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Oct 03

Récords NFL Super Bowls

Individual player records[]

All records can be referenced at NFL.com[1] or Pro Football reference.com.[2]

Service[]

  • Most Super Bowl MVPs, 3
  • Joe Montana – San Francisco XVI, XIX, XXIV
  • Tom Brady – New England XXXVI, XXXVIII, XLIX
  • Most Games, Winning Team, 5
  • Charles Haley – San Francisco XXIII, XXIV, Dallas XXVII, XXVIII, XXX
  • Most consecutive Championships as a player, 3
  • Ken Norton, Jr. – Dallas XXVII, XXVIII, San Francisco XXIX
  • Longest time between Super Bowl championships as a player, 12 seasons
  • Ray Lewis – Baltimore Ravens XXXV, Baltimore Ravens XLVII
  • Most appearances as either a player or coach, 9
  • Dan Reeves – player Dallas V, VI, assistant coach X, XII, XIII, head coach Denver XXI, XXII, XXIV, Atlanta XXXIII [3]
  • Bill Belichick – assistant coach New York XXI, XXV, New England XXXI, head coach New England XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX
  • Most games played, 6
  • Mike Lodish – defensive tackle, Buffalo XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, Denver XXXII, XXXIII
  • Tom Brady – quarterback, New England XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX
  • Most games started, 6
  • Tom Brady – quarterback, New England XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX
  • Most consecutive appearances, 5
  • Gale Gilbert – quarterback, Buffalo XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, San Diego XXIX
  • Most starts at quarterback, 6
  • Tom Brady – quarterback, New England XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX
  • Most wins as starting quarterback, 4
  • Terry Bradshaw – Pittsburgh IX, X, XIII, XIV
  • Joe Montana – San Francisco XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV
  • Tom Brady – New England XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLIX
  • Wins as starting quarterback for two different teams
  • Peyton Manning – Indianapolis XLI, Denver 50 [4]
  • Most games as a kicker, 5
  • Adam Vinatieri – New England XXXI, XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, Indianapolis XLI
  • Most wins as a kicker, 4
  • Adam Vinatieri – New England XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, Indianapolis XLI
  • Oldest player, 42 years, 11 days
  • Matt Stover, kicker – Indianapolis XLIV
  • Youngest player to start, 21 years, 322 days
  • Bryan Bulaga, offensive lineman – Green Bay XLV
  • Oldest Quarterback to start and to win, 39
  • Peyton Manning – Denver 50 [5]
  • Youngest Quarterback to start and to win, 23 years, 11 months, 3 days
  • Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh XL

Scoring[]

  • Most points scored, career, 48
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco XXIII, XXIV, XXIX, and Oakland XXXVII
  • Most points scored, single game – 18 (accomplished five times by four players)
  • Roger Craig – San Francisco vs. Miami, XIX
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX
  • Ricky Watters – San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX
  • Terrell Davis – Denver vs. Green Bay, XXXII
  • Longest scoring play, 108 yard kickoff return
  • Jacoby Jones – Baltimore vs. San Francisco, XLVII[6]
  • Most Touchdowns, plays of 50-or-more yards, game, 2
  • Ricky Sanders – Washington vs. Denver, XXII[7]
  • Jacoby Jones – Baltimore vs. San Francisco, XLVII[6]

Touchdowns[]

00 In this category R = rushing touchdown (TD); P = pass reception TD; KR = kickoff return TD

  • Most touchdowns, career, 8
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco XXIII, XXIV, XXIX, and Oakland XXXVII
  • Most touchdowns, single game, 3 (accomplished five times by four players)
  • Roger Craig – San Francisco vs. Miami, XIX (1-R, 2-P)
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV (3-P)
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX (3-P)
  • Ricky Watters – San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX (1-R, 2-P)
  • Terrell Davis – Denver vs. Green Bay, XXXII (3-R)
  • Most touchdowns, plays of 50-or-more yards, game, 2[6]
  • Ricky Sanders – Washington, XXII (2-P)
  • Jacoby Jones – Baltimore Ravens, XLVII (1-P, 1-KR)
  • Touchdowns scored for two different teams, 3 players
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco XXIII, Oakland XXXVII
  • Ricky Proehl – Louis Rams XXXVI, Carolina XXXVIII
  • Muhsin Muhammad – Carolina XXXVIII, Chicago XLI
  • Longest play, 108 yards
  • Jacoby Jones – KR, Baltimore vs. San Francisco, XLVII[8]

Passing[]

  • Highest passer rating, career, (40 attempts), 127.83
  • Joe Montana – 4 games, San Francisco XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV
  • Highest passer rating, game, 150.92
  • Phil Simms – New York Giants vs. Denver, XXI
  • Lowest passer rating to win game, 22.6
  • Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh vs. Seattle, XL
  • Most attempts, career, 247
  • Tom Brady – 6 games, New England XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX
  • Most attempts, game, 58
  • Jim Kelly – Buffalo vs. Washington, XXVI
  • Fewest attempts by winning QB, game, 7
  • Bob Griese – Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII
  • Most completions, career, 164
  • Tom Brady – 6 games, New England XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX
  • Most completions to start a game, 9
  • Eli Manning – New York Giants vs. New England, XLVI
  • Most consecutive completions, game, 16
  • Tom Brady – New England vs. New York Giants, XLVI
  • Most completions, game, 37
  • Tom Brady – New England vs. Seattle, XLIX
  • Most completions, both quarterbacks, 63[9]
  • Drew Brees – New Orleans (32) vs. Peyton Manning Indianapolis (31), XLIV
  • Fewest completions by winning QB, game, 6
  • Bob Griese – Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII
  • Highest completion percentage, career, (40 attempts), 70%
  • Troy Aikman -Dallas 3 games, (80-56) XXVII, XXVIII, XXX
  • Highest completion percentage, career, (30 attempts), 82.1%[9]
  • Drew Brees – New Orleans 1 game, (39-32) XLIV
  • Highest completion percentage, game, (20 attempts), 88%
  • Phil Simms – Y. Giants vs. Denver, XXI (25-22)
  • Highest completion percentage, both teams, 75% (84-63)[9]
  • Drew Brees, New Orleans Peyton Manning, Indianapolis XLIV
  • Most passing yards, career, 1,605
  • Tom Brady – 6 games, New England XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX
  • Most passing yards, game, 414
  • Kurt Warner – Louis vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
  • Most passing yards, quarter, 228 (second)
  • Doug Williams – Washington vs. Denver, XXII
  • Longest pass, 85 yards (TD)
  • Jake Delhomme (to Muhammad) – Carolina vs. New England, XXXVIII
  • Fewest passing yards by a Super Bowl MVP, 119
  • Roger Staubach – Dallas vs. Miami, VI
  • Highest average gain, career (40 attempts), 11.10 yards
  • Terry Bradshaw – Pittsburgh, 4 games (84-932), IX, X, XIII, XIV
  • Highest average gain, game (20 attempts), 14.71 yards
  • Terry Bradshaw – Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles Rams, XIV (21-309)
  • Most touchdown passes, career, 13
  • Tom Brady – 6 games, New England XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX
  • Most touchdown passes, game, 6
  • Steve Young – San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX
  • Most touchdown passes, half, 4
  • Doug Williams, first half – Washington vs. Denver, XXII
  • Steve Young, first half – San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX
  • Most touchdown passess, quarter, 4 (second)
  • Doug Williams – Washington vs. Denver, XXII
  • Lowest percentage, passes had intercepted, career, (40 attempts), 0.00%
  • Jim Plunkett, Oakland-L.A. Raiders, 2 games (46-0), XV, XVIII
  • Joe Montana, San Francisco, 4 games (122-0), XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV
  • Most attempts, without interception, game, 48
  • Tom Brady – New England vs. N.Y. Giants, XLII
  • Most interceptions thrown, career, 8
  • John Elway – Denver 5 games XXI, XXII, XXIV, XXXII, XXXIII
  • Most interceptions thrown, game, 5
  • Rich Gannon – Oakland vs. Tampa Bay, XXXVII

