Super Bowl Sunday was a record-setting day for the Denver Broncos, despite their loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
Peyton Manning’s 34 completions in Super Bowl XLVIII likely won’t ease any of the pain of losing 43-8, but it does put him in the record books, regardless.
Manning wasn’t the only Bronco to earn a place in history. There were 20 records tied or broken Sunday.
Check out the highlights of record-setting day below.
SUPER BOWL RECORDS SET IN SUPER BOWL XLVIII
Quickest Score From Start of Game — 12 seconds, Seattle
Most Playing Time In The Lead, Game, Team — 59 minutes, 48 seconds, Seattle
Most Completions, Game — 34, Peyton Manning
Most Receptions, Game — 13, Demaryius Thomas
Most Super Bowls Lost, Team — 5, Denver
Most Completions, Game, Team — 34, Denver
SUPER BOWL RECORDS TIED IN SUPER BOWL XLVIII
Most Receptions, First Half — 7, Demaryius Thomas
Most Two-Point Conversions, Game — 1, Wes Welker
Most Safeties, Game — 1, Cliff Avril
Most Touchdowns, Kickoff Returns, Game — 1, Percy Harvin
Most Safeties, Game, Team — 1, Seattle
Fewest Touchdowns Rushing, Game, Team — 0, Denver
Fewest Times Sacked, Game, Team — 0, Seattle
Fewest Times Sacked, Game, Both Teams — 1, Denver vs. Seattle
Fewest Times Intercepted, Game, Team — 0, Seattle
Fewest Punts, Game, Team — 1, Seattle
Fewest Punt Returns, Game, Team — 0, Seattle
Most Touchdowns, Kickoff Returns, Game, Team — 1, Seattle
Fewest Fumbles, Game, Team — 0, Seattle
Fewest Turnovers, Game, Team — 0, Seattle
YOUNGEST PLAYERS TO WIN SUPER BOWL MVP AWARD
Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders, Super Bowl XVIII, Jan. 1984 23 years, 302 days
Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh, Super Bowl X, Jan. 1976 23 years, 317 days
Tom Brady, New England, Super Bowl XXXVI, Feb. 2002 24 years, 184 days
Malcolm Smith, Seattle, Super Bowl XLVIII, Feb. 2014 24 years, 212 days