Patriots’ Super Bowl records

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These are the Super Bowl records featuring the Patriots dynasty, as listed by the 2018 NFL Record & Fact Book. Patriots franchise records, and records owned by active Patriots players, in bold..

Most Games
8 Tom Brady, New England, XXXVI, XXXVIII-XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX, LI-LII
6 Mike Lodish, Buffalo, XXV-XXVIII; Denver, XXXII-XXXIII

Most Games, Winning Team
5 Tom Brady, New England, XXXVI, XXXVIII-XXXIX, XLIX, LI
Charles Haley, San Francisco, XXIII-XXIV; Dallas, XXVII-XXVIII, XXX
4 By many players

Most Games, Coach
8 Bill Belichick, New England, XXXVI, XXXVIII-XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX, LI-LII
6 Don Shula, Baltimore, III; Miami, VI-VIII, XVII, XIX

Most Games, Winning Team, Coach
5 Bill Belichick, New England, XXXVI, XXXVIII-XXXIX, XLIX, LI
4 Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh, IX-X, XIII-XIV

Most Games, Losing Team, Coach
4 Bud Grant, Minnesota, IV, VIII-IX, XI
Don Shula, Baltimore, III; Miami, VI, XVII, XIX
Marv Levy, Buffalo, XXV-XXVIII
Dan Reeves, Denver, XXI-XXII, XXIV; Atlanta, XXXIII
3 Tom Landry, Dallas, V, X, XIII
Bill Belichick, New England, XLII, XLVI, LII

Most Points, Game
20 James White, New England vs. Atlanta, LI (3-td, 2-pt) (OT)
18 Roger Craig, San Francisco vs. Miami, XIX (3-td)
Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV (3-td); vs. San Diego, XXIX (3-td)
Ricky Watters, San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX (3-td)
Terrell Davis, Denver vs. Green Bay, XXXII (3-td)

Most Touchdowns, Career
8 Jerry Rice, San Francisco-Oakland, 4 games (8-p)
5 Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 3 games (5-r)
4 James White, New England, 2 games (3-r, 1-p)
Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games (4-r)
Roger Craig, San Francisco, 3 games (2-r, 2-p)
Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, 4 games (4-r)
John Elway, Denver, 5 games (4-r)

Most Touchdowns, Game
3 James White, New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT) (2-r, 1-p)
Roger Craig, San Francisco vs. Miami, XIX (1-r, 2-p)
Jerry Rice, San Francisco. vs. Denver, XXIV (3-p); 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 Two-Point Conversions, Game
1 James White, New England vs. Atlanta, LI
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
Danny Amendola, New England vs. Atlanta, LI

Most (One-Point) Points After Touchdown, Career
13 Adam Vinatieri, New England-Indianapolis, 5 games (13 att)
11 Stephen Gostkowski, New England, 5 games (13 att)

Most Field Goals Attempted, Career
10 Adam Vinatieri, New England-Indianapolis, 5 games
6 Stephen Gostkowski, New England, 5 games
Jim Turner, N.Y. Jets-Denver, 2 games
Roy Gerela, Pittsburgh, 3 games
Rich Karlis, Denver, 2 games
Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis, 2 games

Most Field Goals, Career
7 Adam Vinatieri, New England-Indianapolis, 5 games(10 att)
5 Stephen Gostkowski, New England, 5 games (6 att)

Most Rushing Touchdowns, Career
5 Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 3 games
4 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games
Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, 4 games
John Elway, Denver, 5 games
3 James White, New England, 2 games
Terrell Davis, Denver, 2 games

Most Rushing Touchdowns, Game
3 Terrell Davis, Denver vs. Green Bay, XXXII
2 James White, New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)
Elijah Pitts, Green Bay vs. Kansas City, I
Larry Csonka, Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII
Pete Banaszak, Oakland vs. Minnesota, XI
Franco Harris, Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles, XIV
Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, XVIII
Jim McMahon, Chicago vs. New England, XX
Timmy Smith, Washington vs. Denver, XXII
Tom Rathman, San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV
Gerald Riggs, Washington vs. Buffalo, XXVI
Emmitt Smith, Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVIII
Emmitt Smith, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, XXX
Howard Griffith, Denver vs. Atlanta, XXXIII
Eddie George, Tennessee vs. St. Louis, XXXIV

