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This page was updated on Feb. 20, 2007.

SUPER BOWL HISTORY
Super Bowl I: Green Bay Packers 35, Kansas City Chiefs 10.
MVP: QB Bart Starr, GB.
Super Bowl II: Green Bay Packers 33, Oakland Raiders 14.
MVP: QB Bart Starr, GB.
Super Bowl III: New York Jets 16, Baltimore Colts 7.
MVP: QB Joe Namath, NYJ.
Super Bowl IV: Kansas City Chiefs 23, Minnesota Vikings 7.
MVP: QB Len Dawson, KC.
Super Bowl V: Baltimore Colts 16, Dallas Cowboys 13.
MVP: LB Chuck Howley, DAL.
Super Bowl VI: Dallas Cowboys 24, Miami Dolphins 3.
MVP: QB Roger Staubach, DAL.
Super Bowl VII: Miami Dolphins 14, Washington Redskins 7.
MVP: S Jake Scott, MIA.
Super Bowl VIII: Miami Dolphins 24, Minnesota Vikings 7.
MVP: RB Larry Csonka, MIA.
Super Bowl IX: Pittsburgh Steelers 16, Minnesota Vikings 6.
MVP: RB Franco Harris, PIT.
Super Bowl X: Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Dallas Cowboys 17.
MVP: WR Lynn Swann, PIT.
Super Bowl XI: Oakland Raiders 32, Minnesota Vikings 14.
MVP: WR Fred Biletnikoff, OAK.
Super Bowl XII: Dallas Cowboys 27, Denver Broncos 10.
MVP: DT Randy White and DE Harvey Martin, DAL.
Super Bowl XIII: Pittsburgh Steelers 35, Dallas Cowboys 31.
MVP: QB Tery Bradshaw, PIT.
Super Bowl XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers 31, Los Angeles Rams 19.
MVP: QB Terry Bradshaw, PIT.
Super Bowl XV: Oakland Raiders 27, Philadelphia Eagles 10.
MVP: QB Jim Plunkett, OAK.
Super Bowl XVI: San Francisco 49ers 26, Cincinnati Bengals 21.
MVP: QB Joe Montana, SF.
Super Bowl XVII: Washington Redskins 27, Miami Dolphins 17.
MVP: RB John Riggins, WASH.
Super Bowl XVIII: Los Angeles Raiders 38, Washington Redskins 9.
MVP: RB Marcus Allen, LAR.
Super Bowl XIX: San Francisco 49ers 38, Miami Dolphins 16.
MVP: QB Joe Montana, SF.
Super Bowl XX: Chicago Bears 46, New England Patriots 10.
MVP: DE Richard Dent, CHI.
Super Bowl XXI: New York Giants 39, Denver Broncos 20.
MVP: QB Phil Simms, NYG.
Super Bowl XXII: Washington Redskins 42, Denver Broncos 10.
MVP: QB Doug Williams, WASH.
Super Bowl XXIII: San Francisco 49ers 20, Cincinnati Bengals 16.
MVP: WR Jerry Rice, SF.
Super Bowl XXIV: San Francisco 49ers 55, Denver Broncos 10.
MVP: QB Joe Montana, SF.
Super Bowl XXV: New York Giants 20, Buffalo Bills 19.
MVP: RB Otis Anderson, NYG.
Super Bowl XXVI: Washington Redskins 37, Buffalo Bills 24.
MVP: QB Mark Rypien, WASH.
Super Bowl XXVII: Dallas Cowboys 52, Buffalo Bills 17.
MVP: QB Troy Aikman, DAL.
Super Bowl XXVIII: Dallas Cowboys 30, Buffalo Bills 13.
MVP: RB Emmitt Smith, DAL.
Super Bowl XXIX: San Francisco 49ers 49, San Diego Chargers 26.
MVP: QB Steve Young, SF.
Super Bowl XXX: Dallas Cowboys 27, Pittsburgh Steelers 17.
MVP: CB Larry Brown, DAL.
Super Bowl XXXI: Green Bay Packers 35, New England Patriots 21.
MVP: KR/PR Desmond Howard, GB.
Super Bowl XXXII: Denver Broncos 31, Green Bay Packers 24.
MVP: RB Terrell Davis, DEN.
Super Bowl XXXIII: Denver Broncos 34, Atlanta Falcons 19.
MVP: QB John Elway, DEN.
Super Bowl XXXIV: St. Louis Rams 23, Tennessee Titans 16.
MVP: QB Kurt Warner, STL.
Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore Ravens 34, New York Giants 7.
MVP: LB Ray Lewis, BAL.
Super Bowl XXXVI: New England Patriots 20, St. Louis Rams 17.
MVP: QB Tom Brady, NE.
Super Bowl XXXVII: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48, Oakland Raiders 21.
MVP: S Dexter Jackson, TB.
Super Bowl XXXVIII: New England Patriots 32, Carolina Panthers 29.
MVP: QB Tom Brady, NE.
Super Bowl XXXIX: New England Patriots 24, Philadelphia Eagles 21.
MVP: WR Deion Branch, NE.
Super Bowl XL: Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Seattle Seahawks 10.
MVP: WR Hines Ward, PIT.
Super Bowl XLI: Indianapolis Colts 29, Chicago Bears 17.
MVP: QB Peyton Manning, IND.

