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SUPER BOWL XXXV: BALTIMORE RAVENS 34, NEW YORK GIANTS
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History

January 29, 2001

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NFC WINNER

1967 (I)

Green Bay (NFL) 35

Kansas City (AFL) 10

Green Bay broke game open with three second-half touchdowns. Packer quarterback Bart Starr completed 16 of 23 passes for 250 yards and was named MVP.

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NFC WINNER

1968 (II)

Green Bay (NFL) 33

Oakland (AFL) 14

Starr completed 13 of 24 passes for 202 yards with one TD in Vince Lombardi's last game as coach of Green Bay.

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AFC WINNER

1969 (III)

N.Y. Jets (AFL) 16

Baltimore (NFL) 7

Jet quarterback Joe Namath "guaranteed" victory, then went out and led the AFL to its first Super Bowl victory. Namath completed 17 of 28 passes for 206 yards.

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AFC WINNER

1970 (IV)

Kansas City (AFC) 23

Minnesota (NFC) 7

The Chiefs built a 16-0 halftime lead behind quarterback Len Dawson and a powerful defense, which held the Vikings to 67 yards rushing. *

AFC WINNER

1971 (V)

Baltimore (AFC) 16

Dallas (NFC) 13

A 32-yard field goal with five seconds remaining by rookie Jim O'Brien gave the Colts the victory. Dallas led at the half, 13-6.

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NFC WINNER

1972 (VI)

Dallas (NFC) 24

Miami (AFC) 3

The Cowboys rushed for a record 252 yards and their defense kept the Dolphins from scoring a TD, the first time in Super Bowl history that happened.

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AFC WINNER

1973 (VII)

Miami (AFC) 14

Washinton (NFC) 7

The Dolphins held the Redskins scoreless until there was 2:07 left in the game, when Washington scored on a misplayed field-goal attempt and fumble by kicker Garo Yepremian.

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AFC WINNER

1974 (VIII)

Miami (AFC) 24

Minnesota (NFC) 7

Dolphin running back Larry Csonka rushed for a Super Bowl-record 145 yards. Miami scored on its first two possessions and never looked back.

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1975 (IX)

Pittsburgh (AFC) 16

Minnesota (NFC) 6

Pittsburgh's defense permitted Minnesota only 119 yards of total offense, including a Super Bowl record-low 17 rushing yards.

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AFC WINNER

1976 (X)

Pittsburgh (AFC) 21

Dallas (NFC) 17

Pittsburgh won with a 64-yard TD pass play from Terry Bradshaw to Lynn Swann and a defense that ended a late Dallas rally with an end-zone interception.

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AFC WINNER

1977 (XI)

Oakland (AFC) 32

Minnesota (NFC) 14

The Raiders jumped out to a 19-0 lead and gained a record 429 yards, including 137 rushing yards from running back Clarence Davis.

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NFC WINNER

1978 (XII)

Dallas (NFC) 27

Denver (AFC) 10

Dallas converted two interceptions into 10 points while taking a 13-0 lead. The Cowboys clinched the win when running back Robert Newhouse threw a 29-yard TD pass to Golden Richards. *

AFC WINNER

1979 (XIII)

Pittsburgh (AFC) 35

Dallas (NFC) 31

Terry Bradshaw threw a Super Bowl-record four touchdown passes and completed 17 of 30 passes for 318 yards, a career high

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AFC WINNER

1980 (XIV)

Pittsburgh (AFC) 31

L.A. Rams (NFC) 19

Bradshaw completed 14 of 21 passes for 309 yards. The Rams led after three quarters, 19-17, but a 73-yard TD pass play from Bradshaw to John Stallworth gave the Steelers the lead.

AFC WINNER

1981 (XV)

Oakland (AFC) 27

Philadelphia (NFC) 10

Jim Plunkett threw three TD passes, including an 80-yard pass play to Kenny King, as the Raiders became the first wild-card team to win the Super Bowl

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NFC WINNER

1982 (XVI)

San Francisco (NFC) 26

Cincinnati (AFC) 21

Joe Montana completed 14 of 22 passes for 157 yards. Cincinnati outgained the 49ers, 356 yards to 257, the first time in Super Bowl history the losing team did that.

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NFC WINNER

1983 (XVII)

Washington (NFC) 27

Miami (AFC) 17

Fullback John Riggins rushed for a Super Bowl-record 166 yards. Redskin quarterback Joe Theismann completed 15 of 23 passes for 143 yards, with two TDs.

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AFC WINNER

1984 (XVIII)

L.A. Raiders (AFC) 38

Washington (NFC) 9

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With seven seconds left in the first half, Raider Jack Squirek intercepted a Theismann pass and returned it for a TD. In the third quarter, Marcus Allen rushed for a 74-yard TD.

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NFC WINNER

1985 (XIX)

San Francisco (NFC) 38

Miami (AFC) 16

49er running back Roger Craig set a Super Bowl record by scoring three TDs. Montana completed 24 of 35 passes for 331 yards and three TDs.

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1986 (XX)

Chicago (NFC) 46

New England (AFC) 10

The Bear defense dominated the Patriots. In the first half, the Bears gained 236 total yards and held the Patriots to -19.

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NFC WINNER

1987 (XXI)

N.Y. Giants (NFC) 39

Denver (AFC) 20

Giant quarterback Phil Simms set Super Bowl records for most consecutive completions (10) and completion percentage (88%) on 22 completions in 25 attempts.

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NFC WINNER

1988 (XXII)

Washington (NFC) 42

Denver (AFC) 10

The Redskins set a Super Bowl record with 35 points in the second quarter. Doug Williams completed 18 of 29 passes for 340 yards.

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NFC WINNER

1989 (XXIII)

San Francisco (NFC) 20

Cincinnati (AFC) 16

Trailing, 16-13, the 49ers drove 92 yards with the decisive score coming on a 10-yard pass from Montana to John Taylor with 34 seconds remaining.

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NFC WINNER

1990 (XXIV)

San Francisco (NFC) 55

Denver (AFC) 10

The 49ers scored on four of their first six possessions to take a 27-3 halftime lead. Montana completed 22 of 29 passes for 297 yards and a game-record five TDs.

NFC WINNER

1991 (XXV)

N.Y. Giants (NFC) 20

Buffalo (AFC) 19

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