The Philadelphia Eagles will meet the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 57, but how has each NFL team fared on the sport’s biggest stage? We’ll organize the Super Bowl records by team for you, from 1967 to the present day.
And if you want to cut to the chase to see who has won the most championships, we have your most prolific Super Bowl winners covered.
Super Bowl Records by Team
Arizona Cardinals 0-1
Kurt Warner and the 2008 Cardinals manufactured a 16-point rally after going down 20-7 to the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, Santonio Holmes’ acrobatic TD with 35 seconds remaining edged out the Cardinals 27-23 in their only Super Bowl berth.
Atlanta Falcons 0-2
The Dirty Birds of the 1998 season made it to the Super Bowl, falling short to the John Elway-led Denver Broncos. The “28-3” game vs. the Patriots at Super Bowl LI probably still leaves a bitter taste in the mouth of Falcons fans (yep, I better stop talking).
Baltimore Ravens 2-0
The 2000 Ravens, led by an all-time defense featuring Ray Lewis, hoisted the Lombardi Trophy. Twelve years later, Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh would defeat his brother Jim (coach of the 49ers) to secure the organization’s second title.
Buffalo Bills 0-4
Bills fans, go to a happy place for a moment while I explain to everyone else what happened in the early 90s. Despite the Herculean effort of qualifying for four consecutive Super Bowls from the 1990-1993 seasons, the Bills lost each title game.
Carolina Panthers 0-2
The Panthers have fallen twice in their shorter-than-others team history. The 2003 outfit led by Jake Delhomme fell to the Patriots, while the Cam Newton-led Panthers squad (who finished 15-1 in the regular season) ran into a punishing Broncos defense, succumbing to Peyton Manning and Co. 24-10.
Chicago Bears 1-1
The 1985 Bears, featuring one of the most vaunted defenses in NFL history, clobbered the Patriots 46-10. The 2006 Chicago team began their quest for a Super Bowl with a Devin Hester kickoff return TD. But it wasn’t enough to overcome Peyton Manning and Co. — the Colts would win 29-17 over Rex Grossman and the Bears.
Cincinnati Bengals 0-3
Before Joe Burrow led Cincy to a Super Bowl berth after the 2021 season (losing a heartbreaker to the LA Rams), the Bengals lost to the 49ers in the Super Bowl after the 1981 and 1988 seasons by a combined nine points.
Cleveland Browns 0-0
Hide your eyes, Browns fans. You haven’t made it to a Super Bowl…yet.
Dallas Cowboys 5-3
The Cowboys have one of the most prolific win/loss records in Super Bowl history, but all of it occurred during or before the 1995 season. Their last Super Bowl berth resulted in a victory — a 27-17 victory over the Steelers.
Denver Broncos 3-5
Vikings and Bills fans, there is hope. The Broncos began with four Super Bowl losses before getting the monkey off their back — and they’d win back-to-back titles (1997 and 1998 seasons). Peyton Manning helped lead them to their most recent Lombardi during the 2015 season.
Detroit Lions 0-0
Hide your eyes, Lions fans. You haven’t made it to a Super Bowl…yet.
Green Bay Packers 4-1
The 1997 Packers team has the only blemish on Green Bay’s Super Bowl record, losing to the Elway-led Broncos 31-24. Since 1993, they’ve only missed the playoffs eight times. The Packers signify long-term winning as much as any team in the NFL.
Houston Texans 0-0
Hide your eyes, Texans fans. You haven’t made it to a Super Bowl…yet.
Indianapolis Colts 2-2
The 1970 and 2006 seasons saw the Colts bring home titles. Tony Dungy, Manning, Joseph Addai, and Marvin Harrison were just a few names that helped hoist the Lombardi as part of that early 2000s Colts dynasty.
Jacksonville Jaguars 0-0
Hide your eyes, Jaguars fans. You haven’t made it to a Super Bowl…yet. You’ve come close to making it though, including the 2017 season, where you came up just short in Foxborough against the New England Patriots.
Kansas City Chiefs 2-2
The Chiefs are relative fixtures in the playoffs in modern football, but their championships are separated by half a century. The 2019 season saw the Chiefs beat the 49ers for Andy Reid’s first title as a coach.
Las Vegas Raiders 3-2
The Raiders made their Super Bowl mark in the 70s and early 80s, winning titles after the 1976, 1980, and 1983 seasons. The Raiders’ last Super Bowl appearance (2002) involved their former coach Jon Gruden getting the better of them.
