Which team won and covered every Super Bowl?

By Adam Burke  (VSiN.com) 

January 22, 2023 06:00 PM
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Who won the Super Bowl and covered the spread?

Super Bowl LVII is at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. ET. It will be the 57th Super Bowl as the AFC looks to break a two-year losing streak.

Super Bowl History

Super Bowl LVI

Los Angeles Rams 23 (-4), Cincinnati Bengals 20 (Under 49.5)

Super Bowl LVI MVP: Cooper Kupp

The Bengals had four punts and a turnover on downs on their final five possessions, while the Rams got a Kupp touchdown on a 15-play, 79-yard drive to win the game. Super Bowl 56 marked the first time since Super Bowl XLIII in 2009 where the point spread came into play, as the team that won the game failed to cover. This was the fourth straight Super Bowl to go under the total.

Super Bowl LV

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31 (+3), Kansas City Chiefs 9 (Under 55.5)

Super Bowl LV MVP: Tom Brady

Tom Brady won his fifth Super Bowl MVP and seventh championship overall playing at home at Raymond James Stadium in Super Bowl 55. The Buccaneers' defense dominated and held the Chiefs to just nine points and 350 yards in front of a crowd of just under 25,000 people with COVID restrictions still in place. The Chiefs failed to be the first repeat champion since the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004) and XXXIX (2005).

 

 

Super Bowl LIV

Kansas City Chiefs 31 (-1), San Francisco 49ers 20 (Under 53)

Super Bowl LIV MVP: Patrick Mahomes

The Chiefs scored 21 points in the fourth quarter to erase a 20-10 deficit to win their second Super Bowl in franchise history. In Super Bowl 54, the Chiefs scored those three fourth-quarter touchdowns in the span of 5:01, conjuring up memories of how Kyle Shanahan got way too conservative in Super Bowl LI when Tom Brady and the Patriots erased a 28-3 deficit against the Falcons when Shanahan was the offensive coordinator in Atlanta.

Super Bowl LIII

New England Patriots 13 (-2), Los Angeles Rams 3 (Under 55.5)

Super Bowl LIII MVP: Julian Edelman

Despite the third-highest total in Super Bowl history, this game was a snoozer, as the Patriots won 13-3 and Edelman became the first wide receiver since Santonio Holmes (Super Bowl XLIII in 2009) to win the MVP with 10 catches for 141 yards. This was a 3-3 game through 3.5 quarters, but the Patriots scored the first touchdown with seven minutes left and added an insurance field goal with 1:12 to play.

Super Bowl LII

Philadelphia Eagles 41 (+4.5), New England Patriots 33 (Over 49)

Super Bowl LII MVP: Nick Foles

This game is best remembered for the “Philly Special”, a Foles receiving touchdown just before halftime to give the Eagles a 22-12 lead. The Patriots did take a 33-32 lead in the fourth quarter, but the Eagles scored the game’s final nine points to win the franchise’s first Lombardi Trophy. This all-out shootout featured 1,151 yards of offense and is the second highest-scoring Super Bowl ever behind Super Bowl XXIX when the 49ers beat the Chargers 49-26.

Super Bowl LI

New England Patriots 34 (-3), Atlanta Falcons 28 (Over 57.5)

Super Bowl LI MVP: Tom Brady

Note: This is the only Super Bowl to ever go to overtime.

Super Bowl 50

Denver Broncos 24 (+4.5), Carolina Panthers 10 (Under 43.5)

Super Bowl 50 MVP: Von Miller

Super Bowl XLIX

New England Patriots 28 (+1), Seattle Seahawks 24 (Over 47)

Super Bowl XLIX MVP: Tom Brady

Super Bowl XLVIII

Seattle Seahawks 43 (+2), Denver Broncos 8 (Over 47)

Super Bowl LI MVP: Malcolm Smith

Note: First defensive player to win MVP since Dexter Jackson (TB) in Super Bowl XXXVII (2003)

