Sam Madison Super Bowl Records

Madison was a four-time Pro Bowler who also played for the New York Giants. As a player with the Giants, he won Super Bowl XLII, and as an assistant coach with the Chiefs, he won Super Bowl LIV.

The 2007 season finale against New England was one of the Giants’ most memorable if disappointing, regular-season games in the recent 15 years.

The Patriots came to Giants Stadium with the goal of finishing the regular season undefeated. The Giants led by 12 points in the third quarter until New England rallied for a 38-35 win.

Of course, the Giants interrupted the Patriots’ perfect season five weeks later in a much greater environment, winning a thrilling Super Bowl XLII 17-14.

In the Giants’ Super Bowl victory against the Patriots, Madison recorded two tackles and intercepted a Tom Brady pass. His overarching memory of the game, though, had little to do with any specific play.

The genuine life-changing experience for Giants cornerback Sam Madison occurred during a regular-season game.

No one could have known it at the time, but it was an injury that placed him on the route to coaching defensive backs and cornerbacks for the Kansas City Chiefs, who will face the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV this week.

Madison was appointed as the Kansas City Chiefs secondary and cornerback coach on February 19, 2019.

Madison led the team to a Super Bowl LIV victory over the San Francisco 49ers in his first season as head coach. It was his second Super Bowl victory and his first as a head coach.


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