Through Super Bowl XLV, 3 Super Bowl winners played a tie game during the regular season. 1) 1967 Green Bay Packers that won Super Bowl II went 9-4-1 in the regular season. 2) 1970 Baltimore Colts that won Super Bowl V went 11-2-1 in the regular season. 3) 1974 Pittsburgh Steelers that won Super Bowl IX went 10-3-1 in the regular season.
When the NFL played a 14 game schedule (through Super Bowl XII), that was the 1974 Pittsburgh Steelers (Super Bowl IX winner) who scored 305 regular season points. Since the NFL moved to a 16 game schedule in 1978, and not including strike seasons (1982 and 1987), that was the 2000 Baltimore Ravens (Super Bowl XXXV winner) who scored 333 regular season points.
This is the 2008 Super Bowl which crowns a champion for the 2007 season.
Two teams, the AFC Conference Champion and the NFC Conference Champion, go to the Super Bowl each season.
If it qualified as a wild card, a Super Bowl champion can play as many as 20 contests -- 16 regular season games, the wild card round, the divisional round, the conference championship and the Super Bowl. A team with a first-round bye wins 19 games on its way to the Super Bowl title.
The Miami Dolphins won Super Bowl VII after posting a regular season record of 14-0.
Denver in the 1998 regular season, 1999 postseason St. Louis in the 1999 regular season, 2000 postseason Super Bowl
1972 Miami Dolphins are the only team to make it through an entire season undefeated. The 2007 New England Patriots were undefeated during the regular season, but lost in the Super Bowl.
Since their last Super Bowl title in January 1996, the Dallas Cowboys have a regular-season record of 132 wins and 128 losses. They have won two playoff games.
The best regular season for the Broncos was 1998 when they went 14-2. They won the Super Bowl that season (Super Bowl XXXIII).
No ... the Broncos went 12-4 in the regular season before winning Super Bowl XXXII and 14-2 in the regular season before winning Super Bowl XXXIII.