Found February 06, 2012 on Pro Football Talk:
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Super Bowl XLVI is in the books.  And four men have added their names to the Super Bowl record books. Courtesy of the NFL, the men who set Super Bowl records on Sunday night were Eli Manning, Tom Brady, Tom Coughlin, and Steve Weatherford. Eli has the most completions to start a Super Bowl game…
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