Rushing[]

  • Most attempts, career, 101
  • Franco Harris – Pittsburgh IX, X, XIII, and XIV
  • Most attempts, game, 38
  • John Riggins – Washington vs. Miami, XVII
  • Most rushing yards, career, 354
  • Franco Harris – Pittsburgh IX, X, XIII, and XIV
  • Most rushing yards, game, 204
  • Timmy Smith – Washington vs. Denver, XXII
  • Longest run from scrimmage, 75 yards (TD)
  • Willie Parker – Pittsburgh vs. Seattle, XL
  • Most rushing touchdowns, career, 5
  • Emmitt Smith – Dallas XXVII, XXVIII, and XXX
  • Most rushing touchdowns, game, 3
  • Terrell Davis – Denver vs. Green Bay, XXXII
  • Highest average gain, career (20 attempts), 9.6 yards
  • Marcus Allen – Los Angeles Raiders, 1 game (20-191) XVIII
  • Highest average gain, game (10 attempts), 10.5 yards
  • Tom Matte – Baltimore Colts vs. N.Y. Jets, III (11-116)
  • Longest Touchdown Run, Quarterback, 15 yards
  • Colin Kaepernick – San Francisco vs. Baltimore Ravens, XLVII[6]
  • Most rushing yards, game, Quarterback, 64 yards
  • Steve McNair – Tennessee vs. St. Louis, XXXIV

Receiving[]

  • Most receptions, career, 33
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco XXIII, XXIV, XXIX; Oakland XXXVII
  • Most receptions, game, 13
  • Demaryius Thomas – Denver vs. Seattle, XLVIII
  • Most receiving yards, career, 589
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco XXIII, XXIV, XXIX; Oakland XXXVII
  • Most receiving yards, game, 215
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, XXIII
  • Most receiving yards, game, tight end, 104
  • Dan Ross – Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XVI
  • Vernon Davis – San Francisco vs. Baltimore Ravens, XLVII[6]
  • Longest reception, 85 yards (TD)
  • Muhsin Muhammad – (from Delhomme), Carolina vs. New England, XXXVIII (TD)
  • Highest average gain, career (8 receptions), 24.4 yards
  • John Stallworth – Pittsburgh, 4 games (11-268)
  • Highest average gain, game (3 receptions), 40.33 yards
  • John Stallworth – Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles Rams, XIV (3-121)
  • Most receiving touchdowns, career, 8
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco XXIII, XXIV, XXIX; Oakland XXXVII
  • Most receiving touchdowns, game, 3
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV
  • Jerry Rice – San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX

Combined yardage[]

This category includes rushing, receiving, interception returns, punt returns, kickoff returns, and fumble returns.[10]

  • Most Attempts, career, 108
  • Franco Harris – Pittsburgh 4 games IX, X, XIII, XIV
  • Most Attempts, game, 39
  • John Riggins – Washington vs. Miami, XVII
  • Most yards gained, career, 604
  • Jerry Rice – 4 games San Francisco XXIII, XXIV, XXIX; Oakland XXXVII
  • Most yards gained, game, 290
  • Jacoby Jones – Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco, XLVII[6]

Fumbles[]

  • Most fumbles, career, 5
  • Roger Staubach – Dallas 4 games VI, X, XII, XIII
  • Most fumbles, game, 3
  • Roger Staubach – Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, X
  • Jim Kelly – Buffalo vs. Washington, XXVI
  • Frank Reich – Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVII
  • Most fumbles recovered, career, 2
  • Jake Scott, Miami, 3 games (1 own, 1 opp)
  • Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota, 3 games (2 own)
  • Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games (2 own)
  • Roger Staubach, Dallas, 4 games (2 own)
  • Bobby Walden, Pittsburgh, 2 games (2 own)
  • John Fitzgerald, Dallas, 4 games (2 own)
  • Randy Hughes, Dallas, 3 games (2 opp)
  • Butch Johnson, Dallas, 2 games (2 own)
  • Mike Singletary, Chicago, 1 game (2 opp)
  • John Elway, Denver, 5 games (2 own)
  • Jimmie Jones, Dallas, 2 games (2 opp)
  • Kenneth Davis, Buffalo, 4 games (2 own)
  • Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams – Arizona, 3 games (2 own)
  • Danny Trevathan, Denver, 2 games (1 own, 1 opp)
  • Most fumbles recovered, game, 2
  • Jake Scott – Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII (1 own, 1 opp)
  • Roger Staubach – Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, X (2 own)
  • Randy Hughes – Dallas vs. Denver, XII (2 opp)
  • Butch Johnson – Dallas vs. Denver, XII (2 own)
  • Mike Singletary – Chicago vs. New England, XX (2 opp)
  • Jimmie Jones – Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVII (2 opp)
  • Danny Trevathan – Denver vs. Carolina, 50 (1 own, 1 opp)
  • Most fumble return yards, game, 64 yards
  • Leon Lett – Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVII
  • Longest fumble return, 64 yards
  • Leon Lett – Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVII
  • Longest fumble return for touchdown, 49 yards
  • Mike Bass – Washington vs. Miami, VII
  • Most fumble returns for touchdowns, game, 1
  • Mike Bass – Washington vs. Miami, VII (opp 49 yds)
  • Mike Hegman – Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, XIII (opp 37 yds)
  • Jimmie Jones – Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVII (opp 2 yds)
  • Ken Norton, Jr. – Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVII (opp 9 yds)
  • James Washington – Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVIII (opp 46 yds)
  • Malik Jackson – Denver vs. Carolina, 50 (opp end zone)

Defense[]

