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Super Bowl All-Time Records
(Complete through Super Bowl XLIII)
From The Sports Network

SCORINGRUSHING
Most Points, CareerMost Attempts, Career
48  Jerry Rice, San Francisco101  Franco Harris, Pittsburgh
31  Adam Vinatieri, New England/Ind.70  Emmitt Smith, Dallas
30  Emmitt Smith, Dallas64  John Riggins, Washington
24  Franco Harris, Pittsburgh  
24  Roger Craig, San Francisco  
24  Thurman Thomas, Buffalo  
24  John Elway, Denver  
 
Most Points, GameMost Attempts, Game
18  Roger Craig, San Francisco38  John Riggins, Washington
18  Jerry Rice, San Francisco (2)34  Franco Harris, Pittsburgh
18  Ricky Watters, San Francisco33  Larry Csonka, Miami
18  Terrell Davis, Denver  
15  Don Chandler, Green Bay  
14  Ray Wersching, San Francisco  
14  Kevin Butler, Chicago  
 
Most Touchdowns, CareerMost Yards Gained, Career
8  Jerry Rice, San Francisco354  Franco Harris, Pittsburgh
5  Emmitt Smith, Dallas297  Larry Csonka, Miami
4  Franco Harris, Pittsburgh289  Emmitt Smith, Dallas
4  Roger Craig, San Francisco  
4  Thurman Thomas, Buffalo  
4  John Elway, Denver  
 
Most Touchdowns, GameMost Yards Gained, Game
3  Roger Craig, San Francisco 204  Timmy Smith, Washington
3  Jerry Rice, San Francisco (2)191  Marcus Allen, LA Raiders
3  Ricky Watters, San Francisco166  John Riggins, Washington
3  Terrell Davis, Denver  
 
Most Field Goals, CareerLongest Run From Scrimmage
7  Adam Vinatieri, New England/Ind
75
  Willie Parker, Pittsburgh
5  Ray Wersching, San Francisco
74
  Marcus Allen, LA Raiders
4  Jim Turner, NY Jets/Denver
58
  Tom Matte, Baltimore Colts
4  Uwe von Schamann, Miami
58t
  Timmy Smith, Washington
4  Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis
52
  Thomas Jones, Chicago
4  Don Chandler, Green Bay
 
 
Most Field Goals, GameMost Touchdowns, Career
4  Don Chandler, Green Bay5  Emmitt Smith, Dallas
4  Ray Wersching, San Francisco4  Franco Harris, Pittsburgh
3  Jim Turner, NY Jets4  Thurman Thomas, Buffalo
3  Jan Stenerud, Kansas City4  John Elway, Denver
3  Uwe von Schamann, Miami3  Terrell Davis, Denver
3  Kevin Butler, Chicago  
3  Jim Breech, Cincinnati  
3  Chip Lohmiller, Washington  
3  Eddie Murray, Dallas  
3  Adam Vinatieri, Indianapolis  
3  Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis  
 
Longest Field GoalMost Touchdowns, Game
54  Steve Christie, Buffalo3  Terrell Davis, Denver
51  Jason Elam, Denver2  13 players
50  Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis  
50  Jon Kasay, Carolina  
48  Jan Stenerud, Kansas City  
48  Rich Karlis, Denver  
48  Adam Vinatieri, New England  
 
PASSINGRECEPTIONS
Most Passes Attempted, CareerMost Receptions, Career
156  Tom Brady, New England 33  Jerry Rice, San Francisco
152  John Elway, Denver27  Andre Reed, Buffalo
145   Jim Kelly, Buffalo 21   Deion Branch, New England
   20  Roger Craig, San Francisco
20  Thurman Thomas, Buffalo
 
Most Passes Attempted, GameMost Receptions, Game
58  Jim Kelly, Buffalo11  Dan Ross, Cincinnati
51  Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia11  Jerry Rice, San Francisco
50  Jim Kelly, Buffalo11  Deion Branch, New England
50  Dan Marino, Miami 11  Wes Welker, New England
49  Neil O'Donnell, Pittsburgh10  Andre Hastings, Pittsburgh
49  Stan Humphries, San Diego10  Deion Branch, New England
49  Matt Hasselbeck, Seattle10  Tony Nathan, Miami
    10  Joseph Addai, Indianapolis
    10  Jerry Rice, San Francisco
 
Most Passes Completed, CareerMost Yards Gained, Career
100  Tom Brady, New England589  Jerry Rice, San Francisco
83  Joe Montana, San Francisco364  Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh
83  Kurt Warner, St. Louis/Arizona323  Andre Reed, Buffalo
 
Most Passes Completed, GameMost Yards Gained, Game
32  Tom Brady, New England215  Jerry Rice, San Francisco
31  Jim Kelly, Buffalo193  Ricky Sanders, Washington
31  Kurt Warner, Arizona162  Isaac Bruce, St. Louis
30  Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia161  Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh
29  Dan Marino, Miami  
 
