Activities Sports & Athletics How Super Bowl Winners Fared the Following Season Share PINTEREST Email Print Joe Flacco #5 of the Baltimore Ravens celebreates with his teammates after defeating the San Francisco 49ers during Super Bowl XLVII. Jamie Squire/Getty Images Sport/Getty Images Sports & Athletics Football Basics Playing & Coaching Best of Football Plays & Formations College Football Baseball Basketball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By James Alder James Alder is an expert on the game of American football, blogs for The New York Times, and appears on radio shows. our editorial process James Alder Updated August 18, 2020 For some Super Bowl winners, the big game marks the start of a streak or even a dynasty. For other teams, winning it all is the first of one or maybe a couple championships, and then you don't hear from them again, or at least for a long time. And for still others, it's a flash in the pan: one and done. The following is a list of every winning Super Bowl team and how they finished the year following their championship season: Super Bowl I - Green Bay Packers repeated, beating Oakland 33-14 in Super Bowl II.Super Bowl II - Green Bay finished third in the Central Division with a 6-7-1 record.Super Bowl III - New York Jets lost to Kansas City 13-6 in the AFL Divisional Playoff.Super Bowl IV - Kansas City finished second in the Western Division with a 7-5-2 record.Super Bowl V - Baltimore Colts lost to Miami 21-0 in the AFC Championship game.Super Bowl VI - Dallas lost to Washington 26-3 in the NFC Championship game.Super Bowl VII - Miami repeated, beating Minnesota 24-7 in Super Bowl VIII.Super Bowl VIII - Miami lost to Oakland 28-26 in an AFC Divisional Playoff.Super Bowl IX - Pittsburgh repeated, beating Dallas 21-17 in Super Bowl X.Super Bowl X - Pittsburgh lost to Oakland 24-7 in the AFC Championship game.Super Bowl XI - Oakland lost to Denver 20-17 in the AFC Championship game.Super Bowl XII - Dallas lost to Pittsburgh 35-31 in Super Bowl XIII.Super Bowl XIII - Pittsburgh repeated, beating the Los Angeles Rams 31-19 in Super Bowl XIV.<br/>Super Bowl XIV - Pittsburgh finished third in the AFC Central Division with a 9-7 record.Super Bowl XV - Oakland finished fourth in the AFC West Division with a 7-9 record.Super Bowl XVI - San Francisco finished eleventh in the NFC Conference with a 3-6 record.Super Bowl XVII - Washington lost to the Los Angeles Raiders 38-9 in Super Bowl XVIII.Super Bowl XVIII - Los Angeles Raiders lost to Seattle 13-7 in an AFC Wild-Card game.Super Bowl XIX - San Francisco lost to the New York Giants 17-3 in an NFC Wild-Card game.Super Bowl XX - Chicago lost to Washington 27-13 in an NFC Divisional Playoff.Super Bowl XXI - New York Giants finished last in the NFC East Division with a 6-9 record.Super Bowl XXII - Washington finished in third place in the NFC East Division with a 7-9 record.Super Bowl XXIII - San Francisco repeated, beating Denver 55-10 in Super Bowl XXIV.Super Bowl XXIV - San Francisco lost to the New York Giants 15-13 in the NFC Championship game.Super Bowl XXV - The New York Giants finished fourth in the NFC East Division with an 8-8 record.<br/>Super Bowl XXVI - Washington lost to San Francisco 20-13 in an NFC Divisional Playoff.Super Bowl XXVII - Dallas repeated, beating Buffalo 30-13 in Super Bowl XVIII.Super Bowl XXVIII - Dallas lost to San Francisco 38-28 in the NFC Championship game.Super Bowl XXIX - San Francisco lost to Green Bay 27-17 in an NFC Divisional Playoff.Super Bowl XXX - Dallas lost to Carolina 26-17 in an NFC Divisional Playoff.Super Bowl XXXI - Green Bay lost to Denver 31-24 in Super Bowl XXXII.Super Bowl XXXII - Denver repeated, beating Atlanta 34-19 in Super Bowl XXXIII.Super Bowl XXXIII - Denver finished last in the AFC West division with a 6-10 record.Super Bowl XXXIV - St. Louis lost to New Orleans 31-28 in an NFC Wild-Card game.Super Bowl XXXV - Baltimore lost to Pittsburgh 27-10 in an AFC Divisional Playoff.Super Bowl XXXVI - New England finished second in the AFC East Division with a 9-7 record.Super Bowl XXXVII - Tampa Bay finished third in the NFC South Division with a 7-9 record.Super Bowl XXXVIII - New England repeated, beating Philadelphia 24-21 in Super Bowl XXXIV.<br/>Super Bowl XXXIX - New England lost to Denver 27-13 in an AFC Divisional playoff.Super Bowl XL - Pittsburgh finished third in the AFC North division with an 8-8 record.Super Bowl XLI - Indianapolis lost to San Diego in an AFC Divisional playoff.Super Bowl XLII - The New York Giants lost to Philadelphia in an NFC Divisional playoff.Super Bowl XLIII - Pittsburgh finished third in the AFC North division with a 9-7 record and failed to qualify for the postseason.Super Bowl XLIV - New Orleans lost to Seattle 41-36 in an NFC Wild Card game.Super Bowl XLV - Green Bay lost to the New York Giants 37-20 in an NFC Divisional playoff game.Super Bowl XLVI - The New York Giants finished with a 9–7 record and didn't go to the playoffs.Super Bowl XLVII - The Baltimore Ravens failed to make the playoffs, going just 8-8.Super Bowl XLVIII - The Seattle Seahawks advanced to the NFC championship game after winning the NFC West with a record of 12-4. Super Bowl XLIX - The New England Patriots advanced to the AFC championship after winning the AFC East with a 12-4 record. They lost to the eventual Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos. Super Bowl L - The Denver Broncos went 9-7 and failed to make the playoffs. Super Bowl LI - The New England Patriots won the AFC East with a 13-3 record. They advanced all the way to the Super Bowl, where they were defeated by the Philadelphia Eagles. Super Bowl LII - The Philadelphia Eagles finished second in the NFC East with a 9-7 record and squeaked into the playoffs with a wild card berth. They lost in the Divisional round to the New Orleans Saints. Super Bowl LIII - The New England Patriots finished with a 12-4 record and won the AFC East. They were knocked out in the first round of the playoffs, losing to the Tennessee Titans.