  • Most interceptions, career, 3
  • Chuck Howley – Dallas 2 games, V, VI
  • Rod Martin – Oakland-L.A. Raiders 2 games XV, XVIII
  • Larry Brown – Dallas 3 games XXVII, XXVIII, XXX
  • Most interceptions, game, 3
  • Rod Martin – Oakland vs. Philadelphia, XV
  • Most interception yards gained, career, 108
  • Darrien Gordon – 4 games San Diego XXIX, Denver XXXII, XXXIII, Oakland XXXVII
  • Most interception yards gained, game, 108
  • Darrien Gordon – Denver vs. Atlanta, XXXIII
  • Longest interception return, 100 yards, TD
  • James Harrison – Pittsburgh vs. Arizona, XLIII
  • Most interceptions returned for a touchdown, game, 2
  • Dwight Smith – Tampa Bay vs. Oakland, XXXVII
  • Most tackles, game, 12
  • Gary Brackett – Indianapolis vs. New Orleans, XLIV
  • Most tackles, career, 22
  • Bobby Wagner – Linebacker Seattle 2 games XLVIII, XLIX
  • Most tackles plus assists, game, 18 (11 tackles, 7 assists)
  • Dan Morgan – Carolina vs. New England, XXXVIII
  • Most sacks, career, 5

(Sacks an official statistic since XVII by the NFL, sacks for all games shown by Pro Football Reference.com[2])

  • C. Greenwood – 4 games Pittsburgh IX, X, XIII, XIV [11][12]
  • Most sacks, single game, 4
  • C. Greenwood – Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, X [12]
  • Most safeties, game, 1

Defensive, tackle in end zone

  • Dwight White – Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, IX (Was first score of game)
  • Henry Waechter – Chicago vs. New England, XX
  • George Martin – Y. Giants vs. Denver, XXI
  • Bruce Smith – Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, XXV
  • Cliff Avril – Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII [13] (Was first score of game)

Special teams

Blocked punts

  • Reggie Harrison – Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, X

Punter ran out of end zone

  • Chris Culliver cred for safety – San Francisco vs. Baltimore Ravens, XLVII[6]

Offensive penalties in end zone

  • Justin Hartwig (holding penalty) – center, Pittsburgh vs. Arizona, XLIII
  • Tom Brady (intentional grounding penalty) – quarterback, New England vs. N.Y. Giants, XLVI (Was first score of game) [14]

Special teams[]

Kickoff returns[]

  • Longest kickoff return, 108 yards, TD
  • Jacoby Jones – Baltimore vs. San Francisco, XLVII
  • Most kickoff returns, career, 10
  • Ken Bell – Denver 3 games XXI, XXII, XXIV [15]
  • Most kickoff returns, game, 8
  • Andre Coleman – San Diego vs. San Francisco, XXIX
  • Marcus Knight – Oakland vs. Tampa Bay XXXVII
  • Most kickoff return yards, career, 283
  • Fulton Walker – Miami 2 games XVII, XIX
  • Most kickoff return yards, game, 244
  • Andre Coleman – San Diego vs. San Francisco, XXIX
  • Highest kickoff return average, career (4 returns), 42.0 yards
  • Tim Dwight, Atlanta, 1 game (5-210) XXXIII
  • Highest kickoff return average, game (3 returns), 47.5 yards
  • Fulton Walker, Miami vs. Washington, (4-190) XVII
  • Opening kickoff returned for touchdown, 1 time
  • Devin Hester – Chicago vs. Indianapolis, XLI
  • Most kickoff returns for touchdowns, game, 1
  • Fulton Walker – Miami vs. Washington, XVII
  • Stanford Jennings – Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XXIII
  • Andre Coleman – San Diego vs. San Francisco, XXIX
  • Desmond Howard – Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
  • Tim Dwight – Atlanta vs. Denver, XXXIII
  • Ron Dixon – Y. Giants vs. Baltimore Ravens, XXXV
  • Jermaine Lewis – Baltimore Ravens vs. N.Y. Giants XXXV
  • Devin Hester – Chicago vs. Indianapolis, XLI
  • Jacoby Jones – Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco, XLVII
  • Percy Harvin – Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII

Kickoffs[]

  • Most kickoffs for touchback, 5
  • Lin Elliott – 9 Kickoffs, 5 touchbacks – Dallas vs. Buffalo XXVII
  • Stephen Gostkowski – 5 kickoffs, 5 touchbacks – New England vs. Seattle XLIX

Punting[]

  • Longest punt, 64 yards
  • Ryan Allen – New England vs. Seattle XLIX
  • Most punts inside 10 yard line, game, 3
  • Steve Weatherford – Y. Giants vs. New England XLVI
  • Most punts, game, 11
  • Brad Maynard – Y. Giants vs. Baltimore Ravens XXXV
  • Most punts, career, 17
  • Mike Eischeid – 3 games Oakland II, Minnesota VIII, IX
  • Mike Horan – 4 games Denver XXI, XXII, XXIV, Louis Rams XXXIV
  • Highest punting average, career (10 punts), 46.5 yards
  • Jerrel Wilson, Kansas City 2 games (11-511) – I, IV
  • Highest punting average, game (4 punts), 50.2 yards
  • Tom Rouen, Seattle vs. Pittsburgh, (6-301) – XL

Punt returns[]

  • Most punt returns, career, 8
  • Troy Brown – New England 3 games XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX
  • Most punt returns, game, 6
  • Mike Nelms – Washington vs. Miami, XVII
  • Desmond Howard – Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
  • Most fair catches, game, 4
  • Jermaine Lewis – Baltimore Ravens vs. N.Y. Giants, XXXV
  • Karl Williams – Tampa Bay vs. Oakland, XXXVII
  • Most punt return yards gained, career, 94
  • John Taylor – San Francisco 3 games XXIII, XXIV, XXIX
  • Most punt return yards gained, game, 90
  • Desmond Howard – Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
  • Longest punt return, 61 yards
  • Jordan Norwood – Denver vs. Carolina, 50
  • Highest average, punt return yardage, career (4 returns), 15.7 yards
  • John Taylor, 3 games (6-94) San Francisco XXIII, XXIV, XXIX
  • Highest average, punt return yardage, game (3 returns), 18.7 yards
  • John Taylor, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, (3-56) XXIII
  • Most punt returns for touchdowns, game, 0
  • none

Field goals[]

  • Most field goals attempted, career, 10
  • Adam Vinatieri – 5 games New England XXXI, XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, Indianapolis XLI
  • Most field goals attempted, game, 5
  • Jim Turner – Y. Jets vs. Baltimore Colts, III
  • Efren Herrera – Dallas vs. Denver, XII
  • Most field goals, career, 7
  • Adam Vinatieri – 5 games New England XXXI, XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, Indianapolis XLI
  • Game winning field goals
  • Jim O’Brien 0:09 time left – Baltimore Colts vs. Dallas, V
  • Adam Vinatieri 0:00 time left – New England vs. St. Louis Rams, XXXVI
  • Adam Vinatieri 0:09 time left – New England vs. Carolina, XXXVIII
  • Most field goals, game, 4
  • Don Chandler – Green Bay vs. Oakland, II
  • Ray Wersching – San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, XVI
  • Most 40-plus yard field goals, game, 3
  • Garrett Hartley – New Orleans Saints vs. Indianapolis XLIV
  • Longest field goal, 54 yards
  • Steve Christie – Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVIII
  • Shortest field goal, 9 yards
  • Jim Turner – Baltimore Colts vs. N.Y. Jets III
  • Mike Clark – Dallas vs. Miami VI

Note: The goal posts were moved to the back of the end zone in 1974. As such, this record cannot be broken without another change to the layout of the field. Standard field goal protocol does not currently allow a kick 17 yards or shorter.

