Super Bowl V
Baltimore 16, Dallas 13
MVP: LB Chuck Howley, Dallas
The first Super Bowl to be played on artificial turf offered the Colts an opportunity to finally lay their defeat in Super Bowl III to rest. In an ugly game marred by 10 turnovers, Earl Morall came off the bench to replace an injured Johnny Unitas late in the first half, and managed to generate enough offense to lead the Colts to the title. Jim O'Brien kicked a 32 yard field goal with five seconds left in the game to clinch the victory. Howley remains the only Super Bowl MVP to play for a losing team.
Photograph by: Walter Iooss Jr.
The Cowboys and the Colts watched as Jim O'Brien kicked a 32-yard field goal with five seconds left in the game to clinch the win.