Unbreakable Super Bowl Records
Outside of who is going to win the Big Game or who is going to win what prop bet, I am sure you will be looking for other Super Bowl conversation, right?!? Something that makes you sound knowledgeable to the people you are watching the game with besides the X's and O's of the game. Well, we have you here at ESPN 1170AM and Don't Hassle Us We're Local-- here are some conversations you can have about Super Bowl records. Those that will and will not be beat today...
SUPER BOWL RECORDS THAT WILL NOT BE BEAT AT SUPER BOWL LV...
GAME RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS IN A SUPER BOWL - 3 (Jerry Rice- TWICE- Super Bowl XXIV & XXIX)...
This will not be broken tonight. I don't think it will even be tied. Tyreek Hill will have a radar early on him if he even sniffs getting to 100 yards of the 269 yards he put on Tampa Bay in their early meeting this season. Tampa Bay has too many weapons and too many mouths to feed to get one receiver to 4 touchdown receptions.
GAME RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A SUPER BOWL - 38 (John Riggins- Super Bowl XVII)
There is absolutely no way that any running back will attempt 38 rushes in this game. I am not even going to break down the numbers for every eligible running back for Tampa Bay or Kansas City to persuade my case-- you can do it if you think that I am wrong.
GAME PASSES INTERCEPTED IN A SUPER BOWL - 5 (Rich Gannon- Super Bowl XXXVII)
I think both Brady and Mahomes are good for one INT for this game a piece. But there is no way one of them throws 5 or more. No way. We are talking about the GOAT and the KID (a kid is a baby GOAT).
On to the records that will be broke during Super Bowl LV...
SUPER BOWL RECORDS THAT WILL BE BEAT TODAY DURING SUPER BOWL LV
THE LOWEST ATTENDANCE IN SUPER BOWL HISTORY
Super Bowl I had 61,946 people in attendance. That is the lowest attendance of all time. Until today. Today there is expected to be anywhere from 22,000 to 26,000 in attendance. So, definitely, there will not be an attendance record broken.
AGE IS JUST A NUMBER
If Andy Reid guides Kansas City to another Super Bowl win, he will become the oldest coach to win back to back Super Bowl titles-- surpassing Vince Lombardi (54). If Bruce Arians leads Tampa Bay to victory, he will become the oldest head coach to win a Super Bowl.
If Tom Brady wins the Super Bowl, Brady would become the oldest human being on the planet to win a Super Bowl... breaking his own record that he set against the Rams at 41 years of age during Super Bowl 53's 13-3 victory. If Kansas City wins, Patrick Mahomes becomes the youngest two time Super Bowl winning quarterback in NFL history.
There you go. You can wow your friends while inhaling nachos about some odd Super Bowl records that will and will not be broken.
Enjoy your day!!!