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Super Bowl Fun Facts

Super Bowl XLVIII is this Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014. Here are a few facts you might not know.

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    The Lombardi trophy is valued at between $25,000 and $50,000.

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    It is estimated that 12 million pounds of potato chips will be eaten on Super Bowl Sunday.

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    The Buffalo Bills are the only team to go to four consecutive Super Bowls (1990-1993). They lost all four of those games, and have never won a Super Bowl game.

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    The average number of people at a Super Bowl party is 17.

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    It is estimated that about 325 million gallons of beer will be consumed on Super Bowl Sunday.

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    The Chicago Bears' Devin Hester is the only player to ever return the opening kick off for a touch down in the Super Bowl (against the Indianapolis Colts at Super Bowl XLI).

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    English is the only language where "football" doesn't mean soccer.

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    It is estimated that about 1.25 billion chicken wings will be eaten during the Super Bowl.

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    The most points ever scored in a Super Bowl game: 75.

    The San Francisco 49ers beat the San Diego Chargers 49-26 in 1995.

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    The Pittsburgh Steelers have the most Super Bowl wins with six. The Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers each have five wins.

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    The Detroit Lions, Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars and the Houston Texans have never appeared in a Super Bowl.

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    It is estimated that Americans will consume about 30 million slices of pizza during the Super Bowl.

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    At 36, Mike Tomlin became the youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl when the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Arizona Cardinals at the end of the 2008 football season.

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    Quarterbacks win more MVP awards than any other position -- with 26 total. The last four Super Bowl MVPs have been quarterbacks. (Joe Flacco, Eli Manning, Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees)

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    Joe Montana has the record for the most Super Bowl MVP wins with three.

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