The field marshal of the Kansas City Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes, looks at the field during the Super Bowl LVII on Sunday, February 12.Mahomes played for three touchdowns when the Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35.
Super Bowl I (1967):The Green Bay Packers Campo Marshal, Bart Starr, was appointed the most valuable player of the first Super Bowl, who in January 1967 was called the AFL-NFL World Championship game. Star played 250 yards and two touchdowns when the PackersThey defeated Kansas City for 35 to 10 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Super Bowl II (1968):Starr repeated the fact a year later, while the Packers won consecutive titles.Starr had 202 yards passing and a touchdown, while Green Bay exploded Oakland 33-14.
Super Bowl III (1969):The New York Jets entered the Super Bowl III as a misfortune of 18 points, but Field Marshal Joe Namath assured that his team disturbed Baltimore Colts.After Namath opened the way to a 16-7 victory, he was named the most valuable of the players of the game.
Super Bowl IV (1970):Kansas City bosses lost the first Super Bowl, but they told him the second time.Field Marshal Len Dawson had 142 yards and a touchdown, while the Chiefs beat the Minnesota Vikings 23-7 in New Orleans.De AFL defeated the NFL champions and next season the two leagues had merged.
Super Bowl V (1971):The Dallas Cowboys supporter, Chuck Howley, intercepted two passes against Bowl Colts in the Super Bowl V. Howley was appointed MVP of the game, but the colts won the game notoriously neglected with a goal by Jim O'Brien Field, withThe time of time.At the time, Howley is still the only player in a losing team called MVP of Super Bowl.
Super Bowl VI (1972):Dallas exhibited his loss next season, closing the MVP Miami Dolphins 24-3.The MVP field marshal, Roger Staubach, had two Touchdown passes.
Super Bowl VII (1973):The security of Miami, Jake Scott, intercepted a spell of the fourth quarter in the annotation zone during the victory of the Dolphins 14-7 over Washington in the Super Bowl VII.scott had two interceptions in the game when Dolphins finished the season with aPerfect record of record 17-0.It is still the only NFL team to end an undefeated season.
Super Bowl VIII (1974):Larry Csonka, powerful, transports two defenders of Minnesota near the final area, when Miami won his second consecutive Super Bowl.Csonka became the first race to win the MVP of the Super Bowl, running to 145 yards and two touchdowns.
Super Bowl IX (1975):The Pittsburgh Steelers corridor, Franco Harris, fights with the Minnesota Paul Krause defender during the Pittsburgh victory 16-6 in the Super Bowl IX.Harris ran for 158 yards and a touchdown along the way to win the MVP.
Super Bowl X (1976):This Pittsburgh diving capture, Lynn Swann, is one of the most emblematic pieces in the history of the Super Bowl.Swann had a touchdown and 161 yards receiving when the Steelers defeated Dallas 21-17 to defeat his second consecutive Super Bowl.Win the MVP.
Super Bowl XI (1977):The Oakland Raiders open receiver, Fred Bilatnikoff, caught four 79 -yard passes to obtain MVP honors from the Super Bowl Raiders.
Super Bowl XII (1978):A dominant action of the "final judgment" of Dallas led to the first and only time that two players would share the Super Bowl MVP award.The left strikers to the left, and Harvey Martin helped the cowboys forcing eight ball losses and defeating Denver to 27 to 10.
Super Bowl XIII (1979):Steelers and Cowboys gathered for a rematch of the Super Bowl in 1979, and this game ended in the same way three years before, with a Pittsburgh victory.This time, however, it was the field marshal of the Steelers, Terry Bradshaw, who won the MVP, playing 318 yards and four touchdowns, while Pittsburgh beat Dallas 35-31.
Super Bowl XIV (1980):Bradshaw led the way again at the Super Bowl XIV, playing 309 yards and a couple of touchdowns when the Steelers defeated Los Angeles Rams 31 to 19. It was the fourth title of the steelers in six years.
Super Bowl XV (1981):The Oakland field marshal, Jim Plunkett, makes a pass during the 27-10 victory of the Raiders over Philadelphia Eagles in 1981. Plunkett had 261 yards passes and three touchdowns on the road to the winning MVP.
Super Bowl XVI (1982):The Mariscal de los San Francisco 49ers, Joe Montana, avoids a Tackle on the way to win MVP honors in the Super Bowl XVI.Montana played a touchdown in the game and ran to another while the 49ers won 26-21.
Super Bowl XVII (1983):Washington Running John Riggins explodes through a hole during the 27-17 victory of the Redskins over Miami in the Super Bowl XVII.Riggins was named MVP after running for 166 yards and a touchdown.
