Friday, August 28, 2015

Going Across Conference Lines

NFC may have another Super Bowl coming

Going Across Conference Lines


This season, for just the ninth time since the 1970 meger, the NFC won the interconfernence regular season series against the AFC. And the last seven times the NFC did that, it's representative also captured the Super Bowl.

Those nine season:

 Season    Record  SB Winner  SB Loser    Score
 1970  27-12-1   Colts (AFC)  Cowboys  16-13
 1971  23-15-2  Cowboys (NFC)  Dolphins  24-  3
 1981  28-24  49ers (NFC)  Bengals  26-21
 1989  28-24  49ers (NFC)  Broncos  55-10
 1991  33-19  Redskins (NFC)  Bills  37-24
 1992  30-22  Cowboys (NFC)  Bills  52-17
 1994  27-25  49ers (NFC)  Chargers  49-26
 1995  33-27  Cowboys (NFC)  Steelers  27-17
 2011  33-31  —  —  —
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