All-time super bowl records

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All-Time Super Bowl Records

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

SERVICE

Most games played, career

6 Mike Lodish, Buffalo, 1991-94; Denver, 1998-99

5 Mary Fleming, Green Bay, 1967-68; Miami, 1972-74

5 Larry Cole, Dallas, 1971-72, 1976, 1978-79

5 Cliff Harris, Dallas, 1971-72, 1976, 1978-79

5 Charles Haley, San Francisco, 1989-90; Dallas, 1993-94,

1996

5 D.D. Lewis, Dallas, 1971-72, 1976, 1978-79

5 Preston Pearson, Baltimore, 1969; Pittsburgh, 1975;

Dallas 1976, 1978-79

5 Charlie Waters, Dallas, 1971-72, 1976, 1978-79

5 Rayfield Wright, Dallas, 1971-72, 1976, 1978-79

5 Cornelius Bennett, Buffalo, 1991-94: Atlanta, 1999

5 John Elway, Denver, 1987-88, 1990, 1998-99

5 Glenn Parker, Buffalo 1991-94; N.Y. Giants, 2001

4 By many players

Most games, winning team

5 Charles Haley, San Francisco, 1989-90; Dallas, 1993-94,

1996

4 By many players

Most games, coach, career

6 Don Shula, Baltimore, 1969; Miami, 1972-74, 1983, 1985

5 Tom Landry, Dallas, 1971-72, 1976, 1978-79

4 Bud Grant, Minnesota, 1970, 1974-75, 1977

4 Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh, 1975-76, 1979-80

4 Joe Gibbs, Washington, 1983-84, 1988, 1992

4 Mary Levy, Buffalo, 1991-94

4 Dan Reeves, Denver, 1987-88, 1990; Atlanta, 1999

Most games, winning team, coach

4 Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh, 1975-76, 1979-80

3 Bill Walsh, San Francisco, 1982, 1985, 1989

3 Joe Gibbs, Washington, 1983, 1988, 1992

2 Vince Lombardi, Green Bay. 1967-68

2 Tom Landry, Dallas, 1972, 1978

2 Don Shula, Miami, 1973-74

2 Tom Flores, Oakland, 1981; L.A. Raiders, 1984

2 Bill Parcells, N.Y. Giants, 1987, 1991

2 Jimmy Johnson, Dallas, 1993-94

2 George Seifert, San Francisco, 1990, 1995

2 Mike Shanahan, Denver, 1998-99

Most games, losing team, coach

4 Bud Grant, Minnesota, 1970, 1974-75, 1977

4 Don Shula, Baltimore, 1969; Miami, 1972, 1983, 1985

4 Mary Levy, Buffalo, 199t-94

4 Dan Reeves, Denver, 1987-88, 1990; Atlanta, 1999

3 Tom Landry, Dallas, 1971, 1976, 1979

SCORING

Most points, career

42 Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 3 games (7 TDs)

30 Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 3 games (5 TDs)

24 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games (4 TDs)

24 Roger Craig, San Francisco, 3 games (4 TDs)

24 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, 4 games (4 TDs)

24 John Elway, Denver, 5 games (4 TDs)

Most points, game

18 Roger Craig, San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985 (3 TDs)

18 Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990 (3 TDs);

vs. San Diego, 1995 (3 TBs)

18 Ricky Watters, San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995 (3

TDs)

18 Terrell Davis, Denver vs. Green Bay, 1998 (3 TDs)

15 Don Chandler, Green Bay vs. Oakland, 1968 (3 PATs, 4

FGs)

14 Ray Wersching, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1982 (2

PATs, 4 FGs)

14 Kevin Butler, Chicago vs. New England, 1986 (5 PATs,

3 FGs)

SCORING: TOUCHDOWNS

Most touchdowns, career

7 Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 3 games (7 receiving)

5 Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 3 games (5 rushing)

4 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games (4 rushing)

4 Roger Craig, San Francisco, 3 games (2 rushing,

2 receiving)

4 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, 4 games (4 rushing)

4 John Elway, Denver, 5 games (4 rushing)

Most touchdowns, game

3 Roger Craig, San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985

(1 rushing, 2 receiving)

3 Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

(3 receiving)

3 Ricky Watters, San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995

(1 rushing, 2 receiving)

3 Terrell Davis, Denver vs. Green Bay, 1998 (3 rushing)

2 Max McGee, Green Bay vs. Kansas City, 1967

(2 receiving)

2 Elijah Pitts, Green Bay vs. Kansas City, 1967,

(2 rushing)

2 Bill Miller, Oakland vs. Green Bay, 1968 (2 receiving)

2 Larry Csonka, Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974 (2 rushing)

2 Pete Banaszak, Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977

(2 rushing)

2 John Stallworth, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1979

(2 receiving)

2 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles, 1980

(2 rushing)

2 Cliff Branch, Oakland vs. Philadelphia, 1981

(2 receiving)

2 Dan Ross, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1982

(2 receiving)

2 Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, 1984

(2 rushing)

2 Jim McMahon, Chicago vs. New England, 1986

(2 rushing)

2 Ricky Sanders, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

(2 receiving)

2 Timmy Smith, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

(2 rushing)

2 Tom Rathman, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

(2 rushing)

2 Gerald Riggs, Washington vs. Buffalo, 1992 (2 rushing)

2 Michael Irvin, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993, (2 receiving)

2 Emmitt Smith, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1994 (2 rushing)

2 Emmitt Smith, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1996 (2 rushing)

2 Antonio Freeman, Green Bay vs. Denver, 1998

(2 receiving)

2 Howard Griffith, Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999 (2 rushing)

2 Eddie George, Tennessee vs. St. Louis, 2000

(2 rushing)

SCORING: POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN

Most extra points, career

9 Mike Cofer, San Francisco, 2 games (10 attempts)

8 Don Chandler, Green Bay, 2 games (8 attempts)

8 Roy Gerela, Pittsburgh, 3 games (9 attempts)

8 Chris Bahr, Oakland-LA Raiders, 2 games (8

attempts)

8 Jason Elam, Denver, 2 games (8 attempts)

7 Ray Wersching, San Francisco, 2 games (7 attempts)

7 Lin Elliot, Dallas, 1 game (7 attempts)

7 Doug Brien, San Francisco, 1 game (7 attempts)

Most extra points, game

7 Make Cofer, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

(8 attempts)

7 Lin Elliot, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993 (7 attempts)

7 Doug Brien, San Francisco, 1995 (7 attempts)

6 Ali Haji-Sheikh, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

(6 attempts)

5 Don Chandler, Green Bay vs. Kansas City, 1967

(5 attempts)

5 Roy Gerela, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1979 (5 attempts)

5 Chris Bahr, L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, 1984

(5 attempts)

5 Ray Wersching, San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985

(5 attempts)

5 Kevin Butler, Chicago vs. New England, 1986

(5 attempts)

Most two-point conversions, game

1 Mark Seay, San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995

1 Alfred Pupunu, San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995

1 Mark Chmura, Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

SCORING: FIELD GOALS

Most field goals attempted, career

6 Jim Turner, N.Y. Jets-Denver, 2 games

6 Roy Gerela, Pittsburgh, 3 games

6 Rich Karlis, Denver, 2 games

6 Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis, 2 games

5 Efren Herrera, Dallas, 1 game

5 Ray Wersching, San Francisco, 2 games

5 Jason Elam, Denver, 2 games

Most field goals attempted, game

5 Jim Turner, N.Y. Jets vs. Baltimore, 1969

5 Efren Herrera, Dallas vs. Denver, 1978

4 Don Chandler, Green Bay vs. Oakland, 1968

4 Roy Gerela, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1976

4 Ray Wersching, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1982

4 Rich Karlis, Denver vs. N.Y. Giants, 1987

4 Mike Cofer, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

4 Jason Elam, Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

4 Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

Most field goals, career

5 Ray Wersching, San Francisco, 2 games (5 attempts)

4 Don Chandler, Green Bay, 2 games (4 attempts)

4 Jim Turner, N.Y. Jets-Denver, 2 games (6 attempts)

4 Uwe von Schamann, Miami, 2 games (4 attempts)

4 Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis, 2 games (6 attempts)

