Super Bowl I This game is the only Super Bowl to have been broadcast in the United States by two television networks simultaneously (no other NFL game was subsequently carried nationally on more than one network until December 29, 2007, when the New England Patriots faced the New York Giants on NBC, CBS, and the NFL Network). At the time, CBS held the rights to nationally televise NFL games while NBC had the rights to broadcast AFL games. It was decided to have both of them cover the game. Each network used their own announcers: Ray Scott, Jack Whitaker, and Frank Gifford provided commentary on CBS; while Curt Gowdy and Paul Christman were on NBC. NBC did have some problems. The network did not return in time from a halftime commercial break for the start of the second half; therefore, the first kickoff was stopped by the game's officials and was redone once NBC was back on the air. NBC was also forced to broadcast the game over CBS' feed and cameras. In other words, NBC's crew had little to no control over how the game was shot (i.e. the camera angles). Super Bowl I was the only Super Bowl in history that was not a sellout in terms of attendance, despite the TV blackout in the Los Angeles area. Days before the game, local newspapers printed editorials about what they viewed as a then-exorbitant $12 USD price for tickets, and wrote stories about how to pirate the signal from TV stations outside the Los Angeles area.
Randy Moss hasn't won a Super Bowl ... Super Bowl XLII is the first Super Bowl he has played in.
There was no Super Bowl in 1963. The first Super Bowl was played in 1967.
No. The Ravens one Super Bowl appearance (and win) came in Super Bowl XXXV played January 28, 2001.
There was no Super Bowl in 1940. The first Super Bowl was played in 1967. In the 1940 NFL championship, the Chicago Bears defeated the Washington Redskins 73-0, which is also the biggest margin of victory of any game in NFL history.
No one won in 1895 . The first Super Bowl wasn't played until 1967.
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Super Bowl IV, or the Super Bowl in 1970, was played at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Super Bowl XXI was played at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California in 1987.
No one. The Eagles have only played in one Super Bowl
He played in one Super Bowl, 1986.
Jim Brown never played in the Super Bowl. He had already retired before the first Super Bowl was played.
Yes. The 2008 Super Bowl is the 42nd Super Bowl played and all 42 will have been played on a Sunday.