Super Bowl XLVII

Baltimore Ravens 34 (+4.5), San Francisco 49ers 31 (Over 47.5)

Super Bowl XLVII MVP: Joe Flacco

Super Bowl XLVI

New York Giants 21 (+3), New England Patriots 17 (Under 53)

Super Bowl XLVI MVP: Eli Manning

Super Bowl XLV

Green Bay Packers 31 (-3), Pittsburgh Steelers 25 (Over 44.5)

Super Bowl XLV MVP: Aaron Rodgers

Super Bowl XLIV

New Orleans Saints 31 (+3.5), Indianapolis Colts 17 (Under 56.5)

Super Bowl XLIV MVP: Drew Brees

Super Bowl XLIII

Pittsburgh Steelers 27, Arizona Cardinals 23 (+6.5) (Over 46.5)

Super Bowl XLIII MVP: Santonio Holmes

Super Bowl XLII

New York Giants 17 (+12.5), New England Patriots 14 (Under 54)

Super Bowl XLII MVP: Eli Manning

Super Bowl XLI

Indianapolis Colts 29 (-6.5), Chicago Bears 17 (Under 47)

Super Bowl XLI MVP: Peyton Manning

Super Bowl XL

Pittsburgh Steelers 21 (-4), Seattle Seahawks 10 (Under 46.5)

Super Bowl XL MVP: Hines Ward

Super Bowl XXXIX

New England Patriots 24, Philadelphia Eagles (+7) 21 (Under 47)

Super Bowl XXXIX MVP: Deion Branch

Super Bowl XXXVIII

New England Patriots 32, Carolina Panthers 29 (+7) (Over 38)

Super Bowl XXXVIII: Tom Brady

Super Bowl XXXVII

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48 (+3.5), Oakland Raiders 21 (Over 44)

Super Bowl XXXVII MVP: Dexter Jackson

Super Bowl XXXVI

New England Patriots 20 (+14), St. Louis Rams 17 (Under 52.5)

Super Bowl XXXVI MVP: Tom Brady

Note: Second-biggest upset in Super Bowl history

Super Bowl XXXV

Baltimore Ravens 34 (-3), New York Giants 7 (Over 32.5)

Super Bowl XXXV MVP: Ray Lewis

Super Bowl XXXIV

St. Louis Rams 23, Tennessee Titans 16 (Push STL,7) (Under 48)

Super Bowl XXXIV MVP: Kurt Warner

Super Bowl XXXIII

Denver Broncos 34 (-7.5), Atlanta Falcons 19 (Over 51.5)

Super Bowl XXXIII MVP: John Elway

Super Bowl XXXII

Denver Broncos 31, Green Bay Packers 24 (+11.5) (Over 49)

Super Bowl XXXII MVP: Terrell Davis

Super Bowl XXXI

Green Bay Packers 35, New England Patriots 21 (Push GB,14) (Over 49)

Super Bowl XXXI MVP: Desmond Howard

Super Bowl XXX

Dallas Cowboys 27, Pittsburgh Steelers 17 (+13.5) (Under 52)

Super Bowl XXX MVP: Larry Brown

Super Bowl XXIX

San Francisco 49ers 49 (-18), San Diego Chargers 26 (Over 54)

Super Bowl XXIX MVP: Steve Young

Super Bowl XXVIII

Dallas Cowboys 30 (-10.5), Buffalo Bills 13 (Under 50.5)

Super Bowl XXVIII MVP: Emmitt Smith

Super Bowl XXVII

Dallas Cowboys 52 (-6), Buffalo Bills 17 (Over 45)

Super Bowl XXVII MVP: Troy Aikman

Super Bowl XXVI

Washington Redskins 37 (-7), Buffalo Bills 24 (Over 49)

Super Bowl XXVI MVP: Mark Rypien

Super Bowl XXV

New York Giants 20 (+7), Buffalo Bills 19 (Under 40.5)

Super Bowl XXV MVP: Ottis Anderson

Super Bowl XXIV

San Francisco 49ers 55 (-12.5), Denver Broncos 10 (Over 47)

