N.Y. Giants 21
Feb. 5, 2012: Indianapolis
Feb. 6, 2011: Dallas
Feb. 7, 2010: Miami
Feb. 1, 2009: Tampa, Fla.
N.Y. Giants 17
Feb. 3, 2008: Glendale, Ariz.
Feb. 4, 2007: Miami
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.
Feb. 5, 2006: Detroit
Feb. 6, 2005: Jacksonville, Fla.
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.
Feb. 1, 2004: Houston
Jan. 26, 2003: San Diego
The Bucs defense intercepted five passes (including two by Jackson), scored three touchdowns and recorded five sacks of Rich Gannon.
Feb. 3, 2002: New Orleans
Jan. 28, 2001: Tampa, Fla.
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.
Jan. 30, 2000: Atlanta
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.
Jan. 31, 1999: Miami
In his final game, Elway passed and ran for TDs as the Broncos became the first AFC team to repeat since the Steelers.
Jan. 25, 1998: San Diego
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.
Jan. 26, 1997: New Orleans
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.
Jan. 28, 1996: New Orleans
Two interceptions by Brown and two rushing TDs by Emmitt Smith helped the Cowboys win their third Super Bowl in four years.
Jan. 29, 1995: Miami
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.
Jan. 30, 1994: Atlanta
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.
Jan. 31, 1993: Pasadena, Calif.
The Bills committed nine turnovers and QB Jim Kelly was injured in the second quarter as Aikman led the Cowboys with four TD passes.
Jan. 26, 1992: Minneapolis
Jan. 27, 1991: Tampa, Fla.
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.
Jan. 28, 1990: New Orleans
Jan. 22, 1989: Miami
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.
Jan. 31, 1988: San Diego
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.
Jan. 25, 1987: Pasadena, Calif.
The Giants exploded in the second half with 30 points as Simms ended with a record 88-percent completion percentage (22 for 25).
Jan. 26, 1986: New Orleans
The Bears tied a Super Bowl record with seven sacks, including 1½ by Dent, and limited the Patriots to 7 total rushing yards.
Jan. 20, 1985: Stanford, Calif.
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.
Jan. 22, 1984: Tampa, Fla.
The Raiders pounded the Redskins with 231 rushing yards, including a record 191 yards by Allen, who also ran for two scores.
Jan, 30, 1983: Pasadena, Calif.
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.
Jan. 24, 1982: Pontiac, Mich.
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.
Jan. 25, 1981: New Orleans
Jan. 20, 1980: Pasadena, Calif.
The Steelers became the first team to win four Super Bowls as Bradshaw led the team from behind twice in the second half.
Jan. 21, 1979: Miami
Bradshaw passed for 318 yards and four TDs, but the Cowboys kept in the game until Rocky Bleier recovered the Cowboys' last onside kick.
Jan. 15, 1978: New Orleans
Tony Dorsett scored the first TD, and the Cowboys never relinquished the lead as their defense forced six Broncos turnovers.
Jan. 9, 1977: Pasadena, Calif.
The Raiders opened up a 16-0 halftime lead and never trailed in the game, with the help of four key receptions by Biletnikoff.
Jan. 18, 1976: Miami
Swann, who gained 161 yards on four receptions, sealed the win with a 64-yard fourth-quarter TD pass from Terry Bradshaw.
Jan. 12, 1975: New Orleans
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.
Jan. 13, 1974: Houston
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.
Jan. 14, 1973: Los Angeles
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.
Jan. 16, 1972: New Orleans
Staubach passed for 119 yards and two TDs as the Cowboys defense dominated, holding the Dolphins to a lone field goal.
Jan. 17, 1971: Miami
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.
Jan. 11, 1970: New Orleans
Dawson had 142 yards passing with one TD pass to Otis Taylor, while the Chiefs defense had three INTs and two fumble recoveries.
Jan. 12, 1969: Miami
Namath's "guaranteed" victory came to fruition as he passed for 206 yards, while the Jets defense held the Colts to one TD.
Jan. 14, 1968: Miami
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.
Jan. 15, 1967: Los Angeles
The Packers won the "First World Championship Game" behind the passing of Starr, who tossed for two TDs.