Super Bowl

Season 39 Episode 1

Super Bowl XXXIX - New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles

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Aired Sunday 3:15 PM Feb 06, 2005 on CBS
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Super Bowl XXXIX - New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles
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Super Bowl XXXIX between the AFC Champion New England Patriots and the NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida.
Final Score: New England Patriots 24 Philadelphia Eagles 21

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  • this was a good superbowl

    8.5
    in this superbowl it was the egales vs the pats the egales had donivan mcabb and T.O both had good years during the regular season but T.o got injured during the playoffs but did not know if he was going to perform well during the superbowl and the pats who had a good year and were going for there third superbowl win and to become know as the dynasty of the mordern error during the game the pats played well and then the egales started to play well towards the end of the game and it came down to a nother field goal and the pats won the superbowl for a third time. this was good for new england fansmoreless
  • I hate the Patriots. :|

    7.3
    I admit, I hate the Patriots, and mostly Tom Brady, so I didn't like this Super Bowl. I'm not even a big Philadelphia Eagle fan as well since I'm a Cowboys fan, but if the Eagles would of won, I'd be okay with that. Better than the Patriots. If it were the Cowboys, I bet they'd of won!! Oh yeah!! And like every Philadelphia citizen wants, is a championship in a national sport. The Eagles, Flyers, 76ers, Soul, Phillies: Some team of Phillie get a championship already!! That's what many Philadelphia citizens, or "phillies" are saying, so don't give up Eagles!!!! But you can only get to the playoffs, and lose to Dallas there, okay? :D I'm funny.moreless
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  • TRIVIA (13)

    • Final Score
      New England Patriots 24
      Philadelphia Eagles 21

    • New England Patriots Wide Receiver Deion Branch was named Super Bowl XXXIX MVP.

    • Coaching Staffs
      New England Patriots
      Bill Belichick (Head Coach) (3-0 in Super Bowls)
      Romeo Crennel (Defensive Coordinator)
      Brian Daboll (Wide Receivers)
      Jeff Davidson (Assistant Offensive Line / Tight Ends)
      Ivan Fears (Running Backs)
      Pepper Johnson (Defensive Line)
      Eric Mangini (Defensive Backs)
      Josh McDaniels (Quarterbacks)
      Matt Patricia (Coaching Assistant)
      Markus Paul (Assistant Strength & Conditioning)
      Dean Pees (Linebackers)
      Dante Scarnecchia (Assistant Head Coach / Offensive Line)
      Brad Seely (Special Teams)
      Cory Undlin (Coaching Assistant)
      Charlie Weis (Offensive Coordinator)
      Mike Woicik (Strength & Conditioning)

      Philadelphia Eagles
      Andy Reid (Head Coach) (0-1 in Super Bowls)
      Tommy Brasher (Defensive Line)
      Juan Castillo (Offensive Line)
      Brad Childress (Offensive Coordinator)
      David Culley (Wide Receivers)
      Ted Daisher (Special Teams Quality Control)
      John Harbaugh (Special Teams Coordinator)
      Jim Johnson (Defensive Coordinator)
      Sean McDermott (Secondary / Safeties)
      Tom Melvin (Tight Ends)
      Marty Mornhinweg (Assistant Head Coach)
      Mike Reed (Defensive Assistant / Quality Control)
      Bill Shuey (Offensive Assistant / Quality Control)
      Pat Shurmur (Quarterbacks)
      Steve Spagnuolo (Linebackers)
      Trent Walters (Secondary)
      Ted Williams (Running Backs)
      Mike Wolf (Strength & Conditioning)

    • Path to the Super Bowl
      New England Patriots
      AFC East Champions (14-2)
      Divisional Playoff: defeated AFC South Champion Indianapolis Colts 20-3.
      Championship Game: defeated AFC Central Champion Pittsburgh Steelers 41-27.

      Philadelphia Eagles
      NFC East Champions (13-3)
      Divisional Playoff: defeated Wild Card Minnesota Vikings 27-14.
      Championship Game: defeated NFC South Champion Atlanta Falcons 27-10.