BEST & WORST
1966: Green Bay Packers (12-2), New York Giants (1-12-1)
1967: Oakland Raiders (13-1), Atlanta Falcons (1-12-1)
1968: Baltimore Colts (13-1), Buffalo Bills (1-12-1)
1969: Oakland Raiders (12-1-1), Pittsburgh Steelers & Chicago Bears (1-13)
1970: Minnesota Vikings (12-2), Boston Patriots (2-12)
1971: Dallas Cowboys & Minnesota Vikings (11-3), Buffalo Bills (1-13)
1972: Miami Dolphins (14-0), Houston Oilers (1-13)
1973: Miami Dolphins & Minnesota Vikings & Los Angeles Rams (12-2), Houston Oilers (1-13)
1974: Oakland Raiders (12-2), Baltimore Colts & New York Giants (2-12)
1975: Pittsburgh Steelers & Los Angeles Rams (12-2), San Diego Chargers & New Orleans Saints (2-12)
1976: Oakland Raiders (13-1), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-14)
1977: Denver Broncos & Dallas Cowboys (12-2), Tampa Bay Buccaneers & Kansas City Chiefs (2-12)
1978: Pittsburgh Steelers (14-2), San Francisco 49ers (2-14)
1979: San Diego Chargers (12-4), San Francisco 49ers & Detroit Lions (2-14)
1980: Atlanta Falcons (12-4), New Orleans Saints (1-15)
1981: San Francisco 49ers (13-3), Baltimore Colts & New England Patriots (2-14)
1982: Los Angeles Raiders & Washington Redskins (8-1), Baltimore Colts (0-8-1)
1983: Washington Redskins (14-2), Houston Oilers & Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-14)
1984: San Francisco 49ers (15-1), Buffalo Bills (2-14)
1985: Chicago Bears (15-1), Buffalo Bills & Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-14)
1986: New York Giants (14-2), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-14)
1987: San Francisco 49ers (13-2), Atlanta Falcons (3-12)
1988: Chicago Bears & Cincinnati Bengals (12-4), Dallas Cowboys (3-13)
1989: San Francisco 49ers (14-2), Dallas Cowboys (1-15)
1990: San Francisco 49ers (14-2), New England Patriots (1-15)
1991: Washington Redskins (14-2), Indianapolis Colts (1-15)
1992: San Francisco 49ers (14-2), New England Patriots & Seattle Seahawks (2-14)
1993: Buffalo Bills & Dallas Cowboys (12-4), Cincinnati Benglas (3-13)
1994: San Francisco 49ers (13-3), Houston Oilers (2-14)
1995: Kansas City Chiefs (13-3), New York Jets (3-13)
1996: Denver Broncos & Green Bay Packers (13-3), New York Jets (1-15)
1997: San Francisco 49ers & Kansas City Chiefs (13-3), Indianapolis Colts (3-13)
1998: Minnesota Vikings (15-1), Cincinnati Bengals & Indianapolis Colts & Philadelphia Eagles (3-13)
1999: Jacksonville Jaguars (14-2), Cleveland Browns (2-14)
2000: Tennessee Titans (13-3), San Diego Chargers (1-15)
2001: St. Louis Rams (14-2), Carolina Panthers (1-15)
2002: Philadelphia Eagles & Green Bay Packers & Tampa Bay Buccaneers (12-4), Cincinnati Bengals (2-14)
2003: New England Patriots (14-2), Oakland Raiders & San Diego Chargers & New York Giants & Arizona Cardinals (4-12)
2004: Pittsburgh Steelers (15-1), Miami Dolphins & Cleveland Browns (4-12)
2005: Indianapolis Colts (14-2), Houston Texans (2-14)
2006: San Diego Chargers (14-2), Oakland Raiders (2-14)

