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Saturday, February 6, 2021

Ranking all Super Bowls, 1-54: where Buccaneers and Chiefs stands

2021 Super Bowl 55: Ranking all 1-54 Super Bowls:  where Buccaneers and Chiefs crossed each other as well other big games.

 Since 2001 for the third time, we have gone two years without the New England Patriots appearing in a Super Bowl.

Luckily, the game pits Brady, king of the NFL monarchy, against a possible contender to claim the crown in Patrick Mahomes. The mix can lead to a lot of excitement, based just on Brady's experience in the final game and how the Chiefs-49s played last year.

All-Time Super Bowl Ranking I-LIV, SB 1-54,  Buccaneers and Chiefs, SBLV, 2021.

All-Time Super Bowl Ranking I-LIV, SB 1-54,  1967-2020, historic results, scores.

54. Super Bowl XXIX 

San Francisco 49ers 49, San Diego Chargers 26

Steve Young threw six touchdown passes and the Niners nearly hung a 50 burger in a Super Bowl, demolished the Chargers in a game.

53. Super Bowl XLVIII

Seattle Seahawks 43, Denver Broncos 8

From the early biggning Seahawks defense absolutely dominated Peyton Manning and the favored Broncos' historic offense.

52. Super Bowl XXIV

San Francisco 49ers 55, Denver Broncos 10

At the end of halftime (27-3) as dominant Niners squad that was loaded on both sides of the ball just beat up on an overmatched Broncos team. The Broncos were actually the top defensive team in football there.

51. Super Bowl XXXV

Baltimore Ravens 34, New York Giants 7

The Giants had the tables turned on them after demolishing the Vikings 41-0 in the NFC Championship game, getting completely snuffed out by the Ravens in the title game.

50. Super Bowl XXXVII

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48, Oakland Raiders 21

The Jon Gruden Bowl sent the Raiders spiraling following a devastating blowout. The Bucs' defense suffocated the powerful Raiders offense. They were incredible.

49. Super Bowl XXII

Washington Redskins 42, Denver Broncos 10

Doug Williams became the first African-American quarterback to start, and after trailing 10-0 in the first quarter, the Redskins responded with an absurd 42 unanswered points, 35 in the second quarter.

48. Super Bowl XXVII

Dallas Cowboys 52, Buffalo Bills 17

This Bowl featured Jim Kelly getting hurt (Frank Reich replaced him) and Troy Aikman going 22 for 30 for 273 yards and four touchdown passes to kick start the Cowboys.

47. Super Bowl IV

Kansas City Chiefs 23, Minnesota Vikings 7

Hank Stram's Chiefs handled the Vikings, snuffing out the rushing attack in a game with pretty sloppy weather. Len Dawson is amazing.

46. Super Bowl VIII

Miami Dolphins 24, Minnesota Vikings 7

Bob Griese completed over six of his seven attempts. The Dolphins fed Larry Csonka the ball 33 times for 145 yards and led 24-0 going into the fourth quarter.

45. Super Bowl XII

Dallas Cowboys 27, Denver Broncos 10

The Broncos were never closer than 10 points in this game and Craig Morton's 4-for-15, 39-yard, four-interception performance kind of summed up Denver's effort.

44. Super Bowl I

Green Bay Packers 35, Kansas City Chiefs 10

Bart Starr completed 16 of 23 passes for 250 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and the addition of Zeke Bratkowski/Jim Taylor rushed for another three scores in a game. But it featured a man named Zeke Bratkowski.

43. Super Bowl XXVI

Washington Redskins 37, Buffalo Bills 24

The Bills closed this game to a two-score affair, but the Redskins were blasting them 24-0 in the third quarter and 37-10 in the fourth.

42. Super Bowl XV

Oakland Raiders 27, Philadelphia Eagles 10

The Raiders led 14-3 at half and a trio of Ron Jaworski interceptions was too much for Philadelphia to overcome, especially with Jim Plunkett tossing three touchdowns in a game.

