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Super Bowl

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Super Bowl I
January 15, 1967
Green Bay Packers (NFL)
Kansas City Chiefs (AFL)
GB 35-10 KC
Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles
Memorable Packers: Bart Starr (QB), Max McGee(WR), Willie Wood (S)
Super Bowl II
January 14, 1968
Green Bay Packers (NFL)
Oakland Raiders (AFL)
GB 33-14 OAK
Miami Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida
Memorable Packers: Bart Starr (QB), Don Chandler (K), Herb Adderley (CB)
Super Bowl III
January 12, 1969
New York Yets (AFL)
Baltimore Colts (NFL)
NYJ 16-7 BAL
Miami Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida
Memorable Jets: Joe Namath (QB), Matt Snell (RB), George Sauer Jr. (WR)
Super Bowl IV
January 11, 1970
Minnesota Vikings (NFL)
Kansas City Chiefs (AFL)
KC 23-7 MIN
Tulane Stadium, NOLA
Memorable Chiefs: Lew Dawson (QB), KC Defense, Otis Taylor (WR)
Super Bowl V
January 17, 1971
Baltimore Colts (AFC)
Dallas Cowboys (NFC)
BAL 16-13 DAL
Miami Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida
Memorable Cowboys: Chuck Howley (LB), Memorable Colts: Jim O'Brien (K), Johnny Unitas (QB)
First game after NFL-AFL merger
First Super Bowl played on turf (Orange Bowl had Poly-Turf from 71-76)
Super Bowl VI
January 16, 1972
Dallas Cowboys
Miami Dolphins
DAL 24-3 MIA
Tulane Stadium, NOLA
Memorable Cowboys: Roger Staubach (QB), Chuck Howley
1st SB without a touchdown by both teams
Super Bowl VII
January 14, 1973
Miami Dolphins
Washington Redskins
MIA 14-7 WAS
Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles
Memorable Dolphins: Jake Scott (S), Bob Griese (QB), Jim Kiick (RB)
In the first half, Washington only crossed midfield once.
Super Bowl VIII
January 13, 1974
Miami Dolphins
Minnesota Vikings
MIA 24-7 MIN
Rice Stadium, Houston, Texas
Memorable Dolphins: Larry Csonka (FB), Jim Kiick (RB), Bob Griese (QB, Jake Scott (S), Nick Buoniconti (LB)
Super Bowl IX
January 12, 1975
Pittsburgh Steelers
Minnesota Vikings
PITT 16-6 MIN
Tulane Stadium, NOLA
Memorable Steelers: Franco Harris (RB), Dwight White (DE), Terry Bradshaw (QB)
Memorable Vikings: Matt Blair (LB)
Super Bowl X
January 18, 1976
Pittsburgh Steelers
Dallas Cowboys
PITT 21-17 DAL
Miami Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida
Memorable Steelers: Lynn Swann (WR), Terry Bradshaw (QB), Reggie Harrison (RB)
Memorable Cowboys: Roger Staubach (QB)
First SB where both teams had already won Lombardi Trophies
Super Bowl XI
January 9, 1977
Oakland Raiders
Minnesota Vikings
OAK 32-14 MIN
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
Memorable Raiders: Fred Biletnikoff (WR), Clarence Davis (RB), Pete Banaszak (RB), Willie Brown (CB)
Audience of 81 million viewers set record
Super Bowl XII
January 15, 1978
Dallas Cowboys
Denver Broncos
DAL 27-10 DEN
Superdome, NOLA
Memorable Cowboys: Harvey Martin & Randy White (DL), Roger Staubach (QB), Butch Johnson (WR)
Dallas Defense forced 8 turnovers
102 million viewers- record
Super Bowl XIII
January 21, 1979
Pittsburgh Steelers
Dallas Cowboys
PITT 35-31 DAL
Miami Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida
Memorable Steelers: Terry Bradshaw (QB), John Stallworth (WR), Lynn Swann (WR)
Memorable Cowboys: Roger Staubach (QB), Michael Hegman (LB), Butch Johnson (WR)
Record 4 TD passes by Bradshaw
John Stallworth 75yd TD
Super Bowl XIV
January 20, 1980
Pittsburgh Steelers
Los Angeles Rams
PITT 31-19 LAR
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
Memorable Steelers: Terry Bradshaw (QB), Lynn Swann (WR), John Stallworth (WR), Larry Anderson
Memorable Rams: Vince Ferragamo (QB),
John Stallworth 73 yd TD
Larry Anderson 5 kickoff returns for 162 yds
Super Bowl XV
January 25, 1981
Oakland Raiders
Philadelphia Eagles
OAK 27-10 PHI
Superdome, NOLA
Memorable Raiders: Jim Plunkett (QB), Kenny King (WR), Rod Martin (LB)
Rod Martin record 3 INTs
First wildcard team to win a SB
Super Bowl XVI
January 24, 1982
San Fransisco 49ers
Cincinnati Bengals
SF 26-21 CIN
Silverdome, Pontiach, Michigan
Memorable 49ers: Joe Montana (QB), Ray Wersching (K)
Wersching record 4 FG
Goal line stand
Forrest Gregg first ex NFL player to coach in a super bowl
Super Bowl XVII
January 30, 1983
Washington Redskins
Miami Dolphins
WASH 27-17 MIA
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
Memorable Redskins: John Riggins (RB), Joe Theismann (QB),
Memorable Dolphins: Fulton Walker (DB)
Fulton Walker first kickoff return for a TD (98 yds)
Super Bowl XVIII
January 22, 1984
Los Angeles Rams
Washington Redskins
LAR 30-9 WASH
Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Florida
Memorable Rams: Marcus Allen (RB)
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