Most Passes Attempted, Career
357 Tom Brady, New England, 8 games
155 Peyton Manning, Indianapolis-Denver, 4 games

Most Passes Attempted, Game
62 Tom Brady, New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)
58 Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Washington, XXVI

Most Passes Completed, Career
235 Tom Brady, New England, 8 games
103 Peyton Manning, Indianapolis-Denver, 4 games

Most Passes Completed, Game
43 Tom Brady, New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)
37 Tom Brady, New England vs. Seattle, XLIX

34 Peyton Manning, Denver vs. Seattle, XLVIII

Most Consecutive Completions, Game
16 Tom Brady, New England vs. N.Y. Giants, XLVI
13 Joe Montana, San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV
10 Tom Brady, New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)
Phil Simms, N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, XXI
Troy Aikman, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, XXX
Kurt Warner, Arizona vs. Pittsburgh, XLIII
Drew Brees, New Orleans vs. Indianapolis, XLIV

Most Passing Yards Gained, Career
2,576 Tom Brady, New England, 8 games
1,156 Kurt Warner, St. Louis-Arizona, 3 games

Most Yards Gained, Game
505 Tom Brady, New England vs. Philadelphia, LII
466 Tom Brady, New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)

414 Kurt Warner, St. Louis vs. Tennessee, XXXIV

Most Touchdown Passes, Career
18 Tom Brady, New England, 8 games
11 Joe Montana, San Francisco, 4 games

Most Touchdown Passes, Game
6 Steve Young, San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX
5 Joe Montana, San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV
4 Tom Brady, New England vs. Seattle, XLIX
Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, XIII
Doug Williams, Washington vs. Denver, XXII
Troy Aikman, Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVII

Most Attempts, Without Interception, Game
48 Tom Brady, New England vs. N.Y. Giants, XLII
Tom Brady, New England vs. Philadelphia, LII

45 Kurt Warner, St. Louis vs. Tennessee, XXXIV

Most Receptions, Game
14 James White, New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)
13 Demaryius Thomas, Denver vs. Seattle, XLVIII
11 Dan Ross, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XVI
Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, XXIII
Deion Branch, New England vs. Philadelphia, XXXIX
Wes Welker, New England vs. N.Y. Giants, XLII
Shane Vereen, New England vs. Seattle, XLIX

Most Touchdown Receptions, Career
8 Jerry Rice, San Francisco-Oakland, 4 games
3 Rob Gronkowski, New England, 3 games
John Stallworth, Pittsburgh, 4 games
Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh, 4 games
Cliff Branch, Oakland-L.A. Raiders, 3 games
Antonio Freeman, Green Bay, 2 games

Most Touchdown Receptions, Game
3 Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV; vs. San Diego, XXIX
2 Rob Gronkowski, New England vs. Philadelphia, LII
Max McGee, Green Bay vs. Kansas City, I
Bill Miller, Oakland vs. Green Bay, II
John Stallworth, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, XIII
Cliff Branch, Oakland vs. Philadelphia, XV
Dan Ross, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XVI
Roger Craig, San Francisco vs. Miami, XIX
Ricky Sanders, Washington vs. Denver, XXII
Michael Irvin, Dallas vs. Buffalo, XXVII
Ricky Watters, San Francisco vs. San Diego, XXIX
Antonio Freeman, Green Bay vs. Denver, XXXII
Keenan McCardell, Tampa Bay vs. Oakland, XXXVII
Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona vs. Pittsburgh, XLIII
Greg Jennings, Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh, XLV

Longest Punt
64 Ryan Allen, New England vs. Seattle, XLIX
63 Lee Johnson, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XXIII

Highest Average, Punting, Game (4 punts)
50.2 Tom Rouen, Seattle vs. Pittsburgh, XL (6-301)
49.0 Ryan Allen, New England vs. Seattle, XLIX (4-196)

Most Punt Returns, Career
8 Troy Brown, New England, 3 games
6 Julian Edelman, New England, 3 games
Willie Wood, Green Bay, 2 games
Jake Scott, Miami, 3 games
Theo Bell, Pittsburgh, 2 games
Mike Nelms, Washington, 1 game
John Taylor, San Francisco, 3 games
Desmond Howard, Green Bay, 1 game
David Meggett, N.Y. Giants-New England, 2 games
Darrien Gordon, San Diego-Denver-Oakland, 4 games