Points after touchdown[]

  • Most (one point) PATs, career, 13
  • Adam Vinatieri – 5 games New England XXXI, XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, Indianapolis XLI
  • Most (one point) extra points, game, 7
  • Mike Cofer – San Francisco vs. Denver, (8 attempts) XXIV
  • Lin Elliot – Dallas vs. Buffalo, (7 attempts) XXVII
  • Doug Brien – San Francisco vs. San Diego, (7 attempts) XXIX
  • Most 2 point conversions, game, 1
  • Mark Seay – San Diego vs. San Francisco XXIX
  • Alfred Pupunu – San Diego vs. San Francisco XXIX
  • Mark Chmura – Green Bay vs. New England XXXI
  • Kevin Faulk – New England vs. Carolina XXXVIII
  • Lance Moore – New Orleans vs. Indianapolis XLIV
  • Antwaan Randle El – Pittsburgh vs. Green Bay XLV
  • Wes Welker – Denver vs. Seattle XLVIII
  • Bennie Fowler – Denver vs. Carolina 50

Team records[]

All records can be referenced at NFL.com.[1][2]

  • Most Super Bowl appearances, 8
  • Dallas Cowboys V, VI, X, XII, XIII, XXVII, XXVIII, XXX
  • Pittsburgh Steelers IX, X, XIII, XIV, XXX, XL, XLIII, XLV
  • New England Patriots XX, XXXI, XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX
  • Denver Broncos XII, XXI, XXII, XXIV, XXXII, XXXIII, XLVIII, 50
  • Most consecutive Super Bowl appearances, 4
  • Buffalo Bills XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII
  • Most Super Bowl victories, 6
  • Pittsburgh Steelers IX, X, XIII, XIV, XL, XLIII
  • Most consecutive Super Bowl victories, 2 (occurred 8 times)
  • Green Bay Packers I, II
  • Miami Dolphins VII, VIII
  • Pittsburgh Steelers IX, X
  • Pittsburgh Steelers XIII, XIV
  • San Francisco 49ers XXIII, XXIV
  • Dallas Cowboys XXVII, XXVIII
  • Denver Broncos XXXII, XXXIII
  • New England Patriots XXXVIII, XXXIX
  • Most Super Bowl losses, 5
  • Denver Broncos XII, XXI, XXII, XXIV, XLVIII
  • Most consecutive Super Bowl losses, 4
  • Buffalo Bills XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII
  • Super Bowl win with no home playoff games
  • Green Bay Packers I – 2 playoff games
  • Kansas City Chiefs IV – 3 playoff games
  • Pittsburgh Steelers XL – 4 playoff games
  • New York Giants XLII – 4 playoff games
  • Green Bay Packers XLV – 4 playoff games
  • Most Super Bowl wins without a loss, 2
  • Baltimore Ravens – XXXV, XLVII
  • Longest Super Bowl win streak, 5 games
  • San Francisco 49ers – XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV, XXIX
  • Most Super Bowl appearances without a win, 4
  • Minnesota Vikings IV, VIII, IX, XI
  • Buffalo Bills XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII
  • Most numerous matchup, 3
  • Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys X, XIII, XXX

Scoring[]

Points[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most points, game, 55
  • San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV
  • Most points by a losing team, game, 31
  • Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, XIII
  • San Francisco vs. Baltimore, XLVII
  • Fewest points, game, 3
  • Miami vs. Dallas, VI
  • Fewest points by winning team, game, 14
  • Miami vs. Washington, VII
  • Largest margin of victory, 45 points
  • San Francisco 49ers vs. Denver, (55-10) XXIV
  • Smallest margin of victory, 1 point
  • New York Giants vs. Buffalo, (20-19), XXV
  • Most points scored, first half of play, 35
  • Washington vs. Denver, XXII
  • Most points, second half of play, 30
  • New York Giants vs. Denver, XXI
  • Most points scored in any quarter of play, 35
  • Washington vs. Denver, (second quarter), XXII
  • Most points, first quarter, 14 (by 7 teams)
  • Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII
  • Oakland vs. Philadelphia, XV
  • Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVII
  • San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX
  • New England vs. Green Bay, XXXI
  • Chicago vs. Indianapolis, XLI
  • Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh, XLV
  • Most points, second quarter, 35
  • Washington vs. Denver, XXII
  • Most points, third quarter, 21
  • Chicago vs. New England, XX
  • Most points, fourth quarter, 21
  • Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVII
  • Largest lead, end of first quarter, 14 points
  • Miami vs. Minnesota, (14-0), VIII
  • Oakland vs. Philadelphia, (14-0), XV
  • Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh, (14-0), XLV
  • Largest halftime margin, 25 points
  • Washington vs. Denver, (35-10), XXII
  • Largest halftime lead with a shutout, 22 points [16]
  • Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII
  • Largest lead, end of 3rd quarter, 41 points
  • Chicago vs. New England, (44-3), XX
  • Largest comeback, 10 points
  • Washington vs. Denver, XXII Redskins behind 10-0. Won 42-10
  • New Orleans vs. Indianapolis, XLIV Saints behind 10-0. Won 31-17
  • New England vs. Seattle, XLIX Patriots behind 24-14. Won 28-24
  • Largest 4th quarter comeback, 10 points
  • New England vs. Seattle, XLIX Patriots behind 24-14. Won 28-24
  • Fewest points, first half, 0 (12 times)
  • Baltimore Colts vs. New York Jets, III
  • Minnesota 4 times – Kansas City, IV, vs. Miami, VIII, vs. Pittsburgh, IX, vs. Oakland, XI
  • Washington vs. Miami, VII
  • Denver 2 times – Dallas, XII, vs. Seattle, XLVIII
  • Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XVI
  • Buffalo vs. Washington, XXVI
  • Tennessee vs. St. Louis Rams, XXXIV
  • New York Giants vs. Baltimore Ravens, XXXV
  • Fewest points, second half, 0 (8 times)
  • Kansas City vs. Green Bay, I
  • Dallas vs. Baltimore Colts, V
  • Miami 4 times – Dallas, VI, vs. Washington, VII, vs. Washington, XVII, vs. San Francisco, XIX Super Bowl VII was the only time that a team failed to score in the second half and won.
  • Denver vs. Washington, XXII
  • Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVIII

Both teams[]

