17 Super Bowl records set Sunday

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The Patriots and Eagles combined to set 17 records Sunday. They tied 12 others.

Here are the Super Bowl records set in Super Bowl LII as compiled by the Elias Sports Bureau:

Most Games – 8, Tom Brady

Most Games, Head Coach – 8, Bill Belichick

Most Passes, Career – 357, Tom Brady

Most Completions, Career – 235, Tom Brady

Most Passing Yards, Career – 2576, Tom Brady

Most Passing Yards, Game – 505, Tom Brady

Most Touchdown Passes, Career – 18, Tom Brady

Most Games, Team – 10, New England

Most Points, Game, Losing Team – 33, New England

Most First Downs Passing, Game, Both Teams – 42, New England vs. Philadelphia

Most Total Yards, Game, Team – 613, New England

Most Total Yards, Game, Both Teams – 1,151, New England vs. Philadelphia

Most Passing Yards, Game, Team – 500, New England

Most Passing Yards, Game, Both Teams – 874, New England vs. Philadelphia

Fewest Punts, Game, Team – 0, New England

Fewest Punts, Game, Both Teams – 1, New England vs. Philadelphia

Most Missed PAT Conversions, Game, Both Teams – 4, New England vs. Philadelphia
 
Here are the Super Bowl records tied in Super Bowl LII:

Most Passes, None Intercepted, Game – 48, Tom Brady

Most Field Goals, Game, Both Teams – 5, New England vs. Philadelphia

Most First Downs, Game, Both Teams – 54, New England vs. Philadelphia

Most Passes, Game, Both Teams – 93, New England vs. Philadelphia

Most Touchdown Passes, Game, Both Teams – 7, New England vs. Philadelphia

Fewest Times Sacked, Game, Team – 0, Philadelphia

Fewest Times Sacked, Game, Both Teams – 1, New England vs. Philadelphia

Fewest Punt Returns, Game, Both Teams – 0, New England vs. Philadelphia

Fewest Yards, Punt Returns, Game, Both Teams – 0, New England vs. Philadelphia

Fewest Fumbles, Game, Team – 0, Philadelphia

Fewest Fumbles Lost, Game, Team – 0, Philadelphia

Most Missed PAT Conversions, Game, Team – 3, Philadelphia

14 responses to “17 Super Bowl records set Sunday

  1. Those details can’t be right. Brady just played in his 8th Superbowl, has set countless records, and will be back next year to compete at a high level once again.

    According to most fans here though, he is all washed up. You wish you had such a “washed-up” QB leading your team…..

  2. Tom Brady is the GOAT and it’s nr even close. Had our defense played somewhat decent tonight we would be celebrating ring # 6. Brady deserved this game and deserved better from the coaches. He will use it as motivation and come back stronger than ever next year.

    #6ringsdeep #GOAT

  3. Tom Brady luckiest QB of all time!!! Should have been his 5th Super Bowl loss. You New England fans make me sick!!!! 🤮

  4. Patriots6ringsdeep says:Brady deserved this game & will come back stronger next yr.

    —————–

    Oh really? He’s 40, bro. He funbled on the last drive – he deserved to lose.

  5. I think Super Bowl 52 set the record for most terrible officiating. The Clement TD should not have been. The two point attempt where Foles passed to Clement should have been PI on Van Noy. There should have been an illegal contact on the last play of the game (as Hogan gets blindsided trailing the play and gets pushed to the middle of the field). The refs don’t know what PI is.

  6. Brady just set the record for most passing yards in a Super Bowl after leading the NFL in passing yards and winning MVP, yet the haters are calling him washed up. Yes, he fumbled, but it was on the only sack he took all night. Full credit to the Eagles for playing extremely well and winning, but blaming Brady for this loss is quite literally insane.

    In Bill We Trust, but he has some serious explaining to do in regards to Malcolm Butler…

  7. indiapalealeblog says:
    February 5, 2018 at 12:01 am
    Brady has not looked sharp this year.
    He has some nice plays now and then but he has way more misses than he did a few years ago,
    father time is catching up with him


    He’s the current MVP and threw for 5 bills last night. He has dragged some average teams to the Super Bowl, and this one is as flawed as any. The Eagles made a couple of more plays last night and deserved to win. The defense didn’t bail Brady out. When you have 650 yards of offense, you think that’s not enough to win?

    Father Time is going to have to wait.

  8. Stats and records don’t win games, I guess Pat fans can use this as why they should have won, remember they were only winning once in this game against such an inferior team in Pat’s fans eyes. Mr MVP fumble was the key play at end of game, not sure that was a record you are all so proud of, give Eagles their due.

  9. Brady adds to his legacy. Philadelphia earned a much deserved win, but if history is any indication, they are another fart in the wind.

    New England impressed me with all those new faces on defense, and many of them are low draft picks or street free agents. They are also losing both coordinators to new jobs plus possibly a linebackers coach and Dante Scar.

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