No team has qualified for the Playoffs with a losing record, therefore, never getting a chance to qualify of the Super Bowl.
Through Super Bowl XLII, that has never happened.
yes the giants
The 2001 New England Patriots
Not the colts....... The bears still suck
Only the 1972 Miami Dolphins have won a Super Bowl with an undefeated record.
I would guess all of them since to make it to the Super Bowl a team has to win its conference championship game.
The Raiders went 13-1 in the 1967 and 1976 seasons. They went to the Super Bowl both years, losing to Green Bay in Super Bowl II and defeating the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl XI.
As of Super Bowl XLII, the record for penalties in a Super Bowl is 12 and is held by the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XII and the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl XXXVIII.
The Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl IV, three years after losing the first Super Bowl to the Green Bay Packers.
No National Football League team has ever lost the Super Bowl seven times. The record for most Super Bowl losses is five, held by the Denver Broncos. They have won twice.
Yes, He made 3 Super Bowls, losing 2 of them, and led the Rams to their first and only Super Bowl victory.
The New York Giants have the record for time of possession in a Super Bowl, holding the football for a total of 40 minutes 33 seconds in Super Bowl XXV. They defeated the Buffalo Bills 20-19.
The Dallas Cowboys won their first Super Bowl championship on January 16, 1972, after their 12th season as an expansion franchise in the National Football League. The Cowboys of the National Football Conference defeated the Miami Dolphins of the American Football Conference in Super Bowl VI by the score of 24 to 3. The Cowboys are tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers for playing in a record eight overall Super Bowls. Dallas has a 5-3 record in the title games.
The Super Bowl where it was held at the Rose Bowl in 1980: $103,985
As of the 2008 season, the Cowboys Super Bowl record is 5-3.
Super Bowl XXXVIII - Carolina Panthers Super Bowl XXXIX - Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl XL - Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLI - Chicago Bears Super Bowl XLII - New England Patriots
THrough Super Bowl XLII, that was the 1979 Los Angeles Rams with a regular season record of 9-7.
Tom Brady in Super Bowl 46. The record stands at 16
The Super Bowl is the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL), the highest level of professional football in the U.S. The season begins in the late summer of the previous calendar year, and ends with the Super Bowl.
Most Super Bowl MVPs (3).
New Orleans Super Bowl VI
Super bowl xlii
On February 3, 2008, in Super Bowl XLII, New England Patriots receiver Wes Welker tied a Super Bowl record with 11 receptions. The record was previously held solely by Dan Ross of the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XVI.