100-Win Coaches
Records include playoffs.
  1. Don Shula: 347-173-6 (Baltimore, Miami)
  2. George Halas: 324-151-31 (Chicago)
  3. Tom Landry: 270-178-6 (Dallas)
  4. Earl Lambeau: 229-134-22 (Green Bay, Chicago Cardinals, Washington)
  5. Chuck Noll: 209-156-1 (Pittsburgh)
  6. Marty Schottenheimer: 205-139-1 (Cleveland, Kansas City, Washington, San Diego)
  7. Dan Reeves: 201-173-2 (Denver, New York Giants, Atlanta)
  8. Chuck Knox: 193-158-1 (Los Angeles Rams, Buffalo, Seattle)
  9. Bill Parcells: 183-138-1 (New York Giants, New England, New York Jets, Dallas)
  10. Paul Brown: 170-108-6 (Cleveland, Cincinnati)
  11. Bud Grant: 168-108-5 (Minnesota)
  12. Joe Gibbs: 162-93 (Washington - two tenures)
  13. Bill Cowher: 161-99-1 (Pittsburgh)
  14. Mike Holmgren: 159-103 (Green Bay, Seattle)
  15. Marv Levy: 154-120 (Kansas City, Buffalo)
  16. Steve Owen: 153-108-17 (New York Giants)
  17. Mike Shanahan: 139-86 (Oakland, Denver)
  18. Hank Stram: 136-100-10 (Kansas City, New Orelans)
  19. Weeb Ewbank: 134-130-7 (Baltimore Colts, New York Jets)
  20. Mike Ditka: 127-101 (Chicago, New Orleans)
  21. Dick Vermeil: 126-114 (Philadelphia, St. Louis, Kansas City)
  22. Jim Mora Sr.: 125-114-7 (New Orleans, Indianpolis)
  23. Bill Belichick: 124-84 (Cleveland, New England)
  24. George Seifert: 124-67 (San Francisco, Carolina)
  25. Tony Dungy: 123-70 (Tampa Bay, Indianapolis)
  26. Sid Gillman: 123-104-7 (Los Angeles Rams, San Diego, Houston)
  27. George Allen: 119-102 (Los Angeles Rams, Washington)
  28. Dennis Green: 117-102 (Minnesota, Arizona)
  29. Don Coryell: 114-89-1 (St. Louis Cardinals, San Diego)
  30. John Madden: 112-39 (Oakland)
  31. Jeff Fisher: 110-97 (Tennessee)
  32. Ray Parker: 107-76-9 (Chicago Cardinals, Detroit, Pittsburgh)
  33. Vince Lombardi: 105-35-6 (Green Bay, Washington)
  34. Tom Flores: 105-90 (Oakland, Seattle)
  35. Bill Walsh: 102-63-1 (San Francisco)

