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The Denver Broncos won their third Super Bowl with their win in Super Bowl 50. Where does that rank all-time? Where do the Miami Dolphins rank with their 2 championships?

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The Denver Broncos moved out of a group of four franchises with two Super Bow wins into a three-way tie among teams with three championships. They are still three more championships behind the team with the most all-time Super Bowl wins, the Pittsburgh Steelers with six. In 50 played Super Bowls, 19 teams have won a Super Bowl, with another nine teams having at least made an appearance in the championship game.

The Miami Dolphins have appeared in five Super Bowls, winning two of them. They were the first team to appear in three straight Super Bowls, losing Super Bowl VI before winning Super Bowls VII and VIII. Those two wins put them in the group the Broncos left and has Miami tied with the Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens. The Dolphins last appeared in a Super Bowl in 1984, the only appearance in the championship game for Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino. The Dolphins lost that game, Super Bowl XIX, 38-16 to the San Francisco 49ers, the second of five championships for that franchise.

To see where the Dolphins rank all-time, as well as the other 31 teams in the league, in terms of Super Bowl wins, we broke out how many championships for each franchise. Ties were broken by wining percentage in the Super Bowl, followed by the most recent Super Bowl championship for each team. (Some of these teams won their championships in other cities, like the Rams winning their Super Bowl as the St. Louis Rams or the Colts wining Super Bowl V while calling Baltimore home, but the slashed cities took up too much space, so only the current city is listed for each franchise.)

Six Super Bowl Championships

1 - Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2, .750 - 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 2005, 2008)

Five Super Bowl Championships

2 - San Francisco 49ers (5-1, .833 - 1981, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1994)

3- Dallas Cowboys (5-3, .625 - 1971, 1977, 1992, 1993, 1995)

Four Super Bowl Championships

4 - New York Giants (4-1, .800 - 1986, 1990, 2007, 2011)

5 - Green Bay Packers (4-1, .800 - 1966, 1967, 1996, 2010)

6 - New England Patriots (4-4, .500 - 2001, 2003, 2004, 2014)

Three Super Bowl Championships

7 - Washington Redskins (3-2, .600 - 1982, 1987, 1991)

8 - Oakland Raiders (3-2, .600 - 1976, 1980, 1983)

9 - Denver Broncos (3-5, .375 - 1997, 1998, 2015)

Two Super Bowl Championships

10 - Baltimore Ravens (2-0, 1.000 - 2000, 2012)

11 - Indianapolis Colts (2-2, .500 - 1970, 2006)

12 - Miami Dolphins (2-3, .400 - 1972, 1973)

One Super Bowl Championships

13 - New Orleans Saints (1-0, 1.000 - 2009)

14 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-0, 1.000 - 2002)

15 - New York Jets (1-0, 1.000 - 1968)

16 - Chicago Bears (1-1, .500 - 1985)

17 - Kansas City Chiefs (1-1, .500 - 1969)

18 - Seattle Seahawks (1-2, .333 - 2013)

19 - Los Angeles Rams (1-2, .333 - 1999)

No Super Bowl Championships

Arizona Cardinals (0-1, .000)

Tennessee Titans (0-1, .000)

Atlanta Falcons (0-1, .000)

San Diego Chargers (0-1, .000)

Carolina Panthers (0-2, .000)

Cincinnati Bengals (0-2, .000)

Philadelphia Eagles (0-2, .000)

Buffalo Bills (0-4, .000)

Minnesota Vikings (0-4, .000)

No Super Bowl Appearances

Cleveland Browns

Detroit Lions

Jacksonville Jaguars

Houston Texans