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Super Bowl ranking: Chiefs Super Bowl appearances haven't been the most exciting

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The Kansas City Chiefs have played in the 35th and 46th greatest Super Bowls of all time. This according to a ranking of all 48 Super Bowls from NFL.com's Gil Brandt.

The Chiefs Super Bowl I loss to the Green Bay Packers was ranked the 35th best Super Bowl, according to Brandt's rankings. The final score was 35-10 so it wasn't exactly a great game -- besides being the first one.

The Chiefs Super Bowl IV victory over the Minnesota Vikings was No. 46 on the list. Obviously, that would rank much higher in Kansas City. The Chiefs, who had one of the greatest defenses of all time that season, won the game, 23-7. No. 47 on the list, right behind the Super Bowl IV Chiefs? Last year's Seahawks-Broncos game.

The top game on the list is the Packers-Cowboys for Super Bowl XIII, which the Steelers won, 35-31. No. 2 on the list everyone will remember -- the David Tyree catch where the Giants beat the Patriots.

It seems like we've had a lot of good Super Bowls lately. Use this list to go back and see how many good Super Bowls we've had in the last 15 years compared to the 15 years before that.

Read the full list of rankings here.