MVPs
1957: RB Jim Brown, Cleveland
1958: DE Gino Marchetti, Baltimore Colts
1959: QB Charley Conerly, New York Giants
1960: QB Norm Van Brocklin, Philadelphia & LB Joe Schmidt, Detroit
1961: RB Paul Hornung, Green Bay
1962: RB Jim Taylor, Green Bay
1963: QB Y.A. Tittle, New York Giants
1964: QB Johnny Unitas, Baltimore Colts
1965: RB Jim Brown, Cleveland
1966: QB Bart Starr, Green Bay
1967: QB Johnny Unitas, Baltimore Colts
1968: QB Earl Morrall, Baltimore Colts
1969: QB Roman Gabriel, Los Angeles Rams
1970: QB John Brodie, San Francisco
1971: DT Alan Page, Minnesota
1972: RB Larry Brown, Washington
1973: RB O.J. Simpson, Buffalo
1974: QB Ken Stabler, Oakland
1975: QB Fran Tarketon, Minnesota
1976: QB Bert Jones, Baltimore Colts
1977: RB Walter Payton, Chicago
1978: QB Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh
1979: RB Earl Campbell, Houston Oilers
1980: QB Brian Sipe, Cleveland
1981: QB Ken Anderson, Cincinnati
1982: K Mark Moseley, Washington
1983: QB Joe Theismann, Washington
1984: QB Dan Marino, Miami
1985: RB Marcus Allen, Los Angeles Raiders
1986: LB Lawrence Taylor, New York Giants
1987: QB John Elway, Denver
1988: QB Boomer Esiason, Cincinnati
1989: QB Joe Montana, San Francisco
1990: QB Joe Montana, San Francisco
1991: RB Thurman Thomas, Buffalo
1992: QB Steve Young, San Francisco
1993: RB Emmitt Smith, Dallas
1994: QB Steve Young, San Francisco
1995: QB Brett Favre, Green Bay
1996: QB Brett Favre, Green Bay
1997: QB Brett Favre, Green Bay & RB Barry Sanders, Detroit
1998: RB Terrell Davis, Denver
1999: QB Kurt Warner, St. Louis
2000: RB Marshall Faulk, St. Louis
2001: QB Kurt Warner, St. Louis
2002: QB Rich Gannon, Oakland
2003: QB Peyton Manning, Indianapolis & QB Steve McNair, Titans
2004: QB Peyton Manning
2005: RB Shaun Alexander
2006: RB LaDainian Tomlinson

NFL RECORDS
Most Seasons: 26: George Blanda (Bears '49-'58, Houston Oilers '60-'66, Oakland '67-'75)
Most Seasons in a Super Bowl: Mike Lodish (Buffalo XXV-XXVIII, Denver XXXII-XXXIII)
Most Seasons on One Team: 20: Jackie Slater (Los Angeles Rams '76-'94; St. Louis Rams '95)
Most Games Played: 368: Morten Anderson (New Orleans '82-'94, Atlanta '95-'00, Giants '01, Kansas City '02-'03, Minnesota '04-'05, Atlanta '06)
Most Consecutive Games: 304: Jeff Feagles (New England '88-'89, Philadelphia '90-'93, Arizona '94-'97, Seattle '98-'02, Giants '03-'06)
Most Seasons Leading the League in Touchdowns: 8: Don Hutson (Green Bay '35-'38, '41-'44)
Most Touchdowns, Career: 208: Jerry Rice (San Francisco '85-'00; Oakland '01-'04, Seattle '04)
Most Touchdowns, Season: 31: LaDainian Tomlinson (San Diego '06)
Most Touchdowns, Rookie Season: 22: Gale Sayers (Chicago '65)

Most Field Goals, Career: 540: Morten Anderson (New Orleans '82-'94, Atlanta '95-'00, Giants '01, Kansas City '02-'03, Minnesota '04-'05, Atlanta '06)
Most Field Goals, Season: 40: Neil Rackers (Arizona '05)

