Clearly. I’m gonna break the record for Beer & Chicken Wings this year. Who’s with me? It seems like TOM BRADY has broken every Super Bowl record possible already . . . but that doesn’t mean Super Bowl 55 can’t be historic. “CBS Sports” put together a list of the 10 best records that COULD be broken in this year’s game.
Here they are:
1. Oldest Coach to Win the Super Bowl: If the Tampa Bay Buccaneers win, Bruce Arians would become the oldest coach to win the Super Bowl. He’s 68. The current record is held by Bill Belichick, who was 66 when he won Super Bowl 53 in 2019.
2. First QB to Win in Three Different Decades: If the Bucs win, Brady will become the only quarterback to win a ring in each of THREE decades. Only two other quarterbacks have won in two decades: Peyton and Eli Manning.
3. Andy Reid Is Trying to Join Elite Company: If the Kansas City Chiefs win, Reid will have won TWO Super Bowls.
He’ll join multiple winners Vince Lombardi, Don Shula, Chuck Noll, Tom Landry, Tom Flores, Bill Walsh, Joe Gibbs, Bill Parcells, Jimmy Johnson, George Seifert, Mike Shanahan, Belichick and Tom Coughlin.
4. Patrick Mahomes Could Join the List of Multiple MVP Winners: If Mahomes is named the MVP, he’d join Bart Starr, Terry Bradshaw, Joe Montana, Eli Manning, and Tom Brady as the only players who have won multiple Super Bowl MVPs.
5. The Youngest QB with Two Rings: If the Chiefs win, Mahomes would surpass Brady as the youngest quarterback with two Super Bowl wins under his belt. Brady was 26 when he did it. Mahomes would be 25 years and 143 days old.
6. The All-Time Conference Series Lead Is Up for Grabs: This one isn’t team specific. In the previous 54 Super Bowls, the AFC has won 27, and the NFC has won 27. This might be surprising since the AFC lost 13 CONSECUTIVE Super Bowls between 1984 and ’96. The AFC is 13-6 over the past 19 . . . largely thanks to the Patriots.
7. Back-to-Back Drought Coming to an End?: The Chiefs can become the first team since the 2003 and 2004 Patriots to win back-to-back Super Bowls.
8. Wild-Card Tom: Brady could join Jim Plunkett, John Elway, Trent Dilfer, Ben Roethlisberger, Eli Manning, and Aaron Rodgers as the only quarterbacks to lead a wild-card team to a title.
Brady also could join Roethlisberger, Manning, and Rodgers as the only QBs to win the Super Bowl after winning three straight road playoff games.
(But that last distinction is a little less notable, since Brady will also be the first quarterback to play a Super Bowl in his home stadium.)
9. Brady Can Match Manning’s Unique Record: With a win over the Chiefs, Brady would join Peyton Manning as the only starting quarterbacks to win Super Bowls with two teams.
10. The First “Home” Team to Win the Super Bowl. The Buccaneers will already become the first team to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium. So they’d also make more history as the only team to win one at home.
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