Do both teams get Super Bowl rings for playing in the Super Bowl?

Answer Yes, both teams earn rings for competing in the Super Bowl. The NFL pays for up to 150 rings at $5,000 per ring (as of 2010) for the winning team. The losing team also gets up to 150 rings, but th... Read More »

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How was the first Super Bowl different from the Super Bowl today?

The first Super Bowl wasn't called the Super Bowl. The Jan. 15, 1967, game was a meeting between two rival pro football leagues. It was a far cry from the mega-event in the 21st century.The NameThe... Read More »

Who was the mvp in super bowl vii?

Jake Scott, a defensive back for the Miami Dolphins, was the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl VII. Scott intercepted two passes, with one in the end zone late in the contest, as Miami won the gam... Read More »

Who was the MVP of Super Bowl VI?

Super Bowl VI was played between the Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins on January 17, 1972. Roger Staubach, the Cowboy's quarterback, was named MVP with 119 yards passing and two touchdowns.Source:... Read More »

Who was the MVP of Super Bowl XV?

Oakland Raiders quarterback Jim Plunkett was named the most valuable player of Super Bowl XV--held Jan. 25,1981--after completing 13 of 21 passes for 261 yards and three touchdowns. Plunkett's perf... Read More »