By now you’ve digested plenty of information and opinion relating to the Super Bowl.

Hell, I don’t even need to give you the score of the game in this article because you have it memorized.

If you like offense, you loved last night. The Eagles (538) and Patriots (613) combined for 1,151 total yards of offense, the most combined total yards in any game in NFL history be it regular season or the playoffs.

Nicks Foles was 28-of-43 for 373 pass yards, three passing scores and an interception. He also became the first QB in Super Bowl history with a receiving touchdown on his way to earning Super Bowl MVP honors.

Tom Brady did his part by throwing for three scores and 505 yards, the most in a postseason game in NFL history.

New England’s 33 points are the most ever by a Super Bowl loser. Don’t feel too bad for New England as it is the favorite to win the title next season with 9-2 odds per Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.

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