A "wildcard" is a team that made the playoffs without winning their division. Playoffs are made up of the top 6 teams from each conference. There are 4 division winners and 2 wildcards from each conference. The wildcards are the 2 teams with the best win-loss records that did not win their division
If you mean the Super Bowl played in the calander year of 2023 (the 2022 season championship game) then it will be Super Bowl LVI (56). If you mean what will the Super Bowl number for the 2023 NFL season(the game will be played in early 2024), that will be Super Bowl LVII (57).
XLV is roman numeral for 45. It's the 45th Super Bowl.
If you mean the Super Bowl that was played folloing the 1991 regular season, the half time act for the 1991 Super Bowl (Super Bowl XXVI) was Gloria Estefan with Brian Boitano & Dorothy Hamill. If you mean the Super Bowl (Super Bowl XXV) that was played in the calander year of 1991, the half time act was New Kids on the Block.
if you mean how many super bowl rings does Brett favre have, he has 1
something about super bowl
There is no such thing as Super Bowl Packers. If you mean the the Green Bay Packers, then their colors are green and yellow
That would be a Super Bowl ring.
If you mean in one game, in Super Bowl 24 the 49ers scored 55 to the Broncos 10 for the most points scored by one team in the Super Bowl.
Yes and No. I do not mean to be funny. The first Super Bowl was played in 1967 in Los Angeles, California. However, the first Super Bowl, and actually the first four Super Bowls, were not called the "Super Bowl" but rather the "AFL-NFL Championship Game". The name of the game was officially changed to "Super Bowl" in 1970 when the American Football League merged with the National Football League. The names of the four AFL-NFL Championship Games were redesignated to Super Bowl I through Super Bowl IV. The first game played where the name was officially the "Super Bowl" was Super Bowl V and it WAS played in Miami, Florida.
You mean SuperBowl Roger Staubach: 1963 Heisman, Super Bowl VI MVP Jim Plunkett: 1970 Heisman, Super Bowl XV MVP Marcus Allen: 1981 Heisman, Super Bowl XVIII MVP Desmond Howard: 1991 Heisman, Super Bowl XXXI MVP
If you mean the physical date of the game played, it is the Pittsburgh Steelers who defeated the Los Angeles Rams on January 20, 1980 in Super Bowl XIV.If you mean the Super Bowl to decide the 1980 season, it was the Oakland Raiders who defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 27-10 in Super Bowl XV to become the 1980 season champions.
if u mean this season, new Orleans
MVP - Most Valuable Player.
If you mean the 2012 Super Bowl? The Cure was a cool band, but I think you mean "The Cult" and 'She Sells Sanctuary' and I am looking for cool mix also cause it was sweet.
Technically one team is designated the home team for the game, but I think you mean if a team can play in its own stadium for the Super Bowl. The answer is yes, the team from the host city must make it through the playoffs to the Super Bowl.
You mean the Super Bowl. No one knows yet. The Colts, Jets, Vikings and Saints are still in the running.
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1967 Super Bowl could mean two things: Super Bowl I, in the 1966 season, held in January 1967, the Kansas City Chiefs lost. Super Bowl II, in the 1967 season, held in January 1968, the Baltimore Colts lost.
Rosevelt Colvin was an NFL linebacker from 1999-2008. Most notably he played with the Patriots during the 2003 and 2004 Super Bowl winning (as well as the 2007 Super Bowl losing) seasons.
4 - '74, '75, '78, '79
They did not. They lost to the New York Giants. i mean in 2009
Either the Green Bay Packers or the Kansas City Chiefs, depending on exactly what you mean by "first super bowl". The first "world championship game"... that we today in hindsight would call Super Bowl I ... was won by the Packers, who beat the Chiefs for the title. The first championship game that was actually officially called the "Super Bowl" was played 3 years later, and that one was won by the Chiefs (particularly fitting, since the team's owner was one of the people who had suggested the name "Super Bowl" in the first place) who beat the Vikings.
Miami won the Super bowl in 1973 and 1974. They played and lost in 1972, 1983, and 1985.Note: The original answer above is correct as it relates to the question as asked. However, several contributors have read the question to mean "during which seasons did the Dolphins win" and have altered the answer to reflect their reading of the question. To clarify, the Dolphins' season and Super Bowl dates are listed below. Hopefully, this will clear the issue up.1971 season, Super Bowl played 1/16/72--Lost1972 season, Super Bowl played 1/14/73--Won1973 season, Super Bowl played 1/13/74--Won1982 season, Super Bowl played 1/30/83--Lost1984 season, Super Bowl played 1/20/85--LostThe Miami Dolphins won the Super Bowl in the 1972 and 1973 NFL season. Super Bowl VIIMiami Dolphins - 14 (Bob Griese, Purdue)Washington Redskins - 7 (Billy Kilmer, UCLA)Location: Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CADate: 1/14/1973MVP: Jake Scott, S, MiamiHead Coaches:MIA - Don ShulaWAS - George AllenSuper Bowl VIIIMiami Dolphins - 24 (Bob Griese, Purdue)Minnesota Vikings - 7 (Fran Tarkenton, University of Georgia)Location: Rice Stadium, Houston TXDate: 1/13/1974MVP: Larry Csonka, RB, MiamiHead Coaches:MIA - Don ShulaMIN - Bud Grant
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If you mean Super Bowl 14/Chiefs didn't play/Steelers defeated the Rams 31-19