Best Game: The New England Patriots beat the Carolina Panthers, 32-29, with a last-minute field goal in 2004's Super Bowl XXXVIII (that's Roman numeral and Super Bowl talk for the number 38). The teams scored a combined 37 points in the final quarter in a back-and-forth thriller that featured more than 850 yards in total offense.
Worst Game: There have been some pretty awful Super Bowls: 20 games have been decided by 15 or more points. Redskins fans will remember 1984's Super Bowl XVIII (18) as the worst. The Skins were the defending champs and had a terrific team. But they lost to the Oakland Raiders, 38-9.
Biggest Upset: Football fans were shocked when the New York Jets beat the Baltimore Colts, 16-7, in Super Bowl III (3). The Jets were part of the new American Football League (AFL) and no one thought the AFL was as good as the more established National Football League (NFL). The AFL and NFL merged into one league shortly after this big upset.
Best Player: Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana played in four Super Bowls. He was almost perfect as he led the San Francisco 49ers to four wins. Montana threw 11 touchdowns in the four games without throwing an interception.
Unluckiest Player: Like Joe Montana, quarterback Jim Kelly led the Buffalo Bills to four Super Bowls. The Bills lost them all, including a heartbreaker to the New York Giants, 20-19, in Super Bowl XXV (25).
Best Halftime Show:âBelieve it or not, the first Super Bowl's halftime show featured two college marching bands and a high school drill team. Now, the halftime show gets the biggest acts in show business. My favorite? I have to go with "the Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World," the Rolling Stones, in 2006.
Best Super Bowl ad: Everyone has a favorite when it comes to Super Bowl ads. That's part of the fun. The ads get people who don't like football to watch the game. I laugh every time the E-Trade talking babies show up.
Super Bowl XLV (45): This Super Bowl should be close. I think the Green Bay Packers will edge the Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-24.
Fred Bowen is KidsPost's sports opinion columnist. He is also the author of books for kids about sports, including "Touchdown Trouble."