3 Mike Clark, Dallas, 2 games (3 attempts)

3 Jan Stenerud, Kansas City, 1 game (3 attempts)

3 Chris Bahr, Oakland-L.A. Raiders, 2 games

(4 attempts)

3 Mark Moseley, Washington, 2 games (4 attempts)

3 Kevin Butler, Chicago, 1 games (3 attempts)

3 Rich Karlis. Denver, 2 games (6 attempts)

3 Jim Breech, Cincinnati, 2 games (3 attempts)

3 Matt Bahr, Pittsburgh-N.Y. Giants, 2 games (3

attempts)

3 Chip Lohmiller, Washington, 1 game (3 attempts)

3 Steve Christie, Buffalo, 2 games (3 attempts)

3 Eddie Murray, Dallas, 1 game (3 attempts)

3 Jason Elam, Denver, 2 games (5 attempts)

Most field goals, game

4 Don Chandler, Green Bay vs. Oakland, 1968

4 Ray Wersching, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1982

3 Jim Turner, N.Y. Jets vs. Baltimore, 1969

3 Jan Stenerud, Kansas City vs. Minnesota, 1970

3 Uwe von Schamann, Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

3 Kevin Butler, Chicago vs. New England, 1986

3 Jim Breech, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1989

3 Chip Lohmiller, Washington vs. Buffalo, 1992

3 Eddie Murray, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1994

3 Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

Longest field goal

54 Steve Christie, Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1994

51 Jason Elam, Denver vs. Green Bay, 1998

50 Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis vs. New England, 2002

SCORING: SAFETIES

Most safeties, game

1 Dwight White, Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, 1975

1 Reggie Harrison, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1976

1 Henry Waechter, Chicago vs. New England, 1986

1 George Martin, N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, 1987

1 Bruce Smith, Buffalo vs. NY. Giants, 1991

RUSHING

Most attempts, cereer

101 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games

70 Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 3 games

64 John Riggins, Washington, 2 games

Most attempts, game

38 John Riggins, Washington vs. Miami, 1983

34 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, 1975

33 Larry Csonka, Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

RUSHING: YARDS GAINED

Most yards gained, career

354 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games

297 Larry Csonka, Miami, 3 games

289 Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 3 games

Most yards gained, game

204 Timmy Smith, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

191 Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, 1984

166 John Riggins, Washington vs. Miami, 1983

Longest run from scrimmage

74 Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, 1984 (TD)

58 Tom Matte, Baltimore vs. N.Y. Jets, t969

58 Timmy Smith, Washington vs. Denver, 1988 (TD)

49 Larry Csonka, Miami vs. Washington, 1973

RUSHING: AVERARE GAIN

Highest average gain, career (min. 20 attempts)

9.6 Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders, 1 game (20-191)

9.3 Timmy Smith, Washington, 1 game (22-204)

5.3 Walt Garrison, Dallas, 2 games (26-139)

Highest average gain, game (min. 10 attempts)

10.5 Tom Matte, Baltimore vs. N.Y. Jets, 1969 (11-116)

9.6 Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, 1984 (20-191)

9.3 Timmy Smith, Washington vs. Denver, 1988 (22-204)

RUSHING: TOUCHDOWNS

Most touchdowns, career

5 Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 3 games

4 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games

4 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, 4 games

4 John Etway, Denver, 5 games

3 Terrell Davis, Denver, 2 games

Most touchdown, game

3 Terrell Davis, Denver vs. Green Bay, 1998

2 Elijah Pitts, Green Bay vs. Kansas City, 1967

2 Larry Csonka, Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

2 Pete Banaszak, Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977

2 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles, 1980

2 Marcus Allen, L.A Raiders vs. Washington, 1984

2 Jim McMahon, Chicago vs. New England, 1986

2 Timmy Smith, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

2 Tom Rathman, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

2 Gerald Riggs, Washington vs. Buffalo, 1992

2 Emmitt Smith, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1994

2 Emmitt Smith, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1996

2 Howard Griffith, Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

2 Eddie George, Tennessee vs. St. Louis, 2000

PASSING

Highest passer rating, career (min. 40 attempts)

127.8 Joe Montana, San Francisco, 4 games

122.8 Jim Plunkett, Oakland-LA. Raiders, 2 games

112.8 Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh, 4 games

PASSING: ATTEMPTS

Most passes attempted, career

152 John Elway, Denver, 5 games

145 Jim Kelly, Buffalo, 4 games

122 Joe Montana, San Francisco, 4 games

Most passes attempted, game

58 Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992

50 Dan Marino, Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

50 Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1994

49 Stan Humphries, San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995

49 Neil O’Donnell, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1996

PASSING: COMPLETIONS

Most passes completed career

83 Joe Montana, San Francisco, 4 games

81 Jim Kelly, Buffalo, 4 games

76 John Elway, Denver, 5 games

Mast passes completed, game

31 Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1994

29 Dan Marino, Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

28 Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992

28 Neil O’Donnell, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1996

28 Kurt Warner, St. Louis vs. New England, 2002

Most consecutive completions, game

13 Joe Montana, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

10 Phil Simms, N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, 1987

10 Troy Aikman, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1996

9 Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1994

9 Neil O’Donnell, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1996

9 Steve McNair, Tennessee vs. St. Louis, 2000

PASSING: COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

Highest completion percentage, career (min. 40 attempts)

70.0 Troy Aikman, Dallas, 3 games (80 attempts,

56 completions)

68.0 Joe Montana, San Francisco, 4 games (122-83)

63.6 Len Dawson, Kansas City, 2 games (44-28)

Highest completion percentage, game (min. 20 attempts)

88.0 Phil Simms, N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, 1987 (25-22)

75.9 Joe Montana, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990 (29-22)

73.5 Ken Anderson, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1982

(34-25)

PASSING: YARDS GAINED

Most yards gained, career

1,142 Joe Montana, San Francisco, 4 games

1,128 John Elway, Denver, 5 games

932 Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh, 4 games

Most yards gained, game

414 Kurt Warner, St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

365 Kurt Warner, St. Louis vs. New England, 2002

357 Joe Montana, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

Longest pass completion

81 Brett Favre (to Freeman), Green Bay vs. New England,

1997 (TD)

80 Jim Plunkett (to King), Oakland vs. Philadelphia,

1981 (TD)

80 Doug Williams (to Sanders), Washington vs. Denver,

1988 (TD)

80 John Elway (to R. Smith), Denver vs. Atlanta,

1999 (TD)

76 David Woodley (to Cefalo), Miami vs. Washington,

1983 (TD)

PASSING: AVERAGE GAIN

Highest average gain, career (min. 40 attempts)

11.10 Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh, 4 games (84 completions,

932 yards)

9.62 Bart Starr, Green Bay, 2 games (47-452)

9.41 Jim Plunkett, Oakland-LA. Raiders, 2 games (46-433)

Highest average gain, game (min. 20 attempts)

14.71 Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles, 1980

(21-309)

12.80 Jim McMahon, Chicago vs. New England, 1986

(20-256)

12.43 Jim Plunkett, Oakland vs. Philadelphia, 1981 (21-261)

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

Most touchdown passes, career

11 Joe Montana, San Francisco, 4 games

9 Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh, 4 games

8 Roger Staubach, Dallas, 4 games

Most touchdown passes, game

6 Steve Young, San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995

5 Joe Montana, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

4 Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1979

4 Doug Williams, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

4 Troy Aikman, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993

PASSING: HAD INTERCEPTED

Lowest percentage, passes had intercepted, career

(min. 40 attempts)

