Throwback Thursday: Super Bowl Trivia Edition
By Joe Caporoso on Thursday, January 30 2014

1. The player with the most Super Bowl rings is defensive end Charles Haley, who won two with San Francisco and three with Dallas.

2. Among QBs, Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw have the most rings with four each.

3. Only three players have scored touchdowns for multiple teams in the Super Bowl: Ricky Proehl, Mushin Muhammad and Jerry Rice.

4. Quarterback Bob Griese only threw seven passes in the Dolphins' Super Bowl VII victory!

5. The longest play in Super Bowl history happened last year when Jacoby Jones returned a kick 108 yards for a touchdown.

6. Pittsburgh vs. Dallas has been the most frequent matchup in the Super Bowl, with three total meetings between them.

7. The largest margin of victory came in Super Bowl XXIV when the San Francisco 49ers beat the Denver Broncos by 45 points (55-10).

8. Chuck Noll is the coach with the most Super Bowl wins with four.

9. There has never been a shutout or an overtime game in the Super Bowl. 

10. Only four teams have never played in a Super Bowl: Cleveland, Detroit, Jacksonville and Houston.

11. Joe Gibbs won a Super Bowl with three different quarterbacks: Joe Theismann, Doug Williams and Mark Rypien.

12. The oldest coach to win a Super Bowl? Tom Coughlin at 65. The youngest coach to win a Super Bowl? Mike Tomlin at 36.

13. Super Bowl XLVI between the New York Giants and New England Patriots was the most-watched Super Bowl.

14. Check out these random Super Bowl MVPs: Dexter Jackson (Safety, Tampa Bay), Larry Brown (Cornerback, Dallas), Desmond Howard (kick returner, Green Bay), Deion Branch (Wide Receiver, New England), Ottis Anderson (Running Back, New York Giants).

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