Greatest Super Bowls

1.  Super Bowl XLII  - New York Giants 17, New England Patriots 14
In one of the most significant upsets in Super Bowl history, the Giants (14–6) won 17–14, preventing the Patriots (18–1) from becoming the first undefeated team since the 1972 Miami Dolphins went 17–0. In doing so, the Giants became the first NFC wild card team to win a Super Bowl. The telecast was the most-watched Super Bowl of all time, with an average of 97.5 million viewers in the United States and 148.3 million total viewers watching some part of the game. The broadcast achieved the highest Nielsen ratings (43.3) for the game since Super Bowl XXXIV. It was also the second most-watched TV program of all time in the United States

2. Super Bowl III - New York Jets 16 Baltimore Colts 7
This game has to be at the top of any list, not so much for the game itself but for the significance the Jet's 16-7 victory over the Colts had in establishing the game as a legitimate championship. The Packers won the first two Super Bowls with no problems and Vegas had Baltimore a 20-point favorite. Then, Joe Willie Namath guaranteed a win just 2 days prior to kickoff.


. Super Bowl XXXIV - St. Louis Rams 23 Tennessee Titans 16
The Titans overcome a 16-point deficit by tying the game on a 43-yard field goal with just over 2 minutes to play. But, then Kurt Warner connected with Issac Bruce on a 78-yard touchdown pass to give the Rams the lead with just 1:54 remaining. However, then the Titans drove to the Rams 10 with six seconds and no timeouts, and then Steve McNair hit Kevin Dyson who stretched to the half-yard line as time ran out.

4. Super Bowl XXXVIII -
New England 32, Carolina 29
New England kicked a 41-yard field goal with four seconds remaining as the Patriots won their second Super Bowl in three seasons. While it took a Super-Bowl record 26 minutes and 55 seconds for the first points to be scored, the teams combined for 868 yards (481 by New England) and the game also featured the highest scoring quarter with 37 points.

5. Super Bowl XXIII - San Francisco 49ers 20 Cincinnati Bengals 16 With just 3 minutes left in the game, the Bengals’ kicked a 40-yard field goal to give Cincinnati a 16-13 lead. Then, starting on their own 8-yard line, Joe Montana engineered one of the greatest scoring drives in Super Bowl history by going 92 yards in 11 plays, ending with a 10-yard touchdown pass to John Taylor.

6.  Super Bowl XIII - Pittsburgh Steelers 35 Dallas Cowboys 31
Terry Bradshaw threw 4 TD passes as the Steelers almost blew this game wide open, but Roger Staubach led the Cowboy to two late TDs. Then with 22 seconds left, the Steelers recovered Dallas's onside kick to end the game.

7.  Super Bowl XXXVI - New England Patriots 20 St. Louis Rams 17
The Patriots kicked a 48-yard field goal to avoid overtime and give them their first Super Bowl title. The Rams scored a touchdown with less than 2 minutes to tie the game at 17. Then Tom Brady drove his team down to the Rams 31 with no timeouts to set up the game winning field goal.

8. Super Bowl XXV - New York Giants 20 Buffalo Bills 19
The "wide right" game. After New York took the lead late in the game with a 21-yard field goal. Jim Kelly led the Bills to the Giants 30 yard line to set up a last second field goal. But, unfortunately for the Bills, the ball sailed wide right to end the game.

9. Super Bowl XXXII - Denver 31, Green Bay 24
John Elway led the Broncos to their first NFL championship and broke the NFC's streak of Super Bowl victories at 13. Terrell Davis rushed for 157 yards and a three touchdowns 

10. Super Bowl XX - Chicago 46, New England 10
The greatest cast of characters ever to win a Super Bowl. The game may have been a blow out, but Chicago entertained us with players like Walter Payton, Jim McMahon and William "the Refrigerator" Perry. And who can forget the Super Bowl Shuffle video. 

Honorable Mention
Super Bowl XXIX - San Francisco 49, San Diego 26
Greatest performance by a single player. Steve Young passed for 325 yards and threw a record 6 touchdown passes in this game.

Super Bowl I - Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10
It may not have been the best, but it was the first. Bart Starr passed for 250 yards and two touchdowns. Later, he was named the MVP for Super Bowl I.

Super Bowl XV - Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10
Super Bowl MVP Jim Plunkett passed for 3 touchdowns, as the Raiders became the first wild-card team to win the Super Bowl.

Top Ten
College Sport Lists
College Sport Towns 
College Stadiums 
College Mascots College Mascots(Live
Top Ten College Football Fantastic Finishes 
Best College Football Rivalries 
Top 100 College Football Players 
Greatest College Football Dynasties 
Heisman Award Winners 
Highest Paid College Football Coaches
March   Madness Magical Moments 
Top 100 College Basketball Players
Top 10 College Basketball Teams of  All Time
Naismith Award Winners

This listing of the Best Super Bowls is constantly being revised after each years game is over. So, if you feel we are missing one, please email us and let us know!