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Super Bowl XXXVII -- Linescores

By United Press International   |   Jan. 23, 2003 at 12:34 PM
Super Bowl Linescores

Super Bowl I

At Los Angeles, Jan. 15, 1967. Attendance - 61,946.

Kansas City (AFL) 0 10 0 0 - 10

Green Bay (NFL) 7 7 14 7 - 35

Winning coach - Vince Lombardi. MVP - Bart Starr, Green Bay.

Super Bowl II

At Miami, Jan. 14, 1968. A - 75,546.

Green Bay (NFL) 3 13 10 7 - 33

Oakland (AFL) 0 7 0 7 - 14

Winning coach - Vince Lombardi. MVP - Bart Starr, Green Bay.

Super Bowl III

At Miami, Jan. 12, 1969. A - 75,389.

NY Jets (AFL) 0 7 6 3 - 16

Baltimore (NFL) 0 0 0 7 - 7

Winning coach - Weeb Ewbank. MVP - Joe Namath, New York Jets.

Super Bowl IV

At New Orleans, Jan. 11, 1970. A - 80,562.

Minnesota (NFL) 0 0 7 0 - 7

Kansas City (AFL) 3 13 7 0 - 23

Winning coach - Hank Stram. MVP - Len Dawson, Kansas City.

Super Bowl V

At Miami, Jan. 17, 1971. A - 79,204.

Baltimore (AFC) 0 6 0 10 - 16

Dallas (NFC) 3 10 0 0 - 13

Winning coach - Don McCafferty. MVP - Chuck Howley, Dallas.

Super Bowl VI

At New Orleans, Jan. 16, 1972. A - 80,591.

Dallas (NFL) 3 7 7 7 - 24

Miami (AFC) 0 3 0 0 - 3

Winning coach - Tom Landry. MVP - Roger Staubach, Dallas.

Super Bowl VII

At Los Angeles, Jan. 14, 1973. A - 90,182.

Miami (AFC) 7 7 0 0 - 14

Washington (NFC) 0 0 0 7 - 7

Winning coach - Don Shula. MVP - Jake Scott, Miami.

Super Bowl VIII

At Houston, Jan. 13, 1974. A - 71,882.

Minnesota (NFC) 0 0 0 7 - 7

Miami (AFC) 14 3 7 0 - 24

Winning coach - Don Shula. MVP - Larry Csonka, Miami.

Super Bowl IX

At New Orleans, Jan. 12, 1975. A - 80,997.

Pittsburgh (AFC) 0 2 7 7 - 16

Minnesota (NFC) 0 0 0 6 - 6

Winning coach - Chuck Noll. MVP - Franco Harris, Pittsburgh.

Super Bowl X

At Miami, Jan. 18, 1976. A - 80,187.

Dallas (NFC) 7 3 0 7 - 17

Pittsburgh (AFC) 7 0 0 14 - 21

Winning coach - Chuck Noll. MVP - Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh.

Super Bowl XI

At Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 9, 1977. A - 100,421.

Oakland (AFC) 0 16 3 13 - 32

Minnesota (NFC) 0 0 7 7 - 14

Winning coach - John Madden. MVP - Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland.

Super Bowl XII

At New Orleans, Jan. 15, 1978. A - 75,583.

Dallas (NFC) 10 3 7 7 - 27

Denver (AFC) 0 0 10 0 - 10

Winning coach - Tom Landry. MVP - Randy White and Harvey Martin, Dallas.

Super Bowl XIII

At Miami, Jan. 21, 1979. A - 79,484.

Pittsburgh (AFC) 7 14 0 14 - 35

Dallas (NFC) 7 7 3 14 - 31

Winning coach - Chuck Noll. MVP - Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh.

Super Bowl XIV

At Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 20, 1980. A - 103,985.

LA Rams (NFC) 7 6 6 0 - 19

Pittsburgh (AFC) 3 7 7 14 - 31

Winning coach - Chuck Noll. MVP - Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh.

Super Bowl XV

At New Orleans, Jan. 25, 1981. A - 76,135.

Oakland (AFC) 14 0 10 3 - 27

Philadelphia (NFC) 0 3 0 7 - 10

Winning coach - Tom Flores. MVP - Jim Plunkett, Oakland.

Super Bowl XVI

At Pontiac, Mich., Jan. 24, 1982. A - 81,270.

San Francisco (NFC) 7 13 0 6 - 26

Cincinnati (AFC) 0 0 7 14 - 21

Winning coach - Bill Walsh. MVP - Joe Montana, San Francisco.

Super Bowl XVII

At Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 30, 1983. A - 103,667.

Miami (AFC) 7 10 0 0 - 17

Washington (NFC) 0 10 3 14 - 27

Winning coach - Joe Gibbs. MVP - John Riggins, Washington.

Super Bowl XVIII

At Tampa, Fla., Jan. 22, 1984. A - 72,920.

Washington (NFC) 0 3 6 0 - 9

LA Raiders (AFC) 7 14 14 3 - 38

Winning coach - Tom Flores. MVP - Marcus Allen, Los Angeles.

