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História do Super Bowl

O primeiro Super Bowl realizado foi em 1967, o Super Bowl I. A temporada 2016 foi fechada como Super Bowl LI e a NFL já anunciou onde serão os próximos: Minneapolis (LII), Atlanta (LIII), Miami (LIV) e Los Angels (LV).

Veja um pouco da história dos jogos, com seus resultados, locais e MVPs:

Super Bowl LI – 05/02/2017

Atlanta Falcons 28 – New England Patriots 34

NRG Stadium – Houston, Texas

MVP: Tom Brady, QB (4) – New England Patriots

Super Bowl 50 – 08/02/2016

Denver Broncos 24 – Carolina Panthers 10

Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, California

MVP:  Von Miller, LB – Denver Broncos

Super Bowl XLIX – 01/02/2015

New England Patriots 28 – Seattle Seahawks 24

University of Phoenix Stadium – Glendale, Arizona

MVP: Tom Brady (3), QB – New England Patriots

Super Bowl XLVIII – 02/02/2014

Seattle Seahawks 43 – Denver Broncos 8

MetLife Stadium – East Rutherford, New Jersey

MVP: Malcolm Smith, LB – Seattle Seahawks

Super Bowl XLVII – 03/02/2013

Baltimore Ravens 34 – San Francisco 49ers 31

Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Lousiana

MVP: Joe Flacco, QB – Baltimore Ravens

Super Bowl XLVI – 05/02/2012

New York Giants 21 – New England Patriots 17

Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, Indiana

MVP: Eli Manning (2), QB – New York Giants

Super Bowl XLV – 06/02/2011

Green Bay Packers 31 – Pittsburgh Steelers 25

AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas

MVP: Aaron Rodgers, QB – Green Bay Packers

Super Bowl XLIV – 07/02/2010

New Orleans Saints 31 – Indianapolis Colts 17

Sun Life Stadium – Miami, Florida

MVP: Drew Brees, QB – New Orleans Saints

Super Bowl XLIII – 06/02/2009

Pittsburgh Steelers 27 – Arizona Cardinals 23

Raymond James Stadium – Tampa Bay, Florida

MVP: Santonio Homels, WR – Pittsburgh Steelers

Super Bowl XLII – 03/02/2008

New York Giants 17 – New England Patriots 14

University of Phoenix Stadium – Glendale, Arizona

MVP: Eli Mannning, QB – New York Giants

Super Bowl XLI – 04/02/2007

Indianapolis Colts 29 – Chicago Bears 17

Land Shark Stadium – Miami, Florida

MVP: Peyton Manning, QB – Indianapolis Colts

Super Bowl XL – 05/02/2006

Pittsburgh Steelers 21 – Seattle Seahawks 10

Ford Field – Detroit, Michigan

MVP: Hines Ward, WR – Pittsburgh Steelers

Super Bowl XXXIX – 06/02/2005

New England Patriots 24 – Philadelphia Eagles 21

ALLTEL Stadium – Jacksonville, Florida

MVP: Deion Branch, WR – New England Patriots

Super Bowl XXXVIII – 06/02/2004

New England Patriots 32 – Carolina Panthers 29

Reliant Stadium – Houston, Texas

MVP: Tom Brady (2), QB – New England Patriots

Super Bowl XXXVII – 23/01/2003

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48 – Oakland Raiders 21

Qualcomm Stadium – San Diego, California

MVP: Dexter Jackson, Safety – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Super Bowl XXXVI – 03/02/2002

New England Patriots 20 – St. Louis Rams 17

Louisiana Superdome – New Orleans, Louisiana

MVP: Tom Brady, QB – New England Patriots

Super Bowl XXXV – 28/01/2001

Baltimore Ravens 34 – New York Giants 7

Raymond James Stadium – Tampa, Florida

MVP: Ray Lewis, LB – Baltimore Ravens


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