Yes. It's up to the team how many rings they give out, but usually even cheerleaders, trainers, etc. get rings. The NFL pays for 150 rings for the winning team, with a limit of $7,000 per ring (wow), but the team can buy more if it wants to. They sometimes will get different styles of rings for the players and coaches, and somewhat less expensive ones for the non-coach or player personnel. Here are some of the people who may get rings:
The losing team gets money to buy rings as well. They are given less money, and people don't usually brag about them, but they exist. They are referred to as AFC/NFC Championship rings, and are a little less grandiose than the Super Bowl rings.
No one! The super bowl wasn't even around in that time!
No. They haven't even come close. As of the 2010 season, they haven't even been to the Super Bowl. However, they have won four NFL championships, in the pre-Super Bowl era.
The Cleveland Browns have not won a Super Bowl or even been to a Super Bowl. Have not even been the AFC champions.
The Saints didn't even play in the Super Bowl in 1975
i dont think anyone knows what time the Super Bowl is yet. i dont even know where the Super Bowl is going to be this season...
No, If you are not playing in the Super Bowl you do not get free tickets to it.
No. Two Super Bowls have been played in Houston ... Super Bowl VIII at Rice Stadium and Super Bowl XXXVIII at Reliant Stadium. The Astrodome was simply deemed "too small" for the Super Bowl, even in the early years.
Not through Super Bowl XLVI.
they have never won a super bowl before even my friends say they did. ANSWER No. They've never been to the Super Bowl, as of 2010. They have, however, won four NFL championships, back in the pre-Super Bowl era.
The Detroit Lions have never won a Super Bowl. They havent even played in one.
i have checked the teams that he played for and i can not see any team that he might have backed up for winning, actually he has not even played for a team that has ever won, where did he get the ring Jaworski played in one Super Bowl, that being Super Bowl XV as the starting QB for the Philadelphia Eagles against the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders won that game, 27-10. He has not been in the Super Bowl as a coach. his ring on his hand is from the NFC championship game that the eagles won in 1980 but lost to the raiders in the super bowl
we dont even know
Lots. Billions even
Zero. However, they have won three NFL Championships, which was basically the Super Bowl before it was called the Super Bowl. One in 1948, one in 1949 and one in 1960. I know that they say that the Championships were the super bowl, before we even thought of the super bowl, but I disagree... You have to win more games and work harder to get past the Championship and into the Super Bowl, therefore I don't think that they are the same thing in actuality.
In the Super Bowl, the AFC is the home team in even numbered games and the NFC is the home team in odd numbered games. This being Super Bowl 44 (XLIV), an even number, the Colts are designated as the home team.
Yes, they can. Even if they don't win this year, they will still have a chance in years to come to win another Super Bowl.
No. They've never even been to a Super Bowl.
Only one sixth seed has ever even made it to the Super Bowl (2005 Pittsburgh Steelers) and they won it.
The Super Bowl that was played to decide the 2004 Champions (New England Patriots) was Super Bowl XXXIX (39), The 2005 Champions (Pittsburgh Steelers) was Super Bowl XL (40), and the 2006 Champions (Indianapolis Colts) was Super Bowl XLI (41). When declaring a Super Bowl champion for a season, it is when the season started, not the year the game was played. Even though the Super Bowls were played the following year in either January or February.
They aren't playing in Super Bowl XLII because they had a terrible injury filled season and were not even close to being in the race for a playoff spot.
No. They can't play in a Super Bowl against each other. Even if they made it to the playoffs, they'd have to go against each other prior to the Super Bowl knocking out the losing team.
It is impossible to tell, as the next season has not even started yet.
No they have never even made the playoffs
Home team is determined by the number of the Super Bowl and whether it is an odd number or an even number. If it is odd, the NFC team is the home team and, if it is even, the AFC team is the home team. Since the upcoming Super Bowl number (XLV/45) is odd, the NFC team will be the home team.