  • Most points, game, 75
  • San Francisco (49) vs. San Diego (26), XXIX
  • Fewest points, game, 21
  • Miami (14) vs. Washington (7), VII
  • Most points, first half, 45
  • Washington (35) vs. Denver (10), XXII
  • Most points, second half, 46
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (28) vs. Oakland Raiders (18), XXXVII
  • Fewest points, first half, 2
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (2) vs. Minnesota Vikings (0), IX
  • Fewest points, second half, 7
  • Miami Dolphins (0) vs. Washington (7), VII
  • Washington (7) vs. Denver (0), XXII
  • Most points, first quarter, 24
  • Green Bay (10) vs. New England (14), XXXI
  • Most points, second quarter, 35
  • Washington (35) vs. Denver (0), XXII
  • Most points, third quarter, 24
  • Washington (14) vs. Buffalo (10), XXVI
  • Baltimore (7) vs. San Francisco (17), XLVII
  • Most points, fourth quarter, 37
  • New England (18) vs. Carolina (19), XXXVIII
  • Most lead changes in the fourth quarter, 3
  • New England vs. New York Giants, XLII
  • Both teams scoring over 30 points, 2 times[6]
  • Pittsburgh (35) vs. Dallas (31), XIII
  • Baltimore Ravens (34) vs. San Francisco (31), XLVII

Touchdowns[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most touchdowns, game, 8
  • San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV
  • Most touchdowns, losing team, game, 4
  • Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, XIII
  • Carolina vs. New England, XXXVIII
  • Fewest touchdowns, winning team, game, 1
  • New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts, III
  • Fewest touchdowns, game, 0
  • Miami vs. Dallas, VI
  • Longest touchdown scoring drive, 96 yards
  • Chicago vs. New England, XX
  • Indianapolis vs. New Orleans, XLIV
  • New England vs. New York Giants, XLVI
  • Most touchdowns, combined, all Super Bowls, 26
  • Dallas Cowboys 8 games V, VI, X, XII, XIII, XXVII, XXVIII, XXX

Both teams[]

  • Most touchdowns, game, 10
  • San Francisco (7) vs. San Diego (3), XXIX
  • Fewest touchdowns, game, 2
  • New York Jets (1) vs. Baltimore Colts (1), III

Points after touchdown[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most (one point) PATs, game, 7
  • San Francisco vs. Denver, (8 attempts) XXIV
  • Dallas vs. Buffalo, (7 attempts) XXVII
  • San Francisco vs. San Diego, (7 attempts) XXIX

Most two point conversions, game, 2

  • San Diego vs. San Francisco, XXIX

Both teams[]

  • Most (one point) PATs, game, 9
  • Pittsburgh (5) vs. Dallas (4), XIII
  • Dallas (7) vs. Buffalo (2) (XXVII)
  • Fewest (one point) PATs, game, 2
  • Baltimore Colts (1) vs. N.Y. Jets (1), III
  • Baltimore Colts (1) vs. Dallas (1), V
  • Minnesota (0) vs. Pittsburgh (2), IX
  • Denver (1) vs. Carolina (1), 50
  • Most two point conversions, game, 2
  • San Diego (2) vs. San Francisco (0), XXIX

Field goals[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most field goals attempted, game, 5
  • Y. Jets vs. Baltimore, III
  • Dallas vs. Denver, XII
  • Most field goals, game, 4
  • Green Bay vs. Oakland, II
  • San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, XVI
  • Most fake field goals attempted, game, 1
  • Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco 49ers, XLVII

Both teams[]

  • Most field goals attempted, game, 7
  • Y. Jets (5) vs. Baltimore (2), III
  • San Francisco (4) vs. Cincinnati (3), XXIII
  • Louis (4) vs. Tennessee (3), XXXIV
  • Denver (4) vs. Atlanta (3), XXXIII
  • Fewest field goals attempted, game, 1
  • Minnesota (0) vs. Miami (1), VIII
  • San Francisco (0) vs. Denver (1), XXIV
  • Philadelphia (0) vs. New England (1), XXXIX
  • New England (0) vs. N.Y. Giants (1), XLII
  • New England (0) vs. Seattle (1), XLIX
  • Most field goals, game, 5
  • Cincinnati (3) vs. San Francisco (2), XXIII
  • Dallas (3) vs. Buffalo (2), XXVIII
  • Baltimore Ravens (2) vs. San Francisco (3), XLVII
  • Most field goals without miss, game, 5
  • Dallas (3) vs. Buffalo (2), XXVIII
  • Baltimore Ravens (2) vs. San Francisco (3), XLVII[6]
  • Fewest field goals, game, 0
  • Miami vs. Washington, VII
  • Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, IX

Safeties[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most safeties, game, 1
  • Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, IX
  • Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, X
  • Chicago vs. New England, XX
  • New York Giants vs. Denver, XXI
  • Buffalo vs. New York Giants, XXV
  • Arizona vs. Pittsburgh, XLIII
  • New York Giants vs. New England, XLVI
  • San Francisco vs. Baltimore Ravens, XLVII
  • Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII

Offense[]

Net yards gained[]

Combined rushing and passing

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most net yards, rushing and passing, game, 602
  • Washington vs. Denver, XXII
  • Fewest net yards, rushing and passing, game, 119
  • Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, IX
  • Fewest Total Yards, Winning Team, game, 194
  • Denver vs. Carolina, 50 [5]

Both teams[]

  • Most net yards, rushing and passing, game, 929
  • Washington (602) vs. Denver (327), XXII
  • Fewest net yards, rushing and passing, game, 396
  • New York Giants (152) vs. Baltimore Ravens (244), XXXV

Rushing[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most rushing attempts, game, 57
  • Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, IX
  • Fewest rushing attempts, winning team, game, 13
  • Louis Rams vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
  • Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh XLV
  • Fewest rushing attempts, game, 9
  • Miami vs. San Francisco, XIX
  • Most yards rushing, game, 280
  • Washington vs. Denver, XXII
  • Fewest rushing yards, winning team, game, 29
  • Louis Rams vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
  • Fewest yards rushing, game, 7
  • New England vs. Chicago, XX
  • Highest average gain per rush attempt, game, 7.00 yards
  • Los Angeles Raiders vs. Washington, (33-231), XVIII
  • Washington vs. Denver, (40-280), XXII
  • Lowest average gain per rush attempt, game, 0.64 yards
  • New England vs. Chicago, (11-7) XX
  • Most rushing touchdowns, game, 4
  • Chicago vs. New England, XX
  • Denver vs. Green Bay, XXXII
  • Fewest rushing touchdowns, game, 0 (34 teams) [2]
  • 2 times – Minnesota, Denver, Green Bay, New York Giants
  • 3 times – Oakland, Dallas, Miami
  • 4 times – New England
• Kansas City vs. Green Bay, I • Oakland vs. Green Bay, II • Dallas vs. Baltimore Colts V
• Miami vs. Dallas VI • Washington vs. Miami VII • Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, IX
• Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, X • Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, X • Minnesota vs. Oakland, XI
• Dallas vs. Steelers, XIII • Oakland vs. Philadelphia, XV • Philadelphia vs. Oakland, XV
• Miami vs. Washington, XVII • Miami vs. San Francisco, XIX • New England vs. Chicago, XX
• Denver vs. Washington XXII • Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XXIII • San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, XXIII
• Green Bay vs. Denver, XXXII • Atlanta vs. Denver, XXXIII • St. Louis Rams vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
• New York Giants vs. Balt. Ravens, XXXV • New England vs. St. Louis Rams, XXXVI • Oakland vs. Tampa Bay, XXXVII
• Seattle vs. Pittsburgh, XL • Chicago vs. Indianapolis, XLI • New York Giants vs. New England, XLII
• Arizona vs. Pittsburgh, XLIII • New Orleans vs. Indianapolis, XLIV • Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh, XLV
• New England vs. New York Giants, XLVI • Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco, XLVII • Denver vs. Seattle, XLVIII
• New England vs. Seattle, XLIX

