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NFL Super Bowl Facts
Most Super Bowl appearances: 8: Dallas Cowboys
Most Super Bowl titles: 5 - (tied) Dallas Cowboys, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Francisco 49ers
Most Points in a Super Bowl: 55 - San Francisco 49ers (Super Bowl XXIV)
Fewest Points in a Super Bowl: 3 - Miami Dolphins (Super Bowl VI)
Won most Super Bowl MVPs: Joe Montana won 3 MVPs w/ San Francisco 49ers
Played in most Super Bowls: Mike Lodish (6) w/ Denver Broncos & Buffalo Bills
Won most Super Bowls (player): Charles Haley (5) w/ 49ers & Cowboys
Won most Super Bowls (coach): Chuck Noll (4) w/ Pittsburgh Steelers
Most Career Points Super Bowl: Jerry Rice (48 points) w/ San Francisco 49ers
SUPER BOWL HISTORY:
The Super Bowl is the championship game of the NFL, that is played between the winner from the AFC and NFC. The first Super Bowl was played on January 15th, 1967 as the game to determine the Champion between the AFL and NFL. The Green Bay Packers won, and Bart Starr was named MVP of Super Bowl I.
A condition of the AFL-NFL Merger was that the winners of each leagues championship game would meet to determine the world champion of American football. But after the NFLs Green Bay Packers convincingly won the first two Super Bowls, some team owners feared that AFL teams could compete with their NFL counterparts. That all changed with perhaps the biggest upset in Super Bowl history, the AFLs New York Jets, led by Joe Namath, defeated the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III in Miami. The next year, the AFLs Kansas City Chiefs defeated the NFLs Minnesota Vikings 23-7 and won Super Bowl IV in New Orleans. Since the leagues merged into one in 1970, the Super Bowl has featured the champions of the AFC and NFC.
The team who wins the Super Bowl receives the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named for the coach of the Green Bay Packers, who won the first two Super Bowl games. Following his death in September 1970, the trophy was named the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
It is estimated that some 130-140 million people tune in to watch, at least, some part of the Super Bowl.
SUPER BOWL MYTHS
Every year it happens: Superbowl Sunday approaches and super-sized things are said about the whopping impact on America wrought by the football spectacular. Like, the water systems of major cities are in peril of collapsing due to a thunderous amount of simultaneous toilet flushing at halftime. Or that two-thirds of all avocados are sold within days of the Super Bowl as Americans prepare their guacamole for watching parties. Or that Disneyland is nearly depopulated on Super Bowl Sunday. All interesting and culturally relevant stuff -- interesting and relevant enough to launch many a feature story during the days of hype that precede the game. But there is a problem, that none of these are true.
Water works readily confirm that Super Bowl Sunday brings large-scale water usage at approximately the same time. But , it isnt as if Super Bowl Sunday is the only time water usage increases. For mass flushing, the champ in most cities remains the final episodes of MASH and Seinfeld. It is true that a water main broke in Salt Lake City in 1984 on Super Bowl Sunday. Alas, Leroy Hooton, director of public utilities for Salt Lake City, says no link between the Super Bowl flushing and the 16-inch-main break was ever established. Water-line breaks, he notes, arent uncommon in Salt Lake City. Still, a local television station broadcast a teaser for its 11 p.m. news that night about the water break, and the tale has been part of the journalistic fabric of Super Bowl lore ever since.
No doubt about it, we've become a guacamole-loving nation. And Super Bowl Sunday, like other important celebrations, has a strong association with food, particularly snack foods such as chips that cry out for something yummy to dip them in. Super Bowl Sunday is also Super Guacamole Sunday, and so we naturally assume it must also be the time of year when sales of avocados, the primary ingredient in guacamole, skyrocket. Sales of avacados do shoot up around the time of the Super Bowl, but not to the levels claimed. Super Bowl Sunday accounts for about 5% of annual avocados sales, not the much larger figures often claimed (up to 67%), according to the California Avocado Commission. That 5% about 8 million pounds of avocados is a lot of avocados, but it still pales in comparison to the 14 million pounds sold annually during Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
No red-blooded American would miss the Super Bowl just to spend the day at an amusement park, right? Okay, maybe a few women who don't understand football might pass on watching the game, but women don't generally visit places like Disneyland without their husbands or boyfriends or children in tow, and most of them are watching the game. Must be a great day for the people who are so desperate to experience a rare uncrowded weekend afternoon at Disneyland that theyll risk ridicule and skip the big game in favor of the Magic Kingdom, eh?
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