Super Bowl XVI

Super Bowl XVI was the twelfth 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 16 on January 24, 1982, the San Francisco 49ers and the Cincinnati Bengals were compared in Pontiac, Michigan at the Pontiac Silverdome. Winners were the San Francisco 49ers for a final score of 26:21. San Francisco quarterback Joe Montana, the of 22 passes for 157 yards and a touchdown, completed 14 and a touchdown erlief, was elected to the Super Bowl MVP.

Game History

The game began with the first running touchdown of quarterbacks in the history of the Super Bowl. In the second quarter followed by an eleven yards long touchdown pass to Earl Cooper of Montana and two field goals for the 49ers Ray Werschings. The game was already decided on at an intermediate level of 20:0 for the previously very weakly favored San Francisco 49ers in the first half. In the second half, but the Bengals went on to high forms and made two touchdowns for intermediate score of 20:14. But was followed by two more field goals the 49ers, who could the Bengals with another touchdown no longer compensate, they'd lose in a final score of 26:21.