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Super Bowl XXXVI

Sunday, Feb. 3, 2002 at the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana

St. Louis (16-2)30014—17
New England (13-5)01433—20
1st: ST.L—Jeff Wilkins 50-yd FG, 3:10. Drive: 48 yards in 10 plays. Key play: Marshall Faulk 14-yd pass from Kurt Warner to NE 39.
2nd: NE—Ty Law 47-yd interception return (Adam Vinatieri kick), 8:49. NE—David Patten 8-yd pass from Tom Brady (Vinatieri kick), 0:31. Drive: 40 yards in 5 plays. Key play: Terrell Buckley 15-yd return of Ricky Proehl fumble to St.L 40.
3rd: NE—Vinatieri 37-yd FG, 1:18. Drive: 14 yards in 5 plays. Key play: Otis Smith 30-yd interception return to St.L 33.
4th: St.L—Warner 2-yd run (Wilkins kick), 9:31. Drive: 77 yards in 12 plays. Key plays: Faulk 22-yd pass from Warner to NE 9. St.L—Proehl 26-yd pass from Warner (Wilkins kick), 1:30. Drive: 55 yards in 3 plays. Key play: Az-zahir Hakim 18-yd pass from Warner to NE 37. NE—Vinatieri 48-yd FG, 0:00. Drive: 53 yards in 9 plays. Key play: Troy Brown 23-yd pass from Brady to St.L 36.
Favorite: Rams by 14Attendance: 72,922
Field: Artificial TurfTime: 3:24
Start time: 5:40 CSTTV Rating: 40.4/61 share (FOX)
MVP—Tom Brady, New England QB (16-27 for 145 yds, 1 TD, 0 INT)
Officials: Bernie Kukar (referee); Jeff Rice (umpire); Ron Phares (LJ); Laird Hayes (SJ); Mark Hittner (HL); Scott Green (BJ); Pete Morelli (FJ).

Team Statistics

First downs2615
3rd down efficiency5/132/11
4th down efficiency0/00/0
Total offense (net yards)427267
 Average gain6.24.9
Yards per rush4.15.3
Passing yards (net)337134
Times sacked/yards lost3/282/11
Passing yards (gross)365145
Yards per pass7.24.6
Times intercepted20
Return yardage88181
 Punt returns/yards3/61/4
 Kickoff returns/yards4/824/100
Field Goals made/attempted1/22/2
Time of possession33:3026:30

Individual Statistics

St. Louis Rams

Kurt Warner442863.636512
Az-zahir Hakim59018.0290
Isaac Bruce55611.2220
Torry Holt5499.8180
Marshall Faulk45413.5220
Ricky Proehl37123.7301
Jeff Robinson2189.0120
Ernie Conwell284.090
Yo Murphy11111.0110
James Hodgins188.080
Marshall Faulk17764.5150
Kurt Warner362.051
Az-zahir Hakim155.050
James Hodgins133.030
Field Goals20-2930-3940-4950-59Total
Jeff Wilkins0-00-00-01-21-2
PuntingNoYdsAvgLongIn 20TB
John Baker415939.84931
Punt ReturnsRetYdsLongAvgFCTD
Dre' Bly3672.020
Kickoff ReturnsRetYdsLongAvgFCTD
Yo Murphy3813827.000
Marshall Faulk1111.000
Grant Wistrom1
Leonard Little1
Most Tackles (solo)
Tommy Polley6

New England Patriots

Tom Brady271659.314510
Troy Brown68914.8230
J.R. Redmond3248.0110
Jermaine Wiggins2147.080
Marc Edwards273.550
David Patten188.081
Antowain Smith144.040
Kevin Faulk1-1-1.0-10
Antowain Smith18925.1170
David Patten12222.0220
Kevin Faulk2157.580
Marc Edwards252.530
Tom Brady133.030
J.R. Redmond1-4-4.0-40
Field Goals20-2930-3940-4950-59Total
Adam Vinatieri0-01-11-10-02-2
PuntingNoYdsAvgLongIn 20TB
Ken Walter834543.15342
Punt ReturnsRetYdsLongAvgFCTD
Troy Brown1444.010
Kickoff ReturnsRetYdsLongAvgFCTD
Patrick Pass3853528.300
Troy Brown1151515.000
Ty Law1474747.01
Otis Smith1303030.00
Willie McGinest1
Bobby Hamilton1
Richard Seymour1
Most Tackles (solo)
Ty Law7

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