Two of the most historic franchises in the NFL, going toe-to-toe at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona. The Road to Super Bowl 53 continues with Super Bowl XXX.
An epic showdown on the Road to 2019 Super Bowl between two of California's favorites, the San Francisco 49ers and San Diego Chargers squared off in Super Bowl XXIX.
For the very first time, two teams met in the Super Bowl for consecutive years, with the Dallas Cowboys facing the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVIII, the Bills' fourth-straight Super Bowl appearance.
As we begin to embark on Week 9 of the 2018 NFL season, we are officially halfway through the Road to Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta. So as we prepare to hit the home-stretch of the football season, what teams are looking like odds-on favorites to head to Atlanta in February 2019?
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.
Appearing in their second-straight Super Bowl, the two-time defending AFC Champion Buffalo Bills would show off against the Washington Redskins. The Road to the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta heads to Minneapolis for Super Bowl XXVI.
Appearing in their second-straight Super Bowl on the Road to Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta 2019, the two-time defending AFC Champion Buffalo Bills would show off against the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XXVI.
After several years spent rebuilding, the San Francisco 49ers are looking to rebound in 2018 with a new, young squad. In 1990, however, the iconic San Francisco 49ers franchise was squaring off against the Denver Broncos in their second-straight Super Bowl appearance. The road to the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta takes us once again through New Orleans, as we reminisce on Super Bowl XXIV.
Reliving one of the most iconic drives in the history of the Super Bowl, the Road to the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta leads us to Super bowl XXIII between the San Francisco 49ers and Cincinnati Bengals.
Something the team would like to duplicate on the Road to Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta, an unlikely hero took the reins for the Washington Redskins in 1988, as the team would make their fourth Super Bowl appearance against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXII.