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Complete Super Bowl Winner's List And Game Details Over 54 Years

Kansas City Gets Their Day Of Super Bowl Glory

Kansas City Chiefs Join More Than 50 Other Teams As Super Bowl Champions

Kansas City Fights Back

It's not as if they didn't know whether they could do it -- they'd done it before. No statistic explains the Chiefs' Super Bowl run quite like their 5-0 record with Mahomes at quarterback when trailing by double digits, including in three straight playoff games -- down 24 points in the first half against Houston, then 10 points against Tennessee the next week. (The Chiefs went on to win those five games by an average of 12.8 PPG.)

So instead of tightening after a sluggish three-plus quarters, their confidence overwhelmed the opponent. It didn't take a big pep talk from Mahomes or anyone else on the office -- just something like, "Next play, just wait for our time," fullback Anthony Sherman said.

San Francisco hadn't given up 21 points in a single quarter since Week 3 of last season, but double-digit comebacks are practically ho-hum for Kansas City by now. This time, the Chiefs broke their five-decade Super Bowl streak because they overcame bad play with soul-stripping runs. Speed all over the field flips big games within seconds, similar to the Golden State Warriors' signature barrages of 3-pointers.

Congratulations Kansas City! It was 50 years in the making.

Here is the list of all the winners and MVP’s since the beginning of the Super Bowl.

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Super Bowl Winners and Results Since The Beginning

 

#  ------------DATE -----------------------SITE -----------------------------RESULT

I              Jan. 15, 1967      Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum     Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10

II             Jan. 14, 1968      Orange Bowl (Miami)     Green Bay 33, Oakland 14

III            Jan. 12, 1969      Orange Bowl (Miami)     New York Jets 16, Baltimore 7

IV           Jan. 11, 1970      Tulane Stadium (New Orleans)   Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7

V            Jan. 17, 1971      Orange Bowl (Miami)     Baltimore 16, Dallas 13

VI           Jan. 16, 1972      Tulane Stadium (New Orleans)   Dallas 24, Miami 3

VII          Jan. 14, 1973      Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum                Miami 14, Washington 7

VIII         Jan. 13, 1974      Rice Stadium (Houston) Miami 24, Minnesota 7

IX            Jan. 12, 1975      Tulane Stadium (New Orleans)   Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6

X             Jan. 18, 1976      Orange Bowl (Miami)     Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17

XI            Jan. 9, 1977        Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.)        Oakland 32, Minnesota 14

XII          Jan. 15, 1978      Superdome (New Orleans)           Dallas 27, Denver 10

XIII         Jan. 21, 1979      Orange Bowl (Miami)     Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31

XIV         Jan. 20, 1980      Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.)        Pittsburgh 31, Los Angeles Rams 19

XV          Jan. 25, 1981      Superdome (New Orleans)           Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10

XVI         Jan. 24, 1982      Silverdome (Pontiac, Mich.)         San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 21

XVII        Jan. 30, 1983      Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.)        Washington 27, Miami 17

XVIII       Jan. 22, 1984      Tampa (Fla.) Stadium      Los Angeles Raiders 38, Washington 9

XIX         Jan. 20, 1985      Stanford (Calif.) Stadium              San Francisco 38, Miami 16

XX          Jan. 26, 1986      Superdome (New Orleans)           Chicago 46, New England 10

XXI         Jan. 25, 1987      Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.)        New York Giants 39, Denver 20

XXII        Jan. 31, 1988      Jack Murphy Stadium (San Diego)             Washington 42, Denver 10

XXIII       Jan. 22, 1989      Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami)        San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16

XXIV       Jan. 28, 1990      Superdome (New Orleans)           San Francisco 55, Denver 10

XXV        Jan. 27, 1991      Tampa (Fla.) Stadium      New York Giants 20, Buffalo 19

XXVI       Jan. 26, 1992      Metrodome (Minneapolis)           Washington 37, Buffalo 24

XXVII     Jan. 31, 1993      Rose Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.)        Dallas 52, Buffalo 17

XXVIII    Jan. 30, 1994      Georgia Dome (Atlanta)                Dallas 30, Buffalo 13

XXIX       Jan. 29, 1995      Joe Robbie Stadium (Miami)        San Francisco 49, San Diego 26

XXX        Jan. 28, 1996      Sun Devil Stadium (Tempe, Ariz.)              Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17

XXXI       Jan. 26, 1997      Superdome (New Orleans)           Green Bay 35, New England 21

XXXII      Jan. 25, 1998      Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego)                Denver 31, Green Bay 24

XXXIII     Jan. 31, 1999      Pro Player Stadium (Miami)         Denver 34, Atlanta 19

XXXIV    Jan. 30, 2000      Georgia Dome (Atlanta)                St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16

XXXV     Jan. 28, 2001      Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Fla.)   Baltimore 34, New York Giants 7

XXXVI    Feb. 3, 2002       Superdome (New Orleans)           New England 20, St. Louis 17

XXXVII   Jan. 26, 2003      Qualcomm Stadium (San Diego)                Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21

XXXVIII Feb. 1, 2004       Reliant Stadium (Houston)           New England 32, Carolina 29

XXXIX    Feb. 6, 2005       Alltel Stadium (Jacksonville, Fla.)               New England 24, Philadelphia 21

XL           Feb. 5, 2006       Ford Field (Detroit)         Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10

XLI          Feb. 4, 2007       Dolphin Stadium (Miami)             Indianapolis 29, Chicago 17

XLII        Feb. 3, 2008       University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.)   New York Giants 17, New England 14

XLIII       Feb. 1, 2009       Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Fla.)   Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23

XLIV       Feb. 7, 2010       Sun Life Stadium (Miami)             New Orleans 31, Indianapolis 17

