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SaintsColts   XLIV
New Orleans Saints 31
Indianapolis Colts 17
Feb. 7, 2010: Miami
  MVP: QB Drew Brees(notes)
Brees passed for two touchdowns. Tracy Porter's(notes) interception of Peyton Manning(notes) in the fourth quarter secured the win for the Saints.

GiantsPatriots   XLIII
Pittsburgh Steelers 27
Arizona Cardinals 23
Feb. 1, 2009: Tampa, Fla.
  MVP: WR Santonio Holmes(notes)
Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger(notes) passed a 6-yard game-winning TD pass to Holmes in the final minute of the fourth quarter.

GiantsPatriots   XLII
N.Y. Giants 17
N.E. Patriots 14
Feb. 3, 2008: Glendale, Ariz.
  MVP: QB Eli Manning(notes)
A lob in the final minute to Plaxico Burress(notes) from Manning upset the unbeaten Patriots and gave the Giants their third Super Bowl win.

ColtsBears   XLI
Indianapolis Colts 29
Chicago Bears 17
Feb. 4, 2007: Miami
  MVP: QB Peyton Manning
At a soggy Miami field Manning had 246 yards, one TD and one INT, which combined with the Bears' six turnovers was enough for the Colts to win.

SteelersSeahawks   XL
Pittsburgh Steelers 21
Seattle Seahawks 10
Feb. 5, 2006: Detroit
  MVP: WR Hines Ward(notes)
The clinching 43-yard TD was scored by Ward on a trick pass play from Antwaan Randle El(notes) as the Steelers became the third team to win five Super Bowls.

PatriotsEagles   XXXIX
New England Patriots 24
Philadelphia Eagles 21
Feb. 6, 2005: Jacksonville, Fla.
  MVP: WR Deion Branch(notes)
Branch had a Super Bowl record-tying 11 catches for 133 yards as the Patriots won their third Super Bowl in four seasons, matching the Cowboys' feat.

PatriotsPanthers   XXXVIII
New England Patriots 32
Carolina Panthers 29
Feb. 1, 2004: Houston
  MVP: QB Tom Brady(notes)
With the score tied, Brady led the Patriots down the field to set up Adam Vinatieri's(notes) 43-yard game-winning field goal in the final seconds.

BuccaneersRaiders   XXXVII
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48
Oakland Raiders 21
Jan. 26, 2003: San Diego
  MVP: FS Dexter Jackson
The Bucs defense intercepted five passes (including two by Jackson), scored three touchdowns and recorded five sacks of Rich Gannon.

PatriotsRams   XXXVI
New England Patriots 20
St. Louis Rams 17
Feb. 3, 2002: New Orleans
  MVP: QB Tom Brady
A game-winning drive by Brady resulted in a 48-yard field goal by Adam Vinatieri and gave the Patriots their first Super Bowl win.

RavensGiants   XXXV
Baltimore Ravens 34
New York Giants 7
Jan. 28, 2001: Tampa, Fla.
  MVP: LB Ray Lewis(notes)
The Ravens defense forced five turnovers and didn't allow an offensive TD, with the only Giants score coming on a Ron Dixon kickoff return.

RamsTitans   XXXIV
St. Louis Rams 23
Tennessee Titans 16
Jan. 30, 2000: Atlanta
  MVP: QB Kurt Warner(notes)
Warner passed for a Super Bowl-record 414 yards and two TDs, but the game was won on the final play after Mike Jones tackled Kevin Dyson on the 1-yard line.

BroncosFalcons   XXXIII
Denver Broncos 34
Atlanta Falcons 19
Jan. 31, 1999: Miami
  MVP: QB John Elway
In his final game, Elway passed and ran for TDs as the Broncos became the first AFC team to repeat since the Steelers.

BroncosPackers   XXXII
Denver Broncos 31
Green Bay Packers 24
Jan. 25, 1998: San Diego
  MVP: RB Terrell Davis
The Broncos broke the NFC's streak of 13 consecutive Super Bowl wins as Davis rushed for 157 yards and a Super Bowl-record three TDs.

PackersPatriots   XXXI
Green Bay Packers 35
New England Patriots 21
Jan. 26, 1997: New Orleans
  MVP: KR-PR Desmond Howard
A 99-yard kick return by Howard in the third quarter sealed the win as the Packers won the Super Bowl for the first time in 29 years.

