For fans who don’t have a horse in the race, watching a closely contested Super Bowl that comes down to the wire is the best-case scenario.
Of course, while there have been some agonizingly close Super Bowls over the years, there have also been plenty of blowouts. In fact, 26 of the 49 Super Bowls played have been decided by more than 10 points (a margin of one touchdown, extra-point conversion and field goal).
Using a combination of score differential, betting line (via Vegas Insider) and how the game itself played out (a wire-to-wire victory is more of a blowout than a blown lead), PointAfter ranked the most lopsided Super Bowls in history.
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