The history of the Super Cup is one of the most unique things about the sport of football.
It has existed in its current form for almost a century and the history of each team is a living document.
So it comes as no surprise that the Superbowl has been one of football’s biggest draws since it was created.
The first Super Bowl was played in Chicago in 1952.
The last was played on January 1, 1963 in New Orleans.
The NFL is scheduled to play three more in 2019.
The most recent of those games took place in New England in January 2018.
The Super Bowl, which was originally played in Atlanta in 1949, has had some very significant winners and losers over the years.
It is one that is never the same after a team wins.
The first Superbowl champion to miss the playoffs was the Baltimore Colts in 1949.
That team won the first championship in NFL history, the Lombardi Trophy.
The Colts went on to win the Super Basket in 1954 and the championship game in 1956.
The team that ended up with the second Lombardi trophy in 1956 was the New England Patriots.
They went on a 23-game winning streak to win it in 1959.
The next season, they won it in 1960, and again in 1963.
The last team to win a Super Bowl and be crowned champion was the Seattle Seahawks in 1971.
The team that came in second was the Buffalo Bills in 1972.
In 1973, the New Orleans Saints won the title, but the following year the Patriots came back from a 21-point deficit to win in overtime.
In 2017, the Denver Broncos defeated the Atlanta Falcons to win their third Super Bowl.
The Patriots were the champions, but that was the only time that happened.
The 2017 Super Bowl featured one of many close calls.
In a game that saw the Denver defense struggle to slow down the Atlanta offense, the Falcons went on an incredible run to beat the Broncos 41-21 in overtime in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
The Falcons went 13-0 that year.
The game was one of five overtime games in Super Bowl history, and only the Superdome and the 2002 Super Bowl between the Indianapolis Colts and the Miami Dolphins came close to being as close as the 2017 game.
The New England defense had a huge edge that year, but this time, they were going to have to hold off the Falcons and hope that the Patriots defense couldn’t overcome a 21 point deficit.
The Patriots won their fourth Super Bowl title that year in overtime, but it was the third time that a game had been decided by four points or fewer.
The Broncos came back to beat them in overtime twice.
The other time, in the 2003 NFC Championship Game, the Patriots led 24-10 with less than two minutes remaining.
After winning their third championship in 2015, the Houston Texans took home the title in Houston in 2018.
The defense struggled to stop the Patriots offense in a playoff game that season, and the Texans fell to the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship.
The Texans went on the road to face the New York Giants in a game where the defense and offense combined to give up a total of 2,849 yards and 19 touchdowns to the Packers.
The 2015 Patriots won the Superbowl in New York, and this time the defense was not able to hold them off.
The Packers scored on their way to victory in the Super Dome.
In the Super bowl, the defense came out and shut down New England and the offense, giving up just 6 points and two touchdowns in the game.
The offense scored a combined 5 points and had just 1 sack in the win.
The New England offense went on and won the next two Super Bowls, and in 2018, the offense scored 41 touchdowns and just 4 interceptions in the four games.
The 2016 Patriots won another Super Bowl in New Jersey, but in the process of doing so, they also took home another Lombardi.
The 2015 defense, which played well enough that the offense could win the game on its own, fell apart on its way to a 10-6 record.
The 2016 offense finished with 5,823 yards and just 28 touchdowns in a season that was just the fifth time in NFL playoff history that a team finished with fewer than 5,000 yards and fewer than 25 touchdowns.
The Steelers won the 2016 Super Bowl with a defensive performance that would have made the Patriots proud.
The Steelers were the defending Super Bowl champions and the best defense in the NFL.
The Super Bowl MVP in this year’s championship game was defensive tackle Vince Wilfork, who had just three sacks in the regular season.
In addition to the two sacks Wilfork had in the first half, he had two other sacks, a hit on Patriots running back James White and a sack on running back LeGarrette Blount.
The offensive line had five sacks, including one on Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams, and one on wide receiver Antonio Brown.
The best defensive performance of the year was by the Patriots’ defense.
The defensive performance