Both teams[]

  • Most rushing attempts, game, 81
  • Washington (52) vs. Miami (29), XVII
  • Fewest rushing attempts, game, 36
  • Green Bay (13) vs. Pittsburgh (23), XLV
  • Most yards rushing, game, 377
  • Washington (280) vs. Denver (97), XXII
  • Fewest yards rushing, game, 91
  • Arizona (33) vs. Pittsburgh (58), XLIII
  • Most rushing touchdowns, game, 4
  • Miami (3) vs. Minnesota (1), VIII
  • Chicago (4) vs. New England (0), XX
  • San Francisco (3) vs. Denver (1), XXIV
  • Denver (4) vs. Green Bay (0), XXXII
  • Fewest rushing touchdowns, game, 0
  • Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, X
  • Oakland vs. Philadelphia, XV
  • Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XXIII

Passing[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most passing attempts, game, 59
  • Buffalo vs. Washington, XXVI
  • Fewest passing attempts, game, 7
  • Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII
  • Most passes completed, game, 37
  • New England vs. Seattle XLIX
  • Fewest passes completed, game, 4
  • Miami vs. Washington, XVII
  • Highest completion percentage, game (20 attempts), 88.0%
  • Y. Giants vs. Denver, (25-22), XXI
  • Lowest completion percentage, game (20 attempts), 32.0%
  • Denver vs. Dallas, (25-8), XII
  • Most yards passing, game, 407
  • Louis Rams vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
  • Fewest yards passing, game, 35
  • Denver vs. Dallas, XII
  • Highest average yards gained per pass attempt, game, 14.7 yards
  • Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles Rams (309-21), XIV
  • Lowest average yards gained per pass attempt, game, 2.4 yards
  • Denver vs. Dallas (35-25), XII
  • Most times intercepted, game, 5
  • Oakland vs. Tampa Bay, XXXVII
  • Most times sacked, game, 7
  • Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, X
  • New England vs. Chicago, XX
  • Carolina vs. Denver, 50
  • Fewest times sacked, game, 0 (12 teams)
  • 2 times – Denver
  • 3 times – Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts
• Baltimore Colts vs. N.Y. Jets, III • Baltimore Colts vs. Dallas, V • Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, IX
• Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles Rams, XIV • Philadelphia vs. Oakland, XV • Washington vs. Buffalo, XXVI
• Denver vs. Green Bay, XXXII • Denver vs. Atlanta, XXXIII • Tampa Bay vs. Oakland, XXXVII
• New England vs. Carolina, XXXVIII • Indianapolis vs. New Orleans, XLIV • Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII
  • Most passing touchdowns, game, 6
  • San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX
  • Fewest passing touchdowns, game, 0 (21 teams) [2]
  • 2 times – Miami, Washington, Buffalo
  • 3 times – Minnesota
  • 4 times – Denver
• New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts, III • Baltimore Colts vs. New York Jets, III • Minnesota vs. Kansas City IV
• Miami vs. Dallas VI • Washington vs. Miami VII • Minnesota vs. Miami, VIII
• Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII • Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, IX • Denver vs. Dallas, XII
• Washington vs. Los Angeles Raiders, XVIII • Chicago vs. New England, XX • Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XXIII
• Denver vs. San Francisco, XXIV • Buffalo vs. New York Giants, XXV • Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVIII
• Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVIII • Denver vs. Green Bay, XXXII • Tennessee vs. St. Louis Rams, XXXIV
• New York Giants vs. Bal. Ravens, XXXV • Carolina vs. Denver, 50 • Denver vs. Carolina, 50
  • Most players, 100-or-more receiving yards, game, 2
  • Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, XIII (Lynn Swann 124, John Stallworth 115)
  • Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XVI (Cris Collinsworth 107, Dan Ross 104)
  • San Francisco vs. Cincinnati XXIII (Jerry Rice 215, Roger Craig 101)
  • Washington vs. Buffalo, XXVI (Gary Clark 114, Art Monk 113)
  • Louis vs. Tennessee, XXXIV (Isaac Bruce 162, Torry Holt 109)
  • San Francisco vs. Balt. Ravens, XLVII (Michael Crabtree 109, Vernon Davis 104)[6]

Both teams[]

  • Most passes attempted, game, 93
  • San Diego (55) vs. San Francisco (38), XXIX
  • Fewest passes attempted, game, 35
  • Miami (7) vs. Minnesota (28), VIII
  • Most passes completed, game, 63
  • New Orleans (32) vs. Indianapolis (31), XLIV
  • Fewest passes completed, game, 19
  • Miami (4) vs. Washington (15), XVII
  • Highest completion percentage, game, 75.0%
  • New Orleans (82.1%) vs. Indianapolis (68.9%), XLIV
  • Most yards passing, game, 649
  • New England (354) vs. Carolina (295), XXXVIII
  • Fewest yards passing, game, 156
  • Miami (69) vs. Washington (87), VII
  • Most times sacked, game, 12
  • Carolina (7) vs. Denver (5), 50
  • Fewest times sacked, game, 1
  • Philadelphia (0) vs. Oakland (1), XV
  • Denver (0) vs. Green Bay (1), XXXII
  • New Orleans (1) vs. Indianapolis (0), XLIV
  • Seattle (0) vs. Denver (1), XLVIII
  • Most passing touchdowns, game, 7
  • Pittsburgh (4) vs. Dallas (3), XIII
  • San Francisco (6) vs. San Diego (1), XXIX
  • Fewest passing touchdowns, game, 0
  • Y. Jets vs. Baltimore Colts, III
  • Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII
  • Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVIII
  • Carolina vs. Denver, 50

First downs[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most first downs, game, 31
  • San Francisco vs. Miami, XIX
  • Fewest first downs, game, 9
  • Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, IX
  • Miami vs. Washington, XVII
  • Most first downs rushing, game, 16
  • San Francisco vs. Miami, XIX
  • Fewest first downs, rushing, game, 1
  • New England vs. Chicago, XX
  • Louis Rams vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
  • Oakland vs. Tampa Bay, XXXVII
  • New England vs. Seattle XLIX
  • Most first downs, passing, game, 21
  • New England vs. Seattle XLIX
  • Fewest first downs, passing, game, 1
  • Denver vs. Dallas, XII
  • Most first downs, penalty, game, 4
  • Baltimore vs. Dallas, V
  • Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII
  • Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XVI
  • Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVII
  • Louis vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
  • Pittsburgh vs. Arizona, XLIII

Both teams[]

