Super Bowl Trivia For Avid NFL Fans

Jake Cooper - 03 Feb 2022

With the Super Bowl set for kick off on February the 13 2022 at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, NFL fans are abuzz with excitement. The announcement of Tom Brady’s retirement has already created a buzz, but there’s a lot more going in the sport that’s just as intriguing.

  1. Which player holds the record for the most fumbles in a Super Bowl?

Roger Staubach. He had the misfortune of having coughed up the ball five times in four Super Bowl appearances.

  1. Which player holds the record for being the only starting QB to win a Super Bowl with two different teams?

Peyton Manning. He won the 2007 Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts, and the 2006 edition of the event with the Denver Broncos.

  1. In Super Bowl XLVIII, a certain team scored a safety just 7 seconds into the game. Who was that team?

The Seahawks. This means they hold the record for the quickest score in the history of the Super Bowl.

  1. Only a single Super Bowl was ever simulcast in the US by two networks. Which one was it?

Super Bowl I. At the time, NBC owned the rights to televise AFL games nationally. But since CBS held the rights to broadcast NFL games, both networks were permitted to televise the first Super Bowl.

  1. At Super Bowl XIV, a certain well-known product was featured in an ad starring Mean Joe Greene. What was the product advertised?

Perhaps not surprisingly, the product was Coca-Cola.

  1. Which team had the particular misfortune of losing three (and then four!) Super Bowls in a row?

The Buffalo Bills.

Missing Ingredients And Blackouts

  1. A traditional ingredient was strangely missing from Super Bowl XLV. What was it?

The cheerleaders. This happened after the Packers and Steelers both dissolved their squads leading up to the 2010 NFL season.

  1. On Jan. 29, 1995, a certain team became the first ever to win five Super Bowls. Who was that team?

The San Francisco 49ers. They won their record fifth Super Bowl when they pipped the San Diego Chargers 49-26 to the post during Super Bowl XXIX.

  1. Which NFL player and famous QB holds the record for the most Super Bowls completed in a row?

Tom Brady – naturally. In Super Bowl XLVI, Brady put his name to a record 16 consecutive passes against the New York Giants.

  1. Who performed the national anthem at Super Bowl XVIII?

Barry Manilow.

  1. During Super Bowl XLVII, something interrupted play for 34 minutes. What was it?

A power outage occurred during that year’s third quarter. It earned the game the nickname of “Blackout Bowl”.

  1. Legendary broadcaster John Madden was involved in several Super Bowl broadcasts throughout his career. How many?

13. He participated in 12 as a colour commentator, and in 1 as pregame analyst. uses cookies to give the best experience possible. Please read our Cookie Policy for more details