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Greatest Super Bowls ever? (Edited 02/05/12 11:21PM by Kenne)
Which Super Bowls based on performance and closeness, were the greatest ever?

The games chosen that are listed are based on expert opinion (e.g. Sports Illustrated, Bleacher Report, etc.) and not my own opinion. Blowouts are not listed, but 3 other options are available.


Greatest Super Bowls ever? <span style="font-size:12px;">(Edited 02/05/12 11:21PM by Kenne)</span> Photo
| Closed on 04/30/12 at 05:00PM
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Teams:  New York Giants | New England Patriots  | San Francisco 49ers | Pittsburgh Steelers
Team Breakout:
Rank14 FansAvg (1st)
1.[42] Giants 17, Patriots 146.2 (1)
2.[25] Giants 20, Bills 195.9 (1)
3.[43] Steelers 27, Cardinals 235.9 (3)
4.[34] Rams 23, Titans 164.8 (4)
5.[13] Steelers 35, Cowboys 314.2 (1)
6.[23] 49ers 20, Bengals 163.9
7.[38] Patriots 32, Panthers 293.2
8.[16] 49ers 26, Bengals 213.1 (1)
9.[36] Patriots 20, Rams 172.7 (1)
10.[32] Broncos 31, Packers 242.6 (1)
Also receiving votes:[45] Packers 31, Steelers 252.1
[3] Jets 16, Colts 72.1 (1)
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[46] Giants 21, Patriots 171.6
[10] Steelers 21, Cowboys 171.5
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[39] Patriots 24, Eagles 211.0
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[14] Steelers 31, Rams 190.6

  
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#1 | 809 days ago

One of the most satisfying aspects about the Super Bowl is watching the event w/ family and good friends.
I especially recall SBXV Oakland Raiders def. heavily favored Phil. Eagles (former Patriot QB Jim Plunkett resurfaced from oblivion to earn SB MVP).
  Very glad Brendan M invited me over his place for SB XXXIII(Broncos,Falcons).
1. [36] Patriots 20, Rams 17  2. [38] Patriots 32, Panthers 29  3. [39] Patriots 24, Eagles 21  4. [32] Broncos 31, Packers 24  5. [16] 49ers 26, Bengals 21  6. [23] 49ers 20, Bengals 16  7. [##] _____ ##, _____ ## (write-in)  8. [##] _____ ##, _____ ## (write-in)  9. [##] _____ ##, _____ ## (write-in)  10. [45] Packers 31, Steelers 25  
#2 | 809 days ago

Rams/Titans, Super Bowl XXXIV, Mike Jones tackling Kevin Dyson 1/2 yard short of the game tying touchdown as time expired.  

And yes, I am biased
1. [34] Rams 23, Titans 16  2. [42] Giants 17, Patriots 14  3. [43] Steelers 27, Cardinals 23  4. [23] 49ers 20, Bengals 16  5. [25] Giants 20, Bills 19  6. [36] Patriots 20, Rams 17  7. [38] Patriots 32, Panthers 29  8. [3] Jets 16, Colts 7  9. [13] Steelers 35, Cowboys 31  10. [14] Steelers 31, Rams 19  
#3 | 809 days ago
BDV4U (+)

Scott wrote:
Rams/Titans, Super Bowl XXXIV, Mike Jones tackling Kevin Dyson 1/2 yard short of the game tying touchdown as time expired.  

And yes, I am biased
1. [34] Rams 23, Titans 16  2. [23] 49ers 20, Bengals 16  3. [16] 49ers 26, Bengals 21  4. [43] Steelers 27, Cardinals 23  5. [42] Giants 17, Patriots 14  6. [45] Packers 31, Steelers 25  7. [32] Broncos 31, Packers 24  8. [25] Giants 20, Bills 19  9. [36] Patriots 20, Rams 17  10. [38] Patriots 32, Panthers 29  
#4 | 805 days ago

Scott wrote:
Rams/Titans, Super Bowl XXXIV, Mike Jones tackling Kevin Dyson 1/2 yard short of the game tying touchdown as time expired.  

And yes, I am biased
 I am biased as well Scott that is why as a lifetime Bronco fan the victory over Green Bay is my #1.
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1. [32] Broncos 31, Packers 24  2. [42] Giants 17, Patriots 14  3. [25] Giants 20, Bills 19  4. [38] Patriots 32, Panthers 29  5. [23] 49ers 20, Bengals 16  6. [13] Steelers 35, Cowboys 31  7. [43] Steelers 27, Cardinals 23  8. [36] Patriots 20, Rams 17  9. [34] Rams 23, Titans 16  10. [16] 49ers 26, Bengals 21  
#5 | 804 days ago

Pick #5   [9] Steelers 16 Vikings 6
Pick #6 [40] Steelers 21 Seahawks 10

Sure my first six selections were all Steelers wins (because I'm a Steelers fan) but the last four were also great Super Bowl wins as well. The Scott Norwood missed field goal was the biggest win / loss ever.
1. [13] Steelers 35, Cowboys 31  2. [10] Steelers 21, Cowboys 17  3. [43] Steelers 27, Cardinals 23  4. [14] Steelers 31, Rams 19  5. [##] _____ ##, _____ ## (write-in)  6. [##] _____ ##, _____ ## (write-in)  7. [25] Giants 20, Bills 19  8. [42] Giants 17, Patriots 14  9. [3] Jets 16, Colts 7  10. [32] Broncos 31, Packers 24  
#6 | 759 days ago

Steelers and the Raiders have the greatest super bowls ever!!

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