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Super Bowl

Season 33 Episode 1

Super Bowl XXXIII - Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons

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Aired Sunday 3:15 PM Jan 31, 1999 on CBS
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Super Bowl XXXIII - Denver Broncos vs. Atlanta Falcons
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Super Bowl XXXIII between the AFC Champion Denver Broncos and the NFC Champion Atlanta Falcons at Pro Player Stadium in Miami, Florida.
Final Score: Denver Broncos 34 Atlanta Falcons 19

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • this was a good superbowl and johns last game

    8.5
    in this superbowl it was the broncos and the falcons it was the falcons first superbowl and in this one the broncos had won it the year before and they were going for 2 in row and elway had got his first superbowl win after so many years last year. and in this on the teams both went at each other tring to score and then in the end the broncos won again the falcons just could not stand up against the broncos anad they did have a really good quater back the broncos had. this was a good superbowl i thought.moreless
  • John Elways final game.

    9.8
    This is absolutely the perfect ending to a great career of a great player. A Super Bowl win. And after all the crap he had gone through with not even winning a Super Bowl title in his first 15 years as a pro football player with the Denver Broncos. I mean, come on! You have to admit that is pretty amazing. You could not write a script for this. John Elway threw for one touchdown, a 79 yard bomb to Rod Smith, ran for another touchdown. He completed 18 of 29 passes, threw for 336 yards, and was named the games most valuable player. Wow! Those are some pretty darn good statistics! The Final Score: Denver Broncos 34 Atlanta Falcons 19. This has been cheese1994 with another exciting review. I hope all you guys enjoyed it.moreless
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  • TRIVIA (14)

    • Final Score
      Denver Broncos 34
      Atlanta Falcons 19

    • Denver Broncos Quarterback John Elway was named Super Bowl XXXIII MVP.

    • Coaching Staffs
      Denver Broncos
      Mike Shanahan (Head Coach) (2-0 in Super Bowls)
      Frank Bush (Linebackers)
      Barney Chavous (Assistant Offensive Line / Assistant Strength & Conditioning)
      Rick Dennison (Special Teams)
      Ed Donatell (Defensive Backs)
      George Dyer (Defensive Line)
      Alex Gibbs (Assistant Head Coach / Offensive Line)
      Mike Heimerdinger (Wide Receivers)
      Gary Kubiak (Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks)
      Pat McPherson (Defensive Assistant)
      Brian Pariani (Tight Ends)
      Ricky Porter (Offensive Assistant)
      Greg Robinson (Defensive Coordinator)
      Greg Saporta (Assistant Strength & Conditioning)
      Rick Smith (Defensive Assistant)
      John Teerlinck (Pass Rush Specialist)
      Bobby Turner (Running Backs)
      Rich Tuten (Strength & Conditioning)

      Atlanta Falcons
      Dan Reeves (Head Coach) (0-4 in Super Bowls)
      Marvin Bass (Assistant to Head Coach / Pro Personnel)
      Don Blackmon (Linebackers)
      Rich Brooks (Assistant Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator)
      Jack Burns (Quarterbacks)
      James Daniel (Tight Ends)
      Joe DeCamillis (Special Teams)
      Tim Jorgensen (Assistant Strength & Conditioning)
      Bill Kollar (Defensive Line)
      Ron Meeks (Secondary)
      Al Miller (Strength & Conditioning)
      George Sefcik (Offensive Coordinator / Running Backs)
      Art Shell (Offensive Line)
      Warren "Rennie" Simmons (Wide Receivers)
      Ed West (Offensive Quality Control)
      Brian Xanders (Defensive Quality Control)

    • Path to the Super Bowl
      Denver Broncos
      AFC West Champions (14-2)
      Divisional Playoff: defeated Wild Card Miami Dolphins 38-3.
      Championship Game: defeated AFC East Champion New York Jets 23-10.

      Atlanta Falcons
      NFC West Champions (14-2)
      Divisional Playoff: defeated Wild Card San Francisco 49ers 20-18.
      Championship Game: defeated NFC Central Champion Minnesota Vikings 30-27 (OT).

    • The victory improved the Denver Broncos' franchise Super Bowl record to 2-4.
      This is the Atlanta Falcons first appearance in the Super Bowl.

    • The coin toss was performed by Gino Marchetti who was joined on the field by Raymond Berry, Roosevelt Brown, Art Donovan, Frank Gifford, Sam Huff, Tom Landry, Don Maynard, Lenny Moore, Jim Parker and Andy Robustelli. Denver called Tails and lost the toss. Atlanta elected to receive.

    • This is the third Super Bowl to be played at Pro Player Stadium. The facility also hosted Super Bowls XXIII and XXIX, at which times it was known as Joe Robbie Stadium.

    • The Denver Broncos received a winner's share of $53,000. The Atlanta Falcons received a loser's share of $32,500.

    • The average cost of a 30-second commercial was $1,600,000.

    • The face value of Super Bowl XXXIII tickets was $325.

    • Atlanta was designated the home team for Super Bowl XXXIII. They wore black jerseys and silver pants while Denver wore white jerseys and white pants.

    • The Denver Broncos were 7.5 point favorites.

    • Denver's win marked the seventh time a team has won consecutive Super Bowls. The last team to do it was the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowls XXVII and XXVIII.

    • The two teams entered the game with a combined 32 wins (16 each) including playoffs, the most combined wins in Super Bowl history.

