The Super Bowl is on Sunday and the buzz is already at its peak between Peyton Manning (too bad, Indianapolis), the trash-talking Richard Sherman and the question on everybody's mind: Will it snow during the game?

Current Head2Head trivia champ Larry Rosenberg, who's retired, is taking on Jill Hershey, who works in a dentist's office, in a round of questions that are all Super Bowl related.


1. When was the last year the Denver Broncos won?

2. Tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers, which team has appeared in the most Super Bowl games?

3. Which of the following teams has not won back-to-back Super Bowls: Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots or Denver Broncos?

4. What is the only NFL team to have played in both the AFC and NFC championship games?

5. Which of the following teams has a perfect Super Bowl record (so far): Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers or Green Bay Packers?

6. Pete Carroll was head coach of what college football team before coming to Seattle?

7. Which of the following teams has been to the Super Bowl four times but has never won: Minnesota Vikings, Cincinnati Bengals or San Diego Chargers?

8. In the NFL, who plays at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey?

9. Which team has won the most Super Bowls?

10. What New York team did Joe Namath, aka "Broadway Joe," play for?


1. 1982

2. Dallas

3. The Broncos?

4. Minnesota

5. Baltimore

6. Notre Dame

7. Minnesota, not sure.

8. New York Giants

9. Pittsburgh, maybe.

10. Think it was the Jets.


1. It was with Elway, so 1997?

2. The Cowboys

3. Gonna have to say Kansas City.

4. Not sure about this one.

5. The Ravens

6. USC. California, not South Carolina.

7. Bengals, but I'm not positive.

8. Oh, trick question, because two teams play there: the Jets and the Giants.

9. The Steelers

10. The Jets


Jill, who actually squealed when she found out the topic was the Super Bowl ("I'm a huge football fan!"), easily won this week's Head2Head trivia and will return next week to take on a new opponent.


1. 1998

2. Dallas Cowboys

3. Kansas City Chiefs

4. Seattle Seahawks

5. Baltimore Ravens

6. University of Southern California

7. Minnesota Vikings

8. New York Jets and New York Giants

9. Pittsburgh Steelers

10. New York Jets