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Super Bowl Score By Quarter Detailed History

Welcome to Year #4 – All Stats updated 1/15/2015 for Super Bowls 1-48.

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This will be the 4th year posting stats for every Super Bowl representing the most popular prop bets and 10×10 pool analysis with score by quarter detail as well as complete scoring history.  Many of us enter these Super Bowl pools not knowing if our numbers have ever won a quarter outside of the obvious combinations containing: 0, 3, 4, 7, etc. Some pools payout number combinations which are statistically less likely to occur or they pay every time the score changes regardless of quarter. So those pools provide some options if you end up with crappy number combinations.

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All Super Bowl quarter number combos

Useful Stats:

All 48 Super Bowl Scores by Quarter by Conference

The images quickly display the Super Bowl Score by Quarter by Conference history for every game 1-48 and the number combinations which won a quarter and how frequently they paid.  As you can see, the red boxes have never won a quarter.  Although over the last 3 Super Bowls, 3 number combinations had their first quarter win. Safeties, blocked extra points, 2 point conversions can all impact the value of your numbers. The year you finally get 7-0 or 3-0 and within the first few possessions the QB is sacked in the end zone or as Tom Brady did against the N.Y. Giants in Super Bowl 46 throwing a pass to avoid being sacked which was ruled “intentional grounding”.  This wasn’t his first Super Bowl, but the play changed the outcome of many number pairs and a lot of unhappy people were suddenly out of the money.   First time number pairs: Super Bowl 46 saw NFC 5 & AFC 7 win a quarter for the first time ever. Thanks to Tom Brady getting a safety early in the 1st quarter after being pressured by Justin Tuck. Super Bowl 47 saw AFC 8 & NFC 3 win a quarter for the first time ever in the 3rd Super Bowl 48 saw AFC 8 & NFC 6 win a quarter for the first time ever in the 3rd Reviewing this chart displays the frequency of your pool numbers and if they have ever won a quarter. Although past performance of the Super Bowl is not a guarantee, there is some comfort in knowing that you have a possibility of a...

Total Quarter Wins for Every Super Bowl 1-48 and Percentages for 100 Box Pools

This table lists Total Quarter Wins for Every Super Bowl 1-48 and Percentages for 100 Box Pools. The frequency of various number combinations winning a quarter in a traditional 100 box Super Bowl pool.  Over the last 48 years, there were 192 quarters played and still no overtime game. The highest percentage of wins is 7-0 & 0-7, winning 20 quarters or 10.42% of all quarters played. The last time they won a quarter was Super Bowl 43 in the 3rd quarter, where the Arizona Cardinals (NFC) were losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC) 20-7.  That was a pretty exciting Super Bowl and the Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC) 27 beat the Arizona Cardinals (NFC) 23 in 2009.   If you don’t see your numbers then they never won a quarter – better luck next year. The same numbers came out three times in the same game on two occasions: 1) Super Bowl V, numbers 6 & 3 won the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters. Baltimore (AFC) 16 beat Dallas (NFC) 13 in 1971. 2) Super Bowl XIX, numbers 8 & 6 won the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters. San Francisco (NFC) 38 beat Miami (AFC) 16 in 1985. First time Super Bowl quarter number pairs: Super Bowl 46 saw NFC 5 & AFC 7 win a quarter for the first time ever. Thanks to Tom Brady getting a safety early in the 1st quarter after being pressured by Justin Tuck and throwing the ball 50 yards to the center of the field to avoid a sack. The play was ruled “intentional grounding” and immediately changed the quarter score outcome of any 10×10...

All Super Bowls 1-48 Coin Toss History Detail

All Super Bowls 1-48 Coin Toss History Detail helps you track one of the most popular prop bets. Although winning the coin toss is no indicator of who will win, in most games this ties in with another popular prop bet of “which team scores first“ as well as “the time taken for the first score“. This chart displays the following details: Game date, Teams with Final Score, Location (including stadium, city and state), Coin toss winner, Coin toss conference of winner, Super Bowl winner and Super Bowl loser Heads or Tails Super Bowls 1-48 coin toss The coin has landed on heads 24 times and tails 24 times in the previous 48 Super Bowls. Another number to know if you are looking to hit your Super Bowl prop picks is that the team who has won the coin toss is 24-24 in the Super Bowl.  The NFC has won the coin toss 32 times, the AFC 16 times. Winning the toss doesn’t guarantee winning the Super Bowl. Here’s where it gets interesting – of the 48 unique teams that have won the toss, only 22 have gone on to win the Bowl: the odds a team wins the coin toss will go on to win the Super Bowl are 1 in 2.14 (47%). However, 47% is very close to 50%, which would be as random as, well, the coin toss. Ultimately, winning the Super Bowl depends on any number of things: strength, skill, stamina, speed, strategy, teamwork, completions, the wind, the weather, the coin toss, and who knows how many other factors, most of which are unquantifiable. The...

All content has been carefully checked to the best of my ability based on various sources to make sure this site is as accurate as possible.  If you find any issues or question a stat, please contact me so I can review my sources for validation purposes.  Good luck…

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