A statistical look at the New England Patriots’ 34-28 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday in Super Bowl 51 at NRG Stadium in Houston:
0: First-quarter points by the Patriots in Super Bowls under Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.
0-2: Atlanta’s record in Super Bowls.
1: Super Bowl that has been decided in overtime.
1: Third-down conversions by Atlanta in eight attempts.
3: Touchdowns scored by New England’s James White.
3: Sacks by Atlanta’s Grady Jarrett.
4: Super Bowl MVP awards won by Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
5: Super Bowls the Patriots have won in the Brady/Belichick era.
5: Times both Brady and Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan were sacked.
7: Third-down conversions by New England in 14 attempts.
14: Receptions by White for 110 yards.
15: Career Super Bowl touchdown passes by Brady, an NFL record.
17: Completions in 23 attempts by Ryan.
25: Postseason victories by New England in the Brady/Belichick era.
25: The Super Bowl-record point deficit New England overcame to defeat Atlanta. Before Sunday, the largest comeback in Super Bowl history had been 10 points.
37: Super Bowl-record first downs by the Patriots.
40:31 to 23:37: New England’s time-of-possession advantage.
43: Super Bowl-record completions by Brady in 62 attempts.
93: Total offensive plays run by the Patriots. The Falcons ran 46 plays.
95.2: Brady’s QB rating.
144.1: Ryan’s QB rating.
466: Super Bowl-record yards passing by Brady.
207: Career Super Bowl completions by Brady.
546: Net Yards by the Patriots. The Falcons had 344.
2,071: Career Super Bowl yards passing by Brady.