I did a lot of research because I really wanted to create the best Super Bowls list ever. I asked myself, what has changed in the past 50 years? I looked at both the Super Bowl and the NFL. The Super Bowl was created in 1967 when the AFL and NFL merged. The Super Bowl was originally called the AFL-NFL World Championship Game. The first Super Bowl was played in January 1967 between the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs.

This is going to be a fun blog, because I’m going to tell you about the best Super Bowls of all time. I’m thinking about making this the top 20 Super Bowls of All Time. And because this is going to be a fun blog, I’ve decided to make a list of the 20 best games in the Super Bowl over the last 40 years.

Super Bowl XLIX, the 2015 edition, went down as one of the best Super Bowls ever. The New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks combined for over 3,200 passing yards, and the game was a nail-biter down to the final seconds. In order to find out which Super Bowls had the best games, we looked at every Super Bowl since the first one in 1967 and ranked them by the sum of points scored by the team who won that game. The best game was Super Bowl XLII, back in 2002, when the undefeated Patriots beat the heavily-favored St. Louis Rams.

Super Bowl! The biggest sporting event in the world. There’s nothing else like it. Every four years, of course, sports fans flock to their screens to watch the World Cup. And March Madness seems to be getting the attention of the entire sports world at the time of the tournament. However, none of these events compare to the scale of the Super Bowl. All of America comes together with friends and family to watch the game. Men, women, children and everyone in between suddenly fall for what has become a cultural phenomenon and an unofficial national holiday. Among the Super Bowl festivities, complete with barbecue, pizza, chicken wings and other goodies, is the big game. And over the years, we’ve all witnessed some of the most incredible performances on the biggest stage in sports. The pressure to win the Super Bowl is high. Such opportunities are rare. Many of the game’s best players didn’t even get a chance to play in this game. Even those who are lucky enough to play often don’t know that this could be their only chance. With all that in mind, let’s take a look at the best Super Bowls of all time.

Super Bowl XXXIX (2004-05)

Final score: New England Patriots 24 – Philadelphia Eagles 21NFL fans witnessed a battle of wills before their very eyes. The Eagles were led by quarterback Donovan McNabb and wide receiver Terrell Owens. This tandem has proven itself in the big game: Owens caught nine balls for 122 yards in this game. But it wasn’t enough to overcome the victorious Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the Patriots, who won their second championship and three in four years, the beginning of a decade and a half of their unmatched dominance. Super Bowl XXXIX (2004-05) word-image-15455

Super Bowl XVI (1981-82)

Final score: San Francisco 49ers 26 – Cincinnati Bengals 21 Joe Montana’s first Super Bowl win is also one of the best. Montana was able to go into halftime with a 20-0 lead. But the Bengals didn’t give up and got back to 20-14. Unfortunately for Cincinnati fans, it wasn’t enough, as they couldn’t prevent what would become the beginning of an incredible period of Montana and 49ers dominance for most of the 1980s. Super Bowl XVI (1981-82) word-image-15457

Super Bowl XXXI (1996-97)

Final score: Green Bay Packers 35 – New England Patriots 21 Brett Favre became a legend in the Green Bay area after winning the Super Bowl at the end of the 1996 season. He was the best quarterback in the NFL in the mid-1990s and won the league’s MVP award three years in a row from 1995 to 1997. This Super Bowl brought him to the top of his game, where he threw two touchdown passes. Desmond Howard’s 99-yard return for a touchdown was the highlight of the Super Bowl. Super Bowl XXXI (1996-97) word-image-15459

Super Bowl XXXIII (1998-99)

Final score: Denver Broncos 34 – Atlanta Falcons 19 The Broncos won their second Super Bowl in the late 1990s and sent John Elway off into the sunset in high spirits. The Broncos played a much more balanced game this time around, with a healthy dose of Terrell Davis and Elway distributing the ball down the field. One of the most memorable moments of the game was an 80-yard pass from Elway to Rod Smith for a touchdown. Suddenly, Denver went from no Super Bowls to two in as many years. Super Bowl XXXIII (1998-99) word-image-15460

Superbowl XL (2005-06)