41. Super Bowl XXXII

Denver Broncos 34, Atlanta Falcons 19

Chris Chandler wasn't able to stop John Elway from winning his final game as a pro?. The world was robbed of seeing the Vikings and Broncos square off.

40. Super Bowl XXI

New York Giants 39, Denver Broncos 20

John Elway and the Broncos would take a 10-7 lead into the second quarter, but the Giants ripped off 26 unanswered points behind our excellent colleague Phil Simms, who lit up the Broncos for 268 yards and three touchdowns..

39. Super Bowl XVIII

Los Angeles Raiders 38, Washington Redskins 9

Two defensive touchdowns in the first half & due to Marcus Allen touchdown runs in the second half snuffed out the 16-win Redskins and Joe Theismann. Hey, Los Angeles can win a Super Bowl!..

38. Super Bowl VI

Dallas Cowboys 24, Miami Dolphins 3

Tom Landry's Cowboys blistered Miami in this one, Miami managed one 2nd-quarter field goal, while Dallas wild rumbled for 252 rushing yards.

37. Super Bowl XIX

San Francisco 49ers 38, Miami Dolphins 16

Dan Marino threw for more than 5,000 yards in 1984, He was supposed to end up with so many more chances to win the Super Bowl and he never returned.

36. Super Bowl XI

Oakland Raiders 32, Minnesota Vikings 14

A total of 17 Hall of Fame players or coaches were involved in this showdown, but John Madden's Raiders easily waltzed away from Bud Grant's Vikings.

35. Super Bowl IX

Pittsburgh Steelers 16, Minnesota Vikings 6

With a halftime score of 2-0! Terry Bradshaw and Fran Tarkenton combined for 198 yards on 40 attempts, but the Steelers still won the franchise's first Super Bowl.

34. Super Bowl II

Green Bay Packers 33, Oakland Raiders 14

Vince Lombardi left as the Packers' coach a winner, walking away with a victory over the Raiders in this Super Bowl.. A Marvellous Packers victory.

33. Super Bowl XX

Chicago Bears 46, New England Patriots 10

The Pats scored first field goal, and then didn't put up any more points until it was 44-3 in the fourth quarter. This happens when you run into arguably the greatest defense of all time...

32. Super Bowl V

Baltimore Colts 16, Dallas Cowboys 13

Famous as the "Blunder Bowl," this matchup featured 11 turnovers and a player on the losing team (Cowboys linebacker Chuck Howley) winning the Super Bowl MVP.

31. Super Bowl XXVIII

Dallas Cowboys 30, Buffalo Bills 13

The Buffalo, in their fourth straight appearance in a Super Bowl, marked seven points at halftime, so Thurman Thomas immediately fumbled the ball in the third quarter, with James Washington scored..

30. Super Bowl LIII

New England Patriots 13, Los Angeles Rams 3

The Rams were had one of the most dominant offenses in NFL history and they were used to usher in a new era of offense with Sean McVay at the wheels and Jared Goff everywhere. The Rams couldn't do anything. Bill Belichick outschemed McVay, and the Pats' offense refused to get going either, which led to a 3-0 score heading into the fourth quarter. New England would tack on 10 more points in the fourth quarter,

29. Super Bowl 50

Denver Broncos 24, Carolina Panthers 10

The legacy game for Cam Newton that never happened &amp thanks to the Broncos defense destroying him. Von Miller and company, who let Peyton Manning ride off into the sunset with a second Super Bowl ring..

28. Super Bowl XLI

Indianapolis Colts 29, Chicago Bears 17

Devin Hester kickoff return to open the game and this turns into a real ugly blowout. Its like a horrible dream when you put Peyton Manning against Rex Grossman.

27. Super Bowl VII

Miami Dolphins 14, Washington Redskins 7

Don Shula and Miami wrapped up the only undefeated season in NFL history.. the Redskins didn't find the end zone until the fourth quarter on a fumble return after a botched field goal. Larry Csonka carried the ball 15 times for 112 yards.