XLV        Feb. 6, 2011       Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, Texas)        Green Bay 31, Pittsburgh 25

XLVI       Feb. 5, 2012       Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis)                New York Giants 21, New England 17

XLVII      Feb. 3, 2013       Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans)           Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31

XLVIII     Feb. 2, 2014       MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, N.J.) Seattle 43, Denver 8

XLIX       Feb. 1, 2015       University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, Ariz.)   New England 28, Seattle 24

50          Feb. 7, 2016       Levi's Stadium (Santa Clara, Calif.)            Denver 24, Carolina 10

LI            Feb. 5, 2017       NRG Stadium (Houston)                New England 34, Atlanta 28

LII           Feb. 4, 2018       U.S. Bank Stadium (Minneapolis)              Philadelphia 41, New England 33

LIII          Feb. 3, 2019       Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta)            New England 13, Los Angeles Rams 3

LIV         Feb. 2, 2020       Hard Rock Stadium (Miami)         Kansas City 31, San Francisco 20

 

Super Bowl Most Valuable Players

#   -----------PLAYER/TEAM-------------------------- HIGHLIGHTS

I              Bart Starr, QB, Green Bay             Two touchdown passes

II             Bart Starr, QB, Green Bay             202 yards passing, 1 TD

III            Joe Namath, QB, New York Jets 206 yards passing

IV           Len Dawson, QB, Kansas City       142 yards passing, 1 TD

V            Chuck Howley, LB, Dallas              Two interceptions, fumble recovery

VI           Roger Staubach, QB, Dallas          119 yards passing, 2 TDs

VII          Jake Scott, S, Miami        Two interceptions

VIII         Larry Csonka, FB, Miami               33 carries, 145 yards rushing, 2 TDs

IX            Franco Harris, RB, Pittsburgh       158 yards rushing, 1 TD

X             Lynn Swann, WR, Pittsburgh        4 catches, 161 yards, 1 TD

XI            Fred Biletnikoff, WR, Oakland     4 catches, 79 yards

XII          Harvey Martin & Randy White, DL, Dallas    Led Dallas defense that forced eight turnovers

XIII         Terry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh 318 yards passing, 4 TDs

XIV         Terry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh 309 yards passing, 2 TDs

XV          Jim Plunkett, QB, Oakland            261 yards passing, 3 TDs

XVI         Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco                157 yards passing, 1 TD

XVII        John Riggins, RB, Washington     166 yards rushing, 1 TD

XVIII       Marcus Allen, RB, Los Angeles Raiders     20 carries, 191 yards rushing, 2 TDs

XIX         Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco                331 yards passing, 3 TDs

XX          Richard Dent, DE, Chicago            2 sacks, 2 forced fumbles

XXI         Phil Simms, QB, New York Giants              268 yards passing, 3 TDs

XXII        Doug Williams, QB, Washington                340 yards passing, 4 TDs

XXIII       Jerry Rice, WR, San Francisco      11 catches, 215 yards, 1 TD

XXIV       Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco                297 yards passing, 5 TDs

XXV        Ottis Anderson, RB, New York Giants       102 yards rushing, 1 TD

XXVI       Mark Rypien, QB, Washington    292 yards passing, 2 TDs

XXVII     Troy Aikman, QB, Dallas                273 yards passing, 4 TDs

XXVIII    Emmitt Smith, RB, Dallas              30 carries, 132 yards, 2 TDs

XXIX       Steve Young, QB, San Francisco 325 yards passing, 6 TDs

XXX        Larry Brown, CB, Dallas Two interceptions

XXXI       Desmond Howard, KR, Green Bay             244 all-purpose yards, 99-yard kick return TD

XXXII      Terrell Davis, RB, Denver              30 carries, 157 yards, 3 TDs

XXXIII     John Elway, QB, Denver                336 yards passing, 1 TD

XXXIV    Kurt Warner, QB, St. Louis           414 yards passing, 2 TDs

XXXV     Ray Lewis, LB, Baltimore               Led a dominant Ravens defense

XXXVI    Tom Brady, QB, New England      145 yards passing, 1 TD

XXXVII   Dexter Jackson, CB, Tampa Bay Two first-half interceptions

XXXVIII Tom Brady, QB, New England      354 yards passing, 3 TDs

XXXIX    Deion Branch, WR, New England               11 catches, 133 yards

XL           Hines Ward, WR, Pittsburgh        5 catches, 123 yards, 1 TD

XLI          Peyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis            247 yards passing, 1 TD

XLII        Eli Manning, QB, New York Giants            255 yards passing, 2 TDs

XLIII       Santonio Holmes, WR, Pittsburgh             9 catches, 131 yards, 1 TD

XLIV       Drew Brees, QB, New Orleans     32-of-39, 288 yards, 2 TDs

XLV        Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay   24-of-39, 304 yards, 3 TDs

XLVI       Eli Manning, QB, New York Giants            30-of-40, 296 yards, 1 TD

XLVII      Joe Flacco, QB, Baltimore             22-of-33, 287 yards, 3 TDs

XLVIII     Malcolm Smith, LB, Seattle          INT for TD, fumble recovery, 10 tackles

XLIX       Tom Brady, QB, New England      37-of-50, 328 yards, 4 TDs

50          Von Miller, LB, Denver   Six tackles, 2.5 sacks, one pass defended

LI            Tom Brady, QB, New England      43-of-62, 466 yards, 2 TDs

LII           Nick Foles, QB, Philadelphia        28-of-43, 373 yards, 3 TDs, 1 TD reception

LIII          Julian Edelman, WR, New England            10 catches, 141 yards

LIV         Patrick Mahomes, QB, Kansas City            26-of-42, 286 yards, 2 TDs

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