Most Punt Return Yards Gained, Career
94 John Taylor, San Francisco, 3 games
90 Desmond Howard, Green Bay, 1 game
67 Julian Edelman, New England, 3 games
David Meggett, N.Y. Giants-New England, 2 games

Highest Punt Return Average, Career (4 returns)
15.7 John Taylor, San Francisco, 3 games (6-94)
15.0 Desmond Howard, Green Bay, 1 game (6-90)
11.2 Julian Edelman, New England, 3 games (6-67)
David Meggett, N.Y. Giants-New England, 2 games (6-67)

Most Fumbles, Career
5 Roger Staubach, Dallas, 4 games
4 Jim Kelly, Buffalo, 4 games
Kurt Warner, St. Louis-Arizona, 3 games
Peyton Manning, Indianapolis-Denver, 4 games
3 Tom Brady, New England, 8 games
Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games
Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh, 4 games
John Elway, Denver, 5 games
Frank Reich, Buffalo, 4 games
Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, 4 games

Most Sacks, Game
3.0 Reggie White, Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
Darnell Dockett, Arizona vs. Pittsburgh, XLIII
Kony Ealy, Carolina vs. Denver 50
Grady Jarrett, Atlanta vs. New England, LI (OT)
2.5 Trey Flowers, New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)
Von Miller, Denver vs. Carolina, 50

TEAM RECORDS
Most Games
11 New England, XX, XXXI, XXXVI, XXXVIII-XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX, LI-LII
8 Dallas, V-VI, X, XII-XIII, XXVII-XXVIII, XXX
Pittsburgh, IX-X, XIII-XIV, XXX, XL, XLIII, XLV
Denver, XII, XXI-XXII, XXIV, XXXII-XXXIII, XLVIII, 50

Most Consecutive Games
4 Buffalo, XXV-XXVIII
3 New England, LI-LIII
Miami, VI-VIII
2 New England, XXXVIII-XXXIX
Green Bay, I-II; XXXI-XXXII
Dallas, V-VI; XII-XIII; XXVII-XXVIII
Minnesota, VIII-IX
Pittsburgh, IX-X; XIII-XIV
Washington, XVII-XVIII
Denver, XXI-XXII; XXXII-XXXIII
San Francisco, XXIII-XXIV
Seattle, XLIVIII-XLIX

Most Games Won
6 Pittsburgh, IX-X, XIII-XIV, XL, XLIII
5 New England, XXXVI, XXXVIII-XXXIX, XLIX, LI
San Francisco, XVI, XIX, XXIII-XXIV, XXIX
Dallas, VI, XII, XXVII-XXVIII, XXX

Most Consecutive Games Won
2 New England, XXXVIII-XXXIX
Green Bay, I-II
Miami, VII-VIII
Pittsburgh, IX-X, XIII-XIV
San Francisco, XXIII-XXIV
Dallas, XXVII-XXVIII
Denver, XXXII-XXXIII

Most Games Lost
5 New England, XX, XXXI, XLII, XLVI, LII
Denver, XII, XXI-XXII, XXIV, XLVIII

Most Points, Both Teams, Game
75 San Francisco (49) vs. San Diego (26), XXIX
74 Philadelphia (41) vs. New England (33), LII

Most Points, Both Teams, Quarter
37 Carolina (19) vs. New England (18), XXXVIII (4th quarter)

Most Touchdowns, Both Teams, Game
10 San Francisco (7) vs. San Diego (3), XXIX
9 Philadelphia (5) vs. New England (4), LII
Pittsburgh (5) vs. Dallas (4), XIII
San Francisco (8) vs. Denver (1), XXIV
Dallas (7) vs. Buffalo (2), XXVII
Tampa Bay (6) vs. Oakland (3), XXXVII
8 Carolina (4) vs. New England (4), XXXVIII
Atlanta (4) vs. New England (4), LI (OT)

Most Two-Point Conversions, Game
2 New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)
San Diego vs. San Francisco, XXIX