  • QUOTES (0)

  • NOTES (3)

    • Super Bowl Rosters
      Denver Broncos
      #27 Steve Atwater (FS) *
      #34 Tyrone Braxton (SS) *
      #6 Bubby Brister (QB)
      #56 Keith Burns (LB)
      #59 Glenn Cadrez (MLB) *
      #89 Dwayne Carswell (TE)
      #86 Byron Chamberlain (TE)
      #48 George Coghill (S)
      #39 Ray Crockett (LCB) *
      #30 Terrell Davis (RB) *
      #63 David Diaz-Infante (C/G)
      #1 Jason Elam (K)
      #7 John Elway (QB) *
      #21 Darrien Gordon (RCB) *
      #85 Willie Green (WR)
      #29 Howard Griffith (RB) *
      #96 Harald Hasselbach (LDE) *
      #22 Vaughn Hebron (RB)
      #20 Tory James (CB)
      #25 Darrius Johnson (CB)
      #77 Tony Jones (LT) *
      #99 Seth Joyner (LB)
      #78 Matt Lespis (T)
      #97 Mike Lodish (DT)
      #31 Derek Loville (RB)
      #37 Anthony Lynn (FB)
      #87 Ed McCaffrey (WR) *
      #51 John Mobley (LOLB) *
      #66 Tom Nalen (C) *
      #82 Marcus Nash (WR)
      #62 Dan Neil (RG) *
      #28 Tito Paul (CB)
      #93 Trevor Pryce (RDT) *
      #53 Bill Romanowski (ROLB) *
      #16 Tom Rouen (P)
      #69 Mark Schlereth (LG) *
      #84 Shannon Sharpe (TE) *
      #42 Detron Smith (FB)
      #90 Neil Smith (DE)
      #80 Rod Smith (WR) *
      #74 Harry Swayne (RT) *
      #98 Maa Tanuvasa (RDE) *
      #94 Keith Traylor (LDT) *
      #95 Marvin Washington (DT)
      #91 Alfred Williams (DE)
      Inactive
      #83 Justin Armour (WR)
      #79 Chris Banks (G)
      #73 Cyron Brown (DE)
      #26 Eric Brown (S)
      #14 Brian Griese (QB)
      #60 K.C. Jones (C)
      #70 Trey Teague (T)
      #54 Nate Wayne (LB)

      Atlanta Falcons **
      #5 Morten Andersen (K)
      #32 Jamal Anderson (RB) *
      #92 Lester Archambeau (LDE) *
      #97 Cornelius Bennett (LOLB) *
      #20 Michael Booker (RCB) *
      #23 Ronnie Bradford (CB)
      #56 Keith Brooking (LB)
      #34 Ray Buchanan (LCB) *
      #91 John Burrough (DE)
      #25 Devin Bush (S)
      #12 Chris Chandler (QB) *
      #68 Calvin Collins (LG) *
      #94 Henry Crockett (ROLB) *
      #17 Steve DeBerg (QB) (DNP)
      #45 Gary Downs (RB)
      #75 Shane Dronnett (RDT) *
      #83 Tim Dwight (WR/KR)
      #96 Antonio Edwards (DE)
      #29 Randy Fuller (CB)
      #28 Harold Green (RB)
      #98 Travis Hall (LDT) *
      #64 Bob Hallen (C/G)
      #54 Ruffin Hamilton (LB)
      #82 Ronnie Harris (WR)
      #85 Brian Kozlowski (FB) *
      #80 Tony Martin (WR) *
      #81 Terance Mathis (WR) *
      #33 Ken Oxendine (RB) (DNP)
      #76 Jose Portilla (T)
      #41 Eugene Robinson (FS) *
      #74 Ephraim Salaam (LT) *
      #88 O.J. Santiago (TE) *
      #52 Craig Sauer (LB)
      #67 Adam Schreiber (C/G)
      #90 Chuck Smith (RDE) *
      #86 Ed Smith (TE)
      #4 Dan Stryzinski (P)
      #59 Ben Talley (LB)
      #61 Robbie Tobeck (C) *
      #95 Esera Tuaolo (DT)
      #58 Jessie Tuggle (MLB) *
      #35 William White (SS) *
      #70 Bob Whitfield (LT) *
      #79 Dave Widell (G/C)
      #21 Elijah Williams (CB)
      #69 Gene Williams (LG) *
      Inactive
      #26 Darren Anderson (CB)
      #47 Chris Bayne (S)
      #27 Omar Brown (S)
      #13 Tony Graziani (QB)
      #89 Todd Kinchen (WR)
      #84 Rodrick Monroe (TE)
      #93 Shawn Swayda (DE)

      * Starters
      DNP - Did Not Play

      ** The Atlanta Falcons roster shows 46 active players and seven inactive players. Due an error in the historical roster list, it is not possible to determine the eighth inactive player.

    • Referee: Bernie Kukar (86)
      Umpire: Jim Daopoulos (75)
      Head Linesman: Sanford Rivers (121)
      Line Judge: Ron Baynes (56)
      Field Judge: Tim Millis (80)
      Side Judge: Gary Lane (120)
      Back Judge: Don Hakes (96)

      Alternate Referee: Gerald Austin (34)
      Alternate Umpire: Chad Brown (31)

    • Super Bowl XXXIII Entertainment:
      Pregame: The merriment of a Caribbean Cruise featuring rock band KISS
      Anthem: Cher (American Sign Language performance by Speaking Hands)
      Half Time: Celebration of Soul, Salsa and Swing with Gloria Estefan, Stevie Wonder, and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and tap dancer Savion Glover (produced by Radio City Music Hall)

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