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Welches Team gewann in welchem Jahr den Super Bowl? Wer war eigentlich der MVP? Und wer hält die wichtigsten Super-Bowl-Rekorde? Hier gibt es die Antworten.

Super Bowls (1967-)


  • I: Green Bay Packers - Kansas City Chiefs 35:10 - Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - MVP: Bart Starr (QB, GB)
  • II: Green Bay Packers - Oakland Raiders 33:14 - Miami Orange Bowl - MVP: Bart Starr (QB, GB)
  • III: New York Jets - Baltimore Colts 16:7 - Miami Orange Bowl - MVP: Joe Namath (QB, NYJ) 
  • IV: Kansas City Chiefs - Minnesota Vikings 23:7 - Tulane Stadium/New Orleans - MVP: Len Dawson (QB, KC)
  • V: Baltimore Colts - Dallas Cowboys 16:13 - Miami Orange Bowl - MVP: Chuck Howley (LB, DAL)
  • VI: Dallas Cowboys - Miami Dolphins 24:3 - Tulane Stadium/New Orleans - MVP: Roger Staubach (QB, DAL)
  • VII: Miami Dolphins - Washington Redskins 14:7 - Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - MVP: Jake Scott (S, MIA)
  • VIII: Miami Dolphins - Minnesota Vikings 24:7 - Rice Stadium/Houston - MVP: Larry Csonka (RB, MIA)
  • IX: Pittsburgh Steelers - Minnesota Vikings 16:6 - Tulane Stadium/New Orleans - MVP: Franco Harris (RB, PIT)
  • X: Pittsburgh Steelers - Dallas Cowboys 21:17 - Miami Orange Bowl - MVP: Lynn Swann (WR, PIT)
  • XI: Oakland Raiders - Minnesota Vikings 32:14 - Rose Bowl Stadium/Pasadena - MVP: Fred Biletnikoff (WR, OAK)
  • XII: Dallas Cowboys - Denver Broncos 27:10 - Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans - MVP: Harvey Martin (DE/DAL), Randy White (DT, DAL)
  • XIII: Pittsburgh Steelers - Dallas Cowboys 35:31 - Miami Orange Bow - MVP: Terry Bradshaw (QB, PIT)
  • XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers - Los Angeles Rams 31:19 - Rose Bowl Stadium/Pasadena - MVP: Terry Bradshaw (QB, PIT)
  • XV: Oakland Raiders - Philadelphia Eagles 27:10 - Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans - MVP: Jim Plunkett (QB, OAK)
  • XVI: San Francisco 49ers - Cincinnati Bengals 26:21 - Pontiac Silverdome - MVP: Joe Montana (QB, SF)
  • XVII: Washington Redskins - Miami Dophins 27:17 - Rose Bowl Stadium/Pasadena - MVP: John Riggins (RB, WAS)
  • XVIII: Los Angeles Raiders - Washington Redskins 38:9 - Tampa Stadium - MVP: Marcus Allen (RB, OAK)
  • XIX: San Francisco 49ers - Miami Dolphins 38:16 - Stanford Stadium - MVP: Joe Montana (QB, SF)
  • XX: Chicago Bears - New England Patriots 46:10 - Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans - Richard Dent (DE, CHI)
  • XXI: New York Giants - Denver Broncos 39:20 - Rose Bowl Stadium/Pasadena - MVP: Phil Simms (QB, NYG)
  • XXII: Washington Redskins - Denver Broncos 42:10 - Jack Murphy Stadium/San Diego - MVP: Doug Williams (QB, WAS)
  • XXIII: San Francisco 49ers - Cincinnati Bengals 20:16 - Joe Robbie Stadium/Miami - MVP: Jerry Rice (WR, SF)
  • XXIV: San Francisco 49ers - Denver Broncos 55:10 - Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans - MVP: Joe Montana (QB, SF)