26. Super Bowl XL

Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Seattle Seahawks 10

Marred by horrific officiating that still draws the ire of Seahawks fans to this day. This was the Steelers' Bill Cowher became a Super Bowl champ by winning the Steelers "one for the thumb" Steelers win as a franchise and featured NFL on CBS analyst Bill Cowher.

25. Super Bowl XVII

Washington Redskins 27, Miami Dolphins 17

The Redskins dominating down the stretch, coming back from down 17-10 to shut out the Dolphins in the second half, is an impressive feat.

24. Super Bowl XVI

San Francisco 49ers 26, Cincinnati Bengals 21

Joe Montana is undefeated in Super Bowls but he went just 14 of 22 for 157 yards and a score here. But you couple this win with The Catch and there's a lot of lore to build on.

23. Super Bowl X

Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Dallas Cowboys 17

The Steel Curtain locked down Roger Staubach in the second half, only allowing seven points to the Cowboys after the break, and Terry Bradshaw/Lynn Swann teamed up for some gorgeous deep balls to mount an epic comeback.

22. Super Bowl XXXI

Green Bay Packers 35, New England Patriots 21

The Patriots and Drew Bledsoe had closed the game to 27-21 in the third quarter when Desmond Howard ripped off an electric 99-yard touchdown on the kickoff return that snuffed out the comeback. This Packers team was stacked (Brett Favre, 3 total touchdowns, and Reggie White, 3 sacks) produced.

21. Super Bowl XXXIX

New England Patriots 24, Philadelphia Eagles 21

Eagles coming when Donovan McNabb puked his guts up in the huddle and Terrell Owens playing like a man possessed despite coming off a broken leg...

20. Super Bowl XXX

Dallas Cowboys 27, Pittsburgh Steelers 17

An epic comeback by the Steelers, featuring an onside kick and a Bam Morris touchdown run, fell short thanks to the second interception of the game for Super Bowl MVP Larry Brown, who almost returned both picks to the house..

19. Super Bowl LIV

Kansas City Chiefs 31, San Francisco 49ers 21

A thrilling game at the end -- featuring a 21-point fourth-quarter comeback from Patrick Mahomes -- A 38-yard scamper from Damien Williams to seal things. Jimmy Garoppolo had a shot at taking the lead late, but he overthrew Emmanuel Sanders.

18. Super Bowl XLVI

New York Giants 21, New England Patriots 17

Eli Manning and the Giants front four pulling off the upset once again. The only difference this time was Mario Manningham making the miraculous catch instead of David Tyree..

17. Super Bowl XLV

Green Bay Packers 31, Pittsburgh Steelers 25

-- Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger -- absolute shootout between them. Rodgers shook the absurd "playoff tries" narrative with the Packers' run as a wild card and hit Greg Jennings on an all-time throw to convert a third down late to help salt the game away.

16. Super Bowl XLIV

New Orleans Saints 31, Indianapolis Colts 17

Tracy Porter's late pick-six of Peyton Manning ran up the score. Sean Payton onside kicking to start the second half is one of the biggest onion hangs in Super Bowl history.

15. Super Bowl XLVII

Baltimore Ravens 34, San Francisco 49ers 31

Thrilling game featuring a power outage, two brothers coaching against one another (the Harbaughs) and a compelling comeback by the 49ers that fell just short when Colin Kaepernick couldn't hit Michael Crabtree on a late fourth down.

14. Super Bowl XXXII

Denver Broncos 31, Green Bay Packers 24

An epic showdown between two HoF QB's in John Elway and Brett Favre. The Broncos finally shook off a Super Bowl losing streak thanks to Elway for a first down late and setting up a Terrell Davis touchdown.

13. Super Bowl XIV

Pittsburgh Steelers 31, Los Angeles Rams 19

Terry Bradshaw won the Super Bowl MVP award despite throwing three interceptions, because of his clutch fourth-quarter play. A 73-yard strike from Bradshaw to give the Steelers their fourth Super Bowl victory in six years.

