13 Fun Facts To Get You Ready For Super Bowl XLV

It’s still more than a few hours until kickoff, but for most people its football all day long today. To get you ready, here are 13 fun facts about Super Bowl XLV in Dallas between the Steelers and the Packers. -It’s been 13 years since a running back has won the Super Bowl MVP (Terrell […]

What States Have Hosted The Most Super Bowls?

The Super Bowl is famous for being held in warmer climates, although that isn’t always the case. Domed stadiums have also hosted the Super Bowl a number of times too. But, what states have hosted the Super Bowl the most times? Florida – 15 Times The state of Florida hosted its first Super Bowl way […]

Going For It On Fourth Down In The Super Bowl

Through Super Bowl 44 in 2010, teams have only gone for it on fourth down five times. The Washington Redskins, New England Patriots, and Buffalo Bills have all done it once; and the Dallas Cowboys have done it twice. All five times it was done, the end result for each team was a touchdown. The […]

Who Has A Perfect Record In The Super Bowl?

27 different teams have played in the Super Bowl over the years. Of all those teams, there are only four that have perfect records in the big game. The New York Jets, Baltimore Ravens, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are all 1-0 in Super Bowls. One team is far and away superior in this department though. […]

1969 Super Bowl IV Winning Kansas City Chiefs Players In The Hall Of Fame

The 1968 New York Jets get a lot of credit for being the first AFL team to take on and defeat an NFL team in the Super Bowl. They deserve this credit too as it was a bold prediction by quarterback Joe Namath that the team would win and then the Jets followed that up […]

The First Super Bowl To Be Broadcast Locally

Super Bowl VII, which saw the Miami Dolphins complete their undefeated season by beating the Washington Redskins, was the first Super Bowl ever to be televised live in the city that the game was being played in. The NFL at the time had unconditional blackout rules that prohibited stations from showing the broadcast locally. When […]

Super Bowl Trivia – Part Three

Hope the big game is going the way you hoped it would. Here is the final installment of little known facts about the Super Bowl. -The most passes ever attempted in one Super Bowl game was 58 and was done by Jim Kelly of the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVI. -Only four NFL teams […]

Super Bowl Trivia – Part Two

We’re getting closer to game time… here are some more little known facts about the Super Bowl. Hope its a great game! -In his four Super Bowl appearances, Jerry Rice of the San Francisco 49ers put up a total of 589 receiving yards. This sets the record for career receiving yards in Super Bowl history […]

Super Bowl Trivia – Part One

With the Super Bowl coming up, here is a taste of some little known Super Bowl trivia and information. Go Saints! Go Colts! Who are you picking? -The longest play from scrimmage in Super Bowl history was an 85 yard touchdown pass in Super Bowl XXXVIII thrown by Carolina Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme and caught […]

Remembering The Super Bowl Shuffle

From the Punky QB to Sweetness himself, Walter Payton, the Super Bowl Shuffle as performed by the 1985 Chicago Bears will bring back memories to anyone who was a football fan in the 1980s. Some loved it, some hated it, and some just found it amusing. Interesting facts about the Super Bowl Shuffle: -The song […]