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Brady12
01-29-2006, 01:41 PM
I made this topic, so everyone can post facts about past Super Bowls, that COMPARE to this one, like... Pittsburgh's last Super Bowl apperance 1996, they lost... Or something.. Here's a couple...

The last Quarterback to be drafted 1st round, and win the Super Bowl with his original team, and STARTING the game... was Troy Aikman, he was drafted in 1989 by the Cowboys, and won it in 93, 94, and 96 as starter. Ben Roethlisberger could achieve this feat on the 5th.

Ben Roethlisberger can become the YOUNGEST player in history to win the Super Bowl. Dan Marino is the youngest to play, but he did not win. Ben would steal the title from Tom Brady who was 24 when he won it. Ben is 23.

And of course, the 5th is the 36th day of the year.. Jerome Bettis has never won a Super Bowl.

SteelCityMan786
01-29-2006, 01:43 PM
I am thinking Ben Will Get IT DONE!

tony hipchest
01-29-2006, 02:00 PM
pittsburgh is looking to tie the nfl franchise record for most lombardis. san fran and dallas have 5, pittsburgh 4

pittsburgh is 2nd all time in sb appearances (6), dallas (8)

pittsburgh leads the afc in sb's won (4) and appeared in (6) to go along with the conferences only 15-1 record.

pittsburgh is undefeated in its white jersey in the sb

larry brown is the biggest has been sb mvp ever (XXX)

seattle has never been to a sb

no team has ever won 3 sb in a row. miami has been to 3 in a row (2-1) and buffalo 4 (0-4)

steelers are the only team to repeat sb victories twice

chuck noll leads all coaches with 4 sb victories

green bay, rams, and tampa bay are the only nfc teams to win after steelers last appearance in the sb

Brady12
01-29-2006, 02:43 PM
pittsburgh is looking to tie the nfl franchise record for most lombardis. san fran and dallas have 5, pittsburgh 4

pittsburgh is 2nd all time in sb appearances (6), dallas (8)

pittsburgh leads the afc in sb's won (4) and appeared in (6) to go along with the conferences only 15-1 record.

pittsburgh is undefeated in its white jersey in the sb

larry brown is the biggest has been sb mvp ever (XXX)

seattle has never been to a sb

no team has ever won 3 sb in a row. miami has been to 3 in a row (2-1) and buffalo 4 (0-4)

steelers are the only team to repeat sb victories twice

chuck noll leads all coaches with 4 sb victories

green bay, rams, and tampa bay are the only nfc teams to win after steelers last appearance in the sb

Thank you tony. :smile:

3 to be 4
01-30-2006, 07:16 PM
Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana are tied with 4 SB wins for QB's

Since 1984, the only AFC teams to win the Super Bowl are Denver, Baltimore, and
New England

the NFC is 6-0 in Super Bowls televised by ABC (SB 19,49ers over Dolphins,SB 22, Wash over Denver,SB 25, Giants over Bills,SB 29 49ers over SD,SB 34, Rams over Titans, SB
37, Tampa over Oak)

There has been 42 hours and 30 minutes of pregme coverage since 1982 devoted to human interest features appealing to women regarding players who overcame horrible childhoods to play in the NFL, reach the Super Bowl, and cry on camera.

Since 1995 Mike Ditka has interupted his own sentences to beging new ones at total of 852 times on various pregame shows.

tony hipchest
01-30-2006, 08:18 PM
qb's who wear #8 are 5-0 in the sb. hasselbeck wears #8.

say he should party all night every day. hes got #8 and the sb is on abc this year right?

bad news, its smooth sailing for the seahawks!

go lucky #7

Brady12
01-30-2006, 08:25 PM
Hopefully both teams are literate, since they get to play on ABC.

ZornToLargent
01-30-2006, 08:29 PM
Seattle is looking to go 1/1 in Super Bowl appreances and wins....unlike the Bills who have been there 4 times and never won it.

