Super Bowl X

Super Bowl X was the sixth edition of the final match between the National Football Conference ( NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC ) when the Super Bowl to count between the American Football League and the National Football League, it is the tithe. On January 18, 1976, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys faced each other in Miami, Florida at the Orange Bowl Stadium. Winners were the Pittsburgh Steelers with a final score of 21:17. Pittsburgh wide receiver Lynn Swann was elected first on this position for most valuable player.


Due to an injury Swann, Pittsburgh's best wide receiver, at the AFC Championship game before many thought sports reporters and fans that he would not play and if so, would only be a distraction on the field.

Some scenes of the Super Bowl were rotated for the movie Black Sunday.

Game History

In the first quarter both teams were able to achieve ever a touchdown. The second and third quarter was any points on the part of the Cowboys to a field goal by Toni Fritsch. Only in the last quarter, there was again points, the Steelers were able to make two more points by a safety in a punt. This was followed by two field goals and a touchdown. Ultimately, the Cowboys still made a meaningless what the final score of 21:17 led.