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Does the AFC or NFC win more Super Bowls?

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2011-10-20 16:57:18
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Evenly MatchedAs of the end of the 2009 NFL season, Super Bowl XLIV, the score is NFC 21 and the AFC 19. The first four Super Bowls were played before the AFL-NFL merger and the score there was tied at 2.

If you carry that out to over all the Championships it would be NFC 23 and AFC 21.

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