Not a Super Bowl ring, however, they are allowed to get a NFC or AFC Champion ring, depending on which conference championship they had to win to make it to the Super Bowl.
A team qualifies for the Super Bowl by winning either the AFC or NFC Conference Championship game.
No, when the NFC wins the pro bowl, the NFC team playing in the Super Bowl wins home field advantage.
The NFC. Since Super Bowl XLII the NFC has 20 Super Bowl wins and the AFC has 18.
The NFC will where their home colors in the 2013 Super Bowl and will play in an NFC stadium.
Nope. NFC Championship ring from 1980. He was QB for the Eagles. The Eagles lost the Super Bowl game to the Raiders 27-10
Yes, because the Super Bowl is played between the AFC champion and the NFC champion, the winner of the Super Bowl would be entitled to both rings.
That would be Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXXII 31-24 against Green Bay in 1998.
The New York Giants were the first NFC wildcard team to win the Super Bowl in 2008, Super Bowl XLII
After the NFL/AFL merger in 1970. The first Super Bowl between NFC and AFC teams was Super Bowl V in January 1971.
the NFC with 24. BOO!
NFC East, with 19 bowl appearances and 11 wins.