The 1999 Super Bowl, officially known as Super Bowl XXXIII, was played on January 31, 1999 at Pro Player Stadium in Miami, Florida. This game saw the Denver Broncos defeat the Atlanta Falcons by a score of 34-19.
The Broncos won their second consecutive Super Bowl, with quarterback John Elway leading the way with a strong performance and Terrell Davis rushing for 102 yards and a touchdown to earn the MVP award. Denver's defense was also strong, holding the Falcons to just 19 points and forcing four turnovers.
This game was notable for being the last Super Bowl of the 20th century and John Elway's final game of his career, as he retired after the game.
- The 1999 Super Bowl was the first Super Bowl to feature the use of instant replay in its officiating.
- 38 year of John Elway was the oldest player to win a MVP (Tom Brady has now beaten this record)