0.00 Jim Plunkett, Oakland-LA. Raiders, 2 games (46

attempts, 0 INTs)

0.00 Joe Montana, San Francisco, 4 games (122-0)

0.00 Kurt Warner, St. Louis, 1 game (45-0)

1.25 Troy Aikman, Dallas, 3 games, (80-1)

1.45 Brett Favre, Green Bay. 2 games (69-1)

Most attempts without an interception, game

45 Kurt Warner, St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

36 Joe Montana, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

36 Steve Young, San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995

36 Steve McNair, Tennessee vs. St. Louis, 2000

35 Joe Montana, San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985

Most passes had intercepted, career

8 John Elway. Denver, 5 games

7 Craig Morton, Dallas-Denver, 2 games

7 Jim Kelly, Buffalo, 4 games

6 Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota, 3 games

Most passes had intercepted, game

4 Craig Morton, Denver vs. Dallas, 1978

4 Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992

4 Drew Bledsoe, New England vs. Green Bay, 1997

4 Kerry Collins, NY. Giants vs. Baltimore, 2001

3 By 10 players

PASS RECEIVING

Most receptions, career

28 Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 3 games

27 Andre Reed, Buffalo, 4 games

20 Roger Craig, San Francisco, 3 games

20 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, 4 games

Most receptions, game

11 Dan Ross, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1982

11 Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

10 Tony Nathan, Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

10 Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995

10 Andre Hastings, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1996

9 Ricky Sanders, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

9 Antonio Freeman, Green Bay vs. Denver, 1998

PASS RECEIVING: YARDS GAINED

Most yards gained, career

512 Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 3 games

364 Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh, 4 games

323 Andre Reed, Buffalo, 4 games

Most yards gained, game

215 Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

193 Ricky Sanders, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

162 Isaac Bruce, St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

Longest Reception

81 Antonio Freeman (from Favre), Green Bay vs. New

England, 1997 (TD)

80 Kenny King (from Plunkett), Oakland vs. Philadelphia,

1981 (TD)

80 Ricky Sanders (from Williams), Washington vs.

Denver, 1988 (TD)

80 Rod Smith (from Elway), Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

(TD)

76 Jimmy Cefalo (from Woodley), Miami vs. Washington,

1983 (TD)

PASS RECEIVING: AVERAGE GAIN

Highest average gain, career (min. 8 receptions)

24.4 John Stallworth, Pittsburgh, 4 games (11-268)

23.4 Ricky Sanders, Washington. 2 games (10-234)

22.8 Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh, 4 games (16-364)

Highest average gala, game (min. 3 receptions)

40.33 John Stallworth, Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles, 1980 (3-121)

40.25 Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1979 (4-161)

38.33 John Stallworth, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1979 (3-115)

PASS RECEIVING: TOUCHDOWNS

Most touchdowns, career

7 Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 3 games

3 John Stallworth, Pittsburgh, 4 games

3 Lynn Swarm, Pittsburgh, 4 games

3 Cliff Branch, Oakland-L.A. Raiders, 3 games

3 Antonio Freeman, Green Bay, 2 games

2 Max McGee, Green Bay, 2 games

2 Bill Miller, Oakland, 1 game

2 Butch Johnson, Dallas, 2 games

2 Dan Ross, Cincinnati, 1 game

2 Roger Craig, San Francisco, 3 games

2 Ricky Sanders, Washington, 2 games

2 John Taylor, San Francisco, 2 games

2 Gary Clark, Washington, 2 games

2 Don Beebe, Buffalo-Green Bay, 4 games

2 Michael Irvin, Dallas, 3 games

2 Ricky Watters, San Francisco, 1 game

2 Jay Novacek, Dallas, 3 games

Most touchdown, game

3 Jerry Rice. San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995; vs.

Denver, 1990

2 Max McGee, Green Bay vs. Kansas City, 1967

2 Bill Miller, Oakland vs. Green Bay, 1968

2 John Stallworth, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1979

2 Cliff Branch, Oakland vs. Philadelphia, 1981

2 Dan Ross, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1982

2 Roger Craig, San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985

2 Ricky Sanders, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

2 Michael Irvin, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993

2 Ricky Watters, San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995

2 Antonio Freeman, Green Bay vs. Denver, 1998

INTERCEPTIONS

Most interceptions, career

3 Chuck Howley, Dallas, 2 games

3 Rod Martin, Oakland-LA. Raiders, 2 games

3 Larry Brown, Dallas, 3 games

2 Randy Beverly, N.Y. Jets, 1 game

2 Jake Scott, Miami, 3 games

2 Mike Wagner, Pittsburgh, 3 games

2 Mel Blount, Pittsburgh, 4 games

2 Eric Wright, San Francisco, 4 games

2 Barry Milburn, Washington, 2 games

2 Brad Edwards, Washington, 1 game

2 Thomas Everett, Dallas, 3 games

2 James Washington, Dallas, 2 games

2 Darrien Gordon, San Diego-Denver, 3 games

Most interceptions, game

3 Rod Martin, Oakland vs. Philadelphia, 1981

2 Randy Beverly, N.Y. Jets vs. Baltimore, 1971

2 Chuck Howtey, Dallas vs. Baltimore, 1971

2 Jake Scott, Miami vs. Washington, 1973

2 Barry Milburn, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

2 Brad Edwards, Washington vs. Denver, 1992

2 Thomas Everett, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993

2 Larry Brown, Callas vs. Pittsburgh, 1996

2 Darrien Gordon, Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

INTERCEPTIONS: YARDS GAINED

Most yards gained, career

108 Darrien Gordon, San Diego-Denver, 3 games

77 Larry Brown, Dallas, 3 games

75 Willie Brown, Oakland, 2 games

Most yards gained, game

108 Darrien Gordon, Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

77 Larry Brown, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1996

75 Willie Brown, Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977

Longest return

75 Willie Brown, Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977 (TD)

60 Herb Adderley, Green Bay vs. Oakland, 1968 (TD)

58 Darrien Gordon, Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

INTERCEPTIONS: TOUCHDOWNS

Most touchdowns, game

1 Herb Adderley, Green Bay vs. Oakland, 1968

1 Willie Brown, Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977

1 Jack Squirek, L.A. Raiderts vs. Washington, 1984

1 Reggie Phillips, Chicago vs. New England, 1986

1 Duane Starks, Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants, 2001

1 Ty Law, New England vs. St. Louis, 2002

PUNTING

Most punts, game

17 Mike Eischeid, Oakland-Minnesota, 3 games

15 Larry Seiple, Miami, 3 games

15 Mike Horan, Denver, 3 games

14 Ron Widby, Dallas, 2 games

14 Ray Guy, Oakland-L.A. Raiders, 3 games

14 Chris Mohr, Buffalm 3 games

14 Craig Hentrich, Green Bay-Tennessee, 3 games

Most punts, career

11 Brad Maynard, N.Y. Giants vs. Baltimore, 2001

10 Kyle Richardson, Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants 2001

9 Ron Widby, Dallas vs. Baltimore, 1971

Longest punt

63 Lee Johnson, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1989

62 Rich Camarillo, New England vs. Chicago, 1986

61 Jerrel Wilson, Kansas City vs. Green Bay, 1967

PUNTING: AVERAGE YARDAGE

Highest average, career (min. 10 punts)

46.5 Jerrel Wilson, Kansas Gity, 2 games (11-1,51)

43.0 Kyle Richardson, Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants (10-430)

41.9 Ray Guy, Oakland-L.A. Raiders, 3 games (14-587)

Highest average, game (min. 4 punts)

48.8 Bryan Wagner, San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995

(four punts, 195 yards)

48.5 Jerrel Wilson, Kansas City vs. Minnesota, 1970

(4-194)

