Appearing in their third straight Super Bowl, the AFC powerhouse Buffalo Bills would square up against America’s Team, the Dallas Cowboys, in Super Bowl XXVII.
The final score of Super Bowl XXVII was 52-17, with the Cowboys walking away victorious. This Super Bowl was played in Pasadena, California at the Rose Bowl Stadium. The referee for the game was Dick Hantak and there were around 98,400 people in attendance for this exciting game on January 31, 1993.
The Dallas Cowboys went down in history during this Super Bowl because they recorded nine forced-turnovers. They also had a record of four interceptions and even lost five fumbles. The MVP of Super Bowl XXVII was Troy Aikman, quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys at the time. He ended up completing 22 out of 30 passes for 273 yards and four touchdowns.
During halftime of Super Bowl XXVII, Michael Jackson started a new trend, from here on out it would be all about getting top artists to perform at Super Bowl during halftime. This was to hopefully attract even more viewers to the Super Bowl each and every year. During Super Bowl XXVII there were around 90.99 million viewers and the cost of a 30 second commercial was around $850,000!