In der folgenden Übersicht finden sich die siegreichen Teams in den Super Bowls der letzten Jahre aus der National Football League (NFL), darunter die Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots ( gegen die Carolina Panthers). An das Spielergebnis des Super Bowls von können sich wohl die wenigsten erinnern – wohl aber an den sogenannten „Nipplegate“. Sein bisher letzter Auftritt ging als Skandal in die Super-Bowl-Geschichte ein. iapgm.com wirft einen Blick zurück.
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Die Panthers blockten zu Beginn des zweiten Viertels einen weiteren Fieldgoalversuch von Adam Vinatieri und verhinderten so in Rückstand zu geraten.
The Eagles did force New England to punt, and got the ball back at their own yard line, but with left in the game.
The Eagles then drove 79 yards in 13 plays, scoring on McNabb's yard touchdown pass to receiver Greg Lewis that cut their deficit to 24— However, the drive consumed of the clock, and only remained in the game by the time Lewis scored.
Because of this, many sportswriters later criticized the Eagles for not immediately going to a no-huddle offense at the start of the possession.
Anecdotal reports later came out alleging that McNabb was suffering from dry-heaves, and teammates Jon Ritchie  and Lito Sheppard  have gone on record years later that McNabb was suffering from dry-heaves or vomiting, though no video evidence exists and the stories have not been confirmed.
Hank Fraley said in an interview the day after the game that McNabb was "almost puking" due to two large hits from Tedy Bruschi and Jarvis Green on back-to-back plays.
The Eagles failed to recover their ensuing onside kick attempt, with Christian Fauria catching the ball cleanly and sliding down to seal possession for New England.
The Patriots then played it safe by running the ball 3 times and forcing Philadelphia to use all of its timeouts. New England punter Josh Miller then pinned the Eagles back at their own 4-yard line with just 46 seconds left in the game.
Philadelphia then tried one last desperate drive to win or tie the game. But on first down, McNabb was pressured into making a rushed pass to Westbrook at the line of scrimmage.
Instead of dropping the pass to stop the clock, Westbrook made the mistake of catching the ball and was immediately tackled for no gain, keeping the clock running and forcing the Eagles to run back to the line of scrimmage for their next play with no huddle.
On second down, McNabb threw an incomplete pass intended for Owens. Finally on third down, McNabb threw a pass that deflected off of the outstretched fingertips of Smith and into the arms of Harrison for an interception with nine seconds left.
Tom Brady took a knee to run out the clock, clinching the 3rd Super Bowl title in 4 years for the Patriots, and in the eyes of many establishing themselves as a dynasty.
McNabb completed 30 out of 51 passes for yards and 3 touchdowns, but threw 3 interceptions and was sacked four times.
Pinkston caught 4 passes for 82 yards, while Owens was the Eagles' top receiver with 9 catches for yards, however neither of them scored a touchdown.
Brady completed 23 out of 33 passes for yards and 2 touchdowns. Dillon was the top rusher of the game with 75 yards and a touchdown, and had 3 catches for 31 yards.
Running back Kevin Faulk contributed 38 rushing yards and 27 receiving yards. Coincidentally, all three would later be traded to the Seattle Seahawks: Ross in , Rice in and Branch in Branch also became the third offensive player ever to win Super Bowl MVP honors without scoring a touchdown or throwing a touchdown pass.
Branch and Terrell Owens each had yards receiving, marking the third time in Super Bowl history, one player from each team had over yards in a Super Bowl.
Branch also became the fourth player to have at least yards receiving in back-to-back Super Bowls, joining John Stallworth , Jerry Rice and Antonio Freeman.
Also, Mike Vrabel and David Givens became just the 14th and 15th players to score a touchdown in consecutive Super Bowls. Vrabel is the most surprising person on this list because he is a linebacker and he scored his on offense.
They also became just the 7th and 8th players to catch a touchdown in back-to-back Super Bowls. Brady also became the fourth quarterback to throw a touchdown pass in three different Super Bowls.