46.3 Jim Miller, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1982 (4-185)

PUNT RETURNS

Most punt returns, game

6 Willie Wood, Green Bay, 2 games

6 Jake Scott, Miami, 3 games

6 Theo Bell, Pittsburgh, 2 games

6 Mike Nelms, Washington, 1 game

6 John Taylor, San Francisco, 3 games

6 Desmond Howard, Green Bay, 1 game

6 Dave Meggett, New York-New England, 2 games

5 Dana McLemore, San Francisco, 1 game

4 By eight players

Most punt returns, game

6 Mike Nelms, Washington vs. Miami, 1983

6 Desmond Howard, Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

5 Willie Wood, Green Bay vs. Oakland, 1968

5 Dana McLemore, San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985

4 By seven players

Most fair catches, game

4 Jermaine Lewis, Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants, 2001

3 Ron Gardin, Baltimore vs. Dallas, 1971

3 Golden Richards, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1976

3 Greg Pruitt, L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, 1984

3 Al Edwards, Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, 1991

3 David Meggett, N.Y. Giants vs. Buffalo, 1991

PUNT RETURNS: YARDS GAINED

Most yards gained, career

94 John Taylor, San Francisco, 3 games

90 Desmond Howard, Green Bay, 1 game

67 Dave Meggett, New York-New England, 2 games

Most yards gained, game

90 Desmond Howard, Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

56 John Taylor, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

52 Mike Nelms, Washington vs. Miami, 1983

Longest return

45 John Taylor, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

34 Darrell Green, Washington vs. L.A. Raiders, 1984

34 Desmond Howard, Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

34 Jermaine Lewis, Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants, 2001

32 Desmond Howard, Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

PUNT RETURNS: AVERAGE YARDAGE

Highest average, career (min. 4 returns)

15.7 John Taylor, San Francisco, 2 games

(6 returns, 94 yards)

15.0 Desmond Howard, Green Bay, 1 game (6-90)

11.2 Dave Meggett, N.Y. Giants-New England, 2 games

(6-67)

Highest average, game (min. 3 returns)

18.7 John Taylor, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989 (3-56)

15.0 Desmond Howard, Green Bay vs. New England (6-90)

11.2 John Taylor, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990 (3-38)

KICKOFF RETURNS

Most kickoff returns, career

10 Ken Bell, Denver, 3 games

8 Larry Anderson, Pittsburgh, 2 games

8 Fulton Walker, Miami, 2 games

8 Andre Coleman, San Diego, 1 game

7 Preston Pearson, Baltimore-Pittsburgh-Dallas,

5 games

7 Stephen Starring, New England, 1 game

7 Dave Meggett, N.Y. Giants-New England, 2 games

Most kickoff returns, game

8 Andre Coleman, San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995

7 Stephen Starring, New England vs. Chicago, 1986

6 Darren Carrington, Denver vs. San Francisco, 1990

6 Antonio Freeman, Green Bay vs. Denver, 1998

6 Ron Dixon. N.Y. Giants vs. Baltimore, 2001

KICKOFF RETURNS: YARDS GAINED

Most yards gained, career

283 Fulton Walker, Miami, 2 games

244 Andre Coleman, San Diego, 1 game

210 Tim Dwight. Atlanta, 1 game

Most yards gained, game

244 Andre Coleman, San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995

210 Tim Dwight, Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

190 Fulton Walker, Miami vs. Washington, 1983

Longest Return

99 Desmond Howard. Green Bay vs. New England, 1997 (TD)

98 Fulton Walker, Miami vs. Washington, 1983 (TD)

98 Andre Coleman, San Diego vs. San Francisco,

1995 (TD)

97 Ron Dixon, N.Y. Giants vs. Baltimore, 2001 (TD)

KICKOFF RETURNS: AVERAGE YARDAGE

Highest average, career (min. 4 returns)

42.0 Tim Dwight, Atlanta, 1 game, (5 returns, 210 yards)

38.5 Desmond Howard, Green Bay, 1 game (4 returns,

154 yards)

35.4 Fulton Walker, Miami, 2 games (8-283)

Highest average, game (min. 3 returns)

47.5 Fulton Walker, Miami vs. Washington, 1983 (4-190)

(3 returns)

42.0 Tim Dwight, Atlanta vs. Denver, 1999 (5-210)

38.5 Desmond Howard, Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

(4-154)

KICKOFF RETURNS: TOUCHDOWNS

Most touchdowns, game

1 Fulton Walker, Miami vs. Washington, 1983

1 Stanford Jennings, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1989

1 Andre Coleman, San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995

1 Desmond Howard, Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

1 Tim Dwight, Atlanta vs. Denver, 1999

1 Ron Dixon, N.Y. Giants vs. Baltimore, 2001

1 Jermaine Lewis, Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants, 2001

FUMBLES

Most fumbles, career

5 Roger Staubach, Dallas, 4 games

4 Jim Kelly, Buffalo, 4 games

3 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games

3 Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh, 4 games

3 John Elway, Denver, 5 games

3 Frank Reich, Buffalo, 4 games

3 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, 4 games

Most fumbles, game

3 Roger Staubach, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1976

3 Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992

3 Frank Reich, Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1983

2 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, 1975

2 Butch Johnson, Dallas vs. Denver, 1978

2 Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1979

2 Joe Montana, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

2 John Elway, Denver vs. San Francisco, 1990

2 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1994

FUMBLES: RECOVERIES

Most fumbles, recovered, career

2 Jake Scott, Miami, 3 games (1 own, 1 opp.)

2 Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota, 3 games (2 own)

2 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games (2 own)

2 Roger Staubach, Dallas, 4 games (2 own)

2 Bobby Walden, Pittsburgh, 2 games (2 own)

2 John Fitzgerald, Dallas, 4 games (2 own)

2 Randy Hughes, Dallas, 3 games (2 opp.)

2 Butch Johnson, Dallas, 2 games (2 own)

2 Mike Singletary, Chicago, 1 game (2 opp.)

2 John Elway, Denver, 5 games (2 own)

2 Jimmie Jones, Dallas, 2 games (2 opp.)

2 Kenneth Davis, Buffalo, 4 games (2 own)

2 Kurt Warner, St. Louis, 2 games (2 own)

Most fumbles recovered, game

2 Jake Scott, Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974 (1 own, 1 opp.)

2 Roger Staubach, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1976 (2 own)

2 Randy Hughes, Dallas vs. Denver, 1978 (2 opp.)

2 Butch Johnson, Dallas vs. Denver, 1978 (2 own)

2 Mike Singletary, Chicago vs. New England, 1986 (2 opp.)

2 Jimmie Jones, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993 (2 opp.)

FUMBLES: YARDS GAINED

Most yards gained, game

64 Leon Lett, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993 (opp.)

49 Mike Bass, Washington vs. Miami, 1973 (opp.)

46 James Washington, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1994 (opp.)

Longest return

64 Leon Lett, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993

49 Mike Bass, Washington vs. Miami, 1973 (TD)

46 James Washington, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1994 (TD)

FUMBLES: TOUCHDOWNS

Most touchdowns, game

1 Mike Bass, Washington vs. Miami, 1973 (opp. 49 yds)

1 Mike Hegman, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1979 (opp. 37 yds)

1 Jimmie Jones, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993 (opp. 2 yds)

1 Ken Norton, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1994 (opp. 9 yds)

1 James Washington, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1994 (opp. 46

yds)

