GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -Records set or tied in the 2008 Super Bowl:
INDIVIDUAL
Career Records Set
Most completions - 100, Tom Brady, New England. Old record: Joe Montana, 83.
Game Records Tied
Receptions - 11 by Wes Welker, New England. Tied with Dan Ross, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1982; Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989; Deion Branch, New England vs. Philadelphia, 2005.
Most pass attempts without an interception - 48, Tom Brady, New England.
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TEAM
Game Records Set
Fewest rushing attempts, both teams - 42, New England (16), N.Y. Giants (26).
Fewest rushing yards, both teams - 136, New England (45), N.Y. Giants (91).
Game Records Tied
Fewest field goal attempts, both teams - 1, New England (0), N.Y. Giants (1).
Fewest touchdowns, rushing - 0, N.Y. Giants.
Fewest first downs, rushing, both teams - 7, New England (3), N.Y. Giants (4).
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MISCELLANY
Oldest player - 41 years, 333 days, Jeff Feagles, N.Y. Giants.
Most years between Super Bowl appearances - 13, Junior Seau, New England.
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