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.
No, the Super Bowl pits the champion of the American Football Conference against the champion of the National Football Conference. Since both the Chiefs and Texans play in the American Football Conference, it would not be possible for them to meet in the Super Bowl.
no they are both in the same conference
The Saints and Seahawks are both in the same conference (the NFC) so they cannot play each other in the Super Bowl.
The Cowboys and the 49ers can never play in the Super Bowl because they are both in the National Football Conference. The Super Bowl is between NFC teams and American Football Conference teams.
Only the winning team receives a super bowl ring.
No, because the Super Bowl is a matchup between the NFC Conference Champion and the AFC Conference Champion, and the Eagles & Giants are both in the same Conference and Division (NFC East).
No. Both teams are in the same conference. They have played three times in conference playoff games.
No, because they are both from the NFC and one team from each conference (NFC and AFC) compete for the Super Bowl.
No, they both play in the same conference. The AFC winner goes on to face the NFC winner in the Super Bowl.
No. They are both AFC teams and the Super Bowl is a match between the AFC and NFC champions. The Steelers and Ravens both play in the American Football Conference, therefore, they cannot meet in a Super Bowl.
The Saints and the Seahawks are both in the National Football Conference (NFC), so they cannot play each other in the Super Bowl.
The New Orleans Saints and the Dallas Cowboys could never meet in the Super Bowl because they both are in the National Football Conference.
Only if the loser wins Super Bowl MVP. Else only the winning side gets a trophy. Both teams win their conference trophy two weeks prior to the Super Bowl.
No, only the winning team gets to receieve the Superbowl Ring. ---------------------- Wrong---the winners get the Super Bowl ring, but the losers also get their conference championship rings.
No. That cannot happen due to the fact that the Steelers and Dolphins both play in the same conference. They are both AFC teams and in the Super Bowl the AFC must play the NFC.
No.. Only The Winners.. They Get To Keep There Super Bowl Participation Jerseys.. GO STEELERS..
The only coach to win both the Rose Bowl and the Super Bowl was Dick Vermeil.
Since the Super Bowl era began in the late 1960s, both the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers have been in the same league or conference. As a result, only can reach the Super Bowl in any given year
The Pittsburgh Steelers played in both Super Bowl XL and Super Bowl XLIII. They beat the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL and the Arizona Cardinals in XLIII.
The 1975 Super Bowl and the 1980 Super Bowl were both won by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
They have never lost in the Super Bowl. They won in both Super Bowl XXXV (2009) and Super Bowl XLVII (2013).
No, because both teams are in the National Football Conference. The Super Bowl is played each year between the NFC champion and American Football Conference champion. The best postseason matchup featuring the Cowboys and the Saints would be an NFC Championship Game.
The MVP of both Super Bowl I and Super Bowl II was Bart Starr (QB)
It never happened. Both teams are in the National Football Conference, so their only significant playoff meeting was in the 1996 NFC Championship Game. The Packers won and advanced to Super Bowl XXXI.