COMBINED NET YARDS GAINED

Most attempts, career

108 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games

81 Emmitt Smith, Dallas, 3 games

72 Roger Craig, San Francisco, 3 games

72 Thurman Thomas, Buffalo, 4 games

Most attempts, game

39 John Riggins, Washington vs. Miami, 1983

35 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, 1975

34 Matt Snell, N.Y. Jets vs. Baltimore, 1969

34 Emmitt Smith, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1994

Most yards gained, career

527 Jerry Rice, San Francisco, 3 games

468 Franco Harris, Pittsburgh, 4 games

410 Roger Craig, San Francisco, 3 games

Most yards gained, game

244 Desmond Howard, Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

244 Andre Coleman, San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995

235 Ricky Sanders, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

230 Antonio Freeman, Green Bay vs. Denver, 1998

SACKS

Most sacks, career

4.5 Charles Haley, San Francisco-Dallas, 5 games

3 Danny Stubbs, San Francisco, 2 games

3 Leonard Marshall, N.Y. Giants, 2 games

3 Jeff Wright, Buffalo, 4 games

3 Reggie White, Green Bay, 1 game

2.5 Dexter Manley, Washington, 3 games

Most sacks, game

3 Reggie White, Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

2 Dwaine Board, San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985

2 Dennis Owens, New England vs. Chicago

2 Otis Wilson, Chicago vs. New England, 1986

2 Leonard Marshall, N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, 1987

2 Alvin Walton, Washington vs. Denver, 1988

2 Charles Haley, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

2 Danny Stubbs, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

2 Jeff Wright, Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1994

2 Raylee Johnson, San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995

2 Chad Hennings, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1996

2 Tedy Bruschi, New England vs. Green Bay, 1997

2 Michael McCrary, Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants, 2001

TEAM RECORDS

GAMES, VICTORIES, DEFEATS

Most games

8 Dallas, 1971-72, 1976, 1978-79, 1993-94, 1996

6 Denver, 1978, 1987-88, 1990, 1998-99

5 Miami, 1972-74, 1983, 1985

5 Washington, 1973, 1983-84, 1988, 1992

5 San Francisco, 1982, 1985, 1989-90

5 Pittsburgh, 1975-76, 1979-80, 1996

Most consecutive games

4 Buffalo, 1991-94

3 Miami, 1972-74

2 Green Bay, 1967-68, 1997-98

2 Dallas, 1971-72, 1978-79, 1993-94

2 Minnesota, 1974-75

2 Pittsburgh 1975-76, 1979-80

2 Washington, 1983-84

2 Denver, 1987-88, 1998-99

2 San Francisco, 1989-90

Most games won

5 San Francisco, 1982, 1985, 1989-90, 1995

5 Dallas, 1972, 1978, 1993-94, 1996

4 Pittsburgh, 1975-76, 1979-80

3 Oakland/L.A. Raiders, 1977, 1981, 1984

3 Washington, 1983, 1988, 1992

3 Green Bay, 1967-68, 1997

Most consecutive games won

2 Green Bay, 1967-68

2 Miami, 1973-74

2 Pittsburgh, 1975-76, 1979-80

2 San Francisco, 1989-90

2 Dallas, 1993-94

2 Denver, 1998-99

Most games lost

4 Minnesota, 1970, 1974-75, 1977

4 Denver, 1978, 1987-88, 1990

4 Buffalo, 1991-94

3 Dallas, 1971, 1976, 1979

3 Miami, 1972, 1983, 1985

2 Washington, 1973, 1984

2 Cincinnati, 1982, 1989

2 New England, 1986, 1997

2 L.A./St. Louis Rams, 1980, 2002

Most consecutive games lost

4 Buffalo, 1991-94

2 Minnesota, 1974-75

2 Denver, 1987-88

SCORING

Most points, game

55 San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

52 Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993

49 San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995

Fewer points, game

3 Miami vs. Dallas, 1972

6 Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, 1975

7 By five teams

Most points, both teams, game

75 San Francisco (49) vs. San Diego (26), 1995

69 Dallas (52) vs. Buffalo (17), 1993

66 Pittsburgh (35) vs. Dallas (31), 1979

Fewest points, both teams, game

21 Washington (7) vs. Miami (14), 1973

22 Minnesota (6) vs. Pittsburgh (16), 1975

23 Baltimore (7) vs. N.Y. Jets (16), 1969

Largest margin of victory, game

45 San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990 (55-10)

36 Chicago vs. New England, 1986 (46-10)

35 Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993 (52-17)

