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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    name the only team to win all of their superbowl appearances.
    San Francisco? (That's a guess.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post
    San Francisco? (That's a guess.)
    along with the Bucs, Jets, Ravens, and Saints
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post
    San Francisco? (That's a guess.)
    and the right answer! :)

    Here's a hard one: since the Wild Card System began in 1970 only nine teams have advanced to the Superbowl as Wild Cards - and only three have actually won the Superbowl as Wild Cards. Name the three Wild Card Superbowl champs. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post
    along with the Bucs, Jets, Ravens, and Saints
    excuse me - I said Appearances - plural - not Appearance. :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    excuse me - I said Appearances - plural - not Appearance. :p
    :p I asked but w/e


    Steelers(XL), Giants(XLII), Ravens(XXXV), Broncos (XXXII), Raiders (XV), and Colts (XLI)
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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post
    what Super Bowl is referred to in Ace Venture that the Dolphins lost because the FG kicker kicked wide right...and who did they play and why was it wrong?
    Well, the reference was Scott Norwood missing the game winner in Super Bowl XXV. In the movie, the Dolphins lost to the 49ers by a FG. They also play the Eagles at the end of the movie. As for other things wrong:

    The Dolphins lost to SF 38-16, not close enough for a FG to matter.

    The Dolphins team photos were taken at Joe Robbie. Trouble is, Joe Robbie Stadium didn't open until 1987, the alleged game took place in 1984.
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    thought it was the Redskins in the strike shorten '83 season as it was Super Bowl 19
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    and the right answer! :)

    Here's a hard one: since the Wild Card System began in 1970 only nine teams have advanced to the Superbowl as Wild Cards - and only three have actually won the Superbowl as Wild Cards. Name the three Wild Card Superbowl champs. :)
    Well, taking away the fact that when the KC Chiefs won, they weren't a division winner but that was the last of the NFL-AFL Super Bowls. That said, wild card winners are:

    SB XV-Raiders 27-10 over the Eagles

    SB XXXII-Broncos 31-24 over the Packers

    SB XXXV-Ravens 34-7 over the Giants

    However, you err because actually 5 wild card teams have won. The other 2 being:

    SB XL-Steelers 21-10 over Seahags

    SB XLII-Giants 17-14 over the Patriots
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    Only 2 quarterbacks have lead 2 different teams to the Super Bowl. Who are they?
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    and Now the Packer 31-25 Super Bowl 45
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