Records Set in Super Bowl XLIII

By: AP Email
By: AP Email

Records set or tied in the 2009 Super Bowl:

INDIVIDUAL

Career Records Set

Most 300-yard passing games - 3, Kurt Warner, St. Louis-Arizona.

Most yards passing - 1,156, Kurt Warner, St. Louis-Arizona.

Game Records Set

Longest Play - 100 yards, James Harrison, Pittsburgh,
interception return. Old record: 99, Desmond Howard, Green Bay vs.
New England, kickoff return, 1997.

Longest Interception return - 100 yards, James Harrison,
Pittsburgh. Old record: 76, Kelly Herndon, Seattle vs. Pittsburgh,
2006

TEAM

Game Records Set

Most wins - 6, Pittsburgh.

Most first downs, passing - 20, Arizona. Old record: 19, New
England vs. Carolina, 2004.

Fewest first downs rushing, both teams - 6, Arizona (2),
Pittsburgh (4). Old record: 7, Oakland (1), Tampa Bay (6), 2003 and
New England (3), N.Y. Giants (4), 2008.

Fewest rushing attempts, both teams - 38, Arizona (12),
Pittsburgh (26). Old record: 42, New England (16), N.Y. Giants
(26), 2008.

Fewest rushing yards, both teams - 91, Arizona (33), Pittsburgh
(58). Old record: 136, New England (45), N.Y. Giants (91), 2008.

Game Records Tied

Most first downs, passing - 32, Arizona (20), Pittsburgh (12).
Tied: Miami (17), San Francisco (15), 1985; Philadelphia (18), New
England (14), 2005.

Most first downs, penalty - 4, Pittsburgh. Tied five others.

Most safeties, Team - 1, Arizona. Tied four others.

MISCELLANY

Youngest head coach - 36, Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh. Old record:
39, Jon Gruden, Tampa Bay.

Youngest winning head coach - 36, Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh. Old
record: 39, Jon Gruden, Tampa Bay.


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