncos 10 Danny Stubs, Kevin Fagan, Jim Burt, Melvin Bratton
1988 XXIII San Francisco 49ers 20 Cincinnati Bengals 16 Danny Stubs, Kevin Fagan, Eddie Brown, Eddie Edwards
1987 XXII Washington Redskins 42 Denver Broncos 10 Glenn Dennison, Frank Frazier, Keith Griffin, Mark Cooper
1986 XXI New York Giants 39 Denver Broncos 20 Ottis Anderson, Jim Burt, Rubin Carter, Mark Cooper
1985 XX Chicago Bears 46 New England Patriots 10 Ronnie Lippett, Fred Marion, Lester Williams
1984 XIX San Francisco 49ers 38 Miami Dolphins 16 Woody Bennett, Jay Brophy
1983 XVIII Los Angeles Raiders 38 Washington Redskins 9 Ted Hendricks
1982 XVII Washington Redskins 27 Miami Dolphins 17 Woody Bennett
1981 XVI San Francisco 49ers 26 Cincinnati Bengals 21 Eddie Edwards
1980 XV Oakland Raiders 27 Philadelphia Eagles 10 Ted Hendricks, Burgess Owens
1979 XIV Pittsburgh Steelers 31 Los Angeles Rams 19 Garry Dunn, Dennis Harrah
1978 XIII Pittsburgh Steelers 35 Dallas Cowboys 31 Garry Dunn
1977 XII Dallas Cowboys 27 Denver Broncos 10 Rubin Carter
1976 XI Oakland Raiders 32 Minnesota Vikings 14 Pete Banaszak, Ted Hendricks, Chuck Foreman
1975 X Pittsburgh Steelers 21 Dallas Cowboys 17 None
1974 IX Pittsburgh Steelers 16 Minnesota Vikings 6 Chuck Foreman
1973 VIII Miami Dolphins 24 Minnesota Vikings 7 Chuck Foreman, Thomas Smith
1972 VII Miami Dolphins 14 Washington Redskins 7 None
1971 VI Dallas Cowboys 24 Miami Dolphins 3 George Mira
1970 V Baltimore Colts 16 Dallas Cowboys 13 Ted Hendricks
1969 IV Kansas City Chiefs 23 Minnesota Vikings 7 Gene Trosch
1968 III New York Jets 16 Baltimore Colts 7 None
1967 II Green Bay Packers 33 Oakland Raiders 14 Pete Banaszak, Dan Conners, Bill Miller, Jim Otto
1966 I Green Bay Packers 35 Kansas City Chiefs 10 Walt Corey

Pro Championship Games involving former UM players

National Football League

Chet (Swede) Johnston

  • 2 NFL Championship Games (’36 & ’38 Packers) (NFL Champs in ‘36)

    Bob Masterson

  • 3 NFL Championship Games (’40, ’42, & ’43 Redskins) (1 NFL Championship in ‘42)
  • 1 AAFL Championship Game (’46 NY Yanks)

    Jim Dooley

  • 1 NFL Final (’56 Bears)

    American Football League

    Gary Greaves

  • 1 AFL Final (’60 Oilers – 1st AFL Champs)

    Bill Miller, Walt Corey, Charley Diamond, & Bill Diamond

  • 1 AFL Final (’62 Dallas Texans - AFL Champs)

    Canadian Football League

    John Varone

  • 2 Grey Cups (’58 & ’59 Winnipeg Blue Bombers - 2 CFL Championships; part of HC Bud Grant’s “backfield by committee” John Varone scored 4 rushing TD’s in the ’58 Grey Cup Series, a record that is 2nd only to the 6 scored in the ’53 Grey Cup Series, also by a Blue Bomber)

    Mario DeMarco

  • Grey Cup (’51 Edmonton Eskimos)

    Bob Brown

  • Grey Cup (’66 Ottawa Rough Riders)

    Greg Perez

  • Grey Cup (’72 Saskatchewan Roughriders)

    Larry Pfohl

  • 2 Grey Cups (’78 & ’79 Montreal Alouettes)

    Ian Sinclair

  • 3 Grey Cups (’85 & ’94 Champions- British Columbia Lions and ’88 British Columbia Lions)

    Pee Wee Smith

  • 3 Grey Cups (’92 Champions- Calgary Stampeders and ’91 & ‘95 Calgary Stampeders)

    Carlos Huerta

  • Grey Cup (’95 Champions- Baltimore Stallions)

    Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson

  • Grey Cup (’95 Calgary Stampeders)

    Denny Fortney

  • Grey Cup (’01 Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

    Joe McGrath

  • Grey Cup (’05 Champions- British Columbia Lions)

    Sherko Haji-Rasouli

  • 3 Grey Cups (’06 Champions- Montreal Alouettes and ’03 & ‘05 Montreal Alouettes)

    Sam Fernandez

  • Grey Cup (’62 Hamilton Tiger-Cats)

    Carlos Armour

  • Grey Cup (’09 Saskatchewan Roughriders)

    World Football League

    George Mira, John Matlock, Bob Tatarek and Dick Trower

  • 1st and only WFL Worldbowl - George Mira was MVP (’74 Birmingham Americans – the WFL’s only Champs).

    John Matlock, Bob Tatarek and Dick Trower

  • Defacto WFL Champions at 9-3 in’75 regular season; WFL Playoffs not held (’75 Birmingham Vulcans)

    United States Football League

    Albert Bentley

  • USFL Championship Game III (’85 Oakland Invaders)
  • Last Updated ( Thursday, 09 February 2012 )
     
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