Ed Picks The Top Ten Super Bowls So Far

1. Super Bowl XLIII – Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23


Notes: Most important aspects of this game.
* Steelers’ record-breaking, sixth Super Bowl win.
* Cardinals’ first championship game appearance since 1947.
* Ben Roethlisberger and Kurt Warner’s pass-completion percentages of 70 and 72 respectively.
* Linebacker James Harrison’s record-breaking, 100-yard interception return for a touchdown as time expired at the half.
* Larry Fitzgerald’s dramatic, 64-yard, catch-and-run touchdown to give the Cardinals their first lead of the game with only 2:37 left in the 4th quarter.
* Steelers’ eight-play, 78-yard drive, culminating in the most remarkable, game-winning, tightrope catch in Super Bowl history by Santonio Holmes.

2. Super Bowl XLII – New York Giants 17, New England 14


3. Super Bowl XXXVIII – New England 32, Carolina 29


4. Super Bowl XXXII – Denver 31, Green Bay 24


5. Super Bowl XIII – Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31


6. Super Bowl XXIII – San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16


7. Super Bowl XXXVI – New England 20, St. Louis 17


8. Super Bowl XXV – New York Giants 20, Buffalo 19


9. Super Bowl X – Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17


10. Super Bowl XXXIV – St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16



A. Super Bowl III – New York Jets 16, Baltimore Colts 7


B. Superbowl XXX – Dallas Cowboys 27, Pittsburgh Steelers 17


8 thoughts on “Ed Picks The Top Ten Super Bowls So Far”

    1. Why, because the underdog beat the “perfect” team? Most people would probably agree with you, but I’m not most people. While Super Bowl XLII was, indeed, a very good and ultimately exciting Super Bowl, it wasn’t THAT good. Given the choice between seeing the better team win in dramatic fashion or the lesser team do so, I’ll take the former of the two options… unless the better team is the Dallas Cowboys, of course.

  1. #3. I’m a Panther fan (Sucks this year) and April of that year, My wife and I took a trip to vegas, I stopped at sports book and checked the odds. 72-1 that Carolina would win it all. I put 100 bucks down (50 at two different books) on Carolina… I was sitting at home holding 2 tickets in my hand worth a hell of a lot money and when the kicker kicked off and sent it out of bounds, I damn near broke my tv.

  2. A “good” Super Bowl does not need to be a close game, but could be a memorable performance.. The 4 Montana ones are all epic as is the Steve Young one.

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