Super Bowl XVIII (1984):Washington was in the losing end a year later, when the MVP, Marcus Allen, exploded by 191 yards and two Allen raiders, who recently moved from Oakland to Los Angeles, the Redskins 38-9 exploded.
Super Bowl XIX (1985):Three years after winning his first MVP prize of the Super Bowl, Joe Montana returned to him when he took 49ers to a 38-16 victory over Miami.This time, "Joe Cool" played 331 yards and three touchdowns.
Super Bowl XX (1986):The defensive end of the Chicago Bears, Richard Dent (No. 95), opens the New England field, Steve Grogan, during the Super Bowl XX.
Super Bowl XXI (1987):The Field Marshal of the New York Giants, Phil Simms, had a presentation for the ages of the XXI Super Bowl, completing 22 of 25 passes, while the giants won Denver 39 to 20. It is a record in the Super Bowl for the percentageof completion.He also had 268 yards passing and three touchdowns.
Super Bowl XXII (1988):The Washington Redskins lost 10-0 after a quarter of the XXII Super Bowl, but Doug Williams Field Marshal made four touchdowns in the second quarter and the defeat was lit.Redskins reached a 42-10 victory, and Williams was appointed MVP after finishing 340 yards.
Super Bowl XXIII (1989):The great San Francisco receiver, Jerry Rice, runs towards the goal line while placing Cincinnati in the XXIII Super Bowl.The rice ended with 11 receptions for a 215 -yard Super Bowl record.
Super Bowl XXIV (1990):The Mariscal de Campo de San Francisco, Joe Montana, raises his arms in celebration after a 49ers touchdown in the XXIV Super Bowl..Montana collected his third MVP prize, and the 49ers finished a glorious race with four titles in nine years.
Super Bowl XXV (1991):Super Bowl XXV kicker will probably always be remembered by Buffalo Scott Norwood's kicking losing a field goal as time has expired.But the New York giants who ran Ottis Anderson won MVP in what was the closest Super Bowl of all time.Anderson had 102 yards and a touchdown, since the giants prevailed 20-19.
Super Bowl XXVI (1992):Washington Redskins beat three Super Bowls in 10 years, and each came with a different initial field marshal.This time, it was Mark Rypien, who was named MVP after playing for 292 yards and two touchdowns when the Redskins defeated Buffalo 37-24.
Super Bowl XXVII (1993):The Dallas field marshal, Troy Aikman, had 273 yards and four touchdowns, while the cowboys have won their first Super Bowl since 1978. Dallas defeated Buffalo 52-17, delivering the third consecutive defeat in the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl XXVIII (1994):The Dallas corridor, Immitt Smith, marks the buffalo in the XXVIII Super Bowl.Smith ran to 132 yards and three touchdowns, while Dallas won 30-13 in a rematch of the Super Bowl a year earlier.
Super Bowl XXIX (1995):After serving as Joe Montana's support for several years, San Francisco's Marshal.
Super Bowl XXX (1996):The corner of the Dallas Cowboys, Larry Brown, is expelled from the limits after one of his two interceptions in the Super Bowl Brown.Brown's MVP efforts helped the cowboys beat Pittsburgh 27-17 for his third championship in four years.
Super Bowl XXXI (1997):The MVP of the Super Bowl Desmond Howard enters a multitude of Green Bay Packers fans after the Packers defeated New England 35-21 at the Super Bowl XXXI.Howard had 244 yards for all purposes, including a return of 99 yards to a touchdown.
Super Bowl XXXII (1998):Denver Broncos, Terrell Davis, subscribes to "Mile High Salute" after scoring a touchdown against Green Bay in the Super Bowl XXXII.Davis ran to 157 yards and three touchdowns on the path of winning MVP.
Super Bowl XXXIII (1999):Denver's field marshal, John Elway, smiles after scoring a touchdown in the XXXIII Super Bowl.Elway was named MVP of the game, playing 336 yards, while the Bronchos won consecutive titles with a 34-19 victory over Atlanta.Elway before retiring.
Super Bowl XXXIV (2000):The MVP field marshal, Kurt Warner, celebrates after leading St.louis Rams to a 23-16 victory over Tennessee at the Super Bowl XXXIV.Warner played a 414 yardas record of the Super Bowl, leading an offensive that had beenNicknamed "The Best Territory Show".
Super Bowl XXXV (2001):A year after a high -power offensive won the Super Bowl, it was a suffocating defense that won in 2001. MVP supporter Ray Lewis gave a tone a team of Baltimore Ravens that closed the New York giants on the roadTowards a 34-7 victory.
