Super Bowl XL Official Game Program

Note: Starting with XXI, programs were available from outlets other than the stadium on game day. As a result, programs from XXI on up can be found either with or without a UPC barcode on the cover. For Super Bowl XL, the barcode version has a blue cover, while the clean version sold at the game has a silver cover. There is also a shiny silver special edition.
Super Bowl XL Program
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11From the Commissioner
NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue welcomes fans to Detroit and Super Bowl XL.
13First Down
A snapshot look at moments from the 2005 NFL season.
34Super Bowl XL - Road to Detroit
36Along the Road
38About Detroit
45Super Week
58TV and Radio
60Pregame Show
61Coin Flip/National Anthem
63Halftime Show
64NFC Champion Stats & Starters
67AFC Champion Stats & Starters
68AFC Champion Scouting Report
Read all about the team that fought its way through a wild postseason to represent the AFC in Super Bowl XL.
76NFC Champion Scouting Report
Here's the inside story on the NFC champions and what they'll need to do to win the Super Bowl.
84Seizing the Moment
It could happen at any time and to any player. The key is to be ready for that opportunity to alter the course of Super Bowl history.
94A Family Affair
With the breathtaking Ford Field, the Ford family has brought the Lions back into the heart of Detroit.
98And the Winner Is
Two veteran football scribes debate the greatest Super Bowl champion of all time.
106Coordinating Success
It's not all about the players and head coach. Assistants also play a major role for every Super Bowl champion.
114A Whole New Ballgame
In the 40 years of the Super Bowl, pro football has changed a great deal. Here's a look at then...and now.
120Passing It Down
They are the first family of the NFL. But when your last name is Manning, football is only part of your calling.
125Remembering Reggie
The one-time general manager of the Green Bay Packers looks back at the spectacular career and contributions of the late Reggie White.
128The Bear Facts
Two decades have passed, but there's still no doubting that the 1985 Chicago Bears rank among the most dominant and different teams in NFL history.
132The Championship Collection
From Green Bay's win in the first Super Bowl to the Patriots' victory last year, here's a short history of the big game. Scores, sites, and MVPs are all included.
140The Start of Something Super
While the rivalry between the AFL and NFL in the 1960s was big, the merger of the two leagues provided for something even bigger...or should we say "Super".
147The Road to Forty
The drive to Detroit was paved with surprises. Follow this road map of the NFL's 86th season to learn all about them.
21540 Questions
Take our Super Bowl quiz and find out if you're championship material.
219Looking Ahead
Anxious for your next dose of NFL excitement? With the league's full 2006 calendar of events, you won't have to wait very long.
220Rookie Salute
Diet Pepsi and the NFL salute the top rookies of 2005.
223NFL Youth Education Towns
The league's YET program, which started in 1993, continues to provide a permanent legacy for cities that have hosted the Super Bowl.
224The Game's the Thing
Whether it's the CFL or the NFL, fans across Canada have shown they love their football. In that same spirit, the two leagues continue to work closely to grow the game.
228A Day For Us All
The MVP of Super Bowl VI reminds us that while certain issues may always divide our country, Super Bowl Sunday is a day to set them aside.

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