Most points, half

1st: 35 Washington vs. Denver, 1988

2nd: 30 N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, 1987

Most points, each quarter

1st: 14 Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

14 Oakland vs. Philadelphia, 1981

14 Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993

14 San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995

14 New England vs. Green Bay, 1997

2nd: 35 Washington vs. Denver, 1988

3rd: 21 Chicago vs. New England, 1986

4th: 21 Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993

Most points, both teams, each half

1st: 45 Washington (35) vs. Denver (10), 1988

2nd: 44 Buffalo (24) vs. Washington (20), 1992

Fewest points, both teams, each half

1st: 2 Minnesota (0) vs. Pittsburgh (2), 1975

2nd: 7 Miami (0) vs. Washington (7), 1973

7 Denver (0) vs. Washington (7), 1988

Most points, both teams, each quarter

1st: 24 New England (14) vs. Green Bay (10), 1997

2nd: 35 Washington (35) vs. Denver (0), 1988

3rd: 24 Washington (14) vs. Buffalo (10), 1992

4th: 30 Denver (17) vs. Atlanta (13), 1999

SCORING TOUCHDOWNS

Most touchdowns, game

8 San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

7 Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993

7 San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995

6 Washington vs. Denver, 1988

Fewest touchdowns, game

0 Miami vs. Dallas, 1972

1 By 18 teams

Most touchdowns, both teams, game

10 San Francisco (7) vs. San Diego (3). 1995

9 Pittsburgh (5) vs. Dallas (4), 1979

9 San Francisco (8) vs. Denver (1), 1990

9 Dallas (7) vs. Buffalo (2), 1993

7 NY. Giants (5) vs. Denver (2), 1991

7 Washington (6) vs. Denver (1), 1988

7 Washington (4) vs. Buffalo (3), 1992

7 Green Bay (4) vs. New England (3), 1997

7 Denver (4) vs. Green Bay (3), 1998

Fewest touchdowns, both teams game

2 Baltimore (1) vs. NY. Jets (1), 1969

3 In six games

SCORING: POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN

Most extra points, game

7 San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

7 Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993

7 San Francisco vs. San Diego t995

6 Washington vs. Denver, 1988

5 Green Bay vs. Kansas City, 1967

5 Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1979

5 L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, 1984

5 San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985

5 Chicago vs. New England, 1986

Most extra points, both teams, game

9 Pittsburgh (5) vs. Dallas (4), 1979

9 Dallas (7) vs. Buffalo (2), 1993

8 San Francisco (7) vs. Denver (1), 1990

8 San Francisco (7) vs. San Diego (1), 1995

7 Washington (6) vs. Denver (1), 1988

7 Washington (4) vs. Buffalo (3), 1992

7 Denver (4) vs. Green Bay (3), 1998

Fewest extra points, both teams, game

2 Baltimore (1) vs. N.Y. Jets (1), 1969

2 Baltimore (1) vs. Dallas (1), 1971

2 Minnesota (0) vs. Pittsburgh (2), 1975

Most two-point conversions, both teams

2 San Diego (2) vs. San Francisco (0), 1995

SCORING: FIELD GOALS

Most field goals attempted, game

5 N.Y. Jets vs. Baltimore, 1969

5 Dallas vs. Denver, 1978

4 Green Bay vs. Oakland, 1968

4 Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1976

4 San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1982, 1989

4 Denver vs. N.Y. Giants, 1987

4 Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

4 St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

Most field goals attempted, both teams, game

7 N.Y. Jets (5) vs. Baltimore (2), 1969

7 San Francisco (4) vs. Cincinnati (3), 1989

7 Denver (4) vs. Atlanta (3), 1999

7 St. Louis (4) vs. Tennessee (3), 2000

6 Dallas (5) vs. Denver (1), 1978

5 Green Bay (4) vs. Oakland (1), 1968

5 Pittsburgh (4) vs. Dallas (1), 1976

5 Oakland (3) vs. Philadelphia (2), 1981

5 Denver (4) vs. N.Y. Giants (1), 1987

5 Dallas (3) vs. Buffalo (2), 1994

Fewest field goals attempted, both teams, game

1 Minnesota (0) vs. Miami (1), 1974

1 San Francisco (0) vs. Denver (1), 1990

2 Green Bay (0) vs. Kansas City (2), 1967

2 Miami (1) vs. Washington (1), 1973

2 Dallas (1) vs. Pittsburgh (1), 1979

2 Dallas (1) vs. Buffalo (1), 1993

2 San Diego (1) vs. San Francisco (1), 1995

1 Denver (1) vs. Green Bay (1), 1998

Most field goals, game

4 Green Bay vs. Oakland, 1968

4 San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1982

3 N Y Jets vs. Baltimore, 1969

3 Kansas City vs. Minnesota, 1970

3 Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

3 Chicago vs. New England, 1986

3 Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1989

3 Washington vs. Buffalo, 1992

3 Datias vs. Buffalo, 1994

3 St Louis vs.. Tennessee, 2000

Most field goals, both teams, game

5 Cincinnati (3) vs. San Francisco (2), 1989

5 Dallas (3) vs. Buffalo (2), 1994

4 Green Bay (4) vs. Oakland (0), 1968

4 San Francisco (4) vs. Cincinnati (0), 1982

4 Miami (3) vs. San Francisco (1), 1985

4 Chicago (3) vs. New England (1), 1986

4 Washington (3) vs. Buffalo (1), 1992

4 Atlanta (2) vs. Denver (2), 1999

4 St. Louis (3) vs. Tennessee (1) 2000

3 In 12 games

Fewest field goals, both teams, game

0 Miami vs. Washington, 1973

0 Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, 1975

1 Green Bay (0) vs. Kansas City (1), 1967

1 Minnesota (0) vs. Miami (1), 1974

1 Pittsburgh (0) vs. Dallas (1), 1979

1 Washington (0) vs. Denver (1), 1988

1 San Francisco (0) vs. Denver (1), 1990

1 San Francisco (0) vs. San Diego (1), 1995

SCORING: SAFETIES

Most safeties, game

1 Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, 1975; vs. Dallas, 1976

1 Chicago vs. New England, 1986

1 N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, 1987

1 Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, 1991

FIRST DOWNS

Most first downs, game

31 San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985

28 San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

28 San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995

27 Tennessee vs. St. Louis, 2000

Fewest first downs, game

9 Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, 1975

9 Miami vs. Washington, 1983

10 Dallas vs. Baltimore, 1971

10 Miami vs. Dallas, 1972

11 Denver vs. Dallas, 1978

11 N.Y. Giants vs Baltimore, 2001

Most first downs, both teams, game

50 San Francisco (31) vs. Miami (19), 1985

50 Tennessee (27) vs. Str Louis (23), 2000

49 Buffalo (25) vs. Washington (24), 1992

48 San Francisco (28) vs. San Diego (20), 1995

Fewest first downs, both teams, game

24 Dallas (10) vs. Baltimore (14), 1971

24 N.Y. Giants (11) vs. Baltimore (13), 2001

26 Minnesota (9) vs. Pittsburgh (17), 1975

27 Pittsburgh (13) vs. Dallas (14), 1976

FIRST DOWNS: RUSHING

Most first downs, game

16 San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985

15 Dallas vs. Miami, 1972

14 Washington vs. Miami, 1983

14 San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

14 Denver vs. Green Bay, 1998

Fewest first downs, game

1 New England vs. Chicago, 1986

1 St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

2 Minnesota vs. Kansas City, 1970; vs. Pittsburgh, 1975;

vs. Oakland, 1977

2 Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1979

2 Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

2 N.Y. Giants vs. Baltimore, 2001

3 Miami vs. Dallas, 1972

3 Philadelphia vs. Oakland, 1981

3 New England vs. Green Bay, 1997

Most first downs, both teams, game

21 Washington (14) vs. Miami (7), 1983

19 Washington (13) vs. Denver (6), 1988

19 San Francisco (14) vs. Denver (5), 1990

18 Dallas (15) vs. Miami (3), 1972

18 Miami (13) vs. Minnesota (5), 1974

18 San Francisco (16) vs. Miami (2), 1985

18 N.Y. Giants (10) vs. Buffalo (8), 1991

18 Denver (14) vs. Green Bay (4), 1998

Fewest first downs, both teams, game

8 Baltimore (4) vs. Dallas (4), 1971

8 Pittsburgh (2) vs. Dallas (6), 1979

8 N.Y. Giants (2) vs. Baltimore (6), 2001

9 Philadelphia (3) vs. Oakland (6), 1981

10 Minnesota (2) vs. Kansas City (8), 1970

FIRST DOWNS: PASSING

Most first downs, game

18 Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992

18 St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

17 Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

17 San Francisco vs. San Diego, t995

16 Denver vs. N.Y. Giants, 1987

16 San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

16 St. Louis vs. New England, 2002

