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Test your Super Bowl knowledge

SB50_LogoAfter 5 months of action, we’ve finally reached Super Bowl week. While the Broncos and Panthers go through final preparations, let’s take a short quiz to test your knowledge of the big game.

Questions (answers below)

  1. Which city is hosting this year’s Super Bowl?
  2. Who won the first two Super Bowls?
  3. Player on the winning teams of the first 11 Super Bowls earned $15,000. What did the Patriots players earn after winning Super Bowl 49 last year?     a) $97,000  b) $150,000   c) $237,000
  4. This brash, young quarterback promised a Super Bowl III victory, and then delivered the upset.
  5. Name one of the three teams that have appeared in the most Super Bowls (8).
  6. Phil Simms was the first Super Bowl MVP to tell the world, “I’m going to ____.”
  7. This former contestant on Dancing with the Stars holds the record for most Super Bowl touchdowns. Name him. Hint: all touchdowns came on pass receptions.
  8. Pittsburgh holds the record for most Super Bowl victories. How many times have the Steelers won the big game?
  9. Of 49 games, how many Super Bowls have been decided by 3 points or less?
  10. Which of this year’s two teams, Carolina and Denver, has a better record in the Super Bowl?

Bonus question – 3 points
Walter Iooss will be at his 50th Super Bowl this year. Who is he?
Hint: he does what I would want to be doing.

 

 

Answers

  1. This year’s Super Bowl is in Santa Clara , California. Give yourself a point if you responded San Francisco or the Bay Area.
  2. The Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl I and Super Bowl II.
  3. The Patriots players earned $97,000 for winning the Super Bowl 49.
  4. Joe Namath promised and delivered a victory over the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl II.
  5. The Patriots, Steelers, and Cowboys have appeared in eight Super Bowls.
  6. Phil Simms was the first MVP to say “I’m going to Disney World.”
  7. Jerry Rice scored 8 Super Bowl touchdowns.
  8. The Steelers have won the Super Bowl six times, followed by San Francisco and Dallas with five victories
  9. Eight Super Bowls have been decided by 3 points or less.
  10. Denver. The Broncos have won twice in seven games, Carolina is winless in one game.

Bonus answer:
Walter Iooss is a Sports Illustrated photographer.

Scoring
1-4       You watch for the commercials
5-7       All Pro
8 – 10   MVP

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