Super Bowl XI

Super Bowl XI was the seventh 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 Eleventh. On January 9, 1977, the Minnesota Vikings and the Oakland Raiders were compared in Pasadena, California in the Rose Bowl. Winners were the Oakland Raiders for a final score of 32:14. Oakland wide receiver Fred Biletnikoff, who caught four passes and could reach 79 yards, was voted most valuable player.


Super Bowl XI was the last Super Bowl, which still ended in daylight. For all other always had floodlights are joined. It was also the first Super Bowl, in which the winners of the Regular Season encountered in their Conference.

Game History

In the second quarter, the Raiders went with a field goal for the visitors. This was followed in the same neighborhood, two touchdown, which gave them a lead of 16-0 at the end of the first half. In the third quarter was followed by another field goal Oaklands and a touchdown on the part of the Vikings, so it was 19:7. In the fourth and last quarter of the Raiders made ​​two more touchdowns which made the boss from now 25 points unaufholbar. After a meaningless touchdown the Vikings, it stood at the end of the Super Bowl 32:14.