Most First Downs, Game
37 New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)
31 San Francisco vs. Miami, XIX
29 New England vs. Carolina, XXXVIII
New England vs. Philadelphia, LII

Most First Downs, Both Teams, Game
54 New England (37) vs. Atlanta (17), LI (OT)
New England (29) vs. Philadelphia (25), LII

50 San Francisco (31) vs. Miami (19), XIX
Tennessee (27) vs. St. Louis (23), XXXIV

Fewest First Downs, Rushing, Game
1 New England vs. Seattle, XLIX
New England vs. Chicago, XX
St. Louis vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
Oakland vs. Tampa Bay, XXXVII
2 Minnesota vs. Kansas City, IV; vs. Pittsburgh, IX; vs. Oakland, XI
Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, XIII
Miami vs. San Francisco, XIX
N.Y. Giants vs. Baltimore, XXXV
Arizona vs. Pittsburgh, XLIII
Denver vs. Seattle, XLVIII
3 New England vs. Green Bay, XXXI
Carolina vs. New England, XXXVIII
New England vs. N.Y. Giants, XLII
Atlanta vs. New England, LI (OT)

Miami vs. Dallas, VI
Philadelphia vs. Oakland, XV
Chicago vs. Indianapolis, XLII
New Orleans vs. Indianapolis, XLIV

Fewest First Downs, Rushing, Both Teams, Game
6 Arizona (2) vs. Pittsburgh (4), XLIII
7 New England (3) vs. N.Y. Giants (4), XLII
Oakland (1) vs. Tampa Bay (6), XXXVIII

Most First Downs, Passing, Game
26 New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)
23 New England vs. Philadelphia, LII
21 New England vs. Seattle, XLIX

Most First Downs, Passing, Both Teams, Game
42 New England (23) vs. Philadelphia (19), LII
39 New England (26) vs. Atlanta (13), LI (OT)
33 N.Y. Giants (18) vs. New England (15), XLVI

Most First Downs, Penalty, Game
4 New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)
Baltimore vs. Dallas, V
Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII
Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, XVI
Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVII
St. Louis vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
Pittsburgh vs. Arizona, XLIII
3 St. Louis vs. New England, XXXVI
New England vs. Carolina, XXXVIII
New England vs. Seattle, XLIX

Kansas City vs. Minnesota, IV
Minnesota vs. Oakland, XI
Buffalo vs. Washington, XXVI
Green Bay vs. Denver, XXXII
N.Y. Giants vs. Baltimore, XXXV
Tampa Bay vs. Oakland, XXXVII
Denver vs. Seattle, XLVIII
Carolina vs. Denver, 50

Most First Downs, Penalty, Both Teams, Game
6 Cincinnati (4) vs. San Francisco (2), XVI
St. Louis (4) vs. Tennessee (2), XXXIV
5 New England (3) vs. Carolina (2), XXXVIII
New England (3) vs. Seattle (2), XLIX
New England (4) vs. Atlanta (1), LI (OT)

Baltimore (4) vs. Dallas (1), V
Miami (4) vs. Minnesota (1), VIII
Buffalo (3) vs. Washington (2), XXVI
Green Bay (3) vs. Denver (2), XXXII
Pittsburgh (4) vs. Arizona (1), XLIII
Carolina (3) vs. Denver (2), 50

Most Yards Gained, Game
613 New England vs. Philadelphia, LII
602 Washington vs. Denver, XXII
546 New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)

Most Yards Gained, Both Teams, Game
1,151 New England (613) vs. Philadelphia (538), LII
929 Washington (602) vs. Denver (327), XXII
890 New England (546) vs. Atlanta (344), LI (OT)

Fewest Rushing Yards Gained, Both Teams, Game
91 Arizona (33) vs. Pittsburgh (58), XLIII
136 New England (45) vs. N.Y. Giants (91), XLII

Most Passes Attempted, Both Teams, Game
93 New England (49) vs. Philadelphia (44), LII
San Diego (55) vs. San Francisco (38), XXIX
92 Buffalo (59) vs. Washington (33), XXVI
86 New England (63) vs. Atlanta (23), LI (OT)

