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Super Bowl XLVI’s Unforgettable Post-Game Numbers

The last fans left Lucas Oil Stadium only a few hours ago. Super Bowl XLVI was an action-packed night for NFL fans. Here are the unforgettable numbers from last night’s game:

The numbers from Super Bowl XLVI that you don't want to miss

21-17 – The final score of Super Bowl XLVI.

65 Years Old – Oldest winning Super Bowl coach in NFL History. Giants coach Tom Coughlin is now a two-time Super Bowl winning coach.

13 – Only 13 coaches have won 2 or more Super Bowls.

4 – Chuck Noll (Pittsburgh Steelers) has won more Super Bowls than any other coach in NFL history with 4 wins. Only 3 coaches (Bill Belichick – who lost last night), Joe Gibbs and Bill Walsh have won 3 Super Bowls.

96 Yards – Longest touchdown drive (New England Patriots) and one of the reasons the game was so exciting.

16 – Most consecutive completions. Tom Brady threw 16 consecutive completions, but that wasn’t enough to win the game.

9 – The Giants only won 9 regular season games, barely making the playoffs.

296 Yards – Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw for 296 yards, completing 30 of 40 attempts.

276 Yards – Tom Brady threw for 276 yards, completing 27 of 41 attempts.

2 – The Giants beat the Patriots in 2 Super Bowls in 5 seasons. This is the number everyone will remember.

Are you ready for Super Bowl XLVII? The next Super Bowl will be played at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 3, 2013.

It’s not too early to bet on next year’s Super Bowl winner! Here are the odds for Super Bowl XLVII, according to William Hill Sports Betting.

5/1 – Green Bay Packers
7/1 – New England Patriots
7/1 – New Orleans Saints
10/1 – Philadelphia Eagles
10/1 – New York Giants
10/1 – Houston Texans
12/1 – Baltimore Ravens
16/1 – Pittsburgh Steelers
16/1 – San Diego Chargers
16/1 – San Francisco 49ers
20/1 – Detroit Lions
20/1 – Dallas Cowboys
25/1 – Atlanta Falcons
25/1 – New York Jets
33/1 – Chicago Bears
33/1 – Indianapolis Colts
33/1 – Seattle Seahawks
50/1 – Arizona Cardinals
50/1 – Carolina Panthers
50/1 – Cincinnati Bengals
50/1 – Denver Broncos
66/1 – Kansas City Chiefs
66/1 – Miami Dolphins
66/1 – Oakland Raiders
66/1 – Tennessee Titans
66/1 – Buffalo Bills
100/1 – Jacksonville Jaguars
100/1 – Cleveland Browns
100/1 – Minnesota Vikings
100/1 – St Louis Rams
100/1 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
100/1 – Washington Redskins

OCA News Editor

Christian Bright is a professional sports commentator with keen interests in football, tennis and horse racing. His experience in the reporting on professional sports makes him a key asset to OCA’s coverage of athletic events and matches.

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