  • Most first downs, game, 50
  • San Francisco (31) vs. Miami (19), XIX
  • Tennessee (27) vs. St. Louis (23), XXXIV
  • Fewest first downs, game, 24
  • Dallas (10) vs. Baltimore (14), V
  • Y. Giants (11) vs. Baltimore (13), XXXV
  • Most first downs, rushing, game, 21
  • Washington (14) vs. Miami (7), XVII
  • Fewest first downs, rushing, game, 6
  • Arizona (2) vs. Pittsburgh (4), XLIII
  • Most first downs, passing, game, 33
  • Y. Giants (18) vs. New England (15), XLVI
  • Fewest first downs, passing, game, 9
  • Denver (1) vs. Dallas (8), XII
  • Most first downs, penalty, game, 6
  • Cincinnati (4) vs. San Francisco (2), XVI
  • Louis (4) vs. Tennessee (2), XXXIV
  • Fewest first downs, penalty, game, 0
  • Dallas vs. Miami, VI
  • Miami vs. Washington, VII
  • Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, X
  • Miami vs. San Francisco, XIX
  • Pittsburgh vs. Seattle, XL
  • Pittsburgh vs. Green Bay XLV
  • Lowest 3rd down conversion rate, game, 13.8%
  • Denver (1-14) vs. Carolina (3-15), 50 [17]

Defense[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most Interceptions by, game, 5
  • Tampa Bay Oakland, XXXVII
  • Most yards gained by interception return, game, 172
  • Tampa Bay Oakland, XXXVII
  • Most touchdowns scored by interception return, game, 3
  • Tampa Bay Oakland, XXXVII
  • Most sacks, game, 7
  • Pittsburgh Dallas, X
  • Chicago New England, XX
  • Denver Carolina, 50
  • Fewest yards allowed, 119
  • Pittsburgh Minnesota, IX
  • Most yards allowed, 602
  • Denver Washington, XXII
  • Most yards allowed in a win, 468
  • Baltimore Ravens San Francisco, XLVII

Both teams[]

  • Most Interceptions by, game, 6
  • Baltimore Colts (3) vs. Dallas (3), V
  • Tampa Bay (5) vs. Oakland (1), XXXVII
  • Fewest Interceptions by, game, 0
  • Buffalo vs. New York Giants XXV
  • Louis Rams vs. Tennessee XXXIV
  • Fewest yards allowed, 396
  • Baltimore Ravens (152) vs. New York Giants (244), XXXV
  • Most yards allowed, 929
  • Washington (327) vs. Denver (602), XXII
  • Most yards gained by interception return, game, 184
  • Tampa Bay (172) vs. Oakland Raiders (12), XXXVII
  • Most sacks by, game, 12
  • Denver (7) vs. Carolina (5), 50

Fumbles[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most fumbles, game, 8
  • Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVII
  • Most fumbles lost, game, 5
  • Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVII
  • Most fumbles recovered, game, 8
  • Dallas vs. Denver, XII (4 own, 4 opponent)

Both teams[]

  • Most fumbles, both teams, game, 12
  • Buffalo (8) vs. Dallas (4), XXVII
  • Fewest fumbles, both teams, game, 0
  • Los Angeles Rams vs. Pittsburgh, XIV
  • Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
  • Pittsburgh vs. Seattle, XL
  • New Orleans vs. Indianapolis, XLIV
  • New England vs. Seattle XLIX
  • Most fumbles lost, both teams, game, 7
  • Buffalo (5) vs. Dallas (2), XXVII
  • Fewest fumbles lost, both teams, game, 0 (15 times)
  • 2 times – Green Bay, Dallas, Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams, Denver, Seattle
  • 3 times – N.Y. Giants, New England
  • 4 times – Pittsburgh
• Green Bay vs. Kansas City, I • Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, X • Los Angeles Rams vs. Pittsburgh, XIV
• Denver vs. N.Y. Giants, XXI • Denver vs. Washington, XXII • Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, XXV
• San Diego vs. San Francisco, XXIX • Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, XXX • Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
• St. Louis Rams vs. Tennessee, XXXIV • Oakland vs. Tampa Bay, XXXVII • Pittsburgh vs. Seattle, XL
• New Orleans vs. Indianapolis, XLIV • N.Y. Giants vs. New England, XLVI • New England vs. Seattle XLIX

Turnovers[]

Turnovers are defined as the number of times losing the ball on interceptions and fumbles.

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most turnovers, game, 9
  • Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVII
  • Fewest turnovers, game, 0 (20 teams) [2]
  • 2 times – Oakland, San Francisco
  • 3 times – Green Bay, N.Y. Giants
• Green Bay vs. Oakland, II • Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII • Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, X
• Oakland vs. Minnesota, XI • Oakland vs. Philadelphia XV • N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, XXI
• San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV • Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, XXV • N.Y. Giants vs. Buffalo, XXV
• San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX • Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, XXX • Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
• St. Louis Rams vs. Tennessee, XXXIV • Tennessee vs. St. Louis Rams, XXXIV • Baltimore Ravens vs. N.Y. Giants, XXXV
• New England vs. St. Louis Rams, XXXVI • New Orleans vs. Indianapolis, XLIV • Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh, XLV
• N.Y. Giants vs. New England, XLVI • Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII

Both teams[]

  • Most turnovers, game, 11
  • Baltimore (7) vs. Dallas (4), V
  • Buffalo (9) vs. Dallas (2), XXVII
  • Fewest turnovers, game, 0
  • Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, XXV
  • Louis Rams vs. Tennessee, XXXIV

Kickoff returns[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most kickoff returns, game, 9
  • Denver vs. San Francisco, XXIV
  • Oakland vs. Tampa Bay, XXXVII
  • Fewest kickoff returns, game, 0
  • Seattle vs. New England XLIX
  • Most yards gained, game, 244
  • San Diego vs. San Francisco, XXIX
  • Fewest yards gained, game, 0
  • Seattle vs. New England XLIX
  • Highest average gain, game (3 returns), 44.0 yards
  • Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XXIII (3-132)
  • Most touchdowns, game, 1
  • Miami vs. Washington, XVII
  • Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XXIII
  • San Diego vs. San Francisco, XXIX
  • Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
  • Atlanta vs. Denver, XXXIII
  • Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants, XXXV
  • Y. Giants vs. Baltimore Ravens, XXXV
  • Chicago vs. Indianapolis, XLI
  • Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco, XLVII
  • Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII

Both teams[]

  • Most kickoff returns, game, 13
  • Oakland (9) vs. Tampa Bay (4), XXXVII
  • Fewest kickoff returns, game, 3
  • New England (3) vs. Seattle (0), XLIX
  • Most yards gained, game, 312
  • Baltimore Ravens (206) vs. San Francisco (106), XLVII[6]
  • Fewest yards gained, game, 49
  • New England (49) vs. Seattle (0), XLIX
  • Most touchdowns, game, 2
  • Baltimore Ravens (1) vs. N.Y. Giants (1), XXXV