Mike Holmgren is the 5th coach in history to go to the Super Bowl with two different teams.

Mike Holmgren could be the first in the NFL to win the Super Bowl with two different teams.

Jerry Rice is probably the best Super Bowl performer of recent times.

Livinginthe past
01-31-2006, 01:06 AM
Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana are tied with 4 SB wins for QB's

Since 1984, the only AFC teams to win the Super Bowl are Denver, Baltimore, and
New England

the NFC is 6-0 in Super Bowls televised by ABC (SB 19,49ers over Dolphins,SB 22, Wash over Denver,SB 25, Giants over Bills,SB 29 49ers over SD,SB 34, Rams over Titans, SB
37, Tampa over Oak)

There has been 42 hours and 30 minutes of pregme coverage since 1982 devoted to human interest features appealing to women regarding players who overcame horrible childhoods to play in the NFL, reach the Super Bowl, and cry on camera.

Since 1995 Mike Ditka has interupted his own sentences to beging new ones at total of 852 times on various pregame shows.

I apologise in advance, I cannot see Ditka's name or hear it mentioned without thinking of his truly magnificent 'rap' video.

Here is the link for those not fortunate enough to have seen it before.

Magnificent.

http://www.orange32.com/grabowski/

NM

tony hipchest
01-31-2006, 04:58 PM
no sb has featured both head coaches with a mustache

SteelersNationsfl
01-31-2006, 05:11 PM
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Minnesota, Buffalo and Denver have lost the most Super Bowls at 4 times. Buffalo lost 4 times in a row.
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The longest run in a Super Bowl was 74 yards by Marcus Allen during Super Bowl XVIII.
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Mike Ditka and Tom Flores are the only two men to win a Super Bowl both as a player and a coach.
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In 1981, Oakland linebacker Rod Martin set a record with three interceptions.
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In 2000, St. Louis quarterback Kurt Warner set a record with 414 yards passing.
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In 1989, San Francisco wide receiver Jerry Rice gained 215 yards on 11 catches.

SteelersNationsfl
01-31-2006, 05:16 PM
* Eight percent of those watching will be tuning in just to see the ads.
CNN.com

* Super Bowl XXXIV ads cost an average of $73,333 per second
CNN.com

* In 2000, The World Wrestling Federation and 7-Up each had ads rejected by the ABC standards office, but came up with alternatives. The WWF, which won't specify what ABC found objectionable, says its new ad shows "the unabashed excitement of WWF fans in unexpected places." Soft drink 7-Up's original ad got thrown out because it contained an off-color phrase. Its new one may not be much better. It exhorts consumers to "show us your cans."
CNN.com

* ABC will have 300 people working over 47 Cameras and other broadcating equipment on Sunday night
USAToday.com

* This is the second Super Bowl held in the Georgia Dome. Atlanta previously hosted Super Bowl XXVII on Sunday, Jan. 30, 1994.
NFL.com

* Last year's (1999) game was the sixth most watched program in television history, with 127.5 million viewers in the United States. The game was broadcast to 180 countries and territories and viewed by a worldwide audience estimated at 800 million. Fifteen international broadcasters in 24 different languages called the game live from Pro Player Stadium.
NFL.com

* The ads during Super Bowl 1, broadcast by two networks, cost 1/40 the price of ads during Super Bowl XXXIV
USAToday - Sports: 1/27/00

* Super Bowl ticket prices over the years:

Super Bowl I (1967) $6-$12
Super Bowl XV (1981) $40
Super Bowl XXII (1988) $100
Super Bowl XXX (1996) $200-$350
Super Bowl XXXIII (1999) $325
USAToday - Sports: 1/27/00

* ABC is making dot-com advertisers pay in advance for time in the advertising showcase
USAToday.com

3 to be 4
01-31-2006, 08:09 PM
"The Bus" will be mentioned 37,325 times before sunday. oops, that made it 37,326