Most Seasons Leading the League in Rushing: 8: Jim Brown (Cleveland '57-'61, '63-'65)
Most Rushing Yards, Career: 18,355: Emmitt Smith (Dallas '90-'02, Arizona '03-'04)
Most Rushing Yards, Season: 2,105: Eric Dickerson (Los Angeles Rams '84)
Most Rushing Yards, Super Bowl Career: 354: Franco Harris (Pittsburgh, 4 games)
Most Rushing Yards, Rookie Season: 1,808: Eric Dickerson (Los Angeles Rams '83)
Most Rushing Yards, Game: 295: Jamal Lewis (Baltimore vs. Cleveland, '03)
Most Rushing Yards, Single Super Bowl: 204: Timmy Smith (Washington vs. Denver XXII)
Most Consecutive 1,000-Yard Rushing Seasons: 11: Emmitt Smith (Dallas '90-'02)
Most 200-Yard Rushing Games, Career: 6: O.J. Simpson (Buffalo '69-'77, San Francisco '78-'79)
Most 200-Yard Rushing Games, Season: 4: Earl Campbell (Houston Oilers '80)
Most Rushing Touchdowns, Career: 164: Emmitt Smith (Dallas '90-'02, Arizona '03-'04)
Most Rushing Touchdowns, Season: 28: LaDainian Tomlinson (San Diego '06)
Most Rushing Touchdowns, Super Bowl Career: 5: Emmitt Smith (Dallas, 3 games)
Most Rushing Touchdowns, Single Super Bowl: 3: Terrell Davis (Denver vs. Green Bay XXXII)

Highest Passer Rating, Career (1,500 Attempts): 96.8: Steve Young (Tampa Bay '85-'86, San Francisco '87-'99)
Highest Passer Rating, Season: 121.1: Peyton Manning (Indianapolis '04)
Highest Passer Rating, Super Bowl Career: 127.8 Joe Montana (San Francisco, 4 games)
Most Passer Rating, Rookie Season: 98.1: Ben Roethlisberger (Pittsburgh, '04)
Most Passes Completed, Career: 4,967: Dan Marino (Miami '83-'99)
Most Passes Completed, Season: 418: Rich Gannon (Oakland '02)
Most Passes Completed, Super Bowl Career: 83: Joe Montana (San Francisco, 4 games)
Most Passes Completed, Rookie Season: 326: Peyton Manning (Indianapolis '98)
Most Passes Completed, Game: 45: Drew Bledsoe (New England vs. Minnesota '94)
Most Passes Completed, Single Super Bowl: 32: Tom Brady (New England vs. Carolina XXXVIII)
Most Passing Yards, Career: 61,361: Dan Marino (Miami '83-'99)
Most Passing Yards, Season: 5,084: Dan Marino (Miami '84)
Most Passing Yards, Super Bowl Career: 1,142: Joe Montana (San Francisco, 4 games)
Most Passing Yards, Rookie Season: 3,739: Peyton Manning (Indianapolis '98)
Most Passing Yards, Game: 554: Norm Van Brocklin (Los Angeles Rams vs. New York Yanks '51)
Most Passing Yards, Single Super Bowl: 414: Kurt Warner (St. Louis vs. Tennessee XXXIV)
Most 3,000-Yard Passing Seasons: 15: Brett Favre ('92-'06)
Most 400-Yard Passing Games: 13: Dan Marino (Miami '83-'99)
Most Touchdown Passes, Game: 7: Sid Luckman (Chicago), Adrian Burk (Philadelphia), George Blanda (Houston), Y.A. Tittle (Giants), Joe Kapp (Minnesota)
Most Touchdown Passes, Career: 420: Dan Marino (Miami '83-'99)
Most Touchdown Passes, Season: 49: Peyton Manning (Indianapolis '04)
Most Touchdown Passes, Super Bowl Career: 11: Joe Montana (San Francisco, 4 games)
Most Touchdown Passes, Single Super Bowl: 6: Steve Young (San Francisco vs. San Diego XXIX)
Most Touchdown Passes, Rookie Season: 26: Peyton Manning (Indianapolis '98)
Most Passes Without an Interception: 308: Bernie Kosar (Cleveland '90-'91)
Most Passes Without an Interception in a Super Bowl: 45: Kurt Warner (St. Louis vs. Tennessee XXXIV)
Most Interceptions Thrown, Career: 277: George Blanda (Bears '49, Baltimore '50-58, Houston '60-'66, Oakland '67-'75)
Most Interceptions Thrown, Season: 42: George Blanda (Houston Oilers '62)
Most Interceptions Thrown, Super Bowl Career: 8: John Elway (Denver, 5 games)
Most Interceptions Thrown, Game: 8: Jim Hardy (Chicago Cardinals vs. Philadelphia '50)
Most Interceptions Thrown, Single Super Bowl: 5: Rich Gannon (Oakland vs. Tampa Bay XXXVII)
Most Passing Attempts Without an Interception in a Game: 70: Drew Bledsoe (New England vs. Minnesota '94)
Most Times Sacked, Career: 516: John Elway (Denver '83-'98)
Most Times Sacked, Season: 76: David Carr (Houston '02)

