Bart Starr was MVP of the first two Super Bowls, regular season MVP in 1966, NFL Man of the Year, Professional Player of the Decade, and the first winner of the Byron White Award. Starr led the Green Bay Packers to 5 NFL titles and 2 Super Bowl wins. He later served as head coach of the Packers (1975-83).
Super Bowl XXXVI marked the first time in Super Bowl history that the winning points came on the final play, a 48-yard field goal by New England Patriots kicker Adam Vinatieri. Super Bowl XXXVI was viewed by 131.7 million viewers, making it the fifth-most watched program in television history.
In Super Bowl XXII, rookie running back Timmy Smith rushed for a Super Bowl record 204 yards, leading the Redskins to victory and breaking the previous mark of 191 yards set by Marcus Allen of the Raiders in Super Bowl XVII. Smith also scored twice on runs of 58 and 4 yards.