Yes, the 2009 Indianapolis Colts did this (amongst others).
Yes. Pitt in 2005 and GB in 2010
Yes, the Steelers that won Super Bowl XL were the first 6 seed to make a Super Bowl.
17 teams won the super bowl that was the 1st seed
No the Jets vs. the Packers would be the first time ever
2005 Pittsburgh Steelers that defeated the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL.
Only one sixth seed has ever even made it to the Super Bowl (2005 Pittsburgh Steelers) and they won it.
no Pittsburgh was a six seed and won
The fifth seed
Super Bowl XXV (1990 season) through Super Bowl XLIII (2008 season): 1) Super Bowl XLII: AFC #1 seed New England Patriots lost to NFC #5 seed New York Giants. 2) Super Bowl XLI: NFC #1 seed Chicago Bears lost to AFC #3 seed Indianapolis Colts. 3) Super Bowl XL: NFC #1 seed Seattle Seahawks lost to AFC #6 seed Pittsburgh Steelers. 4) Super Bowl XXXIX: NFC #1 seed Philadelphia Eagles lost to AFC #2 seed New England Patriots. 5) Super Bowl XXXVIII: AFC #1 seed New England Patriots defeated NFC #3 seed Carolina Panthers. 6) Super Bowl XXXVII: AFC #1 seed Oakland Raiders lost to NFC #2 seed Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 7) Super Bowl XXXVI: NFC #1 seed St. Louis Rams lost to AFC #2 seed New England Patriots. 8) Super Bowl XXXV: NFC #1 seed New York Giants lost to AFC #4 seed Baltimore Ravens. 9) Super Bowl XXXIV: NFL #1 seed St. Louis Rams defeated AFC #4 seed Tennessee Titans. 10) Super Bowl XXXIII: AFC #1 seed Denver Broncos defeated NFC #2 seed Atlanta Falcons. 11) Super Bowl XXXI: NFC #1 seed Green Bay Packers defeated AFC #2 seed New England Patriots. 12) Super Bowl XXX: NFC #1 seed Dallas Cowboys defeated AFC #2 seed Pittsburgh Steelers. 13) Super Bowl XXIX: NFC #1 seed San Francisco 49ers defeated AFC #2 seed San Diego Chargers. 14) Super Bowl XXVIII: NFC #1 seed Dallas Cowboys defeated AFC #1 seed Buffalo Bills. 15) Super Bowl XXVI: NFC #1 seed Washington Redskins defeated AFC #1 seed Buffalo Bills. 16) Super Bowl XXV: AFC #1 seed Buffalo Bills lost to NFC #2 seed New York Giants.