Super Bowl Highlights

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  • 1967
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This production of NFL Films presents the most exciting moments from the league's biggest game. The series focuses on each of the annual contests, and the latest installment features the thrilling overtime win of the New England Patriots over the Atlanta Falcons in 2017.

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2009 Super Bowl XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Arizona Cardinals
43. 2009 Super Bowl XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Arizona Cardinals
February 1, 2009
Pittsburgh is led to their sixth championship in franchise history defeating the Cardinals 27-23.
2008 Super Bowl XLII: New York Giants Vs. New England Patriots
42. 2008 Super Bowl XLII: New York Giants Vs. New England Patriots
February 3, 2008
New York Giants were lead to their 7th league championship in franchise history defeating the Patriots 17-14.
2007 Super Bowl XLI: Chicago Bears Vs. Indianapolis Colts
41. 2007 Super Bowl XLI: Chicago Bears Vs. Indianapolis Colts
February 4, 2007
MVP Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts defeated the Chicago Bears 29-17.
2006 Super Bowl XL: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Seattle Seahawks
40. 2006 Super Bowl XL: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Seattle Seahawks
February 5, 2006
Pittsburgh is led to their fifth championship in franchise history defeating the Seahawks 21-10.
2005 Super Bowl XXXIX: Philadelphia Eagles Vs. New England Patriots
39. 2005 Super Bowl XXXIX: Philadelphia Eagles Vs. New England Patriots
February 6, 2005
The Patriots become the eighth team to post consecutive Super Bowl titles.
2004 Super Bowl XXXVIII: New England Patriots Vs. Carolina Panthers
38. 2004 Super Bowl XXXVIII: New England Patriots Vs. Carolina Panthers
February 1, 2004
The Patriots are led to their second Super Bowl championship in three years.
2003 Super Bowl XXXVII: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vs. Oakland Raiders
37. 2003 Super Bowl XXXVII: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vs. Oakland Raiders
January 26, 2003
The Buccaneers' first Super Bowl victory 48-21 over the Oakland Raiders.
2002 Super Bowl XXXVI: New England Patriots Vs. St. Louis Rams
36. 2002 Super Bowl XXXVI: New England Patriots Vs. St. Louis Rams
February 3, 2002
The New England Patriots' first Super Bowl title in franchise history defeating the Rams 20-17.
2001 Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore Ravens Vs. New York Giants
35. 2001 Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore Ravens Vs. New York Giants
January 28, 2001
The Ravens' first Super Bowl victory 34-7 over the New York Giants.
2000 Super Bowl XXXIV: St. Louis Rams Vs. Tennessee Titans
34. 2000 Super Bowl XXXIV: St. Louis Rams Vs. Tennessee Titans
January 30, 2000
The Rams defeated the Tennessee Titans 23-16.
1999 Super Bowl XXXIII: Denver Broncos Vs. Atlanta Falcons
33. 1999 Super Bowl XXXIII: Denver Broncos Vs. Atlanta Falcons
January 31, 1999
Broncos defeated the Falcons 34-19.
1998 Super Bowl XXXII: Denver Broncos Vs. Green Bay Packers
32. 1998 Super Bowl XXXII: Denver Broncos Vs. Green Bay Packers
January 25, 1998
Broncos break the NFC's streak of Super Bowl victories at 13.
1997 Super Bowl XXXI: Green Bay Packers Vs. New England Patriots
31. 1997 Super Bowl XXXI: Green Bay Packers Vs. New England Patriots
January 26, 1997
The Packers defeated the Patriots 35-21 to win their first Super Bowl in twenty-nine years.
1996 Super Bowl XXX: Dallas Cowboys Vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
30. 1996 Super Bowl XXX: Dallas Cowboys Vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
January 28, 1996
Cowboys recorded their third Super Bowl victory in four years defeating the Steelers 27-17.
1995 Super Bowl XXIX: San Francisco 49ers Vs. San Diego Chargers
29. 1995 Super Bowl XXIX: San Francisco 49ers Vs. San Diego Chargers
January 29, 1995
With the victory, the 49ers became the first franchise in NFL history to win 5 Super Bowl titles.