Final score: Pittsburgh Steelers 21 – Seattle Seahawks 10 Big Ben’s first Super Bowl was not won by his hand. In fact, he had a terrible game, with only 123 yards. In the end, an outstanding defense, led by quarterback Troy Polamalu, kept the Seahawks in check all evening. And the Steelers got a big play from future MVP Hines Ward, who caught a 43-yard touchdown pass from fellow receiver Antwan Randle Al on a trick play in the fourth quarter. Super Bowl XL (2005-06) word-image-15461

Super Bowl 50 (2015-16)

Final score: Denver Broncos 24 – Carolina Panthers 10 A classic contest between the league’s best offense (CAR) and best defense (DEN). The Broncos have proven that they have one of the best defenses in NFL history. What has been a potent and explosive offense all year now encounters a hungry pass rush led by top linebacker Vaughn Miller. Miller threw multiple times to Panthers quarterback Cam Newton throughout the evening, including late in the fourth quarter when Peyton Manning took his second career Super Bowl ring. Super Bowl 50 (2015-16) word-image-15462

Super Bowl XLV (2010-11)

Final score: Green Bay Packers 31 – Pittsburgh Steelers 25 Another star had been born that day: Aaron Rodgers has reached the pinnacle of the sport and forever justified the Packers’ decision to let Brett Favre go in his favor. The Packers got off to a strong start against Pittsburgh, taking the lead in the first half. But after Charles Woodson broke his collarbone, the Steelers have made a comeback. In the end, Green Bay was able to shut down the defense and win the championship. Super Bowl XLV (2010-11) word-image-15463

Super Bowl XLIV (2009-10)

Final score: New Orleans Saints 31 against Indianapolis Colts 17. Peyton Manning’s attempt to win his second Super Bowl in this game came up short. Drew Brees and the Saints brought the Lombardi Trophy back to the Big Easy. In a close game, Saints coach Sean Payton put in an artificial goal early in the second half. When Manning and the Colts tried to equalize in the closing minutes, Tracy Porter intercepted his pass and returned it for a touchdown. And that’s all she wrote. Super Bowl XLIV (2009-10) word-image-15464

Super Bowl XLVII (2012-13)

Final score: Baltimore Ravens 34 – San Francisco 49ers 31 There was a little bit of everything in this game. It’s not every day (or ever) that two brothers face off and coach each other in the Super Bowl. That’s what the Harbaugh brothers did, and the match did not disappoint. In the second half, the Ravens were able to build a substantial 28-6 lead. But by a strange coincidence, the electricity in the stadium failed, delaying the game by 34 minutes. When play resumed, Baltimore had lost its momentum and the 49ers managed to mount a strong run to cut the lead to 28-23 late in the third quarter. But it wasn’t enough to overcome a determined Ravens team that strategically used intentional defense in the closing minutes to secure the championship. Super Bowl XLVII (2012-13) word-image-15465

Super Bowl XVII (1982-83)

Final score: Washington Redskins 27 against Miami Dolphins 17. The Dolphins took the lead in this game and led 14-3 at halftime. But Washington stuck to the plan and looked for the right opportunity to strike back. With less than five minutes left in the game, they found it in the form of a 43-yard run by running back John Riggins on a critical fourth-down play. That touchdown gave the Redskins the lead, 20-17, and they eventually won. Super Bowl XVII (1982-83) word-image-15466

Super Bowl X (1975-76)

Final score: Pittsburgh Steelers 21 – Dallas Cowboys 17 The Steelers won their second Super Bowl in a row, beating the Cowboys in Super Bowl X. Although it was the Steel Curtain defense that led the team to victory, the offense was able to make big plays to secure the win. In particular, Lynn Swann’s 64-yard touchdown run gave Pittsburgh the lead. Although the Cowboys were able to equalize late, it proved too much of a challenge for Dallas to beat the Steelers in this game. Super Bowl X (1975-76) word-image-15467

Super Bowl III (1968-69)

Final score: New York Jets 16 – Baltimore Colts 7 This game deserves its place in this list for many reasons. First, this was the first official championship game called the Super Bowl. In the days leading up to the game, the consensus was that the Colts would pull off a convincing victory. Joe Namath publicly guaranteed the Jets a win, even though his team was the underdog. Back then, most people thought NFL teams were much better than their AFL counterparts. The team’s performance prior to the game itself reinforced this feeling. While the Colts had a 13-1 record, the Jets had an 11-3 record. Despite the public’s lack of confidence, Namath and the Jets emerged victorious, paving the way for AFL recognition. Super Bowl III (1968-69) word-image-15468

