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The Superbowl (Grade 8)

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The Superbowl

Which team has won the most Superbowls in NFL history?
  1. San Francisco 49ers
  2. Miami Dolphins
  3. Dallas Cowboys and NY Giants (tied at 6 each)
  4. New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers (tied at 6 each)
Which of these teams has NEVER won a Superbowl?
  1. Minnesota Vikings
  2. Philadelphia Eagles
  3. Seattle Seahawks
  4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
What team blew the biggest lead in Superbowl history, losing 34-28 in overtime after coughing up a 25-point lead with just six minutes left in the third quarter?
  1. Philadelphia Eagles
  2. NY Giants
  3. Atlanta Falcons
  4. Denver Broncos
What NFL head coach has the most Superbowl appearances?
  1. Chuck Knoll
  2. Bill Belichick
  3. Don Shula
  4. Tom Landry
Which of these quarterbacks is a Superbowl MVP?
  1. Jim Kelly
  2. Dan Fouts
  3. Russell Wilson
  4. Nick Foles
Who has the most passing yards in a single Superbowl game?
  1. Kurt Warner
  2. Tom Brady
  3. Nick Foles
  4. Joe Montana
What year was the first Superbowl held and which team won?
  1. 1965, Green Bay Packers
  2. 1966, Green Bay Packers
  3. 1967, Green Bay Packers
  4. 1968, Green Bay Packers
Which city has hosted the most Superbowls?
  1. Miami
  2. New Orleans
  3. Los Angeles
  4. Green Bay
Which of these famous plays did NOT happen in a Superbowl?
  1. Wide Right
  2. the Immaculate Reception
  3. the Helmet Catch
  4. the Philly Special
Who holds the record for the most rushing yards in a Superbowl when he ran for 204 yards in Superbowl XXII on January 31, 1988?
  1. Terrell Davis
  2. Emmitt Smith
  3. Marcus Allen
  4. Timmy Smith
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