Tom Brady has played in 5 Super Bowls: 1) Super Bowl XXXVI - February 3, 2002 (MVP) 2) Super Bowl XXXVIII - February 1, 2004 (MVP) 3) Super Bowl XXXIX - February 6, 2005 4) Super Bowl XLII - February 3, 2008 (lost) 5) Super Bowl XLVI- February 5,2012 (lost)
16. 1) Bart Starr, Packers - Super Bowls I and II. 2) Joe Namath, Jets - Super Bowl III. 3) Len Dawson, Chiefs - Super Bowl IV. 4) Roger Staubach, Cowboys - Super Bowl VI. 5) Larry Csonka, Dolphins - Super Bowl VIII. 6) Franco Harris, Steelers - Super Bowl IX. 7) Lynn Swann, Steelers - Super Bowl X. 8) Fred Biletnikoff, Raiders - Super Bowl XI. 9) Randy White, Cowboys - shared Super Bowl XII MVP with teammate Harvey Martin. 10) Terry Bradshaw, Steelers - Super Bowls XIII and XIV. 11) Joe Montana, 49ers - Super Bowls XVI, XIX, and XXIV. 12) John Riggins, Redskins - Super Bowl XVII. 13) Marcus Allen, Raiders - Super Bowl XVIII. 14) Troy Aikman, Cowboys - Super Bowl XXVII. 15) Steve Young, 49ers - Super Bowl XXIX. 16) John Elway, Broncos - Super Bowl XXXIII. This number will jump to 18 after the 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame elections as Jerry Rice of the 49ers (Super Bowl XXIII MVP) and Emmitt Smith of the Cowboys (Super Bowl XXVIII MVP) are sure to be enshrined into the Hall in the class of 2010. And it could go to 19 if Richard Dent of the Bears (Super Bowl XX MVP) is elected.
yes because the patriot is and always will be the best team in the nfl so your answer is yes the patriots will got to the super bowl in dallas in 2011
Anyone With a computer can go to nfl.com and vote. Source: I voted for Eli Manning this year without any account whatsoever.
Yes, you can in franchise mode and there is also a game mode called super bowl where you go straight to the super bowl. ;)
"Super Bowl" was pretty much always an unofficial nickname for it, though the tickets for the first three games (1967, 1968, 1969) were printed as "World Championship Game".
there was none they choose not to go if they did not go if you are a quarter back and go to the super bowl you are going to be invited to the probowl.,
yes. super bowl 38
No. A Super Bowl would always be decided by overtime procedures. Football games can never end in a tie. If by the end of the fourth quarter they are tied, then they go into overtime.
2000 Super Bowl Champs vs. the Giants.
The Browns have never been to the Super Bowl.
The Bears played their first Super Bowl, Super Bowl XX, in the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans.
The last super bowl the Baltimore ravens were in is super bowl 35 which was in the 1999-2000 season.
No, as the Patriots lost to the New York Jets, they will not go to the Super Bowl this year.
Larry Brown, playing cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys, was on all three Super Bowl winning teams in the 1990's. (1993, 1994, and 1996). He had one interception in Super Bowl XXVII (1993), and two in Super Bowl XXX (1996), when the Dallas Cowboys beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17. In that game, on January 26, 1996, Brown became the first cornerback to be named Super Bowl MVP, recording two interceptions and returning them for a total of 77 yards. Dallas scored touchdowns following each of those interceptions.
No they were at 4 am like gosh u should know if u watch it or go to it
The attendance at Super Bowl XLII was 71,101. The attendance at Super Bowl XLI was 74,512 and the attendance at Super Bowl XL was 68,206. The 2011 Super Bowl will have more than 100,000 people.
Yes they do. The loosing team from the Super Bowl receives a Super Bowl ring as well, but it is half the cost of the winning Super Bowl team's Super Bowl ring. Many players choose not to wear those rings, because it symbolizes defeat.
The Detroit Lions have never played in the Super Bowl.
they were never undefeated and went to the super bowl
The Super Bowl is for professional football, the NFL only.
The Rams appeared in Super bowl XIV (14), XXXIV (34,) and XXXVI (36) . They won Super bowl XXXIV. They Super bowl lost XIV XXXVI.
No. Now that the Pro Bowl is being played the week before the Super Bowl, any player selected for the Pro Bowl that is playing in the Super Bowl will be replaced.
Super Bowl IV, VIII, IX & XI,
A very long time ago (1969, in Super Bowl III).