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Super Bowl History

Past SuperBowl Betting Results
L2016BroncosPanthers24-10+4.5 DEN/43
XLIX2015PatriotsSeahawks28-24+1 NE/47.5
XLVIII2014SeahawksBroncos43-8+2 SEA/47.5
XLVII2013Ravens49ers34-31+4 BAL/48
XLVI2012GiantsPatriots21-17+2.5 NYG/53
XLV2011PackersSteelers31-25-3 GB/45
XLIV2010SaintsColts31-17+4.5 NO/57
XLIII2009SteelersCardinals27-23-6.5 PIT/46
XLII2008GiantsPatriots17-14+12.5 NYG/55
XLI2007ColtsBears29-17-6.5 IND/47
XL2006SteelersSeahawks21-10-4 PIT/47
XXXIX2005PatriotsEagles24-21-7 NE/46.5
XXXVIII2004PatriotsPanthers32-29-7 NE/37.5
XXXVII2003BuccaneersRaiders48-21+3 TB/44
XXXVI2002PatriotsRams20-17+14 NE/53
XXXV2001RavensGiants34-7-3 BAL/33
XXXIV2000RamsTitans23-16-7 STL/45
XXXIII1999BroncosFalcons34-19-7.5 DEN/52.5
XXXII1998BroncosPackers31-24+11 DEN/49
XXXI1997PackersPatriots35-21-14 GB/49
XXX1996CowboysSteelers27-17-13.5 DAL/51
XXIX199549ersChargers49-26-18.5 SF/53.5
XXVIII1994CowboysBills30-13-10.5 DAL/50.5
XXVII1993CowboysBills52-17-6.5 DAL/44.5
XXVI1992RedskinsBills37-24-7 WAS/49
XXV1991GiantsBills20-19+7.5 NYG/40.5
XXIV199049ersBroncos55-10-12 SF/48
XXIII198949ersBengals20-16-7 SF/48
XXII1988RedskinsBroncos42-10+3 WAS/47
XXI1987GiantsBroncos39-20-9.5 NYG/40
XX1986BearsPatriots46-10-10 CHI/37.5
XIX198549ersDolphins38-16-3.5 SF/53.5
XVIII1984RaidersRedskins38-9+3 LAR/48
XVII1983RedskinsDolphins27-17+3 WAS/36.5
XV1981RaidersEagles27-10+3 OAK/37.5
XIV1980SteelersRams31-19-10.5 PIT/36
XIII1979SteelersCowboys35-31-3.5 PIT/37
XII1978CowboysBroncos27-10-6 DAL/39
XI1977RaidersVikings32-14-4 OAK/38
X1976SteelersCowboys21-17-7 PIT/36
IX1975SteelersVikings16-6-3 PIT/33
VIII1974DolphinsVikings24-7-6.5 MIA/33
VII1973DolphinsRedskins14-7-1 MIA/33
VI1972CowboysDolphins24-3-6 DAL/34
V1971ColtsCowboys16-13+2.5 BAL/36
IV1970ChiefsVikings23-7+12.5 KC/39
III1969JetsColts16-7+18 NYJ/40
II1968PackersRaiders33-14-13.5 GB/43
I1967PackersChiefs35-10-14 GB/NA

There have been 28 different NFL franchises that have participated in the Super Bowl, with the first one taking place in 1967, and 19 of them have won it over the last 49 years.

While the Green Bay Packers may have been the first true dynasty of the league’s new era with wins in each of the first two Super Bowls under legendary head coach Vince Lombardi – who the trophy is named after – a few more well-known teams have rivaled what that publicly-owned franchise accomplished in the decades since then. And some of the best games involved teams beating the Super Bowl odds.

Read against the spread recaps of every Super Bowl game at the links below

After Bart Starr and the Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders by a combined score of 68-24 in Super Bowls I and II and covered the spread as double-digit favorites both times, the New York Jets garnered even more attention by closing out the decade as the biggest underdogs in history to win it.

The Super Bowl odds had the Jets as 18-point underdogs when they upset the Baltimore Colts 16-7 in the third game, with quarterback Joe Namath guaranteeing a victory in arguably the most famous pregame claim in sports history. Namath essentially made the Pro Football Hall of Fame based solely on leading New York to one of the biggest upsets of all time because the statistics he posted for the rest of his career certainly were not worthy.

The 1970s saw three different teams win a combined seven Super Bowls, led by the Pittsburgh Steelers with three and followed by the Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins with two apiece. The Cowboys appeared in five Super Bowls during the decade but lost three of them while the Minnesota Vikings were even worse with four losses in four games.

The Super Bowl odds had the Vikings as 12-point favorites when they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 23-7 in Super Bowl IV and they were underdogs in their other three appearances. Dallas and Pittsburgh met twice in Super Bowls X and XIII, with the Steelers coming out on top both times as favorites but only covering the spread in the second one.

After Pittsburgh beat the Los Angeles Rams 31-19 in Super Bowl XIV for its fourth title as a 10.5-point favorite, the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders were the only AFC franchise to win one in the 1980s. The NFC started a dominant run of 15 wins in 16 years with the first of five Super Bowl titles for the San Francisco 49ers in 1982. According to the Super Bowl odds, the 49ers were a pick’em against the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XVI and won 26-21, as quarterback Joe Montana became a household name with the first of his record three MVP performances.

The 49ers crushed Dan Marino and the Dolphins 38-16 three years later as 3.5-point favorites in Super Bowl XIX, beat the Bengals again in XXIII 20-16 but failed to cover as 7-point chalk and then destroyed John Elway and the Denver Broncos one year later 55-10 as 12-point favorites in the biggest rout ever.

Elway would be the one to end the NFC’s 13-game Super Bowl winning streak when he led the Broncos to a 31-24 victory against Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers as 11-point underdogs in Super Bowl XXXII. Denver and Elway won it again the following year 34-19 as a 7.5-point favorite against the Atlanta Falcons.

The Broncos actually sparked a run of eight wins by AFC teams over the next 10 years, including three by the New England Patriots and rising star quarterback Tom Brady. The Patriots pulled off one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl XXXVI, knocking off the St. Louis Rams 20-17 as 14-point underdogs. In New England’s other two Super Bowl appearances in the 2000s the team was a 7-point favorite in both and did not cover either in a pair of three-point wins.

After the Patriots won their last championship against the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX they lost twice to the New York Giants in the big game. In the first matchup between New England and New York, the Patriots were trying to become the first 19-0 team in NFL history. Miami remains the only team to complete a perfect season, finishing the feat in Super Bowl VII with a 14-7 victory against the Washington Redskins as a 1.5-point underdog.

New England was a 12.5-point favorite against Eli Manning and the Giants in Super Bowl XLII and lost 17-14 in one of the most memorable games ever played. Manning got the best of Brady again four years later in a 21-17 win, with the Super Bowl odds showing New York as a 2.5-point underdog. The only other teams to claim multiple Super Bowl titles since 2000 are the Ravens and Steelers, who each won it twice. The Patriots are still the last team to win back-to-back Super Bowls, capturing three in four years between 2002 and 2005.

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