Super Bowl XIX

At Stanford, Calif., Jan. 20, 1985. A - 84,059.

Miami (AFC) 10 6 0 0 - 16

San Francisco (NFC) 7 21 10 0 - 38

Winning coach - Bill Walsh. MVP - Joe Montana, San Francisco.

Super Bowl XX

At New Orleans, Jan. 26, 1986. A - 73,818.

Chicago (NFC) 13 10 21 2 - 46

New England (AFC) 3 0 0 7 - 10

Winning coach - Mike Ditka. MVP - Richard Dent, Chicago.

Super Bowl XXI

At Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 25, 1987. A - 101,063.

Denver (AFC) 10 0 0 10 - 20

NY Giants (NFC) 7 2 17 13 - 39

Winning coach - Bill Parcells. MVP - Phil Simms, NY giants.

Super Bowl XXII

At San Diego, Jan. 31, 1988. A - 73,302.

Washington (NFC) 0 35 0 7 - 42

Denver (AFC) 10 0 0 0 - 10

Winning coach - Joe Gibbs. MVP - Doug Williams, Washington.

Super Bowl XXIII

At Miami, Jan. 22, 1989. A - 75,179.

Cincinnati (AFC) 0 3 10 3 - 16

San Francisco (NFC) 3 0 3 14 - 20

Winning coach - Bill Walsh. MVP - Jerry Rice, San Francisco.

Super Bowl XXIV

At New Orleans, Jan. 28, 1990. A - 72,919.

San Francisco (NFC) 13 14 14 14 - 55

Denver (AFC) 3 0 7 0 - 10

Winning coach - George Seifert. MVP - Joe Montana, San Francisco.

Super Bowl XXV

At Tampa, Fla., Jan. 27, 1991. A - 73,813.

Buffalo (AFC) 3 9 0 7 - 19

NY Giants (NFC) 3 7 7 3 - 20

Winning coach - Bill Parcells. MVP - Ottis Anderson, NY Giants.

Super Bowl XXVI

At Minneapolis, Jan. 26, 1992. A - 63,130.

Washington (NFC) 0 17 14 6 - 37

Buffalo (AFC) 0 0 10 14 - 24

Winning coach - Joe Gibbs. MVP - Mark Rypien, Washington.

Super Bowl XXVII

At Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 31, 1993. A - 98,374.

Buffalo (AFC) 7 3 7 0 - 17

Dallas (NFC) 14 14 3 21 - 52

Winning coach - Jimmy Johnson. MVP - Troy Aikman, Dallas.

Super Bowl XXVIII

At Atlanta, Jan. 30, 1994. A - 72,817.

Dallas (NFC) 6 0 14 10 - 30

Buffalo (AFC) 3 10 0 0 - 13

Winning coach - Jimmy Johnson. MVP - Emmitt Smith, Dallas.

Super Bowl XXIX

At Miami, Jan. 29, 1995. A - 74,107.

San Diego (AFC) 7 3 8 8 - 26

San Francisco (NFC) 14 14 14 7 - 49

Winning coach - George Seifert. MVP - Steve Young, San Francisco.

Super Bowl XXX

At Tempe, Ariz., Jan. 28, 1996. A - 76,347.

Dallas (NFC) 10 3 7 7 - 27

Pittsburgh (AFC) 0 7 0 10 - 17

Winning coach - Barry Switzer. MVP - Larry Brown, Dallas.

Super Bowl XXXI

At New Orleans, Jan. 26, 1997. A - 72,301.

New England (AFC) 14 0 7 0 - 21

Green Bay (NFC) 10 17 8 0 - 35

Winning coach - Mike Holgren. MVP - Desmond Howard, Green Bay.

Super Bowl XXXII

At San Diego, Jan. 25, 1998. A - 68,912.

Green Bay (NFC) 7 7 3 7 - 24

Denver (AFC) 7 10 7 7 - 31

Winning coach - Mike Shanahan. MVP - Terrell Davis, Denver.

Super Bowl XXXIII

At Miami, Jan. 31, 1999. A - 74,803.

Denver (AFC) 7 10 0 17 - 34

Atlanta (NFC) 3 3 0 13 - 19

Winning coach - Mike Shanahan. MVP - John Elway, Denver.

Super Bowl XXXIV

At Atlanta, Jan. 30, 2000. A - 72,625.

St. Louis (NFC) 3 6 7 7 - 23

Tennessee (AFC) 0 0 6 10 - 16

Winning coach - Dick Vermeil. MVP - Kurt Warner, St. Louis.

Super Bowl XXXV

At Tampa, Jan. 28, 2001. A - 71,921.

Baltimore (AFC) 7 3 14 10 - 34

NY Giants (NFC) 0 0 7 0 0 7

Winning coach - Brian Billick. MVP - Ray Lewis, Baltimore.

Super Bowl XXXVI

At New Orleans, Feb. 3, 2002. A - 72,922.

St. Louis (NFC) 3 0 0 14 - 17

New England (AFC) 0 14 3 3 - 20

Winning coach - Bill Bilichick. MVP - Tom Brady, New England.

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