Super Bowl XXXVI (2001-02)

Final score: New England Patriots 20 – St. Louis Rams 17 This is the game that started the Patriots dynasty. Before that day, the Pats had never won a Super Bowl or any other championship. It was truly the beginning of an era. Bill Belichick and sophomore quarterback Tom Brady shocked the world by winning the Greatest Show on Turf. With a biting defense on the New England side, they were able to execute a game plan to slow down the Rams’ offense. In the end, it was Brady who chased the ball down the field, allowing Adam Vinatieri to score his first Super Bowl goal. Super Bowl XXXVI (2001-02) word-image-15469

Super Bowl XXXVIII (2003-04)

Final score: New England Patriots 32 – Carolina Panthers 29 When it rains, it pours. …. And after winning its first Super Bowl two years earlier, New England is hungry for more. For most of the first half, neither team was able to score a single point. And of course, 24 points were scored in the last three minutes (approximately) of the half. A total of 37 points were scored in the fourth quarter between the teams, providing an exciting spectacle for the fans. Adam Vinatieri kicked a 41-yard field goal with just four seconds left, and the Patriots won their second Super Bowl in three years. Super Bowl XXXVIII (2003-04) word-image-15470

Super Bowl XXV (1990-91)

Final score: New York Giants 20 Buffalo Bills 19 The old mantra that defense wins championships proved true here once again. Both teams qualified for the postseason with a 13-3 record. But each of them succeeded in very different ways. The Bills had a potent no-huddle offense, and the Giants defense scored 212 points on the season, fewer than in the NFL. Something had to be done. As evidenced by the relatively low final score, the Giants’ defense was largely up to the Bills’ potent offense. Despite the low score, the Bills had a chance to win the game, but it didn’t happen. As time expired, kicker Scott Norwood missed a 47-yard field goal that would have given them the win. The drama that played out in the final minute as the champion determined the high ranking of this game among the best Super Bowls in history. Super Bowl XXV (1990-91) word-image-15471

Super Bowl XXXII (1997-98)

Final score: Denver Broncos 31 – Green Bay Packers 24 It’s for John. Those infamous words were spoken by Broncos owner Pat Bowlen. According to the statement, John Elway, who has led the team to three Super Bowls in his career and lost them all, might finally get that elusive Super Bowl ring. The 37-year-old Elway put his body on the line several times, including the famous chop game. It was the first Super Bowl win for Denver, and it was that defense combined with the dominant Terrell Davis that allowed them to beat two-time MVP Brett Favre and a Packers team that has won everything this year. Super Bowl XXXII (1997-98) word-image-15472

Super Bowl LII (2017-18)

Final score: Philadelphia Eagles 41 – New England Patriots 33 Talk about a crazy offensive game. The last Super Bowl saw the most total yards played in an NFL game – ever! The Patriots and Eagles (the underdog in the game) combined for 1,151 yards of total offense. The Pats’ 33 points were also the most for a losing team in the Super Bowl. Brady broke the SB record for passing yards with 505. He was a relentless quarterback who didn’t give up, and he tried a Hale Mary on the last play, but he failed. In the end, Brady was unable to win his sixth Super Bowl. But it’s not because I haven’t tried. Super Bowl LII (2017-18). word-image-15473

Super Bowl XXXIV (1999-2000)

Final score: St. John’s St. Louis Rams 23 – Tennessee Titans 16 It’s amazing what a good defender can do for a football team. When Kurt Warner became the starting punter for the St. Louis Rams, he was the first to be named to the team. Not many expected him to lead the St. Louis team to Super Bowl glory. But Warner had high expectations for himself and changed the culture of the team to be ready to win. In what was dubbed the Greatest Show on Turf, the Rams were at the center of the football world behind an overwhelming offensive juggernaut. The Titans took possession of the ball as the clock ticked down for the championship. With six seconds left, Titans receiver Kevin Dyson caught a pass and the game was tied. He was caught at the one-yard line while his outstretched arm was very close to the goal line. Super Bowl XXXIV (1999-2000) word-image-15474