Super Bowl XXXVI (2002):A star was born at the Super Bowl XXXVI when the second -year field marshal, Tom Brady, took New England's patriots to an annoying victory over St.louis Rams.brady played for 145 yards and a touchdown, while the patriotsThey won 20-17 in a field goal in the last second of Adam Vinatieri.
Super Bowl XXXVII (2003):Bay Safety Dexter Jackson's lid had two interceptions for a Buccaneer defense that led a 48-21 victory over Oakland in the XXXVII Super Bowl.
Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004):The New England Field Marshal, Tom Brady, on the left, celebrates with his teammates after winning a second Super Bowl in three years.Brady was MVP again, playing 354 yards and three touchdowns when the Patriots defeated Carolina Panthers by 32-29.
Super Bowl XXXIX (2005):The Patriots became champions for the third time in four years by defeating Philadelphia 24-21 at the Super Bowl XXXIX.This time, it was the great Deion Branch receiver, who won MVP.He had 11 receptions for 133 yards.
Super Bowl XL (2006):The wide Pittsburgh Hines Struts receiver in the final zone during the victory of the 21-10 Steelers over Seattle.
Super Bowl XLI (2007):Field Marshal Peyton Manning played 247 yards and a touchdown in the Super Bowl XLI, which led Indianapolis Colts to a 2-17 victory over Chicago.
Super Bowl XLII (2008):Manning's brother, Eli, beat MVP next season, while his New York giants disturb the New England patriots and ended their hopes for an undefeated season.Manning played for two touchdowns when the giants won 17-14.
Super Bowl XLIII (2009):The great Pittsburgh receiver, Santonio Holmes, takes the player's touchdown, while Steelers joined at the end of the last quarter to beat Arizona 27-23 at Super Bowl XLII.
Super Bowl XLIV (2010):The New Orleans Saints Campo Marshal, Drew Brees, raised his son Baylen after the Saints beat Indianapolis 31-17 in the Super Bowl XLIV.Brees completed 32 of 39 passes to 288 yards and two touchdowns.
Super Bowl XLV (2011):Field Marshal Aaron Rodgers had 304 yards and three touchdowns, while the Green Bay Packers defeated Pittsburgh 31 to 25.
Super Bowl XLVI (2012):Eli Manning did this with the Patriots again, when New York giants beat New England in a 2008 Super Bowl rematch. Manning had 296 yards spending this time, while the giants won 21-17.
Super Bowl XLVII (2013):The Baltimore Ravens Campo Marshal, Joe Flacco, fights the San Francisco supporter, Ahmad Brooks, during the Super Bowl XLVII, which the Ravens won 34-31.Flacco had 287 yards and three touchdowns in a game that was interrupted for 34 minutes due to a lack of lack of energy.
Super Bowl XLVIII (2014):The Seattle Seahawks supporter, Malcolm Smith, performs an interception for a touchdown during the 43-8 Denver of Seattle at the Super Bowl XLVIII.The "Legion of Boom" of Smith and Seattle suffocated Peyton Manning and Denver's number 1 offensive.
Super Bowl XLIX (2015):Tom Brady in New England pumps his fist after playing one of his four Touchdown passes in the 28-24 patriots victory over Seattle.Brady joined Joe Montana as the only players who won three MVP of Super Bowl.
Super Bowl 50 (2016):Denver's supporter, Von Miller, hits the ball from Cam Newton during the victory of Broncos 24-10 over Carolina.Miller had two loose balls forced in the game.Teammate for a touchdown.
Super Bowl Li (2017):Tom Brady played a record of the 466 yards of the Super Bowl, while New England completed the greatest return in the history of the Super Bowl.The Patriots lost Atlanta 28-3 in the third quarter, but recovered to win extra time.Brady.
Super Bowl Lii (2018):Nick Foles was not the initial field marshal of Philadelphia Eagles for most of the season.After Carson Wentz fell a year with a knee injury, Foles advanced and took the team to the title.The playoff ended, playing 373 yards and three touchdowns in a 41 -33 win over New England.He also took a touchdown pass from a trick game.
Super Bowl Liii (2019):The open receiver of the New England Patriots, Julian Edelman, was one of the few brilliant offensive points in what was the lowest score super bowl of all time.He took 10 passes to 141 yards when the Patriots defeated Los Angeles Rams 13-3 for the sixth Lombardi trophy.
Life do Super Bowl (2020):Kansas City's field marshal, Patrick Mahomes, became the youngest MVP in the Super Bowl in history after the Chiefs defeated San Francisco 31-20.The 24 -year -old played two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to overcome a 10 -point deficit.
Super Bowl LV (2021):Tom Brady did three TouchDowns when the Buccaneers of Tampa Bay defeated Kansas City Chiefs 31 to 9.brady was named the most valuable player of the game for the fifth time: a NFL record.
