The Philadelphia Eagles battled the New England Patriots in a Super Bowl that shattered the record books.
Both teams combined for over 1,100 yards of total offense, lighting up the box scores in ways no one ever could have imagined.
What makes this even more crazier is that Nick Foles was a backup quarterback, who filled in for Carson Wentz, who was having an MVP-caliber season before his season ending injury.
Foles came in and led the Eagles to their first Super Bowl victory in franchise history, defeated Tom Brady.
Here’s the list of some of the Super Bowl records tied or broken, courtesy of Sports Illustrated’s Daniel Rapaport:
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
Super Bowl 52 will go down as one of the greatest Super Bowl’s ever.