Super Bowl LIX was the 59th Super Bowl game and the final game of the 2024 NFL season. It was played in New Orleans, Louisiana in February of 2025 between the NFC champion New York Giants, entering the game having only lost one game all year and sporting one of the best offenses in NFL history, and the AFC champion Baltimore Ravens. It was a rematch of Super Bowl XXXV in January of 2001, which the Ravens won. It was also, in a way, a rematch of Super Bowl XLII, also played in New Orleans, as it once again pitted John Harbaugh against his younger brother Jim, this time coaching the Giants. It was thus dubbed the Harbowl II.
In a massive upset, the Ravens blew out the Giants 42-17 in a rout, with Ravens journeyman quarterback Cardale Jones passing for four touchdowns and 277 yards, including a run of 17 consecutive completions, and no interceptions to be named Super Bowl MVP. Regular season MVP quarterback Josh Rosen of the New York Giants was intercepted three times and lost one of his two fumbles and John Harbaugh won his second title as head coach of the Ravens, twelve years after his first, again over his brother.