Super Bowl XXIV MVP: Joe Montana

Super Bowl XXIII

San Francisco 49ers 20, Cincinnati Bengals 16 (+7) (Under 47.5)

Super Bowl XXIII MVP: Jerry Rice

Super Bowl XXII

Washington Redskins 42 (+3), Denver Broncos 10 (Over 47)

Super Bowl XXII MVP: Doug Williams

Super Bowl XXI

New York Giants 39 (-9.5), Denver Broncos 20 (Over 40.5)

Super Bowl XXI MVP: Phil Simms

Super Bowl XX

Chicago Bears 46 (-10), New England Patriots 10 (Over 37)

Super Bowl XX MVP: Richard Dent

Super Bowl XIX

San Francisco 49ers 38 (-3), Miami Dolphins 16 (Over 53)

Super Bowl XIX MVP: Joe Montana

Super Bowl XVIII

Los Angeles Raiders 38 (+3), Washington Redskins 9 (Under 48)

Super Bowl XVIII MVP: Marcus Allen

Super Bowl XVII

Washington Redskins 27 (+3), Miami Dolphins 17 (Over 36.5)

Super Bowl XVII MVP: John Riggins

Super Bowl XVI

San Francisco 49ers 26 (PK), Cincinnati Bengals 21 (Under 48)

Super Bowl XVI MVP: Joe Montana

Super Bowl XV

Oakland Raiders 27 (+3), Philadelphia Eagles 10 (Under 37.5)

Super Bowl XV MVP: Jim Plunkett

Super Bowl XIV

Pittsburgh Steelers 31 (-10.5), Los Angeles Rams 19 (Over 36)

Super Bowl XIV MVP: Terry Bradshaw

Super Bowl XIII

Pittsburgh Steelers 35, Dallas Cowboys 31 (Push PIT,4) (Over 37)

Super Bowl XIII MVP: Terry Bradshaw

Note: Bradshaw is one of two back-to-back MVPs in Super Bowl history (Bart Starr, Super Bowl I and II)

Super Bowl XII

Dallas Cowboys 27 (-6), Denver Broncos 10 (Under 39)

Super Bowl XII MVPs: Harvey Martin & Randy White

Note: Only co-MVPs in Super Bowl history

Super Bowl XI

Oakland Raiders 32 (-4.5), Minnesota Vikings 14 (Over 38)

Super Bowl XI MVP: Fred Biletnikoff

Super Bowl X

Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Dallas Cowboys 17 (+6.5) (Over 36)

Super Bowl X MVP: Lynn Swann

Super Bowl IX

Pittsburgh Steelers 16 (-3), Minnesota Vikings 6 (Under 33)

Super Bowl IX MVP: Franco Harris

Super Bowl VIII

Miami Dolphins 24 (-6.5), Minnesota Vikings 7 (Under 33)

Super Bowl VIII MVP: Larry Csonka

Super Bowl VII

Miami Dolphins 14 (+1.5), Washington Redskins 7 (Under 33)

Super Bowl VII MVP: Jake Scott

Super Bowl VI

Dallas Cowboys 24 (-6), Miami Dolphins 3 (Under 34)

Super Bowl VI MVP: Roger Staubach

Super Bowl V

Baltimore Colts 16 (+2.5), Dallas Cowboys 13 (Under 36)

Super Bowl V MVP: Chuck Howley

Super Bowl IV

Kansas City Chiefs 23 (+12), Minnesota Vikings 7 (Under 39)

Super Bowl IV MVP: Len Dawson

Super Bowl III

New York Jets 16 (+18), Baltimore Colts 7 (Under 40)

Super Bowl III MVP: Joe Namath

Super Bowl II

Green Bay Packers 33 (-13.5), Oakland Raiders 14 (Over 43)

Super Bowl II MVP: Bart Starr

Super Bowl I

Green Bay Packers 35 (-14), Kansas City Chiefs 10 (No line on total)

Super Bowl I MVP: Bart Starr

 

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