Fewest first downs, game

1 Denver vs. Dallas, 1978

2 Miami vs. Washington, 1983

4 Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

Most first downs, both teams, game

32 Miami (17) vs. San Francisco (15), 1985

31 San Francisco (17) vs. San Diego (14), 1995

31 St. Louis (18) vs. Tennessee (13), 2000

30 Buffalo (18) vs. Washington (12), 1992

Fewest first downs, both teams, game

9 Denver (1) vs. Dallas (8), 1978

10 Minnesota (5) vs. Pittsburgh (5), 1975

11 Dallas (5) vs. Baltimore (6), 1971

11 Miami (2) vs. Washington (9), 1993

FIRST DOWNS: PENALTY

Most first downs, game

4 Baltimore vs. Dallas, 1971

4 Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

4 Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1982

4 Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1993

4 St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

3 Kansas City vs. Minnesota, 1970

3 Minnesota vs. Oakland, 1977

3 Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992

3 Green Bay vs. Denver, 1998

3 N.Y. Giants vs. Baltimore, 2001

3 St. Louis vs. New England, 2002

Most first downs, both teams, game

6 Cincinnati (4) vs. San Francisco (2), 1982

6 St. Louis (4) vs. Tennessee (2), 2000

5 Baltimore (4) vs. Dallas (1), 1971

5 Miami (4) vs. Minnesota (1), 1974

5 Buffalo (3) vs. Washington (2), 1992

5 Green Bay (3) vs. Denver (2), 1998

4 Kansas City (3) vs. Minnesota (1), 1970

4 Buffalo (4) vs. Dallas (0), 1993

4 N.Y. Giants (3) vs. Baltimore (1), 2001

4 St. Louis (3) vs. New England (1), 2002

Fewest first downs, both teams, game

0 Dallas vs. Miami, 1972

0 Miami vs. Washington, 1973

0 Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1976

0 Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

1 Green Bay (0) vs. Kansas City (1), 1967

1 Miami (0) vs. Washington (1), 1983

1 Cincinnati (0) vs. San Francisco (1), 1989

1 San Francisco (0) vs. Denver (1), 1990

1 Dallas (0) vs. Buffalo (1), 1994

1 Dallas (0) vs. Pittsburgh (1), 1996

1 Denver (0) vs. Atlanta (1), 1999

NET YARDS GAINED

RUSHING AND PASSING

Most yards gained, game

602 Washington vs. Denver, 1988

537 San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985

461 San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

Fewest yards gained, game

119 Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, 1975

123 New England vs. Chicago, 1986

152 N.Y. Ginats vs. Baltimore, 2001

Most yards gained, both teams, game

929 Washington (602) vs. Denver (327), 1988

851 San Francisco (537) vs. Miami (314), 1985

809 San Francisco (455) vs. San Diego (354), 1995

Fewest yards gained, both teams, game

396 N.Y. Giants (152) vs. Baltimore (244), 2001

452 Minnesota (119) vs. Pittsburgh (333), 1975

481 Washington (228) vs. Miami (253), 1973

481 Denver (156) vs. Dallas (325), 1978

RUSHING

Most attempts, game

57 Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, 1975

53 Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

52 Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977

52 Washington vs. Miami, 1983

Fewest attempts, game

9 Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

11 New England vs. Chicago, 1986

13 New England vs. Green Bay, 1997

13 St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

Most attempts, both teams, game

81 Washington (52) vs. Miami (29), 1983

78 Pittsburgh (57) vs. Minnesota (21), 1975

78 Oakland (52) vs. Minnesota (26), 1977

77 Miami (53) vs. Minnesota (24), 1974

77 Pittsburgh (46) vs. Dallas (31), 1976

Fewest attempts, both teams, game

47 St. Louis (22) vs. New England (25), 2002

49 Miami (9) vs. San Francisco (40), 1985

49 New England (13) vs. Green Bay (36), 1997

49 St. Louis (13) vs. Tennessee (36), 2000

49 N.Y. Giants (16) vs. Baltimore (33), 2001

51 San Diego (19) vs. San Francisco (32), 1995

RUSHING: YARDS GAINED

Most yards gained, game

280 Washington vs. Denver, 1988

276 Washington vs. Miami, 1983

266 Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977

Fewest yards gained, game

7 New England vs. Chicago, 1986

17 Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, 1975

25 Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

Most yards gained, both team, game

377 Washington (280) vs. Denver (97), 1988

372 Washington (276) vs. Miami (96), 1983

338 N.Y. Giants (172) vs. Buffalo (166), 1991

Fewest yards gained, both teams, game

158 New England (43) vs. Green Bay (115), 1997

159 Dallas (56) vs. Pittsburgh (103), 1996

168 Buffalo (43) vs. Washington (125), 1992

RUSHING: AVERAGE GAIN

Highest average gain, game

7.00 L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, 1984 (33-231)

7.00 Washington vs. Denver, 1988 (40-280)

6.64 Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, 1991 (25-166)

6.22 Baltimore vs. N.Y. Jets, 1969 (23-143)

Lowest average gain, game

0.64 New England vs. Chicago, 1986 (11-7)

0.81 Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, 1975 (21-17)

2.23 Baltimore vs. Dallas, 1971 (31-69)

RUSHING: TOUCHDOWNS

Most touchdowns, game

4 Chicago vs. New England, 1986

4 Denver vs. Green Bay, 1998

3 Green Bay vs. Kansas City, 1967

3 Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

3 San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

3 Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

2 Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977

2 Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles, 1980

2 L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, 1984

2 San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985

2 N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, 1987

2 Washington vs. Denver, 1988; vs. Buffalo, 1992

2 Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, 1991

2 Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1996

2 Tennessee vs. St. Louis, 2000

Fewest touchdowns, game

0 By 23 teams

Most touchdowns, both teams, game

4 Miami (3) vs. Minnesota (1), 1974

4 Chicago (4) vs. New England (0), 1986

4 San Francisco (3) vs. Denver (1), 1990

4 Denver (4) vs. Green Bay (0), 1998

3 In nine games

Fewest touchdowns, both teams, game

0 Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1976

0 Oakland vs. Philadelphia, 1981

0 Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1989

1 In nine games

PASSING

Most passes attempted, game

59 Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992

55 San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995

50 Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

50 Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1994

Fewest passes attempted, game

7 Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

11 Miami vs. Washington, 1973

14 Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, 1975

Most passes attempted, both teams, game

93 San Diego (55) vs. San Francisco (38), 1995

92 Buffalo (59) vs. Washington (33), 1992

85 Miami (50) vs. San Francisco (35), 1985

Fewest passes attempted, beth teams, game

35 Miami (7) vs. Minnesota (28), 1974

39 Miami (11) vs. Washington (28), 1973

40 Pittsburgh (14) vs. Minnesota (26), 1975

40 Miami (17) vs. Washington (23), 1983

PASSING: COMPLETIONS

Most passes completed, game

31 Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1994

29 Miami vs. San Francisco, 1985

29 Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992

28 Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1996

28 St. Louis vs. New England, 2002

Fewest passes completed, game

4 Miami vs Washington, 1983

6 Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

8 Miami vs. Washington, 1973

8 Denver vs. Dallas, 1978

Most passes completed, both teams, game

53 Miami (29) vs. San Francisco (24), 1985

52 San Diego (27) vs. San Francisco (25), 1995

50 Buffalo (31) vs. Dallas (19), 1994

Fewest passes completed, both teams, game

19 Miami (4) vs. Washington (15), 1983

20 Pittsburgh (9) vs. Minnesota (11), 1975

22 Miami (8) vs. Washington (14), 1973

PASSING: COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

Highest completion percentage, game (min. 20 attempts)

88.0 N.Y. Games vs. Denver, 1987 (25-22)

75.0 San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990 (32-24)

73.5 Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1982 (34-25)

Lowest completion percentage, game (min. 20 attempts)

