Super Bowl Winners Fared
Saturday, Jan. 5
Cincinnati at Houston, 4:30 (NBC)
Minnesota at Green Bay, 8 (NBC)
Sunday, Jan. 6
Indianapolis at Baltimore, 1 (CBS)
Seattle at Washington, 4:30 (FOX)
Saturday, Jan. 12
Baltimore, Indianapolis or Cincinnati at Denver, 4:30 (CBS)
Washington, Seattle or Green Bay at San Francisco, 8 (FOX)
Sunday, Jan. 13
Washington, Seattle or Minnesota at Atlanta, 1 (FOX)
Baltimore, Indianapolis or Houston at New England, 4:30 (CBS)
Sunday, Jan. 20
AFC, TBA (CBS)
NFC, TBA (FOX)
Sunday, Jan. 27
AFC vs. NFC, 7 (NBC)
Sunday, Feb. 3
At New Orleans
AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 6 (CBS)
Year Player, Team G Att Yards Avg. TD
1984 Eric Dickerson, L.A. Rams 16 379 2,105 5.6 14
2012 Adrian Peterson, Min. 16 348 2,097 6.0 12
2003 Jamal Lewis, Bal. 16 387 2,066 5.3 14
1997 Barry Sanders, Det. 16 335 2,053 6.1 11
1998 Terrell Davis, Den. 16 392 2,008 5.1 22
2009 Chris Johnson, Ten. 16 358 2,006 5.6 14
1973 O.J. Simpson, Buf. 14 332 2,003 6.0 12
Single Season TD Passes
Through, Dec. 30, 1012
Tom Brady, N.E. 2007 50
Peyton Manning, Ind 2004 49
Dan Marino, Mia. 1984 48
Drew Brees, N.O. 2011 46
Aaron Rodgers, G.B. 2011 45
Dan Marino, Mia. 1986 44
Drew Brees, N.O. 2012 43
Kurt Warner, StL 2000 41
Matthew Stafford, Det. 2011 41
Brett Favre, G.B. 1996 39
Tom Brady, N.E. 2011 39
Aaron Rodgers, G.B. 2012 39
How the Super Bowl winners fared in their next season:
2012—N.Y. Giants finished with a 9-7 record.
2011—Green Bay lost to N.Y. Giants 37-20 in NFC divisional playoff.
2010—New Orleans lost to Seattle 41-36 in NFC wild-card game.
2009—Pittsburgh finished third in AFC North division with an 9-7 record.
2008—N.Y. Giants lost to Philadelphia 23-11 in NFC divisional playoff.
2007—Indianapolis lost to San Diego 28-24 in AFC divisional playoff.
2006—Pittsburgh finished third in AFC North division with an 8-8 record.
2005—New England lost to Denver 27-13 in AFC divisional playoff.
2004—New England repeated and beat Philadelphia 24-21 in Super Bowl.
2003—Tampa Bay finished third in NFC South division with a 7-9 record.
2002—New England finished second in AFC East division with a 9-7 record.
2001—Baltimore lost to Pittsburgh 27-10 in AFC divisional playoff.
2000—St. Louis lost to New Orleans 31-28 in NFC wild-card game.
1999—Denver finished last in the AFC West division with a 6-10 record.
1998—Denver repeated and beat Atlanta 34-19 in Super Bowl.
1997—Green Bay lost to Denver 31-24 in Super Bowl.
1996—Dallas lost to Carolina 26-17 in NFC divisional playoff.
1995—San Francisco lost to Green Bay 27-17 in NFC divisional playoff.
1994—Dallas lost to San Francisco 38-28 in NFC championship.
1993—Dallas repeated and beat Buffalo 30-13 in Super Bowl.
1992—Washington lost to San Francisco 20-13 in NFC divisional playoff.
1991—N.Y. Giants finished fourth in NFC East division with an 8-8 record.
1990—San Francisco lost to N.Y. Giants 15-13 in NFC championship.
1989—San Francisco repeated and beat Denver 55-10 in Super Bowl.
1988—Washington finished third in NFC East division with a 7-9 record.
1987—N.Y. Giants finished last in NFC East division with a 6-9 record.
1986—Chicago lost to Washington 27-13 in NFC divisional playoff.
1985—San Francisco lost to N.Y. Giants 17-3 in NFC wild-card game.
1984—L.A. Raiders lost to Seattle 13-7 in AFC wild-card game.
1983—Washington lost to the Los Angeles Raiders 38-9 in Super Bowl.
1982—San Francisco finished eleventh in the conference with a 3-6 record.
1981—Oakland finished fourth in the Western division with a 7-9 record.
1980—Pittsburgh finished third in the Central division with a 9-7 record.
1979—Pittsburgh repeated and beat the Los Angeles Rams 31-19 in Super Bowl.
1978—Dallas lost to Pittsburgh 35-31 in Super Bowl.
1977—Oakland lost to Denver 20-17 in AFC Championship.
1976—Pittsburgh lost to Oakland 24-7 in AFC Championship.
1975—Pittsburgh repeated and beat Dallas 21-17 in Super Bowl.
1974—Miami lost to Oakland 28-26 in AFC divisional playoff.
1973—Miami repeated and beat Minnesota 24-7 in Super Bowl.
1972—Dallas lost to Washington 26-3 in NFC Championship.
1971—Baltimore lost to Miami 21-0 in AFC Championship.
1970—Kansas City finished second in the Western division with a 7-5-2 record.
1969—New York Jets lost to Kansas City 13-6 in AFL divisional playoff.
1968—Green Bay finished third in the Central divison with a 6-7-1 record.
1967—Green Bay repeated and beat Oakland 33-14 in Super Bowl.