February 12, 2024
The Super Bowl is known for breaking records, but some records are harder to break than others. As we approach Super Bowl 58 between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs, let's take a look at some records that may remain intact.
Last year, the Kansas City Chiefs fell just three points short of breaking the record for the highest-scoring Super Bowl. Will this year's game surpass that mark?
In Super Bowl LI, James White of the New England Patriots set a record with 14 receptions. Will any player in Super Bowl 58 come close to breaking that record?
Steve Christie holds the record for the longest field goal in Super Bowl history with a 54-yard kick. Will either Harrison Butker or Jake Moody attempt a 55+ yard field goal in this year's game?
The record for the most combined touchdowns in a Super Bowl is ten. Will both teams in Super Bowl 58 score nine or more touchdowns?
In the 49ers' last four Super Bowl appearances, there have been high-scoring games. Will Super Bowl 58 see both teams combine for 75+ points?
The record for the most points scored by a team in a Super Bowl is 55. Will either the 49ers or Chiefs come close to breaking that record?
As we eagerly await Super Bowl 58, keep an eye on these records and see if history will be made.
Ethan "BetMaster" Moore, born amidst the pulsating energy of London, combines a sharp analytical mind with the excitement of sports. As the chief writer for BettingRanker, he offers a unique blend of stats, strategies, and stories, making the world of sports betting both accessible and thrilling.