Most Receptions, Career: 1,519: Jerry Rice (San Francisco '85-'00, Oakland '01-'03)
Most Receptions, Season: 143: Marvin Harrison (Indianapolis '02)
Most Receptions, Super Bowl Career: 33: Jerry Rice (San Francisco, 3 games & Oakland, 1 game)
Most Receptions, Rookie Season: 101: Anquan Boldin (Arizona '03)
Most Receptions, Game: 20: Terrell Owens (San Francisco vs. Chicago '00)
Most Receptions, Single Super Bowl: 11: Dan Ross, Jerry Rice, Deion Branch
Most Consecutive Games with a Reception: 274: Jerry Rice (San Francisco '85-'00, Oakland '01-'04)
Most Receiving Yards, Career: 22,466: Jerry Rice (San Francisco '85-'00, Oakland '01-'03)
Most Receiving Yards, Season: 1,848: Jerry Rice (San Francisco '95)
Most Receiving Yards, Super Bowl Career: 589: Jerry Rice (San Francisco, 3 games & Oakland, 1 game)
Most Receiving Yards, Rookie Season: 1,473: Bill Groman (Houston Oilers '60)
Most Receiving Yards, Single Super Bowl: 215: Jerry Rice (San Francisco vs. Cincinnati XXIII)
Most Receiving Touchdowns, Career: 197: Jerry Rice (San Francisco '85-'00, Oakland '01-'04, Seattle '04)
Most Receiving Touchdowns, Season: 22: Jerry Rice (San Francisco '87)
Most Receiving Touchdowns, Super Bowl Career: 8: Jerry Rice (San Francisco, 3 games & Oakland, 1 game)
Most Receiving Touchdowns, Rookie Season: 17: Randy Moss (Minnesota '98)
Most Receiving Touchdowns, Game: 5: Bob Shaw, Kellen Winslow, Jerry Rice
Most Receiving Touchdowns, Single Super Bowl: 3: Jerry Rice (XXIV, XXIX)

Most Interceptions, Career: 81: Paul Krause (Washington '64-'67, Minnesota '68-'79)
Most Interceptions, Season: 14: Dick "Night Train" Lane (Los Angeles Rams '52)
Most Interceptions, Super Bowl Career: 3: Chuck Howley, Rod Martin, Larry Brown
Most Interceptions, Rookie Season: 14: Dick Lane (Los Angeles Rams '52)
Most Interceptions, Single Super Bowl: 3: Rod Martin (Oakland vs. Philadelphia XV)

Most Punts, Career: 1,514: Jeff Feagles (New England '88-'89, Philadelphia '90-'93, Arizona '94-'97, Seattle '98-'02, Giants '03-'06)
Most Punts, Game: 16: Leo Araguz (Oakland vs. San Diego '98)

Most Sacks, Game: 7: Derrick Thomas (Kansas City vs. Seattle, 1990)
Most Sacks, Career: 200: Bruce Smith (Buffalo '85-'99, Washington '00-'03)
Most Sacks, Season: 22.5: Michael Strahan (New York Giants '01)