Punting[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most punts, game, 11
  • New York Giants vs. Baltimore Ravens, XXXV
  • Fewest punts, game, 1
  • Atlanta vs. Denver, XXXIII
  • Denver vs. Atlanta, XXXIII
  • Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII
  • Highest average, game (4 punts), 50.17 yards
  • Seattle vs. Pittsburgh, (6-301), XL
  • Lowest average, game (4 punts), 31.00 yards
  • Tampa Bay vs. Oakland (4-124), XXXVII
  • Most punts inside the 10 yard line, 3
  • N Y Giants vs. New England, XLVI

Both teams[]

  • Most punts, game, 21
  • New York Giants (11) vs. Baltimore Ravens (10), XXXV
  • Fewest punts, game, 2
  • Atlanta (1) vs. Denver (1), XXXIII

Punt returns[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most punt returns, game, 6
  • Washington vs. Miami, XVII
  • Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
  • Fewest punt returns, game, 0
  • Minnesota vs. Miami, VIII
  • Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, XXV
  • Washington vs. Buffalo, XXVI
  • Denver vs. Green Bay, XXXII
  • Green Bay vs. Denver, XXXII
  • Atlanta vs. Denver, XXXIII
  • Denver vs. Atlanta, XXXIII
  • New England vs. N.Y. Giants, XLVI
  • Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII
  • Most yards gained, game, 90
  • Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
  • Fewest yards gained, game, -1
  • Dallas vs. Miami, VI
  • Tennessee vs. St. Louis Rams, XXXIV
  • Highest average return yardage, game (3 returns), 18.7 yards
  • San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, (3-56), XXIII

Both teams[]

  • Most punt returns, game, 10
  • Green Bay (6) vs. New England (4), XXXI
  • Fewest punt returns, game, 0
  • Denver vs. Green Bay XXXII
  • Atlanta vs. Denver, XXXIII
  • Most yards gained, game, 120
  • Green Bay (90) vs. New England (30), XXXI
  • Fewest yards gained, game, 0
  • Denver vs. Green Bay, (XXXII)
  • Atlanta vs. Denver, (XXXIII)

Penalties[]

Single team[]

Record holder team listed first.

  • Most penalties, game, 12
  • Dallas vs. Denver, XII
  • Carolina vs. New England, XXXVIII
  • Carolina vs. Denver, 50
  • Fewest penalties, game, 0
  • Miami vs. Dallas, VI
  • Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, X
  • Denver vs. San Francisco, XXIV
  • Atlanta vs. Denver, XXXIII
  • Most yards penalized, game, 133 yards
  • Dallas vs. Baltimore Colts, V
  • Fewest yards penalized, game, 0
  • Miami vs. Dallas, VI
  • Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, X
  • Denver vs. San Francisco, XXIV
  • Atlanta vs. Denver, XXXIII

Both teams[]

  • Most penalties, game, 20
  • Dallas (12) vs. Denver (8), XII
  • Carolina (12) vs. New England (8), XXXVIII
  • Fewest penalties, game, 2
  • Pittsburgh (0) vs. Dallas (2), X
  • Most yards penalized, game, 164 yards
  • Dallas (133) vs. Baltimore Colts (31), V
  • Fewest yards penalized, game, 15 yards
  • Miami (0) vs. Dallas (15), VI

Time[]

  • Fastest score from start of game, (12 seconds)
  • Seattle Seahawks, safety (XLVIII)
  • Most Playing Time In The Lead, (59 minutes 48 seconds)
  • Seattle Seahawks (XLVIII)
  • Longest time before first score, team, (57 minutes 53 seconds)
  • Washington Redskins (VII)
  • Longest time before either team scores, (26 minutes 55 seconds)
  • Carolina Panthers New England Patriots (XXXVIII)
  • Time of Possession, (40 minutes 33 seconds)
  • New York Giants (XXV)
  • Longest drive, (9 minutes 59 seconds)
  • New York Giants (XLII)
  • Longest Super Bowl, (4 hours, 14 minutes) (includes 34 min power outage in the 3rd quarter)
  • Baltimore Ravens vs. San Francisco (XLVII)[6]

Coaching[]

  • Most games as head coach, 6
  • Don Shula: Baltimore Colts (III), Miami Dolphins (VI, VII, VIII, XVII, and XIX)
  • Bill Belichick: New England Patriots (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, and XLIX)
  • Most Super Bowl wins as head coach, 4
  • Chuck Noll: Pittsburgh Steelers (IX, X, XIII and XIV)
  • Bill Belichick: New England Patriots (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLIX)
  • Most Super Bowl losses, 4
  • Bud Grant: Minnesota (IV, VIII, IX, and XI)
  • Don Shula: Baltimore Colts (III), Miami Dolphins (VI, XVII, and XIX)
  • Marv Levy: Buffalo Bills (XXV, XXVI, XXVII, and XXVIII)
  • Dan Reeves: Denver Broncos (XXI, XXII and XXIV), Atlanta Falcons (XXXIII)
  • Won as a Player and a Coach
  • Tom Flores: Kansas City (IV), Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders (XV, XVIII)
  • Mike Ditka: Dallas (VI), Chicago (XX)
  • Tony Dungy: Pittsburgh (XIII), Indianapolis (XLI)
  • Played and Coached for the same team
  • Gary Kubiak: Denver Broncos (player XXI, XXII, XXIV, coach 50)
  • Most teams as head coach, 2
  • Don Shula: Baltimore Colts, Miami Dolphins
  • Dick Vermeil: Philadelphia Eagles, Louis Rams
  • Dan Reeves: Denver Broncos, Atlanta Falcons
  • Bill Parcells: New York Giants, New England Patriots
  • Mike Holmgren: Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks
  • John Fox: Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos
  • Youngest to win, 36 yrs, 341 days
  • Mike Tomlin: Pittsburgh Steelers (XLIII)
  • Oldest to win, 65 yrs, 158 days
  • Tom Coughlin: New York Giants (XLVI)
  • Most seasons between appearances, 19
  • Dick Vermeil: Philadelphia Eagles, Louis Rams (XV and XXXIV)
  • Most Super Bowl wins with a different starting quarterback, 3
  • Joe Gibbs: Washington Redskins XVII (Joe Theismann), XXII, (Doug Williams), XXVI (Mark Rypien)
  • Teams winning with 3 different head coaches
  • Dallas Cowboys: Tom Landry (VI, XII), Jimmy Johnson (XXVII, XXVIII), Barry Switzer (XXX)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: Chuck Noll (IX, X, XIII, XIV), Bill Cowher (XL), Mike Tomlin (XLIII)
  • Green Bay Packers: Vince Lombardi (I, II), Mike Holmgren (XXXI), Mike McCarthy (XLV)

Miscellaneous[]

  • Most Watched Broadcast, 114.5 million viewers
  • XLIX Seattle vs. New England- Highest rated broadcast of all time [18]
  • Largest stadium audience attendance, 103,985
  • XIV Los Angeles Rams vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Team scoring with a safety, interception return for a touchdown and kickoff return for a touchdown in the same game.
  • Seattle XLVIII[16]

 

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enrique.cruzata@nauta.cu

Soy un cubano aficionado al fútbol americano de la NFL y seguidor de los Halcones Marinos de Seattle. Deja tu comentario. Go Seahawks !!!!

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