Super Bowl LVI (2022):The open receiver of the Los Angeles Rams, Cooper Kupp, caught two TouchDowns, including the winning score of the game, while the Rams defeated Cincinnati Bengals 23-20.
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As advertisers considered the delicate balance law of this year that requires the right tone in the midst of a period of cultural divisions and policies and public health, the chosen chip brands chosenFeel this.
This was not an option for the CBS and the National Football League, which worked hard, very difficult, to evoke a sense of union and normality on the roof, in a mainly polished transmission that continued without some usual basic products, including the huggess.
Going to the media before the Super Bowl LV, the CBS advertisers teamHe expressed his desireTo "treat it as another game."But let's be honest, this is not true in the Super Bowl in the best moments, most games do not come with seven hours of exaggeration before the game, and this year's transmission has led to a greater degree of difficulty.
Super Bowl attracts millions of viewers who are concerned about their own game, appearing in the experience and ads in what remains the largest marketing showcase in the media, with advertisers who pay around $ 5.5 million for each place of30 seconds.As always, the Network host has also tried to take advantage of the millions of eyes trained on television to promote a variety of assets of its Viacompbs controlling company, especially the Paramount+Transmission Service, this qualifies as a great victory.
So what worked better and what did not work, in the context of a very unusual Super Bowl?Here are some outstanding aspects and lights of the game coverage, as well as some of the moments before the game:
Lid Bay Buccaneers wing closed Rob Gronkowski, on the left, and Field Marshal Tom Brady celebrates after defeating Kansas City Chiefs in NFL Super Bowl 55. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)
Before Jackie.CBS conveyed a beautiful video, presented by Viola Davis, about the history of the black players of the NFL, but the true call of Awakening was the accusation of James Brown of the owners of the NFL, calling their history of hiring of African -American coachesand front.-"Unfortunate" mood.This may not seem much, but it always requires some courage for a network to call the NFL, given the value of these football contracts.
Jim Nantz and Tony Romo make him a game.The advertising team did the best they could to concentrate in the field, after Nantz presented the transmission celebrating the idea that "we all united to see this game as a".And often, including the way the penalties were playing an important role in the result at the beginning.
Near the end, Nantz made a refreshingly honest evaluation of what the spectators have just seen."The game did not meet exaggeration," she said.
A message from the boss.Commercials really do not belong to this conversation, but nothing better approached the policy of the moment that Jeep's announcement, with Bruce Springsteen, who offered a discreet but worrying message about the unity and ordinary land."Fear has never been the best of who we are," Springsteen said pungent.For some, a commercial may not be the ideal place to face it, but it was the most direct attempt to recognize the dark clouds that delivered the United States in preparation for the game.
Amanda Gorman scores again.Frankly, there was room for skepticism about the poet-which also dazzled the presidential inauguration for the Super Bowl, but his ode to essential workers provided the perfect garnish for the prekickoff festivities.
Brady group.Another Super Bowl victory for Tom Brady, 43 -year -old elderly for Pro Sports standards, is a great story and, before the game, Nantz called the young battle of defenders Patrick Mahomes and Brady "The Ultimate Script", the advertisersThey exhibited unexpected restrictions for most of the night: capture the moment without incorrect exaggeration that Brady's triumph becameinevitable.
Weeknd is done during the Super Bowl 55 interval show of the NFL (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Or NFL anti -rulism PSA.NFL has delivered a solid public service advertise.
The headache in the interval.Oh Weeknd'sSHOW OF INTERVALESIt was incredibly visually busy, in a way that was distracted from music instead of improving it.The presentation may have seemed better at the stadium, but it was a kind of entertainment experience on television, conjuring a feeling of what the intervals program would look like as it would be if it would be if the avant -garde film David Lynch or Stanley Kubrick drives.
Vince Vince Lombardi returns ... for an animated conversation.Without any specific reason, the NFL has released a terrifying version generated by a legendary green coach Bay Packers to pronounce an exciting speech about overcoming adversity.The coach himself would have played who had the idea.
Balbuceos Study Team.The CBS Studio team had some notable loose balls, starting with an unnecessary version of the size of the Nickelodeon size of the most outstanding aspects of the break.Alicia Keys's powerful performance regarding racial justice for the game itself. "Social Needle," Brown began before moving to the collapse of a team.It is true that this is not an easy transition, but nevertheless, it seemed shocking.
Paramoud.Viacompbs, understandably wanted to promote its transmission service, but these points of climbing scaled of several talents of its various channels, very frequent and annoying.The result made a Topo of the Paramount mountain.