1994 Super Bowl XXVIII: Dallas Cowboys Vs. Buffalo Bills
28. 1994 Super Bowl XXVIII: Dallas Cowboys Vs. Buffalo Bills
January 30, 1994
Cowboys defeated the Bills 30-13 to win their second consecutive NFL title.
1993 Super Bowl XXVII: Dallas Cowboys Vs. Buffalo Bills
27. 1993 Super Bowl XXVII: Dallas Cowboys Vs. Buffalo Bills
January 31, 1993
Dallas leads a 52-17 victory over the Buffalo Bills.
1992 Super Bowl XXVI: Washington Redskins Vs. Buffalo Bills
26. 1992 Super Bowl XXVI: Washington Redskins Vs. Buffalo Bills
January 26, 1992
The Redskins defeated the Buffalo Bills 37-24.
1991 Super Bowl XXV: New York Giants Vs. Buffalo Bills
25. 1991 Super Bowl XXV: New York Giants Vs. Buffalo Bills
January 27, 1991
The Giants won their second Super Bowl in five years under head coach Bill Parcells by defeating the Bills 20-19.
1990 Super Bowl XXIV: San Francisco 49ers Vs. Denver Broncos
24. 1990 Super Bowl XXIV: San Francisco 49ers Vs. Denver Broncos
January 28, 1990
San Francisco's fourth championship win, defeating the Broncos 55-10.
1989 Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco 49ers Vs. Cincinnati Bengals
23. 1989 Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco 49ers Vs. Cincinnati Bengals
January 20, 1989
10-yard touchdown pass to John Taylor and the team's third Super Bowl win of the decade.
1988 Super Bowl XXII: Washington Redskins Vs. Denver Broncos
22. 1988 Super Bowl XXII: Washington Redskins Vs. Denver Broncos
January 31, 1988
The Redskins defeated the Broncos 42-10.
1987 Super Bowl XXI: New York Giants Vs. Denver Broncos
21. 1987 Super Bowl XXI: New York Giants Vs. Denver Broncos
January 25, 1987
1987 Super Bowl XXI: New York Giants Vs. Denver Broncos
1986 Super Bowl XX: Chicago Bears Vs. New England Patriots
20. 1986 Super Bowl XX: Chicago Bears Vs. New England Patriots
January 26, 1986
The Bears overpowered the Patriots 46-10 winning the franchise's first NFL title since 1963.
1985 Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers Vs. Miami Dolphins
19. 1985 Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers Vs. Miami Dolphins
January 20, 1985
San Francisco earned a 38-16 victory over the Dolphins.
1984 Super Bowl XVIII: Los Angeles Raiders Vs. Washington Redskins
18. 1984 Super Bowl XVIII: Los Angeles Raiders Vs. Washington Redskins
January 22, 1984
The Raiders defeated the Redskins 38-9.
1983 Super Bowl XVII: Washington Redskins Vs. Miami Dolphins
17. 1983 Super Bowl XVII: Washington Redskins Vs. Miami Dolphins
January 30, 1983
The win marked Washington's first NFL title since 1942.
1982 Super Bowl XVI: San Francisco 49ers Vs. Cincinnati Bengals
16. 1982 Super Bowl XVI: San Francisco 49ers Vs. Cincinnati Bengals
January 24, 1982
Super Bowl XVI was the first time that a Super Bowl was held at a cold-weather city. 49ers beat the Bengals 26 to 21.
1981 Super Bowl XV: Oakland Raiders Vs. Philadelphia Eagles
15. 1981 Super Bowl XV: Oakland Raiders Vs. Philadelphia Eagles
January 25, 1981
Oakland became the first wild card team in NFL history to win a Super Bowl defeating Philadelphia 27-10.
1980 Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Los Angeles Rams
14. 1980 Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Los Angeles Rams
January 20, 1980
The Steelers defeated the Los Angeles Rams 31-19 to become the first team in NFL history to win four Super Bowls.