Super Bowl XLIII (2008-09)

Final score: Pittsburgh Steelers 27 – Arizona Cardinals 23 The return of Kurt Warner to the NFL’s best quarterbacks helped the Cardinals reach the Super Bowl in a totally unexpected way. In the game itself, the Steelers were able to build a comfortable 20-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter. But Warner and receiver Larry Fitzgerald were not deterred and eventually took a 23-20 lead with just over two minutes left in the game. Big Ben was in fine form as usual. He led the Steelers with 78 yards and finished with a 6-yard touchdown run from receiver Santonio Holmes. Pittsburgh becomes the first team to win six Lombardi trophies. Super Bowl XLIII (2008-09) word-image-15475

Super Bowl XIII (1978-79)

Final score: Pittsburgh Steelers 35 – Dallas Cowboys 31 It says a lot when you’re the first team to score 30 points in the Super Bowl and lose the game. That’s exactly what happened to the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XIII. There were many goals and records to report in this match. For example, Terry Bradshaw broke Bart Starr’s Super Bowl pass record. He accomplished this feat before halftime, when he had already accumulated 253 yards. The 21-17 halftime score made the game very interesting. And after the Steelers scored two touchdowns in a 19-second span in the fourth quarter, the Cowboys did their best to come back, then scored twice as well. Unfortunately, the Cowboys came up just short and the Steelers became the first club to win three Super Bowls. Super Bowl XIII (1978-79) word-image-15476

Super Bowl XLII (2007-08)

Final score: New York Giants 17 against New England Patriots 14. The Pats have already established themselves as one of the strongest dynasties in NFL history, winning three Super Bowls in a short period of time. None of those championship teams were as stunning as this team, which enters this championship with a perfect 18-0 record. They became the first team since the 1972 Dolphins to have an undefeated season and the first team to record a complete 16-game winning streak. The Pats were also considered one of the best offensive teams of all time, and it looked like there would be a serious mismatch in this game with Eli Manning and the Giants. After New York’s defense held the mighty Pats to just 14 points, Manning had a chance with two minutes left to lead his team to victory. It was during this action that David Tyree made the famous slam catch that allowed the Giants to break the chain and win an unexpected Super Bowl (17-14). Super Bowl XLII (2007-08) word-image-15477

Super Bowl XLIX (2014-15)

Final score: New England Patriots 28 – Seattle Seahawks 24 The year before, the Seahawks had just won the Super Bowl and were looking to confirm their dynasty status by beating the true dynasty of the 2000s, the Patriots. In the game itself, the teams were tied at halftime (14-14). The Hawks managed to take a 10-point lead in the third quarter, but a hungry Pats team determined to reclaim the throne had other plans. With just over two minutes left in the game, Brady helped New England to two points and took a 28-24 lead. Russell Wilson led the team to the Pats’ one-yard line. And then there was one of the more controversial moments when Seattle coach Pete Carroll decided to go with the passing game. Wilson’s pass was intercepted by Malcolm Butler, and the Patriots won their fourth Super Bowl in dramatic fashion. Super Bowl XLIX (2014-15) word-image-15478

Super Bowl LI (2016-17)

Final score: New England Patriots 34 Atlanta Falcons 28 If you like a good comeback, this was one for the ages. In what many consider the greatest comeback in NFL history, the New England Patriots found themselves in a deep hole late in the game. Trailing 28-3 in the third quarter on the greatest stage of all time, Tom Brady blew his team away with a roar. This includes several touchdowns and two-point conversions. Falcons owner Arthur Blank had already joined the players on the sidelines and thought the game was over. Little did he know that he was about to witness the epic collapse of his team on the front lines. Super Bowl LI (2016-17) word-image-15479There have been a lot of great Super Bowls in history, and this list, while not complete, will give you a good idea of the all-time best. It includes some of the very best from the Seahawks’ 10-0 record in 2015, the Patriots’ 15-1 in 2003, the Giants’ 6-game dominance in 2007, the 49ers’ 5-0 run in 2012, the Giants’ 5-0 run in 2014, and the Patriots’ 15-1 in 2004.. Read more about most super bowl wins and let us know what you think.

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