Nine NFL wild-card teams have reached the Super Bowl, but only five have won world championships. The winning teams are in bold:
Usually not. However wild card teams have made a run in years past. Steelers in 2006, Cardinals 2008, Greenbay 2010, and New York in 2007.
patriots, cardinals, ravens
The Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl XLV following the 2010 season as a wildcard. That was the only time the Packers won a Super Bowl as a wildcard.
No, but Dallas did advance to the Super Bowl as a wild card in 1975 but lost to Pittsburgh
Yes. The Oakland Raiders won the AFL's Western division with the Chiefs second.
Dallas has won the Super Bowl five times, and each of those seasons they were the NFC East Division winner.According the www.profootbalhof.com, only nine wildcard teams have advanced to the Super Bowl since the wildcard format was introduced following the NFL/AFL merger prior to the 1970 season, and only five of them have won it (1980 Raiders, 1997 Broncos, 2000 Ravens, 2005 Steelers and 2007 Giants)The 1975 Dallas Cowboys were the first wildcard team to make it to the Super Bowl.The 1980 Oakland Rainders were the first wildcard team to win it.
No, the Raiders were the first wild card team to win the Super Bowl (XV). The Broncos in SB XXXII, Ravens in SB XXXV, Steelers in SB XL, and Giants in SB XLII were also wild cards that won the Super Bowl.
No the Titans have never won a Super Bowl.
The super bowl that was won 52 to 17 was Super bowl XXVll ( 27 )
4. Wildcard, Divisionals, Championships, and Super Bowl
Chuck Noll of the Steelers and Tom Landry of the Cowboys in Super Bowl X. Noll had won Super Bowl IX and Landry had won Super Bowl VI.
Aaron Rodgers has won 1 Super Bowl, Super Bowl 45. He was also Super Bowl 45 MVP.
The 1975 Super Bowl and the 1980 Super Bowl were both won by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Eagles have never won a Super Bowl.