Super Bowl Quiz
Which player holds the Super Bowl career scoring record?
- In three appearances, Rice has scored a record seven touchdowns for 42 points. Smith has five TDs and Harris has four.
Name the last team to score less than 10 points in a Super Bowl game.
- In Super Bowl XVIII (1984), Washington scored just nine points in a 38-9 loss to the Los Angeles Raiders.
The Vince Lombardi Trophy, named after the former Green Bay Packers coach, is awarded to the winner of the Super Bowl. What company makes this 21-inch tall, 7-lb sterling silver trophy that is valued at $12,500?
- They're not just known for their lamps.
Which of the following was the price of a 30-second television ad during Super Bowl I in 1967?
- Ha. 42,000 won't even get you one second this year. Spots are going for more than $2 million, meaning each second will cost you more than $66,000.
In 1999, Denver became the first AFC team to win consecutive Super Bowls since this team did it after the 1978-79 season and 1979-80 season:
- Pittsburgh beat Dallas in 1979 and the Los Angeles Rams in 1980. This was the only appearance the Rams made in the big game until 2000.
Which of these franchises has lost more Super Bowl Games than they've won?
- The Dolphins have appeared in five Super Bowls but lost three of them. Meanwhile the Washington Redskins have won 3 and lost 2 and the N.Y. Jets are a perfect 1-0.
Where was Super Bowl I played?
- Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles was the setting for the first Super Bowl, although it wouldn't actually be called Super Bowl I until several years later.
Which of these former NFL head coaches holds the record for most Super Bowl wins?
- Chuck Noll coached the Pittsburh Steelers from 1969 to 1991. All four of his Super Bowl victories came in the 1970's, with Pittsburgh's famed "Steel Curtain" defense.
Who has played in more Super Bowls that anyone else?
- Defensive lineman Lodish has played in six Super Bowls. He played with Buffalo from 1991-94 and then with Denver in 1998 and 1999.
Which of the following games was the highest-rated Super Bowl in television history?
- The 49ers' victory over the Bengals in 1982 scored a 49.1 rating with a 73 share, making it the fourth-most watched TV program of all time. It is behind only the M*A*S*H final episode, "Who Shot J.R.", and Roots, part eight.