    • The victory improved the New England Patriots' franchise Super Bowl record to 3-2.
      The loss dropped the Philadelphia Eagles' franchise Super Bowl record to 0-2.

    • The coin toss was performed by 2004 NFL High School Coach of the Year Bill McGregor, who was joined on the field by four youth football players and youth football coach Tamaris Jackson. New England called Tails and lost the toss. Philadelphia elected to receive.

    • The New England Patriots received a winner's share of $68,000. The Philadelphia Eagles received a loser's share of $36,500.

    • The average cost of a 30-second commercial was $2,400,000.

    • The face value of Super Bowl XXXIX tickets was $600 and $500.

    • Philadelphia was designated the home team for Super Bowl XXXIX. They wore green jerseys and white pants while New England wore white jerseys and blue pants.

    • For the second consecutive year, the New England Patriots were 7 point favorites. It is the first time in Super Bowl history that the same team was favored by the same number of points in consecutive years.

    • Philadelphia entered Super Bowl XXXIX after three consecutive NFC Championship Game losses.

    • This marks the eighth time in history that a team has won consecutive Super Bowls. The last team to do the it was the Denver Broncos, in Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • (on New England being called a dynasty)
      New England Linebacker Tedy Bruschi: Other people can talk about it. We don't
      mind. but we're just excited about what we've done right here, right now. It's such a great feeling.

    • Philadelphia Coach Andy Reid: We played a heckuva game and battled our hearts out.
      They're a good football team. You can't turn the ball over as much as we did. But I was proud of the effort my guys gave.

    • Philadelphia Quarterback Donovan McNabb: There's a lot of ways you can have your head down. I'm gomg to keep my head high. We made it. We'll be back.

      Philadelphia Quarterback Donovan McNabb: We had three interception. I don't look at the touchdowns. I look at that. Turnovers will kill you and it hurt us today.

      Philadelphia Quarterback Donovan McNabb:It's still a successful year. What we've been through every week and what people were telling us we couldn't do to where we're at right now, I think it's a wonderful year.

  • NOTES (3)

    • Super Bowl Rosters
      New England Patriots
      #27 Rabih Abdullah (RB)
      #63 Joe Andruzzi (LG) *
      #48 Tully Banta-Cain (LB)
      #12 Tom Brady (QB) *
      #83 Deion Branch (WR) *
      #80 Troy Brown (WR/PR)
      #54 Tedy Bruschi (LILB) *
      #58 Matt Chatham (LB)
      #30 Je'Rod Cherry (DB)
      #59 Rosevelt Colvin (LDE) *
      #6 Rohan Davey (QB) (DNP)
      #51 Don Davis (LB)
      #28 Corey Dillon (RB) *
      #33 Kevin Faulk (RB)
      #88 Christian Fauria (TE)
      #21 Randall Gay (LCB) *
      #87 David Givens (WR) *
      #76 Brandon Gorin (RT) *
      #82 Daniel Graham (TE) *
      #97 Jarvis Green (RDE) *
      #37 Rodney Harrison (SS) *
      #71 Russ Hochstein (G)
      #53 Larry Izzo (LB)
      #81 Bethel Johnson (WR)
      #52 Ted Johnson (LB)
      #67 Dan Koppen (C) *
      #72 Matt Light (LT) *
      #55 Willie McGinest (LOLB) *
      #8 Josh Miller (P)
      #64 Gene Mruczkowski (G/C)
      #61 Stephen Neal (RG) *
      #35 Patrick Pass (FB) *
      #86 David Patten (WR)
      #66 Lonie Paxton (LS)
      #95 Roman Phifer (RILB) *
      #31 Hank Poteat (CB)
      #42 Dexter Reid (S)
      #22 Asante Samuel (RCB) *
      #93 Richard Seymour (DL)
      #98 Keith Traylor (DT)
      #4 Adam Vinatieri (K)
      #50 Mike Vrabel (ROLB) *
      #94 Ty Warren (DL)
      #75 Vince Wilfork (NT) *
      #26 Eugene Wilson (FS) *
      Inactive
      #34 Cedric Cobbs (RB)
      #91 Marquise Hill (DE)
      #10 Kevin Kasper (WR)
      #99 Ethan Kelley (DT)
      #13 Jim Miller (QB)
      #29 Earthwind Moreland (CB)
      #85 Jed Weaver (TE)
      #74 Billy Yates (G)