  • XXV: New York Giants - Buffalo Bills 20:19 - Tampa Stadium - MVP: Ottis Anderson (RB, NYG)
  • XXVI: Washington Redskins - Buffalo Bills 37:24 - Metrodome/Minnesota - MVP: Mark Rypien (QB, WAS)
  • XXVII: Dallas Cowboys - Buffalo Bills 52:17 - Rose Bowl Stadium/Pasadena - MVP: Troy Aikman (QB, DAL)
  • XXVIII: Dallas Cowboys - Buffalo Bills 30:13 - Georgia Dome/Atlanta - MVP: Emmitt Smith (RB, DAL)
  • XXIX: San Francisco 49ers - San Diego Chargers 49:26 - Joe Robbie Stadium/Miami - MVP: Steve Young (QB, SF)
  • XXX: Dallas Cowboys - Pittsburgh Steelers 27:17 - Sun Devil Stadium/Arizona - MVP: Larry Brown (CB, DAL)
  • XXXI: Green Bay Packers - New England Patriots 35:21 - Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans - MVP: Desmond Howard (KR/PR, GB)
  • XXXII: Denver Broncos - Green Bay Packers 31:24 - Qualcomm Stadium/San Diego - MVP: Terrell Davis (RB, DEN)
  • XXXIII: Denver Broncos - Atlanta Falcons 34:19 - Pro Player Stadium/Miami - MVP: John Elway (QB, DEN)
  • XXXIV: St. Louis Rams - Tennessee Titans 23:16 - Georgia Dome/Atlanta - MVP: Kurt Warner (QB, STL)
  • XXXV: Baltimore Ravens - New York Giants 34:7 - Raymond James Stadium/Tampa - MVP: Ray Lewis (LB, BAL)
  • XXXVI: New England Patriots - St. Louis Rams 20:17 - Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans - MVP: Tom Brady (QB, NE)
  • XXXVII: Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Oakland Raiders 48:21 - Qualcomm Stadium/San Diego - MVP: Dexter Jackson (S, TB)
  • XXXVIII: New England Patriots - Carolina Panthers 32:29 - Reliant Stadium/Houston - MVP: Tom Brady (QB, NE)
  • XXXIX: New England Patriots - Philadelphia Eagles 24:21 - ALLTEL Stadium/Jacksonville - MVP: Deion Branch (WR, NE)
  • XL: Pittsburgh Steelers - Seattle Seahawks 21:10 - Ford Field/Detroit - MVP: Hines Ward (WR/ PIT)
  • XLI: Indianapolis Colts - Chicago Bears 29:17- Dolphin Stadium/Miami - MVP: Peyton Manning (QB, IND)
  • XLII: New York Giants - New England Patriots 17:14 - University of Phoenix Stadium - MVP: Eli Manning (QB, NYG)
  • XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers - Arizona Cardinals - Raymond James Stadium/Tampa
  • XLVIV: NFC @ AFC - Dolphin Stadium/Miami
  • XLV: AFC @ NFC - Dallas Cowboys New Stadium
  • XLVI: NFC @ AFC - Lucas Oil Stadium/Indinapolis         

Super-Bowl-Rekorde

Passing-Yards: Kurt Warner 414 (STL/XXXIV)

TD-Pässe: Steve Young 6 (SF/XXIX)

Rushing-Yards: Timmy Smith 204 (WAS/XXII)

Rushing-TDs: Terrell Davis 3 (DEN/XXXII)

Längster Run: Willie Parker 75-Yd-TD (PIT/XL)

Receiving-Yards: Jerry Rice 215 (SF/XXIII)

Receptions: 11 Dan Ross, Jerry Rice, Deion Branch, Wes Welker

Receiving-TDs: Jerry Rice 3 (XXIV+XXIX)

Längste Reception: Muhsin Muhammad 85 yards (CAR/XXXVIII, TD-Pass von Jake Delhomme)

Meiste Super-Bowl-Siege: 5 - San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Dallas

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