NFL
Championship Rings

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Championship Rings

NFL
Championship Rings

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Championship Rings

 

Super Bowl I

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Super Bowl II

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Super Bowl IV

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Super Bowl V

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Super Bowl VII

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Super Bowl VIII

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Super Bowl IX

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Super Bowl XI

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Super Bowl XI

Oakland 32, Minnesota 14
MVP: Fred Biletnikoff, WR, Oakland

 

The Oakland Raiders win their first NFL championship, clinched by two fourth-quarter interceptions. One sets up Banaszak's second touchdown run, the other results in cornerback Willie Brown's Super Bowl-record 75-yard interception return.

 

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Super Bowl XII

Super Bowl XII >

Super Bowl XII

Dallas 27, Denver 10
Co-MVPs: Randy White, DT, and Harvey Martin, DE, Dallas

 

Harvey Martin and Randy White who are named co-most valuable players, lead the Cowboys defense, which recovers four fumbles and intercepts four passes. Dallas clinches the victory when running back Robert Newhouse tosses a 29-yard touchdown pass to Golden Richards with 7:04 remaining in the game.

 

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Super Bowl XIII

Super Bowl XIII >

Super Bowl XIII

Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31
MVP: Terry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh

 

Terry Bradshaw passes for a record four touchdowns to lead the Steelers to victory. The Steelers become the first team to win three Super Bowls, mostly because of Bradshaw's accurate arm.

 

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Super Bowl XIV

Super Bowl XIV >

Super Bowl XIV

Pittsburgh 31, Los Angeles 19
MVP: Terry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh

 

Terry Bradshaw completes 14 of 21 passes for 309 yards and sets two more passing records as the Steelers became the first team to win four Super Bowls. On Pittsburgh's initial possession of the final period, Bradshaw lofted a 73-yard scoring pass to John Stallworth to put the Steelers in front to stay 24-19.

 

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Super Bowl XV

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Super Bowl XVII

Super Bowl XVII >

Super Bowl XVIII

Super Bowl XVIII >

Super Bowl XIX

Super Bowl XIX >

Super Bowl XIX

San Francisco 38, Miami 16
MVP: Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco

 

Joe Montana completes 24 of 35 passes for a Super Bowl-record 331 yards and three touchdowns to top the Dolphins and Dan Marino in a much-anticipated quarterback duel. The San Francisco 49ers capture their second Super Bowl title with a dominating offense and a defense that tamed Miami's explosive passing attack.

 

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Super Bowl XX

Super Bowl XX >

 

Super Bowl XXI

Super Bowl XXI >

Super Bowl XXIII

Super Bowl XXIII >

Super Bowl XXIV

Super Bowl XXIV >

Super Bowl XXXI

Super Bowl XXXI >

 

Super Bowl XXXIII

Super Bowl XXXIII >

Super Bowl XXXIII

Denver 34, Atlanta 19
MVP: John Elway, QB, Denver

 

In his final game, John Elway earns MVP honors, passing for 336 yards and running for a touchdown to lead the Broncos past the outmatched Falcons. Denver's Darrien Gordon dashes the Falcons' hopes of a rally with interceptions on consecutive possessions inside the Broncos 20 to stop drives and set up Broncos touchdowns.

 

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Super Bowl XXXIV

Super Bowl XXXIV >

Super Bowl XXXIV

St. Louis 23, Tennessee 16
MVP: Kurt Warner, QB, St. Louis

 

In a game of inches, Mike Jones tackles the Titans Kevin Dyson at the 1-yard line as time expires, preserving the Rams first-ever Super Bowl title. Warner goes 24 of 45 for a Super Bowl-record 414 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Titans were the first team to come back from a 16-point deficit.

 

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Super Bowl XXXV

Super Bowl XXXV >

Super Bowl XXXV

Baltimore 34, N.Y. Giants 7
MVP: Ray Lewis, LB, Baltimore

 

The Ravens defense completes a dominating season by permitting just 152 yards, forcing 5 turnovers, recording 4 sacks, and not allowing an offensive touchdown en route to the franchise's first Super Bowl victory.

 

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Super Bowl XXXVI

Super Bowl XXXVI >

Super Bowl XXXVI

New England 20, St. Louis 17
MVP: Tom Brady, QB, New England

 

Adam Vinatieri's dramatic 48-yard field goal as time expires gives the New England Patriots their first Super Bowl title. This marks the first time in Super Bowl history the game has been won on the final play. The Rams outgained the Patriots 427-267 in total yards, but the Patriots forced three turnovers, which resulted in 17 points, while committing no turnovers.

 

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Super Bowl XXXVIII

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Super Bowl XXXIX

Super Bowl XXXIX >

Super Bowl XXXIX

New England 24, Philadelphia 21
MVP: Deion Branch, WR, New England

 

For the third time in four years, the New England Patriots are the World Champions. It came down to a last ditch effort by a strong Eagles team whose defense held New England to seven points in the first half but lost a little of its edge in the second letting New England take the advantage; scoring 17 to Philly's 14 to secure SuperBowl XXXIX.

 

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Super Bowl XL

Super Bowl XL >

Super Bowl XL

Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10
MVP: Hines Ward, WR, Pittsburgh

 

Paint this Super Bowl black and gold. With a whole lot of satisfaction for Jerome Bettis, Bill Cowher and his Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers 21-10 victory in the Super Bowl was their record-tying fifth, but the first since 1980 and the first ever for Bettis and Cowher.

 

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Super Bowl XLIII

Super Bowl XLIII >

Super Bowl XLIII

Pittsburgh 27, Arizona 23
MVP: Santonio Holmes, WR, Pittsburgh

 

With 35 seconds on the clock, the 6-yard pass from Ben Roethlisberger to Santonio Holmes capped the Steelers historic 6th Super Bowl victory. The Steelers became the first team in NFL history to reach the milestone.

 

NOTE: The championship rings displayed here are not available for purchase by the general public.

 

Super Bowl XLV

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Super Bowl XLVII

Super Bowl XLVII >

 
 

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