Most Passes Completed, Both Teams, Game
63 New Orleans (32) vs. Indianapolis (31), XLIV
60 New England (43) vs. Atlanta (17), LI (OT)
57 N.Y. Giants (30) vs. New England (27), XLVI
Philadelphia (29) vs. New England (28), LII

Most Passing Yards Gained, Both Teams, Game
874 New England (500) vs. Philadelphia (374), LII
682 New England (442) vs. Atlanta (240), LI (OT)
649 New England (354) vs. Carolina (295), XXXVIII

Fewest Times Sacked, Game
0 New England vs. Carolina, XXXVIII
Philadelphia vs. New England, LII

Baltimore vs. N.Y. Jets, III; vs. Dallas, V
Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, IX
Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles, XIV
Philadelphia vs. Oakland, XV
Washington vs. Buffalo, XXVI
Denver vs. Green Bay, XXXII; vs. Atlanta, XXXIII
Tampa Bay vs. Oakland, XXXVII
Indianapolis vs. New Orleans, XLIV
Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII

Most Times Sacked, Both Teams, Game
12 Carolina (7) vs. Denver (5), 50
10 Green Bay (5) vs. New England (5), XXXI
New England (7) vs. Chicago (3), XX

Fewest Times Sacked, Both Teams, Game
1 Philadelphia (0) vs. New England (1), LII
Philadelphia (0) vs. Oakland (1), XV
Denver (0) vs. Green Bay (1), XXXII
Indianapolis (0) vs. New Orleans (1), XLIV
Seattle (0) vs. Denver (1), XLVIII

Most Passing Touchdowns, Both Teams, Game
7 Philadelphia (4) vs. New England (3), LII
Pittsburgh (4) vs. Dallas (3), XIII
San Francisco (6) vs. San Diego (1), XXIX
6 Carolina (3) vs. New England (3), XXXVIII
New England (4) vs. Seattle (2), XLIX

5 Philadelphia (3) vs. New England (2), XXXIX
Washington (4) vs. Denver (1), XXII
San Francisco (5) vs. Denver (0), XXIV
Dallas (4) vs. Buffalo (1), XXVII
Green Bay (3) vs. Pittsburgh (2), XLV

Fewest Interceptions By, Both Teams, Game
0 Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, XXV
St. Louis vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
1 New England (0) vs. Carolina (1), XXXVIII
New England (0) vs. N.Y. Giants (1), XLVI
New England (0) vs. Atlanta (1), LI (OT)
Philadelphia (0) vs. New England (1), LII

Oakland (0) vs. Green Bay (1), II
Miami (0) vs. Dallas (1), VI
Minnesota (0) vs. Miami (1), VIII
N.Y. Giants (0) vs. Denver (1), XXI
Cincinnati (0) vs. San Francisco (1), XXIII
N.Y. Giants (0) vs. New England (1), XLII
Indianapolis (0) vs. New Orleans (1), XLIV
San Francisco (0) vs. Baltimore (1), XLVII

Fewest Punts, Game
0 New England vs. Philadelphia, LII
1 Philadelphia vs. New England, LII

Atlanta vs. Denver, XXXIII
Denver vs. Atlanta, XXXIII
Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII

Fewest Punts, Both Teams, Game
1 New England (0) vs. Philadelphia (1), LII

Fewest Kickoff Returns, Game
0 Seattle vs. New England, XLIX
1 New England vs. Atlanta, LI (OT)
N.Y. Jets vs. Baltimore, III
L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, XVIII
Washington vs. Buffalo, XXVI

Fewest Kickoff Returns, Both Teams, Game
3 Seattle (0) vs. New England (3), XLIX

Fewest Kickoff Return Yards Gained, Game
0 Seattle vs. New England, XLIX

Fewest Kickoff Return Yards Gained, Both Teams, Game
49 Seattle (0) vs. New England (49), XLIX
62 New England (20) vs. Atlanta (42), LI (OT)

Most Penalties, Game
12 Carolina vs. New England, XXXVIII
Dallas vs. Denver, XII
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
1 Green Bay vs. Oakland, II
Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII; vs. San Francisco, XIX
Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVIII
New England vs. Philadelphia, LII

Most Penalties, Both Teams, Game
20 Carolina (12) vs. New England (8), XXXVIII
Dallas (12) vs. Denver (8), XII