This marked the first time since — in the San Francisco Bay Area that the same market has had 2 Super Bowl and World Series winners in 12 months. Sources: NFL.
One ad that drew the ire of many—including the NFL—was for the internet domain provider Go Daddy , which tweaked the controversial halftime of the previous year's game with a mock censorship hearing featuring a comely woman, Nikki Cappelli played by WWE Wrestler Candice Michelle , having a "wardrobe malfunction".
Fox pulled the second airing of the ad, scheduled for the two-minute warning of the fourth quarter, along with a five-second plug, and it was replaced with a promo for The Simpsons.
The Scottsdale, Arizona -based World Wide Web domain registration company got a refund on the second ad. Another popular ad was made by the NFL.
It featured players who were not in the Super Bowl, headlined by Pittsburgh Steelers rookie quarterback Ben Roethlisberger being at a beach resort, depressed he did not make it in.
Joe Montana comforted Roethlisberger, and soon both Montana and Roethlisberger joined many other players in different locations in an off-key yet rousing edition of "Tomorrow" from the musical Annie.
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We have tools and resources that can help you use sports data. Find out more. We present them here for purely educational purposes. It also marked the first time in 4 tries that the Patriots played a Super Bowl that was not in New Orleans.
Beginning with this game, all Super Bowl games have been played on the first Sunday in February every year.
This is based on the 22 weeks necessary from opening week through Super Bowl Sunday, which includes scheduling no games until after Labor Day, granting a bye week to each team during the game season, and granting a bye week to the teams qualifying for the Super Bowl after each wins their respective conference championship game.
Consequently, the Super Bowl is currently scheduled no earlier than February 1 and no later than February 7. This game set the record for most Roman numerals in a Super Bowl title seven.
The Panthers made their first trip to the Super Bowl after posting a one-win regular season just two years earlier.
The franchise was only in their ninth year of existence, joining the league as an expansion team in But from onward, they had just one non-losing season an 8—8 finish in until they finally suffered through a franchise worst 1—15 record in , winning only the first game of the regular season against the Minnesota Vikings.
With John Fox at the helm and the team taking advantage of the free agent market and the salary cap rules, the Panthers improved in , finishing with a 7—9 record.
Then in , they recorded an 11—5 record and won the NFC South. One of the free agents that Carolina signed before the season was quarterback Jake Delhomme.
Although he only played 6 games in his 5 seasons with New Orleans, the Panthers signed Delhomme in to be the backup to starting quarterback Rodney Peete.
However, after the Panthers fell to a 17—0 third quarter deficit in their first game of the season against the Jacksonville Jaguars , gaining only one first down and 36 offensive yards, Fox immediately replaced Peete with Delhomme.
Delhomme ended up leading Carolina to a 24—23 comeback victory over the Jaguars. Delhomme became the team's starting quarterback for the rest of the season, throwing for 3, yards and 19 touchdowns, with 16 interceptions.
The team's main receiving threat was multi-talented third-year wide receiver Steve Smith , who also specialized as a kickoff and punt returner.
Smith caught 88 passes for 1, yards and 7 touchdowns, rushed for 42 yards, gained yards and another touchdown returning punts, and recorded kickoff return yards.
Wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad was also a constant breakaway threat, recording 54 receptions for yards and 3 touchdowns. However, the Panthers' strength on offense was their running game, led by running backs Stephen Davis and DeShaun Foster.
Davis was the team's leading rusher with a franchise record 1, yards and 8 touchdowns, while Foster rushed for yards and caught 26 passes for yards.
Carolina also had running back Rod Smart on their roster, who became widely known for his XFL debut jersey name "He Hate Me" during that league's only season in During , Smart was primarily used as the Panthers' other kickoff returner, recording yards and one touchdown.
On defense, Carolina's main strength was their defensive line, anchored by defensive ends Julius Peppers 7 sacks and 3 forced fumbles and Mike Rucker 12 sacks and 1 interception , and Pro Bowl defensive tackle Kris Jenkins 5 sacks and 1 fumble recovery.