Most Yards Gained, CareerLongest Reception
1156  Kurt Warner, St. Louis/Arizona85t  Muhsin Muhammad, Carolina
1142  Joe Montana, San Francisco81t  Antonio Freeman, Green Bay
1128  John Elway, Denver80t  Kenny King, Oakland
1001  Tom Brady, New England80t  Ricky Sanders, Washington
  80  Rod Smith, Denver
 
Most Yards Gained, GameMost Touchdowns, Career
414  Kurt Warner, St. Louis8  Jerry Rice, San Francisco
377  Kurt Warner, Arizona3  John Stallworth, Pittsburgh
365  Kurt Warner, St. Louis3  Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh
357   Joe Montana, San Francisco 3   Cliff Branch, Oakland/LosAngeles
357   Donovan McNabb, Philadelphia 3  Antonio Freeman, Green Bay
 
Longest Pass CompletionMost Touchdowns, Game
85t  Jake Delhomme, Carolina3  Jerry Rice, San Francisco (2)
81t  Brett Favre, Green Bay2  Max McGee, Green Bay
80t  Jim Plunkett, Oakland2  Bill Miller, Oakland
80t  Doug Williams, Washington2  John Stallworth, Pittsburgh
80t  John Elway, Denver2  Cliff Branch, Oakland
76t  David Woodley, Miami2  Dan Ross, Cincinnati
  2  Roger Craig, San Francisco
  2  Ricky Sanders, Washington
  2  Michael Irvin, Dallas
  2  Ricky Watters, San Francisco
  2  Antonio Freeman, Green Bay
  2  Keenan McCardell, Tampa Bay
  2  Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona
 
Highest Passer Rating, CareerHighest Average Gain Receiving
127.8  Joe Montana, San Francisco24.4  John Stallworth, Pittsburgh
122.8  Jim Plunkett, Oakland-LA Raiders23.4  Ricky Sanders, Washington
112.8  Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh22.8  Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh
 
Most Consecutive Completions, GameHighest Average Gain, Game
13  Joe Montana, San Francisco40.33  John Stallworth, Pittsburgh
10  Phil Simms, NY Giants40.25  Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh
10  Troy Aikman, Dallas38.33  John Stallworth, Pittsburgh
10  Kurt Warner, Arizona  
9  Jim Kelly, Buffalo  
9  Neil O'Donnell, Pittsburgh  
9  Steve McNair, Tennessee  
9  Peyton Manning, Indianapolis  
 
Most Touchdown Passes, CareerPUNTING
11  Joe Montana, San Francisco Most Punts, Career
9  Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh17  Mike Eischeid, Oakland/Minn.
8  Roger Staubach, Dallas 17  Mike Horan, Denver/St. Louis
  16  Brad Maynard, NY Giants/Chicago
 
Most Touchdown Passes, GameMost Punts, Game
6  Steve Young, San Francisco11  Brad Maynard, NY Giants
5  Joe Montana, San Francisco10  Kyle Richardson, Baltimore
4  Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh9  Ron Widby, Dallas
4  Doug Williams, Washington   
4  Troy Aikman, Dallas   
 
Most Interceptions Thrown, CareerLongest Punt
8  John Elway, Denver63  Lee Johnson, Cincinnati
7  Craig Morgan, Dallas/Denver62  Rich Camarillo, New England
7  Jim Kelly, Buffalo61  Jerrel Wilson, Kansas City
6  Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota   
 
Most Interceptions Thrown, GameHighest Average, Career (Min. 10)
5  Rich Gannon, Oakland46.5  Jerrel Wilson, Kansas City
4  Craig Morton, Denver43.8  Tom Rouen, Denver/Seattle
4  Jim Kelly, Buffalo43.0  Kyle Richardson, Baltimore
4  Drew Bledsoe, New England43.0  Tom Tupa, New England/Tampa Bay
4  Kerry Collins, NY Giants  
 
Most Att. Without Interception, GameHighest Average, Game (Min. 4)
48  Tom Brady, New England50.2  Tom Rouen, Seattle
45  Kurt Warner, St. Louis48.8  Bryan Wagner, San Diego
36  Joe Montana, San Francisco48.7  Chris Gardocki, Pittsburgh
36  Steve Young, San Francisco48.5  Jerrel Wilson, Kansas City
36  Steve McNair, Tennessee46.3  Jim Miller, San Francisco
35  Joe Montana, San Francisco  
 
PUNT RETURNSKICKOFF RETURNS
Most Punt Returns, CareerMost Kickoff Returns, Career
8   Troy Brown, New England 10  Ken Bell, Denver
6   Willie Wood, Green Bay 8 Larry Anderson, Pittsburg
6  Jake Scott, Miami8   Fulton Walker, Miami
6  Theo Bell, Pittsburgh8   Andre Coleman, San Diego
6  Mike Nelms, Washington8   Marcus Knight, Oakland
6  John Taylor, San Francisco 7   Preston Pearson, Bal/Pitt/Dallas
6  Desmond Howard, Green Bay7Stephen Starring, New England
6  David Meggett, NY Giants/New England7David Meggett, NYG/New England
6  Darrien Gordon, San Diego/Denver/Oak  
 
