Positioning each of the 54 Super Bowls, 54-1: Here’s the place where we put Chiefs’ success over 49ers, just as each other major game

The bar has been set high; ideally Super Bowl LV in Tampa will satisfy it

For simply the third time since 2001, we have gone two years without the New England Patriots showing up in a Super Bowl. Yet, we were unable to get away from those Pesky Pats totally, on the grounds that Tom Brady dropped in on the gathering in a privateer ensemble. Luckily, the matchup pits Brady, ruler of the NFL line, against a future possibility to take the seat in Patrick Mahomes. That mix should bring about a lot of show, in light of on Brady’s set of experiences in a definitive game and how the Chiefs-49ers a year ago worked out.

My conjecture is the point at which I discharge this rundown one year from now we see Mahomes-Brady high on the rundown. We’ve been fortunate to see some amazing title games lately, from Patriots-Giants I to Patriots-Giants II to Patriots-Seahawks to Patriots-Falcons to Patriots-Eagles (notice a pattern?). Each time you think you realize which Super Bowls have been the best ever, another tags along to submit itself among the best of the best.

Bosses 49ers didn’t vault to the top like a portion of those epic fights, yet it checks in beautiful high, positioning so far another staggering standoff in the Golden Age of Super Bowls.

It wasn’t care for there weren’t a lot of energizing rebound triumphs in the more seasoned days, it’s simply that groups couldn’t illuminate the scoreboard as habitually as they can now. So remember that when you’re taking a gander at this complete positioning of every one of the 53 Super Bowl matchups up until now. We need show, we need to and fro, we need rebounds, we need force.

A ton of times once upon a time, and truly not until the most recent 20 years, the Super Bowl didn’t convey in how we would have preferred it to. The turn of the century, and the coming of the Pats line, turned things a considerable amount. Since 1999 we’ve seen a lot of wild games. Hopefully we get another this year.

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San Francisco 49ers 49, San Diego Chargers 26

Steve Young tossed six score passes and the Niners almost draped a 50 burger in a Super Bowl, destroying the Chargers in a game that didn’t feel this nearby.

Beginning to end the Seahawks protection totally overwhelmed Peyton Manning and the supported Broncos’ noteworthy offense. An outright pummeling that nobody saw coming.

San Francisco 49ers 55, Denver Broncos 10

An outright impacting that was crazy by halftime (27-3) as an absolutely prevailing Niners crew that was stacked on the two sides of the ball just beat up on an overmatched Broncos group. Predominance is fun yet not when you need an epic game. The Broncos were really the top protective group in football here.

Baltimore Ravens 34, New York Giants 7

The Giants had the tables turned on them subsequent to obliterating the Vikings 41-0 in the NFC Championship game, getting totally snuffed out by the Ravens in the title game. I generally consider the affirmed $20,000 preseason wager Phil Mickelson put on the Ravens to win it all when I think about this game.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48, Oakland Raiders 21

The Jon Gruden Bowl sent the Raiders spiraling (they wouldn’t re-visitation of the end of the season games until 2016!) following a staggering victory. The Bucs’ safeguard choked out the ground-breaking Raiders offense. It’s not reasonable that Rich Gannon and that offense are recollected by this game. They were staggering.

Washington Redskins 42, Denver Broncos 10

Doug Williams turned into the main African-American quarterback to begin, and in the wake of following 10-0 in the principal quarter, the Redskins reacted with a ridiculous 42 unanswered focuses, 35 in the subsequent quarter. This was not a thrill ride in the subsequent half.

Dallas Cowboys 52, Buffalo Bills 17

This game ought to have been 59-17 aside from Don Beebe pursuing down Leon Lett late to prevent the Cowboys from scoring once more. Else, it was a depantsing that included Jim Kelly getting injured (Frank Reich supplanted him) and Troy Aikman going 22 for 30 for 273 yards and four score passes to launch the Cowboys line of the ’90s.

Kansas City Chiefs 23, Minnesota Vikings 7

Hank Stram’s Chiefs took care of the Vikings, snuffing out the hurrying assault in a game with pretty messy climate. Amicable update that Len Dawson is astonishing.

Miami Dolphins 24, Minnesota Vikings 7

Sway Griese finished more than 85 percent of his passes in this game, finishing six of his seven endeavors. The Dolphins took care of Larry Csonka the ball multiple times for 145 yards and drove 24-0 going into the final quarter.

Dallas Cowboys 27, Denver Broncos 10

The Broncos were never actually any nearer than 10 focuses in this game and Craig Morton’s 4-for-15, 39-yard, four-interference execution sort of summarized Denver’s work.

Bart Starr finished 16 of 23 passes for 250 yards and a couple of scores, and the combo of Zeke Bratkowski/Jim Taylor scrambled for another three scores in a game that was rarely close. Be that as it may, it began an awesome convention and it included a man named Zeke Bratkowski.

The Bills shut this game to a two-score issue, yet the Redskins were impacting them 24-0 in the second from last quarter and 37-10 in the fourth. Fun truth: Millions of kids requested their folks change the channel during halftime from CBS to Fox to watch Jim Carrey show up as Fire Marshall Bill on a halftime adaptation of “In Living Color.”