It’s one of those rare moments where a game gets to go into full-blown superhero mode and actually has a title.
And in the case of the game that’s going to be called Super Bowl XXVII, it’s all about the game itself.
In a move that might be more fitting than most of the games that have come before it, the Super Bowl has named its game after the legendary Super Bowl team.
And what better way to honor those who have led this franchise than with the name of the team itself.
“The Super Bowl was a true game of championships,” the NFL announced, in a statement released on Sunday.
“We wanted to honor the legacy of the most successful NFL franchise, and we wanted to create a game that reflects that legacy.
We chose to call the game after two Super Bowl championship teams: the Miami Dolphins and the Chicago Bears, who won two titles in a row, the most consecutive seasons in the NFL.”
So how did this team come to be named after two champions?
It’s actually pretty simple.
After all, the Miami-Chicago Bears and the Miami Patriots are both considered two of the greatest teams of all time, while the Miami Chargers are also considered one of the best.
The teams themselves are both great players and have been through some great eras, but the teams that were the most important to the NFL during that time have always been the most dominant.
The Bears won their title in 1966, the Patriots in 1968, the Chargers in 1970 and the Dolphins in 1973.
The San Diego Chargers were in the middle of the all-time record-setting season in 1974 when they beat the Baltimore Colts in the Superdome.
The Chargers went on to win five Super Bowls before they retired in 1985, but their legacy lives on.
The Patriots won their first title in 1957, and they won their second in 1962, and their third in 1965.
The Dolphins won their third title in 1975, and it was a historic season in 1981, but it’s not the team that will be named Super Bowl XLVIII.
It’s the one that will go into the record books for winning the title in three consecutive years.
The game itself has been going on for a little over 100 years.
In 1772, the Vikings beat the Patriots at the Polo Grounds.
In 1887, the Saints beat the Colts in London.
In 1911, the Bills beat the Browns in London, but in 1923 the Bills lost in Detroit to the Lions.
The following year, the Packers beat the Lions, but lost to the Steelers in the NFC Championship Game.
The Colts won the title five times in 1920, 1921, 1924, 1927, 1928 and 1929.
The Colts, Patriots, Dolphins and Chargers won three championships in the first two Superbowls.
The Patriots won two in 1958, and the Chargers won one in 1961.
The Broncos won two Superbowls in 1966 and 1972, and won one more in 1974.
The Chargers and Broncos won the last three Super Bowl titles, in 1964 and 1976.
The Ravens won two championships in 1984, but were eliminated in the AFC Championship Game in a divisional round matchup with the Raiders.
The Packers, Dolphins, Bills, Broncos and Seahawks have won two consecutive Super Bowl championships.
The Chiefs, Patriots and Saints have won four, five and six Super Bowl appearances.
The Steelers have won one Super Bowl title, but have won only one in six Superbowl appearances.
The Vikings and Bears won three Superbowl titles in the 1960s and 1970s.
In 1971, the Eagles won their fourth championship in the same season as the Packers and won their fifth in the following season.
In 1975, the Dolphins won four in a span of three seasons.
The Saints won three in a three-game span in 1975.
The Falcons won four Super Bowl rings in the mid-’80s, but missed the playoffs in the ’90s.
The Broncos, Patriots (1961), Bears (1967), Bengals (1975), Browns (1979), Broncos (1984), Patriots (1997), Patriots and Falcons (2001) have won three titles in three different seasons.
The Falcons and Seahawks are the only teams to win four Superbowl championships in a four-year span.
The Dolphins won three straight Super Bowl Championships in 1961, 1966 and 1974.
The Packers won three consecutive titles in 1960 and 1971, but fell to the Raiders in the 1970 Super Bowl.
The Browns won two championship games in 1958 and 1960, but dropped the game in 1972.
The Seahawks won two of three titles from 1958 to 1961, but failed to qualify for the playoffs.
The Panthers, Steelers, Packers, Ravens, Saints, Seahawks, Titans, Raiders and Packers have won six titles in seven Super Bowl seasons.
It is an honor that will live on for years to come.
And it’s one that should be enjoyed by fans of all sports, including football, who will be able