Most Punt Returns, GameMost Kickoff Returns, Game
6  Mike Nelms, Washington8  Andre Coleman, San Diego
6  Desmond Howard, Green Bay8  Marcus Knight, Oakland
5  Willie Wood, Green Bay7  Stephen Starring, New England
5  Dana McLemore, San Francisco 6  Darren Carrington, Denver
4  by 9 players6  Antonio Freeman, Green Bay
   6  Ron Dixon, NY Giants
 
Most Fair Catches, GameMost Yards Gained, Career
4  Karl Williams, Tampa Bay283  Fulton Walker, Miami
4  Jermaine Lewis, Baltimore244  Andre Coleman, San Diego
3  Golden Richards, Dallas210  Tim Dwight, Atlanta
3  Greg Pruitt, LA Raiders  
3  Al Edwards, Buffalo  
3  David Meggett, NY Giants  
3  Ron Gardin, Baltimore  
 
Most Yards Gained, CareerMost Yards Gained, Game
94  John Taylor, San Francisco244  Andre Coleman, San Diego
90  Desmond Howard, Green Bay210  Tim Dwight, Atlanta
67  David Meggett, NY Giants/New Eng190  Fulton Walker, Miami
 
Most Yards Gained, GameLongest Return
90  Desmond Howard, Green Bay99t  Desmond Howard, Green Bay
56  John Taylor, San Francisco98t  Fulton Walker, Miami
52  Mike Nelms, Washington98t  Andre Coleman, San Diego
97t  Ron Dixon, NY Giants
 
Longest ReturnHighest Average, Career (Min. 4)
45  John Taylor, San Francisco42.0  Tim Dwight, Atlanta
34  Darrell Green, Washington38.5  Desmond Howard, Green Bay
34  Desmond Howard, Green Bay35.4  Fulton Walker, Miami
34  Jermaine Lewis, Baltimore  
32  Desmond Howard, Green Bay  
 
Highest Average, Career (Min. 4)Highest Average, Game (Min. 3)
15.7  John Taylor, San Francisco47.5  Fulton Walker, Miami
15.0  Desmond Howard, Green Bay42.0  Tim Dwight, Atlanta
11.2  David Meggett, NY Giants/New Eng.38.5  Desmond Howard, Green Bay
 
Highest Average, Game (Min. 3)
18.7  John Taylor, San Francisco  
15.0  Desmond Howard, Green Bay  
12.7  John Taylor, San Francisco  
 
INTERCEPTIONS BYSACKS
Most Interceptions By, CareerMost Sacks, Career
3  Chuck Howley, Dallas4.5  Charles Haley, S.F./Dallas
3  Rod Martin, Oakland/LA Raiders3  Danny Stubbs, San Francisco
3  Larry Brown, Dallas3  Leonard Marshall, NY Giants
2   13 Players 3  Jeff Wright, Buffalo
   3  Reggie White, Green Bay
   3  Willie McGinest, New England
   3  Mike Vrabel, New England
   3  Tedy Bruschi, New England
  2.5  Dexter Manley, Washington
  2.5  Michael Strahan, NY Giants
 
Most Interceptions By, GameMost Sacks, Game
3  Rod Martin, Oakland3  Reggie White, Green Bay
2  By 11 players2  Dwaine Board, San Francisco
  2  Dennis Owens, New England
Most Yards Gained, Career 2  Otis Wilson, Chicago
108  Darrien Gordon, San Diego/Den/Oak2  Leonard Marshall, NY Giants
94  Dwight Smith, Tampa Bay2  Alvin Walton, Washington
77  Larry Brown, Dallas2  Charles Haley, San Francisco
75  Willie Brown, Oakland2  Danny Stubbs, San Francisco
  2  Jeff Wright, Buffalo
Most Yards Gained, Game 2  Raylee Johnson, San Diego
108  Darrien Gordon, Denver2  Chad Hennings, Dallas
94  Dwight Smith, Tampa Bay2  Tedy Bruschi, New England
77  Larry Brown, Dallas2  Michael McCrary, Baltimore
75  Willie Brown, Oakland2  Simeon Rice, Tampa Bay
  2  Mike Vrabel, New England
  2  Adalius Thomas, New England
  2  Justin Tuck, NY Giants
  2  LaMarr Woodley, Pittsburgh
  2  Darnell Dockett, Arizona
 
Longest Return
100t  James Harrison, Pittsburgh  
76  Kelly Herndon, Seattle  
75t  Willie Brown, Oakland  
60t  Herb Adderley, Green Bay  
58  Darrien Gordon, Denver  
 
Most Touchdowns, Game
2  Dwight Smith, Tampa Bay  
1  Herb Adderley, Green Bay  
1  Willie Brown, Oakland  
1  Jack Squirek, LA Raiders  
1  Reggie Phillips, Chicago  
1   Duane Starks, Baltimore  
1  Ty Law, New England  
1  Derrick Brooks, Tampa Bay  
1   Kelvin Hayden, Indianapolis  
1   James Harrison, Pittsburgh