The secondary was led by defensive backs Reggie Howard 2 interceptions , Mike Minter 3 interceptions for return yards and 2 touchdowns , Deon Grant 3 interceptions , and Ricky Manning Jr.
Despite their victory in Super Bowl XXXVI after the season , the Patriots stumbled early in the season , recorded a 9—7 regular season record, and failed to make the playoffs.
Then, New England seemed to implode before the season ever started. Five days before their opening game against the Buffalo Bills , Pro Bowl safety Lawyer Milloy , one of the Patriots' defensive leaders, was unexpectedly cut by the team after refusing to restructure his contract.
The move devastated many of the New England players, while Milloy immediately signed with the Bills two days later. With the Patriots seemingly in emotional disarray, Buffalo defeated New England, 31—0, with Milloy forcing an interception and recording one sack and five tackles.
However, after a 2—2 start, the Patriots ended up winning their last 12 games including a mirror 31—0 shutout of the Bills in the final week to earn a league-best 14—2 record.
Brady had a solid season in , completing out of His primary weapon was second year wide receiver Deion Branch , who caught 57 passes for yards.
Another key contributor was wide receiver David Givens , who filled in for the injured starter David Patten. Givens recorded 34 receptions for yards and 6 touchdowns.
Other weapons in the passing game included veteran wide receiver Troy Brown , who had 40 receptions, yards, 4 touchdowns, and yards returning punts, and tight end Daniel Graham who recorded 28 catches, yards, and 4 touchdowns.
In the backfield, the team's rushing game was led by running backs Antowain Smith and Kevin Faulk , who carried the ball equally.
Smith was the team's leading rusher with yards and 3 touchdowns, while Faulk rushed for yards and caught 48 passes for yards.
New England's defense was retooled before the season when the team signed veteran safety Rodney Harrison as a free agent and traded for defensive lineman Ted Washington.
With these additions, the Patriots led the league in fewest passing yards allowed per attempt 5. They also ranked 4th in fewest rushing yards allowed 1, and 7th in fewest total yards 4, Washington helped anchor New England's defensive line, recording 32 tackles and 2 sacks.
Pro Bowl defensive tackle Richard Seymour also contributed with 8 sacks. Harrison became the veteran leader in the secondary, recording 92 tackles, 3 interceptions, and 3 sacks.
Meanwhile, Pro Bowl cornerback Ty Law recorded 6 interceptions, cornerback and ex-Panthers player Tyrone Poole had 6 interceptions for return yards and 1 touchdown, and rookie safety Eugene Wilson recorded 4 interceptions.
Overall, the secondary combined for 19 interceptions. After picking apart the Carolina Panthers' secondary on two dramatic scoring drives in the last seven minutes to lead the Patriots to a victory, Brady was awarded his second Super Bowl MVP trophy, joining Hall of Fame quarterbacks Montana three , Bart Starr and Terry Bradshaw two apiece as the only players to be so honored on multiple occasions.
He is the youngest quarterback to have won two Super Bowls, and with his movie-star looks, actress girlfriend, tight-knit family and adoring teammates, Brady's life could not be much sweeter.
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Like Janet Jackson's one-headlight salute—and an equally immodest streaker's fiasco preceding the second-half kickoff—this back-and-forth battle between a pair of flawed but gutty teams was a revelation.
Though Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme provided some stirring moments and New England kicker Adam Vinatieri, as he had two years ago against the St.
Louis Rams, nailed the championship-winning field goal in the final seconds, it was Brady of passing for yards and three touchdowns whose star shone brightest in Space City.
As calm as he was in the game's tensest moments, Brady was drained and out-of-sorts upon its completion.
To say that he was awestruck is not an understatement. I mean, you dream about playing football, and you have your fantasies, but you don't dream about winning Super Bowls like this.
The way it ended is just incredible. The use of the second person in interviews was one of Montana's habits, a way of deflecting the attention that his greatness attracted.
For Brady, too, the praise will keep coming.