32.0 Denver vs. Dallas, 1978 (25-8)

37.9 Denver vs. San Francisco, 1990 (29-11)

38.5 Denver vs. Washington, 1988 (39-15)

38.5 N.Y Giants vs. Baltimore, 2001 (39-15)

PASSING: YARDS GAINED

Most yards gained, game

407 St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

341 San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

337 St. Louis vs. New England, 2002

Fewest yards gained, game

35 Denver vs. Dallas, 1978

63 Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

69 Miami vs. Washington, 1973

Most yards gained, both teams, game

615 San Francisco (326) vs. Miami (289), 1985

615 St. Louis (407) vs. Tennessee (208), 2000

603 San Francisco (316) vs. San Diego (287), 1995

583 Denver (320) vs. N.Y. Giants (263), 1987

Fewest yards gained, both teams, game

156 Miami (69) vs. Washington (87), 1973

186 Pittsburgh (84) vs. Minnesota (102), 1975

204 Miami (80) vs. Washington (124), 1983

PASSING: TIMES SACKED

Most times sacked, game

7 Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1976

7 New England vs. Chicago, 1986

6 Kansas City vs. Green Gay, 1967

6 Washington vs. L.A. Raiders, 1984

6 Denver vs. San Francisco, 1990

5 Dallas vs. Denver, 1978; vs. Pittsburgh, 1979

5 Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1982; 1989

5 Denver vs. Washington, 1988

5 Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992

5 Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

5 New England vs. Green Bay, 1997

Fewest times sacked, game

0 Baltimore vs. N.Y. Jets, 1969; Dallas, 1971

0 Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, 1975

0 Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles, 1980

0 Philadelphia vs. Oakland, 1981

0 Washington vs. Buffalo, 1992

0 Denver vs. Green Bay, 1998

0 Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

1 By 13 teams

Most times sacked, both teams, game

10 New England (7) vs. Chicago (3), 1986

10 Green Bay (5) vs. New England (5), 1997

9 Kansas City (6) vs. Green Bay (3), 1967

9 Dallas (7) vs. Pittsburgh (2), 1976

9 Dallas (5) vs. Denver (4), 1978

9 Dallas (5) vs. Pittsburgh (4), 1979

9 Cincinnati (5) vs. San Francisco (4), 1989

8 Washington (6) vs. L.A. Raiders (2), 1984

Fewest times sacked, both teams, game

1 Philadelphia (0) vs. Oakland (1), 1981

1 Denver (0) vs. Green Bay (1), 1998

2 Baltimore (0) vs. N.Y. Jets (2), 1969

2 Baltimore (0) vs. Dallas (2), 1971

2 Minnesota (0) vs. Pittsburgh (2), 1975

2 Denver (0) vs. Atlanta (2), 1999

3 In five games

PASSING: TOUCHDOWNS

Most touchdowns, game

6 San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995

5 San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990

4 Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1979

4 Washington vs. Denver, 1988

4 Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993

Fewest touchdowns, game

0 By 19 teams

Most touchdowns, both teams, game

7 Pittsburgh (4) vs. Dallas (3), 1979

7 San Francisco (6) vs. San Diego (1), 1995

5 Washington (4) vs. Denver (1), 1988

5 San Francisco (5) vs. Denver (0), 1990

5 Dallas (4) vs. Buffalo (1), 1993

4 Dallas (2) vs. Pittsburgh (2), 1976

4 Oakland (3) vs. Philadelphia (1), 1981

4 San Francisco (3) vs. Miami (1), 1985

4 N.Y. Giants (3) vs. Denver (1), 1987

4 Washington (2) vs. Buffalo (2), 1992

4 Green Bay (2) vs. New England (2), 1997

Fewest touchdowns, both teams, game

0 N.Y. Jets vs. Baltimore, 1969

0 Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

0 Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1994

1 In seven games

INTERCEPTIONS BY

Most interceptions by, game

4 N.Y. Jets vs. Baltimore, 1969

4 Dallas vs. Denver, 1978

4 Washington vs. Buffalo, 1992

4 Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993

4 Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

4 Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants, 2001

3 By 12 teams

Most interceptions by, both teams, game

6 Baltimore (3) vs. Dallas (3), 1971

5 Washington (4) vs. Buffalo (1), 1992

4 In 10 games

Fewest interceptions by, both teams, game

0 Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, 1991

0 St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

1 Oakland (0) vs. Green Bay (1), 1968

1 Miami (0) vs. Dallas (1), 1972

1 Minnesota (0) vs. Miami (1), 1974

1 N.Y. Giants (0) vs. Denver (1), 1987

1 Cincinnati (0) vs. San Francisco (1), 1989

INTERCEPTIONS BY: YARDS GAINED

Most yards gained, team

136 Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

95 Miami vs. Washington, 1973

91 Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977

Most yards gained, both team, gained

137 Denver (136) vs. Atlanta (1), 1999

95 Miami (95) vs. Washington (0), 1973

91 Oakland (91) vs. Minnesota (0), 1977

INTERCEPTIONS BY: TOUCHDOWNS

Most touchdowns, game

1 Green Bay vs. Oakland, 1968

1 Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977

1 L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, 1984

1 Chicago vs. New England, 1986

1 Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants, 2001

1 New England vs. St. Louis, 2002

PUNTING

Most punts, game

11 N.Y. Giants vs. Baltimore, 2001

10 Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants, 2001

9 Dallas vs. Baltimore, 1971

Fewest punts, game

1 Atlanta vs. Denver, 1999

1 Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

2 Pittsburgh vs. L.A. Rams, 1980

2 Denver vs. N.Y. Giants, 1987

2 St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

3 By 11 teams

Most punts, both teams, game

21 N.Y. Giants (11) vs. Baltimore (10), 2001

15 Washington (8) vs. L.A. Raiders (7), 1984

15 New England (8) vs. Green Bay (7), 1997

13 Dallas (9) vs. Baltimore (4), 1971

13 Pittsburgh (7) vs. Minnesota (6), 1975

Fewest punts, both teams, game

2 Atlanta (1) vs. Denver (1), 1999

5 Denver (2) vs. N.Y. Giants (3), 1987

5 St. Louis (2) vs. Tennessee (3), 2000

6 Oakland (3) vs. Philadelphia (3), 1981

PUNTING: AVERAGE YARDAGE

Highest average, game (min. 4 punts)

48.75 San Diego vs. San Francisco, 1995

(4 punts, 195 yards)

48.50 Kansas City vs. Minnesota, 1970 (4-194)

46.25 San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1982 (4-185)

Lowest average, game (min. 4 punts)

31.20 Washington vs. Miami, 1973 (5-156)

32.38 Washington vs. L.A. Raiders, 1984 (8-259)

32.40 Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977 (5-162)

PUNT RETURNS

Most punt returns, game

6 Washington vs. Miami, 1983

6 Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

5 By six teams

Fewest punt returns, game

0 Minnesota vs. Miami, 1974

0 Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, 1991

0 Washington vs. Buffalo, 1992

0 Denver vs. Green Bay, 1998

0 Green Bay vs. Denver, 1998

0 Atlanta vs. Denver, 1999

0 Denver vs. Atlanta, 1999

1 By 17 teams

Most punt returns, both teams, game

10 Green Bay (6) vs. New England (4), 1997

9 Pittsburgh (5) vs. Minnesota (4), 1975

8 Green Bay (5) vs. Oakland (3), 1968

8 Baltimore (5) vs. Dallas (3), 1971

8 Washington (6) vs. Miami (2), 1983

8 N.Y. Giants (5) vs. Baltimore (3), 2001

Fewest punt returns, both teams, game

0 Denver vs. Green Bay, 1998

0 Atlanta vs. Denver, 1999

2 Dallas (1) vs. Miami (1), 1972

2 Denver (1) vs. N.Y. Giants (1), 1987

2 Buffalo (0) vs. N.Y. Giants (2), 1991

2 Buffalo (1) vs. Dallas (1), 1994

3 Kansas City (1) vs. Minnesota (2), 1970

3 Minnesota (0) vs. Miami (3), 1974

3 Washington (1) vs. Denver (2), 1988

3 Washington (0) vs. Buffalo (3), 1992

3 Dallas (1) vs. Pittsburgh (2), 1992

3 Tennessee (1) vs. St. Louis (2), 2000

PUNT RETURNS: YARDS GAINED

Most yards gained, game

90 Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

56 San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989

52 Washington vs. Miami, 1983

Fewest yards gained, game

-1 Dallas vs. Miami, 1972

-1 Tennessee vs. St. Louis, 2000

0 By 12 teams

Most yards gained, both teams, gained

120 Green Bay (90) vs. New England (30), 1997

80 N.Y. Giants (46) vs. Baltimore (34), 2001

74 Washington (52) vs. Miami (22), 1983

Fewest yards gained, both teams, gained

0 Denver vs. Green Bay, 1998

0 Atlanta vs. Denver, 1999

7 Tennessee (-1) vs. St. Louis (8), 2000

9 Washington (0) vs. Buffalo (9), 1992

TURNOVERS

Most turnovers, game

9 Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1993

8 Denver vs. Dallas, 1978

7 Baltimore vs. Dallas, 1971

Fewest turnovers, game

0 Green Bay vs. Oakland, 1968; vs. New England, 1997

0 Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974

0 Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, 1976

0 Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977; vs. Philadelphia, 1981

0 N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, 1987; vs. Buffalo, 1991

0 San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990; vs. San Diego, 1995

0 Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, 1991

0 Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1996

0 Green Bay vs. New England, 1997

0 St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

0 Tennessee vs. St. Louis, 2000

0 Baltimore vs. N.Y. Giants, 2001

0 New England vs. St. Louis, 2002

1 By many teams

Most turnovers, both teams, game

11 Baltimore (7) vs. Dallas (4), 1971

11 Buffalo (9) vs. Dallas (2), 1993

10 Denver (8) vs. Dallas (2), 1978

8 New England (6) vs. Chicago (2), 1986

Fewest turnovers, both teams, game

0 Buffalo vs. N.Y. Giants, 1991

0 St. Louis vs. Tennessee, 2000

1 N.Y. Giants (0) vs. Denver (1), 1987

2 Green Bay (1) vs. Kansas City (1), 1967

2 Miami (0) vs. Minnesota (2), 1974

2 Cincinnati (1) vs. San Francisco (1), 1989

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