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new England all day !
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Super Bowl I: Green Bay by 17 Super Bowl II: Green Bay by 13 Super Bowl III: Baltimore (Colts) by 17 Super Bowl IV: Minnesota by 10 Super Bowl V: Dallas by 1 Super Bowl VI: Dallas by 5 Super Bowl VII: Washington by 2 Super Bowl VIII: Miami by 6 Super Bowl IX: Pittsburgh by 3 Super Bowl X: Pittsburgh by 7 Super Bowl XI: Oakland by 5 Super Bowl XII: Dallas by 5 Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh by 4 Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh by 11 Super Bowl XV: Philadelphia by 3 Super Bowl XVI: San Francisco by 2 Super Bowl XVII: Miami by 2 Super Bowl XVIII: Washington by 3 Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco by 3 Super Bowl XX: Chicago by 11 Super Bowl XXI: NY Giants by 9 Super Bowl XXII: Denver by 3 Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco by 7 Super Bowl XXIV: San Francisco by 12 Super Bowl XXV: Buffalo by 7 Super Bowl XXVI: Washington by 7 Super Bowl XXVII: Dallas by 6.5 Super Bowl XXVIII: Dallas by 10.5 Super Bowl XXIX: San Francisco by 18 Super Bowl XXX: Dallas by 13.5 Super Bowl XXXI: Green Bay by 14 Super Bowl XXXII: Green Bay by 12 Super Bowl XXXIII: Denver by 7.5 Super Bowl XXXIV: St Louis by 7 Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore (Ravens) by 3 Super Bowl XXXVI: St Louis by 14 Super Bowl XXXVII: Oakland by 3.5 Super Bowl XXXVIII: New England by 7 Super Bowl XXXIX: New England by 4 Super Bowl XL: Pittsburgh by 4 Super Bowl XLI: Indianapolis by 7 Super Bowl XLII: New England by 14 Super Bowl XLIII: Pittsburgh by 6.5 Super Bowl XLIV: Indianapolis by 4.5
I was rooting for Arizona, because they have had a primarily woeful past, and have never won a Super Bowl. Also because they were the underdogs (I am a NY Giants fan).
The Steelers have the most Super Bowl wins, with six. If you're asking about championships, the Packers have the most, with 12: nine in the pre-Super Bowl era, and three Super Bowl championships.
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2 (2006, 2009).
Kickoff is at approximately 6 PM EST. The game usually lasts around three and a half hours. However, if there is a tie, the game will continue beyond regulation until one team outscores the other.
The NFL Network often airs past Super Bowls, so you could check that channel.