Fewest Yards Penalized, Game
0 Miami vs. Dallas, VI
Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, X
Denver vs. San Francisco, XXIV
Atlanta vs. Denver, XXXIII
4 Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII
5 New England vs. Philadelphia, LII

Fewest Fumbles, Both Teams, Game
0 Seattle vs. New England, XLIX
Los Angeles vs. Pittsburgh, XIV
Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
Pittsburgh vs. Seattle, XL
Indianapolis vs. New Orleans, XLIV

Fewest Turnovers, Game
0 New England vs. St. Louis, XXXVI
N.Y. Giants vs. New England, XLVI

Green Bay vs. Oakland, II
Miami vs. Minnesota, VIII
Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, X
Oakland vs. Minnesota, XI; vs. Philadelphia, XV
N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, XXI; vs. Buffalo, XXV
San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV; vs. San Diego, XXIX
Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, XXV
Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, XXX
Green Bay vs. New England, XXXI
St. Louis vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
Tennessee vs. St. Louis, XXXIV
Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants, XXXV
New Orleans vs. Indianapolis, XLIV
Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh, XLV
Seattle vs. Denver, XLVIII

Fewest Turnovers, Both Teams, Game
0 Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, XXV
St. Louis vs. Tennessee, XXXIV
1 N.Y. Giants (0) vs. New England (1), XLVI
N.Y. Giants (0) vs. Denver (1), XXI
New Orleans (0) vs. Indianapolis (1), XLIV
2 New England (1) vs. N.Y. Giants (1), XLII
New England (1) vs. Philadelphia (1), LII

Green Bay (1) vs. Kansas City (1), I
Miami (0) vs. Minnesota (2), VIII
Cincinnati (1) vs. San Francisco (1), XXIII
Carolina (1) vs. New England (1), XXXVIII

19 responses to “Patriots’ Super Bowl records

  1. Most Games, Winning Team
    5 Tom Brady, New England, XXXVI, XXXVIII-XXXIX, XLIX, LI
    ——
    If he gets to 6… nobody will ever beat this record again.

  2. GoodellMustGo says:
    January 26, 2019 at 8:32 am
    Most Games, Winning Team
    5 Tom Brady, New England, XXXVI, XXXVIII-XXXIX, XLIX, LI
    ——
    If he gets to 6… nobody will ever beat this record again.

    ——

    He might

  3. “And the only quarter back fined & disciplined” because the NFL didn’t understand cold weather causes footballs to lose pressure, and apparently neither do you!! There fixed it so it’s factual!!

  4. Brady missed the 2008 season due to Bernard Pollard intentionally diving head first into his knee on opening day. In his 17 seasons beyond that one, here is the breakdown on AFC teams reaching the Super Bowl:

    9 – New England
    8 – Buffalo, Miami, NY Jets, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Tennessee, Jacksonville, Houston, Indianapolis, Oakland, Denver, Kansas City, San Diego

  5. Quite a laundry list.

    However most games coach should be most games head coach. Belichick coached in 2 more SBs with the Giants I believe, so with this game he will have coached in 11, and been involved in more than 20% of all Super Bowls.

  6. As a head coach, Belichick had a losing record with the Browns and was fired for that. His only success as a head coach has been with Brady. He will retire with Brady to preclude being exposed as the coach he was without Brady…..a losing record.

  7. nflhofcounts says:
    January 28, 2019 at 10:24 pm
    As a head coach, Belichick had a losing record with the Browns and was fired for that. His only success as a head coach has been with Brady. He will retire with Brady to preclude being exposed as the coach he was without Brady…..a losing record.
    —-
    Do you know how common it is in sports for a coach to be fired for having a losing record, gain some more experience and then later have success as a head coach? This is pretty much the model, otherwise owners would not hire coaches who had previously failed.

  8. i thumbs down your comment says:
    January 27, 2019 at 9:55 am
    Steelers, Patriots, 49ers, Cowboys

    The class of the NFL. In that order…

    Haven’t been keeping up with headlines I see.

    This is an embarrassment of riches. I did notice that Joe Montana appears 3 times, and only 3 times. He’s actually ahead of Brady in 1 of them! Brady’s 17 appearances on this seems to fly in the face of the “Joe is better” crowd. Really, it’s not even close.

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