Super Bowl Sunday has become akin to a national holiday with over 16.5 million Americans requesting the following Monday off from work or calling in sick last year.
Now after reaching its 50th anniversary, it is a perfect time to look back at the game.
Immerse yourself in the greatest moments in football history. Barry Wilner and Ken Rappoport charge through every Super Bowl, covering the most intense moments in the sport’s history. Revisit some of America’s classic and current football heroes, including: Joe Namath, Tom Brady, Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw, Bart Starr, Dave Robinson, Max McGee, Chuck Howley, Johnny Unitas, Jim O’Brien, Duane Thomas, “Mean” Joe Greene, Marcus Allen, Matt Millen, Phil Simms, David Tyree, Ray Lewis, Peyton Manning, and more.
Barry Wilner has been a sportswriter for the Associated Press since 1975. He has covered virtually every major sporting event, including 13 Olympics, 9 World Cups, 30 Super Bowls, the World Series, and the Stanley Cup finals, and has written 52 books. He is also an adjunct professor at Manhattanville College. He lives in Garnerville, New York.
Ken Rappoport is the author of 70 sports books for adults and young readers. While working for the Associated Press in New York for 30 years, he has written about every major sport. His assignments have included the World Series, the NBA Finals, and, as the AP’s national hockey writer, the Stanley Cup Finals and the Olympics. He lives in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey.