Super Bowl LII saw the teams combine for 1,151 yards of offense, not only a Super Bowl record but one for all NFL games. It's only the seventh time a playoff game has exceeded 1,000 yards of offense. The other six:


2013 AFC wild card: Indianapolis 45 (536), Kansas City 44 (513)

The host Colts rallied from 28 down at halftime behind 443 passing yards by Andrew Luck, including a go-ahead 64-yard touchdown pass to T.Y. Hilton.


2011 NFC wild card: New Orleans 45 (626), Detroit 28 (412)

The host Saints pulled away with three fourth-quarter TDs, thanks to passes of 56 and 41 yards from Drew Brees to Robert Meachem.


1995 AFC wild card: Buffalo 37 (536), Miami 22 (502)

The visiting Dolphins trailed 27-0 through three quarters, undone by four turnovers, before Dan Marino piled up garbage-time yards late.


1981 AFC divisional: San Diego 41 (564), Miami 38 (472), OT

The "Epic in Miami" was decided on the third field-goal attempt of overtime. Both teams were exhausted and dehydrated by then.


2009 NFC wild card: Arizona 51 (531), Green Bay 45 (493), OT

A shootout between Kurt Warner and Aaron Rodgers, when the visiting Packers forced overtime, only to lose on Karlos Dansby's fumble return.


1984 AFC championship: Miami 45 (569), Pittsburgh 28 (455)

1984 NFL MVP Dan Marino passed for 421 yards, including 148 to Mark Duper, 114 to Tony Nathan and 95 to Mark Clayton.

Source: pro-football-reference.com