Jerry Rice #80 of the San Francisco 49ers runs for a touch down during the game against the Dallas Cowboys at the Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas. The 49ers defeated the Cowboys 38-20.
Most Super Bowl victories — 6
The Pittsburgh Steelers organization has won six Super bowl championships. The Steelers won their first Super Bowl in 1975 and captured their latest in 2009. Here's a look at other Super Bowl records to be admired ...
Most Super Bowl MVPs — 3
Legendary 49ers quarterback Joe Montana naturally tops the list with three Super Bowl MVPs (XVI, XIX and XXIV).
Most championships — 5
Charles Haley racked up five Super Bowl championships with the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys.
Most appearances — 9
Dan Reeves holds the record for the most Super Bowl appearances as a coach or player with nine. Reeves made two Super Bowls as a player, three as an assistant coach and four as a head coach.
Most starts at quarterback — 5
John Elway and Tom Brady share the record for the most Super Bowl starts at quarterback. Elway made all five of his starts for the Denver Broncos and Brady has made all five of his starts with the New England Patriots.
Most wins as a starting quarterback — 4
Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana each won four Super Bowls starting for the Steelers and 49ers respectively.
Most games as a kicker — 5
Adam Vinatieri made four Super Bowls with the New England Patriots but made his fifth with the Patriots' AFC rival — the Indianapolis Colts.
Oldest player — 42 years, 11 days
Matt Stover earned the distinction of being the oldest player to play in a Super Bowl as the kicker for the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV.
Most points scored in Super Bowl games — 48
Jerry Rice holds the record for the most points scored in Super Bowl games with 48. Rice scored in each Super Bowl game he has played in — three with San Francisco and one with Oakland.
Longest scoring play — 100 yards
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison provided one of the most memorable moments in Super Bowl history in Super Bowl XLIII. After intercepting Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner at the goal line, Harrison returned the interception 100 yards for a Steelers score.
Most Super Bowl touchdowns — 8
No surprises here. Jerry Rice holds this Super Bowl record for touchdowns. The Hall of Fame receiver hauled in eight TD passes in his four Super Bowl appearances.
Highest passer rating in a game — 150.92
New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms holds the record for the best passing rating in a Super Bowl with his 150.92 performance in Super Bowl XXI.
Most attempts in a game — 58
In Super Bowl XXVI, Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly threw the ball a whopping 58 times!
Most consecutive completions in a game — 16
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was on fire for a stretch during Super Bowl XLVI against the New York Giants. Brady set a Super Bowl record by completing 16 consecutive passes.
Most completions in a game — 32
It is fitting that two elite quarterbacks share the record for the most completions in a Super Bowl game. Tom Brady set the mark in Super Bowl XXXVIII and Drew Brees equaled the mark in Super Bowl XLIV.
Most passing yards — 414 yards
Super Bowl XXXIV MVP Kurt Warner threw the ball for 414 yards as the St. Louis Rams defeated the Tennessee Titans 23-16.
Longest pass — 85 yards
In Super Bowl XXXVIII, Carolina Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme completed the longest pass in Super Bowl history to receiver Muhsin Muhammad.
Most touchdown passes in a game — 6
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Steve Young set the record for most TD passes in a game Super Bowl XXIX. The 49ers blew out the Chargers 49-26.
Most attempts without an interception — 48
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady put on a passing clinic in Super Bowl XLII but despite setting the record for most pass attempts without an interception, the Giants defeated the Patriots 17-14.
Most interceptions — 5
Oakland Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon set the dubious record of most interceptions in a Super Bowl against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during Super Bowl XXXVII.
Most receiving yards — 215 yards
Jerry Rice registered the most Super Bowl yards in history for a wide receiver in Super Bowl XXIII.
Most rushing yards — 204 yards
Washington Redskins running back Timmy Smith rushed for 204 yards against the Broncos in Super Bowl XXII.
Most rushing touchdowns — 3
Not only did Broncos running back Terrell Davis set a Super Bowl record for rushing touchdowns in Super Bowl XXXII, he also won Super Bowl MVP.
Most receptions — 11
Former 49ers receiver Jerry Rice (pictured in Super Bowl XXIII) is one of four receivers who share this Super Bowl record for receptions. The others include Dan Ross in Super Bowl XVI, Deion Branch in Super Bowl XXXIX and Wes Welker in Super Bowl XLII.
Most interceptions — 3
Raiders linebacker Rod Martin picked off three passes in Super Bowl XV against the Philadelphia Eagles, helping the Raiders defeat the Eagles 27-10.
Longest kickoff return — 99 yards
Green Bay Packers kick returner Desmond Howard set the Super Bowl record against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI.