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    * New Orleans has hosted the Super Bowl the most at nine times. Miami has hosted eight times.
    * Dallas, San Francisco, and Pittsburgh have won the most Super Bowls at five times.
    * The longest Super Bowl winning streak has only been two in a row.
    * Minnesota, Buffalo and Denver have lost the most Super Bowls at four times. Buffalo lost four times in a row.
    * The longest run in a Super Bowl was 75 yards by Willie Parker during Super Bowl XL.
    * Mike Ditka and Tom Flores are the only two men to win a Super Bowl both as a player and a coach.
    * In 1981, Oakland linebacker Rod Martin set a record with three interceptions.
    * In 2000, St. Louis quarterback Kurt Warner set a record with 414 yards passing.
    * In 1989, San Francisco wide receiver Jerry Rice gained 215 yards on 11 catches.
    * The name "Super Bowl" was not used officially until the third championship game in January 1969.
    * No NFL team has ever played the Super Bowl in their own stadium.
    * The NFC won 13 Super Bowls in a row, starting in 1985. The streak was broken in 1998 when the Denver Broncos defeated the Green Bay Packers.
    * The only undefeated season in NFL history was completed by coach Don Shula and the Miami Dolphins, after winning Super Bowl VII.
    * The largest margin of victory in a Super Bowl was 55-10, 49ers over the Broncos, in Super Bowl XXIV.
    * The only Super Bowl to be decided by a single point was Super Bowl XXV, with the Giants over the Bills 20-19.
    * The Vince Lombardi Trophy, crafted by Tiffany and Co. and valued at $25,000, is made of sterling silver and weighs 7 pounds.
    --- http://www.aspendailynews.com/article_17991 ---

    Aw, we got 2 "big" records for being the loser of the largest margin and lost the most Super Bowl.
    But hey, we broke that 13 consecutive NFC wins. :thumb:
    3 more SBs to go to even out with Pits, Cowgirls and 49ers.
    XBL: The1Executioner

  • #2
    Originally posted by The Executioner
    --- http://www.aspendailynews.com/article_17991 ---

    Aw, we got 2 "big" records for being the loser of the largest margin and lost the most Super Bowl.
    But hey, we broke that 13 consecutive NFC wins. :thumb:
    3 more SBs to go to even out with Pits, Cowgirls and 49ers.
    wahoo! lol

    the " no team has ever played in their own stadium" one is interesting
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    • #3
      * The only Super Bowl to be decided by a single point was Super Bowl XXV, with the Giants over the Bills 20-19.


      gah, the bills should of won that superbowl if it wasn't for a miss freak'in kick, grrrrrr
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      • #4
        Here's another one of ours I'd rather forget:

        10 points is the biggest defecit overcome to win the Superbowl

        Denver 10-0 Washington, end of the first, SB XXII............................it all looked so good then
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        Spiffing sig, MasterShake :cheers:

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Den21-Bal19
          Here's another one of ours I'd rather forget:

          10 points is the biggest defecit overcome to win the Superbowl

          Denver 10-0 Washington, end of the first, SB XXII............................it all looked so good then

          Yea.....also.....how about the 35 points we gave up in one quarter to the Redskins....that never happens in the regular season......let alone the Superbowl
          My 3 favorite teams:
          1.The Denver Broncos
          2.The Ohio State Buckeyes
          3.Any team who plays Michigan

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