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Sports Illustrated's Super Bowl Archive

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No publication covers the Super Bowl like Sports Illustrated. From Super Bowl I through Super Bowl XXXVI, Sports Illustrated has been on the sidelines and in the locker rooms. Relive the ultimate day in sports with Sports Illustrated's Super Bowl Archive.

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SUPER BOWL XXXVI
Pat Answer
Following the lead of their transformed coach and oh-so-cool quarterback, the no-name Patriots stunned the Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI
By Michael Silver
 
SUPER BOWL XXXV
Talk of the Town
The Ravens crowed about how good they'd be, then backed it up in the Super Bowl by crushing the Giants with big plays and a brutal defense
By Michael Silver
 
SUPER BOWL XXXIV
The Greatest
Kurt Warner was his usual stellar self as the Rams hung on to beat the Titans in the best Super Bowl ever
By Michael Silver
 
SUPER BOWL XXXIII
The Magnificent 7
The gunslinger from out West, John Elway, cut down the Falcons in rapid-fire fashion to give the Broncos their second straight Super Bowl title
By Michael Silver
 
SUPER BOWL XXXII
At Last, The Best
In the face of past disasters and present odds, the confident Broncos outplayed Green Bay and achieved their ultimate redemption
By Michael Silver
 
SUPER BOWL XXXI
Return to Glory
After suffering through a week of Patriots blather, the Packers got on with the business of winning their first NFL title in 29 years
By Michael Silver
 
SUPER BOWL XXX
Special...Delivery
The Steelers handed the Cowboys two ugly interceptions and a 27-17 victory
By Michael Silver
 
SUPER BOWL XXIX
Superb!
To no one's surprise, the 49ers dismantled the Chargers 49-26 for a record fifth Super Bowl win that liberated quarterback Steve Young from the ghost of Joe Montana
By Rick Telander
 
SUPER BOWL XXVIII
The Fumble!
Dallas bashed Buffalo in their Super Bowl rematch, as miscues made the Bills four-time losers
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XXVII
Big D, As in Dynasty
Dallas provided a preview of things to come with a Super Bowl rout of Buffalo
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XXVI
Superb
The Washington Redskins were exquisite in their 37-24 Super Bowl destruction of the Buffalo Bills
By Rick Telander
 
SUPER BOWL XXV
High and Mighty
In one of the best-played Super Bowls in XXV years, the New York Giants used their power game to wear down the Buffalo Bills, who fought back but fell one point short
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XXIV
The Storm
In a record-setting deluge the 49ers swamped Denver 55-10 in Super Bowl XXIV
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XXIII
Joe Cool
The 49ers' Joe Montana knocked the Bengals cold with a spectacular late rally in the Super Bowl
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XXII
One Super Show!
Washington trailed until quarterback Doug Williams set off a Skins scoring burst in the Super Bowl
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XXI
Killer Giants
Behind pinpoint passing by Phil Simms, the Giants routed Denver in Super Bowl XXI
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XX
A Brilliant Case For The Defense
Playing the most devastating D in Super Bowl history, the Chicago Bears routed the Patriots for the NFL title
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XIX
The Niners Were Never Finer
In San Francisco's 38-16 Super Bowl rout of Miami, it's hard to say which was better, the offense or defense
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XVIII
A Runaway For The Raiders
Playing an old-fashioned man-to-man brand of football, Los Angeles beat Washington 38-9 in the Super Bowl
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XVII
Hail To The Redskins!
Hail victory! And good grief! The whooping began after good young Charlie Brown scored the clinching TD against Miami in Super Bowl XVII
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XVI
X'd, O'd and KO'd
Cincinnati was dazzled by the master of deceit, Bill Walsh, then doomed by a gutty goal-line stand as San Francisco won Super Bowl XVI
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XV
This Was the Time for One Good Man
Given all the time in the world to throw, Jim Plunkett formidably came to the aid of his team, passing for three touchdowns as the Oakland Raiders routed the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XV
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XIV
They Were Just Too Much
The scrappy Rams had 'em on the ropes in Super Bowl XIV, but the Steelers' old pros prevailed once again
By Paul Zimmerman
 
SUPER BOWL XIII
What a Passing Parade!
The leader of the band of Steelers who defeated the Cowboys 35-31 in Super Bowl XIII was Terry Bradshaw, who strutted his stuff by throwing for four touchdowns
By Dan Jenkins
 
SUPER BOWL XII
Doomsday in the Dome
That ferocious Dallas defense forced and recovered four Denver fumbles and intercepted four passes as the Cowboys belted the Broncos in the Super Bowl
By Dan Jenkins
 
SUPER BOWL XI
The Raiders Were All Suped Up
And the Vikings were all but wiped out in the Super Bowl, as Oakland ran and passed pretty much as it pleased in setting a record for total offense. But the final score may be of interest only to trivia fans
By Dan Jenkins
 
SUPER BOWL X
Dallas Feels the Steeler Crunch
Caught between the man-eating Pittsburgh defense and the pass-catching wizardry of Lynn Swann, the Cowboys fell just short in their gallant bid for a Super Bowl upset
By Dan Jenkins
 
SUPER BOWL IX
Pittsburgh Punches It Out
Pressuring the Vikings with a vigorous attack and an overwhelming defense, the Steelers bulled their way to sweet victory in the Super Bowl
By Dan Jenkins
 
SUPER BOWL VIII
It Was the Day of the Dolphins
They came by land and by air, if not by sea, and they didn't squeak by the Vikings but roared over them in an awesome display of offense and defense to win their second straight Super Bowl
By Tex Maule
 
SUPER BOWL VII
17-0-0
With a super-perfecta performance, the Dolphins drub the Redskins 14-7 and take pro football's biggest purse
By Tex Maule
 
SUPER BOWL VI
A Cowboy Stampede
Dallas had the horses to defeat Miami in Duane Thomas, Walt Garrison and Calvin Hill, and they all ranged wild in the Super Bowl, leaving the Dolphins floundering in a cloud of dust -- well, Poly-Dust
By Tex Maule
 
SUPER BOWL V
Eleven Big Mistakes
Baltimore had seven turnovers and Dallas only four as both teams bumbled through a laugher of a Super Bowl. But in the end the joke was on the Cowboys, who made the biggest mistake of all -- losing
By Tex Maule
 
SUPER BOWL IV
Wham, Bam, Stram!
In the Super Bowl the ingenious boss of the Kansas City Chiefs aimed a devastating machine in Minnesota, and Engineer Len Dawson used it to outhit, outmaneuver and eventually destroy the Vikings
By Tex Maule
 
SUPER BOWL III
Say It's So, Joe
And say it Joe did, boasting over and over again that his Jets would whip the mighty Colts in the Super Bowl. Then came Sunday -- and Joe Namath quit talking and began to throw. Just like he said...
By Tex Maule
 
SUPER BOWL II
Green Bay, Handily
Never really pressed, the Packers neatly chopped up the Raiders in the Super Bowl. They were at least in part motivated by a desire to win this one for Vince Lombardi, who was hinting that he might retire
By Tex Maule
 
SUPER BOWL I
Bread-and-Butter Packers
In the first half the Super Bowl lived up to its billing, but then the ruthless insistence of Green Bay wore down Kansas City and turned the game into a runaway
By Tex Maule
 

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