Nick Bosa did it all for the Niners defense (12 QB pressures, five tackles, a sack, a forced fumble, a pass deflection), continuing his Defensive Rookie of the Year campaign to the very end. San Francisco allowed 21 unanswered points, though, and lost to Kansas City 31-20.
Malcolm Jenkins helped the Eagles win Super Bowl LII and add another ring to his collection. Jenkins helped lead New Orleans to a championship in SB XLIV in 2010.
Philly Brown (4 Receptions, 80 Yards) and Ted Ginn (4 Receptions, 74 Yards) paced the Panthers offense, but it was Bradley Roby and the Broncos who emerged victorious.
Wide Receiver Santonio Holmes had nine receptions for 131 yards, including a 6-yard touchdown catch from Ben Roethlisberger to lift the Steelers to a Super Bowl XLIII triumph.
Three-time Super Bowl Champion linebacker Mike Vrabel switched sides of the ball in his final two world championship victories, catching a goal-line touchdown pass from Tom Brady in each.
Eddie George recorded two second-half touchdowns, but the Titans fell to fellow Buckeye Orlando Pace and the Rams 23-16.
Paul Warfield led the Miami Dolphins in receiving in Super Bowls VI, VII and VIII.
Tom Matte and Matt Snell become the first (and only!) running backs from the same school to rush for 100+ yards in the same Super Bowl.
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