CowboysSteelers   XXX
Dallas Cowboys 27
Pittsburgh Steelers 17
Jan. 28, 1996: New Orleans
  MVP: CB Larry Brown
Two interceptions by Brown and two rushing TDs by Emmitt Smith helped the Cowboys win their third Super Bowl in four years.

49ersChargers   XXIX
San Francisco 49ers 49
San Diego Chargers 26
Jan. 29, 1995: Miami
  MVP: QB Steve Young
The 49ers became the first team to win five Super Bowls as Young passed for six TDs, breaking Joe Montana's record of five TDs in a Super Bowl.

CowboysBills   XXVIII
Dallas Cowboys 30
Buffalo Bills 13
Jan. 30, 1994: Atlanta
  MVP: RB Emmitt Smith
In a rematch of XXVII, the Cowboys joined the 49ers and Steelers as winners of four Super Bowls, with the help of Smith's 132 rushing yards and two TDs.

CowboysBills   XXVII
Dallas Cowboys 52
Buffalo Bills 17
Jan. 31, 1993: Pasadena, Calif.
  MVP: QB Troy Aikman
The Bills committed nine turnovers and QB Jim Kelly was injured in the second quarter as Aikman led the Cowboys with four TD passes.

RedskinsBills   XXVI
Washington Redskins 37
Buffalo Bills 24
Jan. 26, 1992: Minneapolis
  MVP: RB Mark Rypien
Rypien scored two passing TDs and Gerald Riggs rushed for two scores as Joe Gibbs became the third coach to win three Super Bowls.

GiantsBills   XXV
New York Giants 20
Buffalo Bills 19
Jan. 27, 1991: Tampa, Fla.
  MVP: RB Ottis Anderson
Anderson helped the Giants control the clock, but the Bills had a chance to win before Scott Norwood's 47-yard field goal missed in the final seconds.

49ersBroncos   XXIV
San Francisco 49ers 55
Denver Broncos 10
Jan. 28, 1990: New Orleans
  MVP: QB Joe Montana
The 49ers broke the record for most points in a Super Bowl as Montana earned his third MVP, passing for 297 yards and five TDs, three to Jerry Rice(notes).

49ersBengals   XXIII
San Francisco 49ers 20
Cincinnati Bengals 16
Jan. 22, 1989: Miami
  MVP: WR Jerry Rice
Rice had a record 215 receiving yards, but the game was won on a 92-play drive ending in a Joe Montana TD pass to John Taylor with 34 seconds remaining.

RedskinsBroncos   XXII
Washington Redskins 42
Denver Broncos 10
Jan. 31, 1988: San Diego
  MVP: QB Doug Williams
The Redskins, down 10-0, scored a record 35 points in the second quarter, including four TD passes by Williams, who ended with 340 passing yards.

GiantsBroncos   XXI
New York Giants 39
Denver Broncos 20
Jan. 25, 1987: Pasadena, Calif.
  MVP: QB Phil Simms
The Giants exploded in the second half with 30 points as Simms ended with a record 88-percent completion percentage (22 for 25).

BearsPatriots   XX
Chicago Bears 46
New England Patriots 10
Jan. 26, 1986: New Orleans
  MVP: DE Richard Dent
The Bears tied a Super Bowl record with seven sacks, including 1½ by Dent, and limited the Patriots to 7 total rushing yards.

49ersDolphins   XIX
San Francisco 49ers 38
Miami Dolphins 16
Jan. 20, 1985: Stanford, Calif.
  MVP: QB Joe Montana
Montana passed for three TDs, including two to Roger Craig, and rushed for one score as the 49ers held the passing game of Dan Marino in check.

RaidersRedskins   XVIII
Los Angeles Raiders 38
Washington Redskins 9
Jan. 22, 1984: Tampa, Fla.
  MVP: RB Marcus Allen
The Raiders pounded the Redskins with 231 rushing yards, including a record 191 yards by Allen, who also ran for two scores.

RedskinsDolphins   XVII
Washington Redskins 27
Miami Dolphins 17
Jan, 30, 1983: Pasadena, Calif.
  MVP: RB John Riggins
Riggins put the Redskins ahead in the fourth quarter with a 43-yard TD run on a fourth-and-one play and ended with 166 total rushing yards.

49ersBengals   XVI
San Francisco 49ers 26
Cincinnati Bengals 21
Jan. 24, 1982: Pontiac, Mich.
  MVP: QB Joe Montana
The 49ers opened up a 20-0 halftime lead with a controlled passing game by Montana, who also rushed for the game's first score.