      Philadelphia Eagles
      #57 Keith Adams (LOLB) *
      #2 David Akers (K)
      #88 Mike Bartrum (TE/LS)
      #24 Sheldon Brown (RCB) *
      #56 Derrick Burgess (LDE) *
      #20 Brian Dawkins (FS) *
      #10 Koy Detmer (QB)
      #53 Hugh Douglas (LB/DE) (DNP)
      #76 Alonzo Ephraim (C) (DNP)
      #63 Hank Fraley (C) *
      #77 Artis Hicks (LG) *
      #29 Roderick Hood (CB)
      #8 Dirk Johnson (P)
      #55 Dhani Jones (ROLB) *
      #93 Jevon Kearse (RDE) *
      #59 Mike Labinjo (LB)
      #25 Dorsey Levens (RB)
      #89 Chad Lewis (TE)
      #83 Greg Lewis (WR)
      #32 Michael Lewis (SS) *
      #34 Reno Mahe (RB)
      #71 Jermane Mayberry (RG) *
      #95 Jerome McDougle (DE)
      #5 Donovan McNabb (QB) *
      #46 Quintin Mikell (S)
      #84 Freddie Mitchell (WR)
      #81 Terrell Owens (WR) *
      #49 Josh Parry (FB) *
      #87 Todd Pinkston (WR) *
      #91 Sam Rayburn (DT)
      #30 J.R. Reed (S)
      #58 Ike Reese (LB)
      #69 Jon Runyan (RT) *
      #68 Steve Sciullo (G)
      #26 Lito Sheppard (LCB) *
      #90 Corey Simon (LDT) *
      #50 Mark Simoneau (LB)
      #82 L.J. Smith (TE) *
      #78 Hollis Thomas (DT)
      #72 Tra Thomas (LT) *
      #54 Jeremiah Trotter (MLB) *
      #97 Darwin Walker (RDT) *
      #21 Matt Ware (CB)
      #51 Nate Wayne (LB)
      #36 Brian Westbrook (RB) *
      Inactive
      #79 Ian Allen (OT)
      #11 Jeff Blake (QB)
      #66 Trey Dariek (T/G)
      #96 Paul Grasmanis (DT)
      #65 Jamaal Green (DE)
      #22 Eric McCoo (RB)
      #80 Billy McMullen (WR)
      #31 Dexter Wynn (CB)

      * Starters
      DNP - Did Not Play

    • Referee: Terry McAulay (77)
      Umpire: Carl Paganelli (124)
      Head Linesman: Gary Slaughter (30)
      Line Judge: Mark Steinkerchner (84)
      Field Judge: Tom Sifferman (118)
      Side Judge: Rick Patterson (15)
      Back Judge: Tony Steratore (112)

      Replay Official: Al Hynes
      Video Operator: Lou Nazzaro

      Alternate Referee: Ed Hochuli (85)
      Alternate Umpire: Garth DeFelice (53)
      Alternate Field Judge: Larry Rose (128)

    • Super Bowl XXXIX Entertainment:
      Pregame: Bridging Generations with the Black Eyed Peas performing with Earth, Wind and Fire, Gretchen Wilson performing with The Charlie Daniels Band, and Alicia Keys singing "America the Beautiful" (American Sign Language performance by the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind)
      Anthem: U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chorale, U.S. Coast Guard Academy Glee Club, U.S. Naval Academy Glee Club, and U.S. Military Academy at West Point Glee Club (American Sign Language performance by Wesley Tallent)
      Half Time: Paul McCartney (produced by Don Mischer Productions)

      Half Time Program: Drive My Car, Get Back, Live and Let Die and Hey Jude.

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