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Green Bay Packers set, tie several Super Bowl records

Feb. 7, 2011
 
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DALLAS — Here are the Super Bowl records set or tied in Super Bowl XLV.

Compiled By Elias Sports Bureau

SUPER BOWL RECORD SET IN SUPER BOWL XLV

Fewest Rushing Attempts, Game, Both Teams – 36, Green Bay (13) vs. Pittsburgh (23)

SUPER BOWL RECORDS TIED IN SUPER BOWL XLV

Most Games, Team – 8, Pittsburgh (tied record set by Dallas)

Fewest Turnovers, Game, Team – 0, Green Bay (tied record shared by 17 other teams)

Most Points, First Quarter, Team – 14, Green Bay (tied record shared by six other teams)

Largest Lead, End of First Quarter, Team – 14, Green Bay, led 14-0 (tied record shared by Miami, SB VIII and Oakland, SB XV)

Fewest First Downs By Penalty, Game, Both Teams – 0, Green Bay vs. Pittsburgh (tied record set in five other SB)

Fewest Rushing Attempts, Game, Winning Team – 13, Green Bay (tied record set by St. Louis, SB XXXIV)

Most Two-Point Conversions, Game – 1, Antwaan Randle El (tied record shared by five other players)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Compiled By Elias Sports Bureau

♦ Green Bay has won 13 NFL championships (including nine in the pre-Super Bowl era), the highest total for any team.

♦ Green Bay committed no turnovers; Pittsburgh committed three. Teams committing the fewer turnovers have a 33-3 record in Super Bowls.

♦ Jordy Nelson had nine receptions for 140 yards, breaking the Packers’ record for receiving yards in a Super Bowl, set by Max McGee, who had 138 yards in SB I.

♦ Green Bay scored two touchdowns within 24 seconds in the first quarter – the fastest pair of touchdowns scored by one team in a Super Bowl since SB XXVII, when Dallas scored two touchdowns in 18 seconds after having scored two touchdowns in 15 seconds earlier in that game.

♦ For the third consecutive postseason game, Green Bay scored a touchdown on an interception return, becoming the first team in NFL history to score a touchdown on an interception return in each of three consecutive postseason games.

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