Super Bowl Winning Scores

Fans enjoy MLB home runs, a break away goal in the NHL, and a five way full court passing play in the NBA, but there’s nothing quite like a long touchdown scoring play in the National Football League. Here we look at past game winning scores and preview Super Bowl LII props prior to Philadelphia and New England duking it out at 6:30 PM ET on February 4, 2018, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Super Bowl Winning Scores History

NFL Championship winning scores come in all shapes and sizes. From sometimes forgotten chip shot field goals, to dynamic plays that cover the full length of the field, title contest deciding plays can happen at any point during the match. Here are the first 51 Super Bowl game winning points.

Super Bowl LII Betting Legend: Prediction ORANGE Loss RED Win GREEN

Shaded Blue: Super Bowl winning scores from previous Patriots and Eagles NFL title tilts. 

Shaded Green: Clinching points posted with less than three minutes remaining or in OT.

*** Time of score was showing on the game clock when the match winning play began.

SB# Q# PLAY TEAM Super Bowl Game Winning Score SP# W L
51  1 OT  RTD NEP White 2 YD Run (No Convert Required) 11:08 10 34 28
50 2 FG DEN McManus FG 33 YD 7:01 4 24 10
49  4  PTD NEP Edelman 3 YD Pass – Brady (Gostkowski Kick) 2:06 8 28 24
48 2 RTD SEA Lynch 1 YD Run (Hauschka Kick) 12:08 1 43 8
47 4 FG BAL Tucker FG 38 YD 4:23 12 34 31
46  4  RTD NYG Bradshaw 6 YD Run (2 PT Run Failed) 1:04 8 21 17
45 4 PTD GB Jennings 8 YD Pass – Rodgers (Crosby Kick) 2:53 7 31 25
44 4 PTD NO Shockey 2 YD Pass – Brees (Brees to Moore 2 PT Pass) 12:03 8 31 17
43 4 PTD PIT Holmes 6 YD Pass – Roethlisberger (Reed Kick) 0:42 9 27 23
42  4  PTD NYG Burress 13 YD Pass – E. Manning (Tynes Kick) 0:39 5 17 14

NFL Championship Game Clinching Score Review

Though massive in magnitude, in terms of what’s on the line plus how and when they were scored, even the most hardcore football fan would be hard-pressed to recite all of the Super Bowl winning scores. In fact, we doubt many would even come up with the last five – let alone Jim Taylor’s 14 yard Q2 gallop that clinched the Green Bay Packers Super Bowl 1 win. Part of the SB betting cycle, let’s look at some history behind game winners and props associated the Super Bowl LII match.

Never the first points of any title fight, though they have been punched in during the first frame, Super Bowl winning scores have been posted at a wide variety of moments during each individual contest. By quarter, SB securing points have been registered in the first (4) second (16) third (9) and fourth (21) frames – plus once in the first overtime. The SB winning points posted late in contests were punched in with less than three minutes left on the clock, or in extra time, twelve times.

Your Finest 51 Scores Please: Passes (19) Runs (18) and Field Goals (14) have won Super Bowls.

SB LII Last Touchdown Scorer Eagles Zack Ertz (+1300)

Last SB 52 TD Scorer Result: Zach Ertz Pass 11 YD Nick Foles (2:21 4th)

Kickers and Offense Lead Game Winning Points Parade

Produced exclusively by quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, tight ends and place kickers, Super Bowl winning points have been scored by three methods. Ranging from 2 to 80 yards, pass plays have been Super Bowl deciding points 19 times. With twelve of them being 6 yards or less, the longest went 75 yards, run plays have decided 18 contests. NFL Rodney Dangerfield’s have kicked 14 field goals, which were good from 21 to 48 yards, to bring home NFL Championships.

Often muddled somewhere in the match, who knew a 1st Q Jim Plunket to Kenny King 80-yard TD strike would be the winning score when the Oakland Raiders defeated Philadelphia 27-10 during the Eagles first title game appearance (1981) during SB 15? Another chameleon, no one knew a QB Joe Montana 6-yard TD run, that made the score 21-10 halfway into the second frame, would be the deciding play of the 49ers 38-16 win over the Dolphins during Super Bowl 19 in 1985.

Super Bowl Party Knowledge: Of 2360 SB points – Game winning scores are 297 of them.

Most Points Per Quarter Bet: 1st 426 – 2nd 678 – 3rd 545 – 4th 711 BET: 4th Q (+165) SIA 

Highest Scoring SB LII Result: 1st 12 – 2nd 22 – 3rd 21 – 4th 19 Final: Eagles 41-33

Prop Options Are Sparse At Local Lottery Shops

Many players have posted game winners, without realizing their full impact, other scores propel the Champs into celebration mode. The Patriots know that feeling as PK Adam Vinatieri kicked game ending field goals in two New England wins (SB 36 & 38). Vinatieri, with more Super Bowl winners (4) than any player, started the Belichick/Brady legacy in 2002 when his clutch 48-yard kick earned New England a 20-17 win over the St. Louis Rams. Will last second heroics decide Super Bowl 52?

