The Miami Dolphins, who lost Super Bowl VI to the Dallas Cowboys, but won Super Bowls VII and VIII against the Washington Redskins and the Minnesota Vikings, respectively.
The Miami Dolphins lost Super Bowl VI to the Dallas Cowboys, but defeated the Washington Redskins and the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowls VII and VIII, respectively.
The Dallas Cowboys were the first to accomplish this when they won Super Bowls XXVII, XXVIII, and XXX.
At the moment the Pittsburgh Steelers are for winning the most Superbowls which is 6 Superbowls.
the Dallas Cowboys have been in the most superbowls in nfl history. However the Pittsburgh steelers have won the most superbowls in nfl history as of 2008.
Green Bay Packers won the first 2 superbowls.
Depends. I am a Ravens fan but gotta say this- who won the most superbowls? I hate to say this but the Steelers are the best team in the NFL. 2nd is the ravens
The team to win the most superbowls in a time of 7 years were the New England Patriots with 3 superbowls in the seasons of 2002, 2004, and 2005.
Pittsburgh Steelers, 6 superbowls, when have the steelers been a bad team....FOREVER because they lost to the packers
The Pittsburgh Steelers have won the most Superbowls (6). If you included pre-Superbowl era NFL championships, then the record is held by the Packers with 12 (3 Superbowls and 9 pre-Superbowl championships).
new England patriots vs. the bills
Tom Sifferman worked three consecutive Superbowls from 2002 to 2004. San Diego, Houston & Jacksonville. Previously, the NFL did not allow officials to work consecutive Superbowls, but due to changes in the way the league decided on who would work the Superbowls, Tom Sifferman was number 1 at his position in 2002, when the league gave it to the best at each position, and in 2003, he worked on the best overall crew, which the league changed the rule and had the best crew work the Superbowl in 2003, and in 2004 Sifferman was number 1 at his position and was selected to work with the number 1 crew because the official who worked his position did not have the required experience to work the Superbowl. Working in 3 consecutive Superbowls by an official had never been done before.