Super Bowl X - Final statistics - Records Set

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Records Set The following records were set in Super Bowl X, according to the official boxscore, the 2016 NFL Record & Fact Book and the ProFootball game summary. Some records have to meet NFL minimum number of attempts to be recognized. The minimums are shown (in parenthesis). 0 0 0 (Pit) 0 0 0 (Dal) 0 0 0 (Dal) 0 0 0 (Pit) 0 0 0 (Pit) 0 0 0 (Dal) 0 0 0 (Pit)

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