Los Angeles Chargers 0-1
The Chargers had a chance to win a title at the end of the 1994 season, but the 49ers’ offensive juggernaut couldn’t be slowed down. The lack of Super Bowl appearances does have me concerned about the average layperson knowing the beauty of the Chargers’ jerseys.
Los Angeles Rams 2-3
My oh my, things can change dramatically in the National Football League, evidenced by the Rams’ 2021 and 2022 seasons. The Rams also brought home a title after the 1999 season, highlighted by the offensive skill of Kurt Warner, Marshall Faulk, Torry Holt, and Isaac Bruce.
Miami Dolphins 2-3
The Dolphins may have the notoriety for the undefeated 1972 season, but recent memory has not been kind to their Super Bowl aspirations. The 1984 season was the last Super Bowl berth — while Dan Marino rewrote the record books, getting back to the Super Bowl proved a difficult task.
Minnesota Vikings 0-4
As aforementioned, the Broncos started off 0-4 and then won back-to-back championships. There is hope! The late 60s and the entire 70s were defined by the Vikings’ regular-season success, but they’d ultimately come up short in their title contests.
New England Patriots 6-5
Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and some stingy Patriots defenses helped build the biggest dynasty the sport has known. New England didn’t qualify for the playoffs this year — it feels almost weird to not see them contending for a Lombardi Trophy.
New Orleans Saints 1-0
The Saints capped off a magical season on the heels of Hurricane Katrina, taking the entire city of New Orleans with it. Drew Brees outdueled Peyton Manning, and the Saints would win their only Super Bowl appearance 31-17.
New York Giants 4-1
One of the most accomplished Super Bowl records in NFL history, the Giants have been able to play the role of David and Goliath during their Super Bowl victories. Their last two Super Bowl wins involved winning against the Tom Brady-led Patriots.
New York Jets 1-0
Undefeated in the Super Bowl, and the win coming as the biggest underdog in NFL playoff history (and the underdog QB guaranteeing victory no less). The Jets might have it rough right now, but there aren’t many better stories in the sport than this one.
Philadelphia Eagles 1-2
I’m sure Eagles fans would like to make this a .500 record after this year’s contest in Glendale, Arizona. The Eagles were a relative staple in the playoffs in the 2000s, but the Super Bowl win after the 2017 season gave the City of Brotherly Love its first title in team history.
Pittsburgh Steelers 6-2
Their towels might be terrible, but the Steelers’ Super Bowl win/loss record certainly isn’t. The 2008 Steelers, on the back of James Harrison’s incredible 100-yard interception return, took down the Arizona Cardinals to win 27-23.
San Francisco 49ers 5-2
The 49ers won their first five Super Bowl appearances — wow! Three titles with Bill Walsh, two with George Seifert. However, eventually, what goes up must come down. San Fran lost title games to the Chiefs and Ravens in the 2019 and 2012 seasons, respectively.
Seattle Seahawks 1-2
The Seahawks’ first attempt at a Lombardi Trophy fell short to the Steelers in a game in which Big Ben became the youngest QB to win a Super Bowl in league history. Seattle made two consecutive trips to play February football less than a decade later, when the team’s legendary Legion of Boom defense and a young Russell Wilson took the league by storm.
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In the 2013 season, the Seahawks stymied a record-breaking Denver Broncos offense in a 43-8 victory before falling to Tom Brady’s Patriots due to the infamous Malcolm Butler goal-line interception 364 days later.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-0
It took the Bucs nearly 30 years to reach a Super Bowl from the team’s inception in 1974, but Tampa is 2-0 in the big game, winning both of its attempts in overwhelming fashion.
Tampa Bay’s first victory came in the Jon Gruden Revenge Bowl, where the head coach and the Bucs drubbed his former team, the Oakland Raiders, by way of a 48-21 rout. The Bucs’ second Super Bowl victory featured a 31-9 thrashing of the Chiefs in the 2020 season.
Tennessee Titans 0-1
The team’s lone Super Bowl appearance came during the 1999 season, when quarterback Steve McNair and Co. fell to the Greatest Shown on Turf. The St. Louis Rams’ incredible offensive cast was held to just 23 points, but the Titans mustered just 16 of their own, not enough to take home a Lombardi Trophy.
Washington Commanders 3-2
Washington has battled for the Lombardi Trophy five times in the team’s storied history, though it’s been quite a while since their last Super Bowl appearance. The team’s first ill-fated attempt came against the Dolphins and their still-unmatched perfect season.
Washington then made the big game four times in a 10-year span, avenging their loss to Miami with a victory in the ’82 season, followed by a loss to the Raiders the next year, a win over the Broncos in the ’87 season, and a victory over the Bills in ’91.