Super Bowl History

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Super Bowl XLIII: Steelers vs. Cardinals

On Sunday, Feb. 1, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Arizona Cardinals will take the field at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium to play Super Bowl XLIII. Learn the history of the game, and find the best sources for news, stats and analysis from mainstream media sites, independent sites and fan blogs.

Super Bowl History

Learn the history of the game's creation and find recaps, stats and video from the first 42 Super Bowls.

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  • Although Super Bowl XLIII is being played in 2009, it is considered the 2008 Super Bowl. The same convention applies to all previous Super Bowls.
  • The first two Super Bowls were called the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game.” The first game to be called the “Super Bowl” was Super Bowl III, when Joe Namath and the New York Jets pulled a stunning upset of the Baltimore Colts.

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Super Bowl News, Stats, Analysis and Multimedia

NFL.com and large sports outlets provide comprehensive coverage of the NFL, including news, stats, commentary and multimedia.

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Super Bowl Analysis and Commentary

There are many Web sites dedicated to providing interesting commentary the NFL.

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  • Use blogrolls, a list of links to recommended blogs usually located in a side menu, to find other blogs covering similar topics.

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Super Bowl News and Analysis From Aggregators

News aggregators and social networking sites allow you to find a wide range of articles and multimedia from around the Web.

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Steelers Mainstream Media Coverage

Pittsburgh newspapers and radio stations offer local coverage of the Steelers, with writers and commentators who are knowledgeable about the team.

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Steelers Blogs and Fan Sites

Steelers fans are some of the most loyal and intense fans in the NFL, and there is no shortage of blogs and fan sites.

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Cardinals Mainstream Media Coverage

Arizona newspapers and radio stations offer local coverage of the Cardinals, with writers and commentators who are knowledgeable about the team.

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Cardinals Blogs and Fan Sites

Nobody understands the Cardinals better than the loyal fans who have suffered through 20 years of mostly terrible football.

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