The complete list of teams with successive participation is provided here, in chronological order; winning games are highlighted: The Packers of Green Bay (twice: Super Bowls I and II; XXXI and XXXII) Cowboys of Dallas (three times: V and VI, XII and XIII, and XXVII and XXVIII) Vikings of Minnesota (VIII and IX) Dolphins of Miami (VI, VII, and VIII) Steelers of Pittsburgh (X and XI) Ravens of Baltimore (XI and XII) 49ers of San Francisco (XXIV and XXV) Giants of New York (XXX and XXXI) Patriots of New England (XL and LII) Seahawks of Seattle (XLII and XLIII)
In addition to these twelve franchises, there is a long-standing rule that requires each franchise to play in its home city during its first season in the league. This rule was adopted by the NFL following the 1950s expansion era when many of its teams were based in cities with limited sports infrastructure; without this rule, some potentially lucrative markets would have had no team to support their efforts at building a stadium and drawing fans.
The Raiders were the first team to win back-to-back Super Bowl titles when they defeated the Bears in Super Bowl XVLIII after winning the 17th game in Oakland against Chicago. They became the first team since the Packers to do so in consecutive seasons when they beat Buffalo in Super Bowl XXXVIII.
Their run was ended by the Patriots in Super Bowl LI.
The Green Bay Packers (1966–1967), the Miami Dolphins (1972–1973), the Pittsburgh Steelers (1974–1975 and 1978–1979), the San Francisco 49ers (1988–89), the Dallas Cowboys (1992–1993), the Denver Broncos (1994–1993), and the New York Giants (1993–1994) share the record for consecutive wins with two. The Packers' first season was arguably their greatest - they went 11-5, including victories over Detroit in the NFL Championship Game and Houston in the AFL Championship Game. They then returned home and beat Minnesota 27-21 in the second annual Super Bowl. The following year, Green Bay went 10-4-1, losing only one game by less than seven points, and defeated Oakland in the AFL-NFL World Championship Game before beating Miami 4-0 in the Super Bowl.
In 1992, the Cowboys became the first team to win back-to-back Super Bowls when they defeated Buffalo 20-16 and 21-17 in Santa Clara, California.
Dallas quarterback Troy Aikman is the all-time leader in Super Bowl appearances with six. He also holds the record for most wins with three. Roger Staubach of the Navy and Aikman's teammate Tony Dorsett are both tied with four career Super Bowl victories.
Dorsett broke the tie in 1989 when he helped the Cowboys defeat Washington 24-13 in their fourth championship game appearance. Dorsett had nine catches for 117 yards and two touchdowns in that victory.
The Green Bay Packers (1966–1967), the Miami Dolphins (1972–1973), the Pittsburgh Steelers (1974–1975 and 1978–1979, the first club to accomplish this feat twice and the only team with four victories in six straight seasons), the San Francisco 49ers (1981–1985), and the Washington Redskins (1992–1995).
This is a difficult question to answer as there are so many different factors that go into winning football games. That being said, here are the teams that have won the most consecutive Super Bowls.
Tied 3-3: The New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts have both won three consecutive Super Bowls. However, it's not done very often and it can't be used as an excuse when it does happen. For example, it was just reported that the Patriots will not be playing in the NFL Championship game this year due to "tampering" by another team. This violates the spirit of the sport and should result in some sort of penalty; perhaps removing one of the teams from the playoffs.
Held at bay 4-0: The San Francisco 49ers have held off all comers over the past thirty years, winning four out of every five Super Bowls they've played in. Last year was their first loss since 2004 and they're looking to continue this streak in 2014.