Most Super Bowl Rings: 5: Charles Haley (San Francisco XXIII-XXIV, Dallas XXVII, XXVIII, XXX)
Most Super Bowl Rings as a Coach: 4: Chuck Noll (Pittsburgh IX, X, XIII, XIV)
Player on Most Consecutive Losing Super Bowl Teams: 5: QB Gale Gilbert (Buffalo XXV-XXVIII, San Diego XXIX)

RANDOM STATS
  • Longest Winning Streaks 18: New England ('03-'04)
  • Most NFL Playoff Appearances 28: Dallas.
  • Coldest Games -13 Degrees: Dallas at Green Bay 1967 (Packers 21, Cowboys 17). -9 Degrees: San Diego at Cincinnati 1982 (Bengals 27, Chargers 7). 0 Degrees: Los Angeles Raiders at Buffalo 1994 (Bills 29, Raiders 23).
  • Greatest Comebacks 28 Points Down: New Orleans at San Francisco 1980 (New Orleans 35, San Francisco 7 -> San Francisco 38, New Orleans 35). 26 Points Down: Indianapolis at Buffalo 1997 (Indianapolis 26, Buffalo 0 -> Buffalo 37, Indianapolis 35). 25 Points Down: Tampa Bay at St. Louis Cardinals 1987 (Tampa Bay 28, St. Louis 3 -> St. Louis 31, Tampa Bay 28).
  • No. 1 Overall Pick Busts 2002: QB David Carr, Houston. 2000: DE Courtney Brown, Cleveland. 1999: QB Tim Couch, Cleveland. 1995: RB Ki-Jana Carter, Cincinnati. 1994: DT Dan Wilkinson, Cincinnati. 1992: DT Steve Emtman, Indianapolis. 1988: LB Aundray Bruce, Atlanta.


ALL-TIME LEADERS
Passing Yards:
  1. Dan Marino - 61,361
  2. Brett Favre - 57,500
  3. John Elway - 51,475
  4. Warren Moon - 49,325
  5. Fran Tarkenton - 47,003
  6. Vinny Testaverde - 45,281
  7. Drew Bledsoe - 44,611
  8. Dan Fouts - 43,040
  9. Joe Montana - 40,551
  10. Johnny Unitas - 40,239

Rushing Yards:
  1. Emmitt Smith - 18,355
  2. Walter Payton - 16,726
  3. Barry Sanders - 15,269
  4. Curtis Martin - 14,101
  5. Jerome Bettis - 13,662
  6. Eric Dickerson - 13,259
  7. Tony Dorsett - 12,739
  8. Jim Brown - 12,312
  9. Marshall Faulk - 12,279
  10. Marcus Allen - 12,243

Reception Yards:
  1. Jerry Rice - 22,895
  2. Tim Brown - 14,934
  3. James Lofton - 14,004
  4. Cris Carter - 13,899
  5. Henry Ellard - 13,777
  6. Marvin Harrison - 13,691
  7. Isaac Bruce - 13,376
  8. Andre Reed - 13,198
  9. Steve Largent - 13,089
  10. Irving Fryar - 12,785

Sacks:
  1. Bruce Smith - 200
  2. Reggie White - 198
  3. Kevin Greene - 160
  4. Chris Doleman - 150.5
  5. Richard Dent - 137.5
  6. John Randle - 137.5
  7. Michael Strahan - 132.5
  8. Leslie O'Neal - 132.5
  9. Lawrence Taylor - 132.5
  10. Rickey Jackson - 128

Interceptions:
  1. Paul Krause - 81
  2. Emien Tunnell - 79
  3. Rod Woodson - 71
  4. Dick "Night Train" Lane - 68
  5. Ken Riley - 65
  6. Ronnie Lott - 63
  7. Dick Lebeau - 62
  8. Dave Brown - 62
  9. Emmitt Thomas - 58
  10. Five tied with - 57


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