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  •   Super Bowl Records

    Associated Press
    Sunday, January 31, 1999; 11:44 p.m. EST

    MIAMI – Records set or tied in the 1999 Super Bowl:

    Most Games, Career – 6, Mike Lodish, Buffalo and Denver (old record: 5, held by many).

    Most Passes, Career – 152, John Elway, Denver (old record: 145, Jim Kelly, Buffalo).

    Most Passes Had Intercepted, Career – 8, John Elway, Denver (old record: 7, Craig Morton, Dallas and Denver; Jim Kelly, Buffalo; Elway).

    Most yards, Interception Returns, Game – 108, Darrien Gordon, Denver (old record: 77, Larry Brown, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1996).

    Most yards, Interception Returns, Career – 108, Darrien Gordon, Denver (old record: 77, Larry Brown, Dallas).

    Highest Average, Kickoff Returns, Career (4 returns) – 42.0, Tim Dwight, Atlanta (old record: 38.5, Desmond Howard, Green Bay).

    Most Games, Losing Team Head Coach – 4, Dan Reeves, Atlanta and Denver (tied: Marv Levy, Buffalo; Bud Grant, Minnesota).

    Most Touchdowns, Kickoff Returns, Game – 1, Tim Dwight, Atlanta (tied: Fulton Walker, Miami, 1983; Stanford Jennings, Cincinnati, 1989; Andre Coleman, San Diego, 1995; Desmond Howard, Green Bay, 1997).

    Most Points, Fourth Quarter, Both Teams – 30, Denver (17) vs. Atlanta (13) (old record: 28, Dallas (14) vs. Pittsburgh (14), 1979.

    Most Yards, Interception Returns, Game – 136, Denver vs. Atlanta (old record: 95, Miami vs. Washington, 1973.

    Most Yards Interception Returns, Game, Both Teams – 137, Denver (136) vs. Atlanta (1) (old record: 95, Miami (95) vs. Washington (0), 1973.

    Fewest Punts Game – 1, Atlanta and Denver (old record: 2, Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles Rams, 1980; Denver vs. N.Y. Giants, 1987).

    Fewest Punts Game, Both Teams – 2, Atlanta (1) vs. Denver (1) (old record: 5, Denver (2) vs. N.Y. Giants (3), 1987).

    Most Field Goal Attempts, Game, Both Teams – 7, Denver (4) vs. Atlanta (3) (tied: N.Y. Jets (5) vs. Baltimore (2), 1969; San Francisco (4) vs. Cincinnati (3), 1989.

    Fewest Times Sacked, Game – 0, Denver (tied: held by many).

    Fewest Punt Returns, Game – 0, Denver and Atlanta (tied: Minnesota vs. Miami, 1974; Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, 1991; Washington vs. Buffalo, 1992).

    Fewest Punt Returns, Both Teams, Game – 0, Denver vs. Atlanta (tied: Green Bay vs. Denver, 1998).

    Fewest Yards, Punt Returns, Both Teams, Game – 0, Denver vs. Atlanta (tied: Green Bay vs. Denver, 1998).

    Most Touchdowns, Kickoff Returns, Game – 1, Atlanta (tied: Miami vs. Washington, 1983; Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1989; San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995; Green Bay vs. New England, 1997).

    Fewest Penalties, Game – 0, Atlanta (tied: Miami vs. Dallas, 1972; Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1976; Denver vs. San Francisco, 1990).

    Fewest Yards Penalized, Game – 0, Atlanta (tied: Miami vs. Dallas, 1972; Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1976; Denver vs. San Francisco, 1990).

    Fewest Fumbles, Game – 0, Denver (tied: held by many).

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