12. Super Bowl XXXVI

New England Patriots 20, St. Louis Rams 17

The title kicked off the Patriots dynasty. The Patriots defense suffocated the Greatest Show on Turf, and the Rams still probably feel like Spygate robbed them of a title. Tom Brady and Bill Belichick started building their legacy here..

11. Super Bowl XXXVIII

New England Patriots 32, Carolina Panthers 29

This was a brutal game, who watched Jake Delhomme create some playground magic and Steve Smith absolutely dominate, only to have John Kasay send a late kickoff out of bounds to set up a Tom Brady drive and an Adam Vinatieri field goal.

10. Super Bowl XLIII

Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Arizona Cardinals 23

Tons of epic plays, from James Harrison's wild interception touchdown return in the first half to the epic Ben Roethlisberger touchdown throw to Santonio Holmes in the end zone for the win..

9. Super Bowl III

New York Jets 16, Baltimore Colts 7

Joe Namath guaranteeing a victory and the ability of this Jets win to spark the NFL-AFL merger thanks to the AFL's first victory in the matchup. The Jets only managed a single touchdown in this game..

8. Super Bowl XXXIV

St. Louis Rams 23, Tennessee Titans 16

The starting of the Greatest Show on Turf culminated in Kurt Warner winning a Super Bowl MVP by throwing for more than 400 yards.. The world was one yard short from Jeff Fisher possibly winning a Super Bowl.

7. Super Bowl XXIII

San Francisco 49ers 20, Cincinnati Bengals 16

Friend of the program Jim Breech banged home a trio of field goals (34, 43 and 40 yards) but it wasn't enough for the Bengals to keep pace with the 49ers and Jerry Rice, who finished with 215 yards on 11 catches. Mercy...

6. Super Bowl XXV

New York Giants 20, Buffalo Bills 19

An Morvellous game between two great teams, but this game ultimately coming down to Scott Norwood's foot -- the Bills kicker attempted the longest grass kick of his career (47 yards)..

5. Super Bowl XIII

Pittsburgh Steelers 35, Dallas Cowboys 31

Two really talented offensive teams lobbed up a ton of points with two great quarterbacks. Roger Staubach and Terry Bradshaw combined for seven touchdowns in this one.

4. Super Bowl LI

New England Patriots 34, Atlanta Falcons 28

Patriots' Epic comeback from 28-3 make it the greatest greatest Super Bowl ever in NFL history, Patriots get curb-stomped by the Falcons in the first half, Brady was an assassin in the second half of this game and the Patriots did lots of Patriots things. The drama mostly surfaced from there being about 10 game minutes, including overtime (the first Super Bowl overtime ever by the way)...

3. Super Bowl LII

Philadelphia Eagles 41, New England Patriots 33

There was a David vs. Goliath factor in this game, though the Eagles were a No. 1 seed out of the NFC. Tom Brady threw for 505 yards, three touchdowns, no interceptions ... and the Patriots lost. A wild trick play that resulted in Foles catching a touchdown on a fourth down near the goal line. There was an attempt to throw Brady a pass that backfired. Brady had a Hail Mary look to try and tie the game up.

2. Super Bowl XLII

New York Giants 17, New England Patriots 14

The undefeated Patriots strolled into this game as massive favorites, until the Giants provided the formula to beat Tom Brady: pressure with a four-man front. It was a mini-Hail Mary with Eli Manning scrambling to avoid pressure followed by David Tyree pinning the ball to his helmet as he fell to the ground. The legends stuff.

1. Super Bowl XLIX

New England Patriots 28, Seattle Seahawks 24

It was a battle of the two best teams in football. The defending champion Seahawks came out gunning, the Patriots responded and took over the game and then Russell Wilson and Seattle tried to steal it back with one of the wildest catches by Jermaine Kearse you will ever see. Malcolm Butler promptly took it right back with arguably the greatest defensive play in Super Bowl history.

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