January 21, 2017
I’ve been meaning to do this theme for a while and it will kick off shortly.
Now that there are 50 unique Super Bowl Rings, it would be a great time for me to rank them from worst to first in a blog series that will probably take about a year to finish.
Those who read this championship ring blog know that about once a month, I run a blog series of the winning and losing Super Bowl rings from a particular Super Bowl That column was started around 3 years ago with Super Bowl I and goes on to the next game when the blog series is updated. Because it now only updates with a fresh blog entry about once a month, we are up to Super Bowl XL.
That blog series will continue, but the new one, where I rank each Super Bowl ring will be updated on average of once a week. I will show plenty of pictures on each winning Super Bowl ring including the two shanks and presentation box and I will go into detail as to why I feel the championship ring is ranked where it is in the list of 1 – 50.
Please, if you disagree with my opinions, or have ideas or additions, please contact me and I will give you credit in the blog.
Meanwhile, the great photo shown above is Rocky Bleier’s four Pittsburgh Steeler rings, earned as a player in the 1970s.
Please remember, I buy championship rings all the time, and if you would like to sell your championship ring in complete privacy, please contact me.