Ranking the Top 10 Super Bowls of All-Time

When looking back at the history of the Super Bowl, there have been some absolutely amazing games. The question is, which of the 53 Super Bowls are the top 10 of all-time?

Well, it's time to find out!

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Check out this countdown of the Top 10 Super Bowls of All-time.

10 – Super Bowl XXXII (1998) Denver 31 Green Bay 24

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Terrell Davis may have been playing with a migraine, but the headache he gave the Green Bay Packers in the Super Bowl was even worse, as he rushed for 157 yards and three touchdowns. Who can forget John Elway being tackled and looking like a helicopter?

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9 – Super Bowl III (1969) New York Jets 16 Baltimore Colts 7

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After guaranteeing a victory, Joe Namath of the New York Jets delivered in what is still considered one of the biggest upsets in American sports history.

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8 –  Super Bowl XXIII (1989) San Francisco 49ers 20  Cincinnati Bengals 16

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Joe Montana did not get the nickname, “Cool Joe” for nothing. In Super Bowl XXIII, Montana calmly led the 49ers offense down the field before finding Dwight Clark for the game-winner.

7 – Super Bowl XXXIV (2000) St. Louis Rams 23  Tennessee Titans 16

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After the Rams took a 23-16 lead following a Kurt Warner to Isaac Bruce 73-yard touchdown, the Titans had one more chance. Steve McNair led his team down the field, but on the final play, Kevin Dyson came up one yard short. Warner threw for 414 yards and two touchdowns and was named MVP of the game.

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6 – Super Bowl XXV (1991) New York Giants 20  Buffalo Bills 19

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It only takes two words to describe this Super Bowl. “Wide-Right.”

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5 – Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004) N.E. Patriots 32  Carolina Panthers 29

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This one started off slow as the Patriots took a 14-10 lead into the half. After a scoreless third quarter, New England and Carolina played one of the best fourth quarters in Super Bowl history. With just four seconds remaining in the game, it was Patriots kicker Adam Vinatieri who drilled a 41-yard field goal to win it.

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4 –  Super Bowl XLIX (2015) New England Patriots 28  Seattle Seahawks 24

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When you have Marshawn Lynch on your team, you GIVE HIM THE BALL! For some reason, the Seahawks elected to throw the ball and Malcolm Butler of the Patriots made a huge play to seal the deal.

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3 – Super Bowl XIII (1979) Pittsburgh Steelers 35  Dallas Cowboys 31

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Terry Bradshaw threw for 318 yards and four touchdowns on his way to the Super Bowl MVP. After a Bradshaw to Lynn Swann touchdown to put the Steelers in front 35-17, Roger Staubach orchestrated two drives resulting in touchdowns to cut the lead to four, but when time ran out, it was Pittsburgh that hoisted the Lombardi Trophy.

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2 – Super Bowl XLII (2008) New York Giants 17  New England Patriots 14

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After becoming just the second team to finish the regular season undefeated, the New England Patriots entered the Super Bowl as a 12-point favorite over the New York Giants. Eli Manning was able to connect with David Tyree for one of the most memorable catches in Super Bowl history to help lead the Giants to the huge upset.

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T1 – Super Bowl LI (2017) New England Patriots 34  Atlanta Falcons 28

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After the Falcons jumped out to a 21-0 lead, it looked like the rest of the game was just a formality and Atlanta was going to win the Super Bowl. That's when Tom Brady turned into Superman once again and led the Patriots to 19 fourth-quarter points, sending the game to overtime. In overtime, New England won the toss and then took care of business by marching down the field and scoring the Super Bowl-winning touchdown.

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T1 – Super Bowl LII (2018) Philadelphia Eagles 41 New England Patriots 33

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I'm sorry, but after really thinking about it, it was just too hard to pick between Super Bowl LI and Super Bowl LII!

The Philadelphia Eagles certainly played like they had nothing to lose in Super Bowl LII and because of that, they took a 22-12 lead into the half. Not surprisingly, Tom Brady, who tossed for a whopping 505 yards and three touchdowns, led the Patriots back as they took a 33-32 lead. But it was Nick Foles that got the last laugh as he led the Eagles to a 41-33 victory to give Philadelphia their first Super Bowl win in team history.

 

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