RaidersEagles   XV
Oakland Raiders 27
Philadelphia Eagles 10
Jan. 25, 1981: New Orleans
  MVP: QB Jim Plunkett
The Raiders became the first wild-card team to win the Super Bowl with the help of three Plunkett TD passes, including an 80-yard strike to Kenny King(notes).

SteelersRams   XIV
Pittsburgh Steelers 31
Los Angeles Rams 19
Jan. 20, 1980: Pasadena, Calif.
  MVP: QB Terry Bradshaw
The Steelers became the first team to win four Super Bowls as Bradshaw led the team from behind twice in the second half.

SteelersCowboys   XIII
Pittsburgh Steelers 35
Dallas Cowboys 31
Jan. 21, 1979: Miami
  MVP: QB Terry Bradshaw
Bradshaw passed for 318 yards and four TDs, but the Cowboys kept in the game until Rocky Bleier recovered the Cowboys' last onside kick.

CowboysBroncos   XII
Dallas Cowboys 27
Denver Broncos 10
Jan. 15, 1978: New Orleans
  MVPs: DT Randy White, DE Harvey Martin
Tony Dorsett scored the first TD, and the Cowboys never relinquished the lead as their defense forced six Broncos turnovers.

RedskinsVikings   XI
Oakland Raiders 32
Minnesota Vikings 14
Jan. 9, 1977: Pasadena, Calif.
  MVP: WR Fred Biletnikoff
The Raiders opened up a 16-0 halftime lead and never trailed in the game, with the help of four key receptions by Biletnikoff.

SteelersCowboys   X
Pittsburgh Steelers 21
Dallas Cowboys 17
Jan. 18, 1976: Miami
  MVP: WR Lynn Swann
Swann, who gained 161 yards on four receptions, sealed the win with a 64-yard fourth-quarter TD pass from Terry Bradshaw.

SteelersVikings   IX
Pittsburgh Steelers 16
Minnesota Vikings 6
Jan. 12, 1975: New Orleans
  MVP: RB Franco Harris
The Steelers led at halftime 2-0, but Harris scored the game's first TD in the third quarter en route to a 158-yard rushing performance.

DolphinsVikings   VIII
Miami Dolphins 24
Minnesota Vikings 7
Jan. 13, 1974: Houston
  MVP: RB Larry Csonka
Csonka scored the game's first TD and rushed for a total of 145 yards, while the Dolphins defense held the Vikings scoreless until the fourth quarter.

DolphinsRedskins   VII
Miami Dolphins 14
Washington Redskins 7
Jan. 14, 1973: Los Angeles
  MVP: S Jake Scott
The Dolphins capped off their perfect regular season with a Super Bowl title, helped by Scott's two INTs, including one in the end zone.

CowboysDolphins   VI
Dallas Cowboys 24
Miami Dolphins 3
Jan. 16, 1972: New Orleans
  MVP: QB Roger Staubach
Staubach passed for 119 yards and two TDs as the Cowboys defense dominated, holding the Dolphins to a lone field goal.

ColtsCowboys   V
Baltimore Colts 16
Dallas Cowboys 13
Jan. 17, 1971: Miami
  MVP: LB Chuck Howley
Howley had two INTs, becoming the only player from the losing team to win MVP honors. The Colts won on a Jim O'Brien field goal in the final seconds.

ChiefsVikings   IV
Kansas City Chiefs 23
Minnesota Vikings 7
Jan. 11, 1970: New Orleans
  MVP: QB Len Dawson
Dawson had 142 yards passing with one TD pass to Otis Taylor, while the Chiefs defense had three INTs and two fumble recoveries.

JetsColts   III
New York Jets 16
Baltimore Colts 7
Jan. 12, 1969: Miami
  MVP: QB Joe Namath
Namath's "guaranteed" victory came to fruition as he passed for 206 yards, while the Jets defense held the Colts to one TD.

PackersRaiders   II
Green Bay Packers 33
Oakland Raiders 14
Jan. 14, 1968: Miami
  MVP: QB Bart Starr
Starr had 202 yards and one TD, leading the Packers to a NFL championship repeat in Vince Lombardi's last game as the Packers' coach.

PackersChiefs   I
Green Bay Packers 35
Kansas City Chiefs 10
Jan. 15, 1967: Los Angeles
  MVP: QB Bart Starr
The Packers won the "First World Championship Game" behind the passing of Starr, who tossed for two TDs.