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Saving The Best For Last: Twelve game winning scores were Super Bowl Sunday final points.

Get Your Kicks: 7 of 131 SB Field Goals exceeded 48 yards. BET: UNDER 47.5 +120 @ Bodog

Longest Super Bowl LII Field Goal Result: UNDER PHI PK Jake Elliott 46 YD FG (1:05 4th) 

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SB# Q SP T Super Bowl Game Winning Score OASP W L
41 3 FG IND Vinatieri FG 24 YD 7:33 6 29 17
40 3 RTD PIT Parker 75 YD Run (Reed Kick) 14:50 3 21 10
39  4  FG NEP Vinatieri FG 22 YD 8:43 6 24 21
38  4  FG NEP Vinatieri FG 41 YD 0:09 10 32 29
37 3 PTD TB McCardell 8 YD Pass – Johnson (Gramatica Kick) 5:36 6 48 21
36  4  FG NEP Vinatieri FG 48 YD 0:07 7 20 17
35 2 FG BAL Stover FG 47 YD 1:48 2 34 7
34 4 PTD STL Bruce 73 Yd TD YD Pass – Warner (Wilkins Kick) 2:12 8 23 16
33 4 RTD DEN Griffith 1 YD Run (Elam Kick) 15:00 6 34 19
32 4 RTD DEN Davis 1 YD Run (Elam Kick) 1:47 9 31 24
31  2  RTD GB Favre 2 YD Run (Jacke Kick) 1:55 7 35 21
30 3 RTD DAL Smith 1 YD Run (Boniol Kick) 7:00 5 27 17
29 2 PTD SF Watters 8 YD Pass – Young (Brien Kick) 4:50 5 49 26
28 3 RTD DAL Smith 15 YD Run (Murray Kick) 9:16 7 30 13
27 2 PTD DAL Irvin 19 YD Pass – Aikman (Elliott Kick) 1:43 5 52 17
26 3 PTD WAS Clark 30 YD Pass – Rypien (Lohmiller Kick) 1:56 7 37 24
25 4 FG NYG Bahr FG 21 YD 7:11 8 20 19
24 1 PTD SF Jones 7 YD Pass – Montana (Kick Failed) 0:38 3 55 10
23 4 PTD SF Taylor 10 YD Pass – Montana (Cofer Kick) 0:34 8 20 16
22 2 PTD WAS Clark 27 YD Pass – D. Williams (Haji-Sheikh Kick) 10:51   4 42 10
21 3 RTD NYG Morris 1 YD Run (Allegre Kick) 0:54 7 39 20
20  1  RTD CHI Suhey 11 YD Run (Butler Kick) 0:47 4 46 10
19 2 RTD SF Montana 6 YD Run (Wersching Kick) 7:56 5 38 16
18 2 PTD RAI Branch 12 YD Pass – Plunkett (Bahr Kick) 9:46 2 38 9
17 4 RTD WAS Riggins 43 YD Run (Moseley Kick) 10:28 7 27 17
16 4 FG SF Wersching FG 40 YD 5:55 7 26 21
15  1  PTD OAK King 80 YD Pass – Plunkett (Bahr Kick) 0:28 2 27 10
14 4 PTD PIT Stallworth 73 YD Pass – Bradshaw (Bahr Kick) 12:15 8 31 19
13 4 PTD PIT Swann 18 YD Pass – Bradshaw (Gerela Kick) 6:57 8 35 31
12 2 FG DAL Herrera FG 43 YD 11:46 3 27 10
11 2 RTD OAK Banaszak 1 YD Run (Kick Failed) 4:01 3 32 14
10 4 PTD PIT Swann 64 YD Pass – Bradshaw (Kick Failed) 3:31 7 21 17
9 3 RTD PIT Harris 9 YD Run (Gerela Kick) 13:46 2 16 6
8 1 RTD MIA Kiick 1 YD Run (Yepremian Kick) 2:05 2 24 7
7 2 RTD MIA Kiick 1 YD Run (Yepremian Kick) 0:21 2 14 7
6 2 PTD DAL Alworth 7 YD Pass – Staubach (Clark Kick) 1:20 2 24 3
5 4 FG BAL O’Brien FG 32 YD 0:09 6 16 13
4 2 FG KC Stenerud FG 25 YD 8:15 3 23 7
3 3 FG NYJ Turner FG 32 YD 10:41 2 16 7
2 2 FG GB Chandler FG 43 YD 0:06 5 33 14
1 2 RTD GB Taylor 14 YD Run (Chandler Kick) 5:04 3 35 10