1979 Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Dallas Cowboys
13. 1979 Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Dallas Cowboys
January 21, 1979
The Steelers became the first team in NFL history to win three Super Bowls after defeating the Cowboys 35-31 Super bowl XIII.
1978 Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys Vs. Denver Broncos
12. 1978 Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys Vs. Denver Broncos
January 15, 1978
The Cowboys defense forced 8 turnovers as they defeated the Broncos 27-10.
1977 Super Bowl XI: Oakland Raiders Vs. Minnesota Vikings
11. 1977 Super Bowl XI: Oakland Raiders Vs. Minnesota Vikings
January 9, 1977
The Raiders won the first Super Bowl in franchise history by defeating the Minnesota Vikings 32-14 in Super Bowl XI.
1976 Super Bowl X: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Dallas Cowboys
10. 1976 Super Bowl X: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Dallas Cowboys
January 18, 1976
Steelers won their second straight NFL Championship defeating the Cowboys 21-17.
1975 Super Bowl IX: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Minnesota Vikings
9. 1975 Super Bowl IX: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Minnesota Vikings
January 12, 1975
Steelers earn Super Bowl MVP honors as the Steelers beat the Vikings 16-6.
1974 Super Bowl VIII: Miami Dolphins Vs. Minnesota Vikings
8. 1974 Super Bowl VIII: Miami Dolphins Vs. Minnesota Vikings
January 13, 1974
The defending Super Bowl champion Dolphins defeated the Vikings 24-7 to become the second team in NFL history to win back-to-back Super Bowls.
1973 Super Bowl VIII: Miami Dolphins Vs. Washington Redskins
7. 1973 Super Bowl VIII: Miami Dolphins Vs. Washington Redskins
January 14, 1973
The Dolphins beat the Washington Redskins 14-7 to become the only team in NFL history to complete a perfect season (17-0).
1972 Super Bowl VI: Dallas Cowboys Vs. Miami Dolphins
6. 1972 Super Bowl VI: Dallas Cowboys Vs. Miami Dolphins
January 16, 1972
The Cowboys rushed for a record 252 yards and their defense limited the Dolphins to a low of 185 yards while not permitting a touchdown for the first time in Super Bowl history.
1971 Super Bowl V: Baltimore Colts Vs. Dallas Cowboys
5. 1971 Super Bowl V: Baltimore Colts Vs. Dallas Cowboys
January 17, 1971
The Colts beat the Dallas Cowboys 16-13 on rookie kicker Jim O'Brien's 32-yard field goal in the final five seconds.
1970 Super Bowl IV: Kansas City Chiefs Vs. Minnesota Vikings
4. 1970 Super Bowl IV: Kansas City Chiefs Vs. Minnesota Vikings
January 11, 1970
Under head coach Hank Stram, the Chiefs defeated the Vikings 23-7 in Super Bowl IV. Chiefs quarterback Len Dawson was named the game's MVP after throwing for 142 yards and a touchdown.
1969 Super Bowl III: New York Jets Vs. Baltimore Colts
3. 1969 Super Bowl III: New York Jets Vs. Baltimore Colts
January 12, 1969
Few athletic events had more lasting impact on American sports, and society, than the New York Jets stunning upset of the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III.
1968 Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers Vs. Oakland Raiders
2. 1968 Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers Vs. Oakland Raiders
January 14, 1968
Legendary Packers head coach Vince Lombardi won his second Super Bowl in as many years defeating the Oakland Raiders 33-14.
1967 Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers Vs. Kansas City Chiefs
1. 1967 Super Bowl: Green Bay Packers Vs. Kansas City Chiefs
January 15, 1967
Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 in the first Super Bowl in NFL history.
Description

This production of NFL Films presents the most exciting moments from the league's biggest game. The series focuses on each of the annual contests, and the latest installment features the thrilling overtime win of the New England Patriots over the Atlanta Falcons in 2017.

  • Premiere Date
    January 15, 1967