Greatest Super Bowl-winning offenses

Cold, Hard Football Facts for Feb 18, 2007



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Some teams score more often than Tom Brady at a horny housewives' convention. But it usually takes a truly great team – one with looks and money (i.e., a defense) – to score with both Hollywood starlets and Brazilian supermodels (i.e., win a Super Bowl).
 
Here's a look at the most prolific offenses that went on to win a Super Bowl. If you want to see a list of all the most productive offenses of the Super Bowl Era, you'll find that here.
 
GREATEST SUPER BOWL-WINNING OFFENSES
Team
Record
Points Scored
PPG
1999 Rams
13-3
526
32.88
1994 49ers
13-3
505
31.56
1998 Broncos
14-2
501
31.31
1991 Redskins
14-2
485
30.31
1968 Jets
11-3
419
29.93
 
No surprise here: The 1999 Rams, the Greatest Show on Turf, fielded the most prolific offense ever to win a Super Bowl. They rank as the No. 5 offense of the Super Bowl Era. But all four of the teams ahead of them, including the 2000 Rams, failed to win the Super Bowl.
 
In fact, that 1999 Rams squad was the most dominant team ever to win a Super Bowl. They outscored their opponents that year by an average of nearly 18 PPG. But, as we noted elsewhere, they faced a ridiculously easy schedule that season.
 
What is surprising is that just those 1999 Rams are the only one of the 10 most prolific offenses of the past 41 years that went on to win the Super Bowl.

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