Super Bowl XV
Super Bowl XV was the eleventh edition of the final match between the National Football Conference ( NFC ) and the American Football Conference ( AFC), if you count the Super Bowl between the American Football League ( AFL) and the National Football League ( NFL), is it of 15 on January 25, 1981, the Oakland Raiders and the Philadelphia Eagles were over in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Louisiana Superdome. Winners were the Oakland Raiders for a final score of 27:10. Oakland quarterback Jim Plunkett, who was of 31 passes for 261 yards and three touchdowns, completed 13, was chosen most valuable player. The Raiders were the first wild-card team that could win a Super Bowl.
The first points of Super Bowl XV made the Raiders by a touchdown pass from Plunkett to Cliff Branch, still followed in the same neighborhood, another touchdown, with a 80 yard pass to Kenny King what the Raiders gave a lead of 14-0. The second quarter remained without points for the Eagles to a field goal Tony Franklin, both teams went with a score of 14:3 in the mid-term break. In the second half of Jim Plunkett threw his third touchdown pass total in this game, a 29- yard pass to Cliff Branch. Then followed a Field Goal Chris Bahr, which was for the Raiders as well. In the same quarter, the Eagles did not score a touchdown. The game ended with a field goal on the part of the Raiders, which led to the final score of 27:10.