Super Bowl LII was a defense-optional shootout with scoring aplenty. Here's every record that was set.
A number of offensive records were set in the Eagles' 41-33 victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl LII, as both offenses moved the ball and scored virtually at will.
Here's a list of every record (team and individual) that was either set or tied in the shootout.
Records set and tied in Super Bowl LI
Most combined total yards - 1,151
Most passing yards in a postseason game - 505, Tom Brady
Most points scored by a losing team - 33, Patriots
Most total passing yards in a Super Bowl - 874
Most Super Bowl appearances by a quarterback - 8, Tom Brady
Most career touchdown passes in Super Bowls - 18, Tom Brady
Most passing attempts in a Super Bowl without an interception - 48, Tom Brady (ties his own record from 2008)
Playoff touchdowns for a QB/receiver duo - 12, Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski (ties Joe Montana and Jerry Rice)
First player to throw and catch a touchdown in the same Super Bowl - Nick Foles
First quarterback to catch a touchdown pass in the Super Bowl - Nick Foles
Most postseason passing yards in history - 10,226, Tom Brady
Most completions of 20+ yards in a single Super Bowl - Tom Brady
Longest field goal kicked by a rookie in a Super Bowl - 46 yards, Jake Elliott
Most Super Bowl appearances by a franchise - 10, Patriots
Most Super Bowl losses by a single franchise - 5, Patriots