Who has the most passing yards in a Super Bowl?
Many records have been made in the Super Bowl, and one achievement that is worth taking note of is the most passing yards ever made at this event.
The Super Bowl is an event where history and records are made. One particular record that is noteworthy is the most passing yards ever made in this high-stakes game.
It probably comes as no surprise to know that the one who holds it is professional football’s GOAT- recently-retired Tom Brady.
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Brady holds the record for most all-time passing yards in the Super Bowl, with a total of 3,039 over ten games, nine of which he played with the New England Patriots, and one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The 44-year-old also holds the record for most passing yards in a single game (505), which he set in Super Bowl LII against the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018. He also holds the number two slot at 466 yards, which he achieved the year before in Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons in 2017.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion also holds the ninth position, with 354 passing yards against the Carolina Panthers in 2004.
Kurt Warner: Honorable mention
Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner also holds three positions in the top ten. The two-time NFL Most Valuable Player is third with 414 passing yards in 2000, fourth with 377 in 2009, and sixth with 365, which he logged in 2002.
Rounding out the top ten are Nick Foles at fifth with 373 yards, Donovan McNabb at seventh with 357, Joe Montana who ties McNabb with 357, and Doug Williams at number 10 with 340 yards.
Here is the list of the top 25 passing yards made during a Super Bowl game.
Most passing yards in a Super Bowl