Biggest Blowouts in Super Bowl History

Biggest Blowouts in Super Bowl History


Super Bowl LV promised to be a competitive game, with just a 3-point spread separating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs before the game.

The Bucs clearly didn't get the memo, though, jumping out to a 19-point (28-9) lead.

To see where this game could rank historically, here are the biggest blowouts in Super Bowl history.

Biggest Super Bowl Blowouts of All Time

10. Super Bowl XXIX (23 Points)

Date: Jan. 29, 1995
Final: San Diego Chargers 26 | San Francisco 49ers 49

9. Super Bowl I (25 Points)

Date: Jan. 15, 1967
Final: Kansas City Chiefs 10 | Green Bay Packers 35

8. Super Bowl XXXV (27 Points)

Date: Jan. 28, 2001
Final: New York Giants 7 | Baltimore Ravens 34

7. Super Bowl XXXVII (27 Points)

Date: Jan. 26, 2003
Final: Oakland Raiders 21 | Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48

6. Super Bowl XVIII (29 Points)

Date: Jan. 22, 1984
Final: Washington Redskins 9 | Los Angeles Raiders 38

5. Super Bowl XXII (32 Points)

Date: Jan. 31, 1988
Final: Denver Broncos 10 | Washington Redskins 42

4. Super Bowl XXVII (35 Points)

Date: Jan. 31, 1993
Final: Buffalo Bills 17 | Dallas Cowboys 52

3. Super Bowl XLVIII (35 Points)

Date: Feb. 2, 2014
Final: Denver Broncos 8 | Seattle Seahawks 43

2. Super Bowl XX (36 Points)

Date: Jan. 26, 1986
Final: New England Patriots 10 | Chicago Bears 46

1. Super Bowl XXIV (45 Points)

Date: Jan. 28, 1990
Final: Denver Broncos 10 | San Francisco 49ers 55

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