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This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, showcases the excitement of the evening, as the AFC Champion Baltimore Ravens and the NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers competed in the American football game of the year – Super Bowl XLVII. With a final score of Baltimore 34, San Francisco 31, the Ravens captured the franchise's second Super Bowl Championship. Experiencing great success since winning their first World Championship in 2000, the Ravens have made nine playoff appearances and also earned four AFC North division titles. Super Bowl XLVII marked the first time in NFL history that two brothers, Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh and San Francisco head coach Jim Harbaugh, coached against one another in a Super Bowl.
This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captured the moment the Seattle Seahawks have been waiting for - their first World Championship in franchise history. The Seahawks picked up their first Vince Lombardi Trophy after a crushing win over the Denver Broncos. This matchup marked the second time since 1970 that the league’s top-scoring offense faced the NFL’s top-scoring defense. The Seahawks defense dominated the game and ended the evening with a final score of Seattle 43, Denver 8. The Hawks also lay claim to the third youngest quarterback to win a Super Bowl and a head coach that has won both a Super Bowl and a college football national title.
This panorama of the Arizona Cardinals playing at University of Phoenix Stadium was photographed by Christopher Gjevre. After playing 18 years at Sun Devil Stadium, the Arizona Cardinals finally had a stadium to call their own when University of Phoenix Stadium opened with much fanfare in 2006. With its exterior skin representing the indigenous barrel cactus, it was the first stadium built in North America with both a retractable roof and a retractable field. The field weighs 18.9 million pounds and is moved in only for game days. The Cardinals are the oldest existing professional football club in the United States and are a charter member of the National Football League.
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the Atlanta Falcons playing for a win at the Georgia Dome. On June 30, 1965, one of the most significant days in Atlanta's sports history, the National Football League awarded its 15th franchise to the city. Excited fans showed their enthusiasm by purchasing 45,000 season tickets in a brief 54-day period with almost no promotion; an NFL record for a new team. "Falcons" was suggested by many, with reasons from a school teacher from Griffin, Georgia, singled out. Miss Julia Elliott said, "The Falcon is proud and dignified, with great courage and fight. It never drops its prey. It is deadly and has a great sporting tradition."
This panorama of the Baltimore Ravens playing for their home crowd at M&T Bank Stadium was photographed by James Blakeway. Known for staging one of the NFL's most exciting gameday experiences, M&T Bank Stadium was completed in 1998 and has a seating capacity of 71,008. The Baltimore Ravens came into existence in 1996, and their name is a reference to the poem "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe, who lived and worked in Baltimore at various times during his life. The Ravens' championship history includes a victory in Super Bowl XXXV, in addition to multiple division titles and playoff berths.
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, captures the excitement as the Buffalo Bills hosted their longtime division rival, the Miami Dolphins, in their home opener at the newly renovated Ralph Wilson Stadium. In the first game after the passing of the Bills founding owner, Ralph C. Wilson, Jr., in the stadium that bears his name, Wilson was honored in a special pregame ceremony. The Bills went on to win the game in front of a sellout crowd by a score of 29-10, a memorable day in their rich history that includes two consecutive AFL Championships in 1964 and 1965, and four consecutive Super Bowl appearances from 1990 to 1994.
This panorama, photographed by Nathan Haler, captures the on-field action of the Buffalo Bills playing to their home crowd at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Also known as "The Ralph," the open-air stadium was commissioned as a result of the AFL-NFL merger and opened in 1973. The stadium was originally named Rich Stadium and after 1998, was renamed in honor of Bills' founder and owner Ralph Wilson. In 1960, when the Buffalo franchise joined the new American Football League, their name became the Bills. This resulted from a winning entry in a local contest reflecting on the famous western frontiersman, Buffalo Bill Cody.
This panorama, taken at Ralph Wilson Stadium by James Blakeway, captures the excitement as the Buffalo Bills NFL football team beat division rival, the Miami Dolphins. The Bills began competitive play in 1960 as a charter member of the American Football League (AFL) and joined the NFL as part of the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. The Bills won two consecutive AFL Championships in 1964 and 1965. The Buffalo Bills are the only team in NFL history to play in four consecutive Super Bowl games.
This panorama, taken at Bank of America Stadium, highlights the Carolina Panthers football team playing to their hometown fans in Charlotte, North Carolina. On October 26, 1993, NFL owners unanimously selected Carolina as the 29th NFL franchise and the first expansion team since 1976. It was a dream come true for Carolina Panthers' Owner/Founder, Jerry Richardson, who became just the second former player to own an NFL team. Fan enthusiasm was also apparent, when support poured in across the Carolinas at an unprecedented rate, resulting in preseason game sell-outs in Raleigh, NC in 1989, Chapel Hill, NC in 1990 and Columbia, SC in 1991. This panorama was taken by James Blakeway.
This panorama of the Chicago Bears playing at Soldier Field was photographed by Robert Pettit. The Chicago Bears, originally known as the Decatur Staleys, were founded by owner and head coach George Halas in 1920. The Staleys moved to Chicago in 1921 and became the Chicago Staleys. In 1922, the franchise was renamed the Chicago Bears. The Bears played their final game at Wrigley Field in 1970, before moving to Soldier Field. The original stadium was demolished following the 2001 season, and the Bears made their debut at the rebuilt Soldier Field in 2003, which retained the historic colonnades of the original structure.
NFL Panoramic Pictures
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