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Super Bowl LVIII stats: Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid join illustrious group with three championship rings

Benedict Bermange picks out the best stats from the Kansas City Chiefs' thrilling 25-22 overtime win over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII, including Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce moving ever closer to 49ers great Jerry Rice's Super Bowl receptions record

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid celebrates after the NFL Super Bowl 58 football game against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024, in Las Vegas. The Chiefs won 25-22 against the 49ers. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)
Image: Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid celebrates after winning a third Super Bowl in five seasons

Sky Sports statistician Benedict Bermange looks at the best stats from Super Bowl LVIII as the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in a thriller in overtime to claim back-to-back titles...

The Kansas City Chiefs are the ninth team to repeat as back-to-back Super Bowl champions, but the first since the 2003-04 New England Patriots. Their victory snapped the longest draught between repeat champions in NFL history.

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Highlights from the Kansas City Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII from Las Vegas

The Chiefs also became the youngest team to repeat as Super Bowl champions in terms of the average age among players who played at least one game in the season.

Lowest average age of Super Bowl winning teams

Team Season Average age
Chiefs 2023 26 years and 197 days
Steelers 1975 26 years and 273 days
Steelers 1979 27 years and 90 days
Dolphins 1973 27 years and 120 days
Cowboys 1993 27 years and 126 days

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes became the fourth head coach and quarterback duo to win at least three Super Bowls together.

Head coach and QB combo with most Super Bowl wins together

Head coach Quarterback Team Super Bowl wins
Bill Belichick Tom Brady Patriots 6
Chuck Noll Terry Bradshaw Steelers 4
Andy Reid Patrick Mahomes Chiefs 3
Bill Walsh Joe Montana 49ers 3

The only other head coach to win as many as three Super Bowls is Joe Gibbs of the Washington Redskins - but he did so with three different starting quarterbacks, Joe Theismann, Doug Williams and Mark Rypien.

Mahomes joined Tom Brady (7), Terry Bradshaw (4), Joe Montana (4) and Troy Aikman (3) as the only quarterbacks to have started and won at least three Super Bowls. He has won multiple playoff games in five successive seasons, the longest streak in NFL history.

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The Kansas City Chiefs lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy after beating San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl

Also, only one quarterback has had more rushing yards in a Super Bowl than Mahomes' 66 against the San Francisco 49ers and that was Jalen Hurts' 70 for the Philadelphia Eagles, against the Chiefs, last year.

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Most rushing yards by a quarterback in Super Bowl history

Quarterback Team Super Bowl Rushing yards
Jalen Hurts Eagles LVII 70
Patrick Mahomes Chiefs LVIII 66
Steve McNair Titans XXXIV 64
Colin Kaepernick 49ers XXLVII 62
Joe Montana 49ers XIX 59

Mahomes improved 9-2 in his career in playoff games in which the Chiefs have trailed by at least seven points. No other quarterback to start at least 10 playoff games has a winning record when faced with such scenarios.

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Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce now has the second-most receptions in Super Bowl history, his 31 placing him two behind 49ers wide receiver great Jerry Rice.

Most receptions all-time in Super Bowl history

Player Team Receptions
Jerry Rice 49ers 33
Travis Kelce Chiefs 31
Rob Gronkowski Patriots/Buccaneers 29
Andre Reed Bills 27

The Chiefs fumbled five times in the Super Bowl and yet managed to end the season as NFL champions, despite having a -11 turnover margin in the regular season, the worst record ever for a Super Bowl winner, surpassing the 2007 New York Giants, who ended their regular season with a -9 turnover margin.

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Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker earns new Super Bowl-record field goal after San Francisco 49ers' Jake Moody had broken it earlier in the game

The seven field goals between the teams set a new Super Bowl record, with the Chiefs' four tying the record for a single team in the game with the 49ers in Super Bowl XVI and the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl II. The two longest field goals in Super Bowl history also both occurred in this year's game.

Record longest field goals made in Super Bowl history

Kicker Team Super Bowl Yards
Harrison Butker Chiefs LVIII 57
Jake Moody 49ers LVIII 55
Steve Christie Bills XXIX 54

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