I know for sure that the Cowboys didn't make it into a Super Bowl. Go to espn.com for more information about that.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have won the most Super Bowl titles. They have won six Lombardy Trophies.
I can only account for two (but there may be more.) Jamaal Anderson for the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl XXIII and Kevin Dyson for the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV. Though he didn't play, George Siefert was head coach for Super Bowls XXXIV and XXXIX with the San Francisco 49ers. I overlooked Chris Kemoeatu who played in Super Bowl XLIII with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was on Pittsburgh's roster for Super Bowl XL but, technically, did not play in the game.
Depending on who you are. Super Bowl coaches get more than 0-16 coaches
The "Super Bowl" name is a marking tool created by the National Football League to indicate the championship game to be played between the two best football teams. American football is the only sport known to use the term "Super Bowl". How the term "Super Bowl came about can only be surmised by the fact most teams play in a coliseum type venue. This venue looks more like a bowl. "Super game played in a bowl looking structure"
Timmy Smith of the Washington Redskins with 204 rushing yards in Super Bowl XXII.
Maybe. They have a lot more confidence now, a great coach, great players, and more fan support, but it isn't easy to make it to a Super Bowl Never ever ever will they.
On February 5th, 2006, Cowher's Pittsburgh Steelers won Super Bowl XL defeating the Seattle Seahawks 21-10. This was Coach Cowher's first and possibly last Super Bowl ring as he retired from coaching in January 2007 to spend more time with his family.
The Super Bowl.
The San Francisco 49ers.
Don Shula. Shula was head coach of 6 Super Bowl teams (Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III and Miami Dolphins is Super Bowls VI, VII, VIII, XVII, XIX) and Landry was head coach of 5 Super Bowl teams (Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowls V, VI, X, XII, XIII).
TV has made football more popular around the world. the super bowl is viewed in 150 different countries!