0 — There have been zero Super Bowl shutouts.
1 — This is the first time two No. 1 overall picks will face off in the Super Bowl: Peyton Manning was No. 1 pick in 1998, Cam Newton was No. 1 pick in 2011.
2 — This is the Panthers’ second trip to the Super Bowl.
3 — Number of Heisman Trophy-winning quarterbacks to play in the Super Bowl: Cam Newton, Jim Plunkett, Roger Staubach.
3.5 — Opening line on the game, with the Panthers being favored (It’s up to 6 now).
4 — Fewest passes completed in a game, by Miami’s David Woodley (4-for-14) in Super Bowl XVII.
5 — Number of interceptions thrown by Raiders QB Rich Gannon in Super Bowl XXXVII, a (dubious) record.
6 — Fewest number of completions by a winning Super Bowl quarterback (Bob Griese in Super Bowl VIII).
7 — Seconds, the quickest scoring play in Super Bowl history, coming on a safety on Denver’s first play of Super Bowl XLVIII against Seattle.
8 — Number of trips to the Super Bowl for Denver, tied for most in NFL history with New England, Dallas and Pittsburgh. The Broncos’ five Super Bowl losses are a record.
9 — Most appearances in the game as a player, coach, or assistant, a record shared by Dan Reeves (twice as a player, three times as an assistant, four times as a head coach) and Bill Belichick (three times as an assistant, six times as a head coach).
10 — Number of players to return a kickoff for a touchdown in Super Bowl history.
11 —Most Super Bowls played in one city, New Orleans.
12 — More like 1-2: Carolina’s Cam Newton was the first pick in the 2011 NFL draft, Denver’s Von Miller was the No. 2 pick.
13 — Number of Super Bowl broadcasts John Madden was a part of (one as a pregame analyst, 12 as a color commentator).
14 —Fewest points by a Super Bowl-winning team (The Dolphins in Super Bowl VII).
15 — Fewest yards penalized, combined, in a Super Bowl — Dallas was penalized three times in Super Bowl VI, Miami wasn’t penalized at all.
16 — Consecutive passes completed by Tom Brady in Super Bowl XLVI against the Giants.
17— Games won by the undefeated Super Bowl VII-champion Dolphins. Interestingly, also the number of points Miami scored in their shutout win over Washington.
18 — With a win Sunday, Carolina would become just the third team in NFL history to win 18 games and a Super Bowl. The 49ers (XIX) and Bears (XX) are the others.
19 — Well, 18.5, but we’ll round up. That was the line of Super Bowl XXIX, which the 49ers easily covered in their 49-26 rout of the Chargers.
20 — Points scored by the Giants in Super Bowl XXV, and they needed every last one of them. Their 20-19 win over the Bills is the slimmest margin in Super Bowl history.
21 — Jamal Lewis’ age when he played in Super Bowl XXXV, the youngest player to play in the game.
22 — Most career tackles in Super Bowls, by Bobby Wagner, who’s played in the game twice.
23 — 22.6, but we’ll round up (again). Ben Roethlisberger’s passer rating in Super Bowl XL, the lowest by a winning quarterback.
24 — Combined points scored by the Packers and Patriots in the first quarter of Super Bowl XXXI, a record.
25 — Value (in thousands) of the Vince Lombardi Trophy made by Tiffany & Co.
26 — Number of times the NFC has won the Super Bowl.
27 — Times a quarterback has been named Super Bowl MVP
.286 — Broncos’ winning percentage in Super Bowls (2-5)
29 — Number of “away” teams to have won the last 49 games (59.2 percent). The Panthers are the road team this year.
30 — Years it’s been since two ex-players faced off as coaches in the Super Bowl. Before Ron Rivera and Gary Kubiak this year, Mike Ditka and Raymond Berry were the last ex-players to lead teams into the game.
31 — Number of teams that have won the game while wearing white jerseys (63.2%). The Broncos are wearing white in Super Bowl 50.
32 — Points Carolina has scored off nine takeaways this postseason
33 — Career Super Bowl catches by Jerry Rice, a record for the game.
34 (minutes) — Length of the infamous power outage in Super Bowl XLVII.
35 — Most points scored in the first half (Washington vs. Denver in Super Bowl XXII).
36 — Mike Tomlin’s age when he won Super Bowl XLIII with Pittsburgh, making him the youngest winning head coach.
37 — Most combined points scored in a fourth quarter, Patriots and Panthers in Super Bowl XXXVIII.
38 — Number of rushing attempts by John Riggins in Super Bowl XVII, a record.
39 — Peyton Manning’s age. He’ll be the oldest quarterback to start a Super Bowl when he takes the field on Feb. 7. 2016.
40 — Minutes (and change). The Giants set a record for time of possession in Super Bowl XXV, controlling the ball for 40:33.
41 — The number of players to win Super Bowl rings playing for two different franchises. A Denver win would push it up to 42 (Peyton Manning) while a Carolina win would push it up to 44 (Ed Dickson, Roman Harper and Michael Oher).
42 — Matt Stover’s age when he kicked off Super Bowl XXXV for the Ravens, making him the oldest player to play in the Super Bowl.
43 — Points allowed by the Broncos in their most recent Super Bowl (43-8 loss to Seattle)
44.5 — The over-under for Super Bowl 50
45 (points) — The biggest margin of victory, from the 49ers 55-10 blowout in over the Bengals in Super Bowl XXIV.
46 — Number of passes Jim Plunkett threw in two Super Bowls without being intercepted.
47 — As in Super Bowl XLVII, the first where two brothers — John Harbaugh of the Ravens and Jim Harbaugh of the 49ers — were opposing head coaches in the game.
48 (degrees) — Expected low temperature on Sunday for Super Bowl 50.
49 — Longest fumble return for a touchdown in Super Bowl history, by Mike Bass in Super Bowl VII
50 — Record number of first downs, combined, by the 49ers and Dolphins (XIX) and Titans and Rams (XXXIV) in their Super Bowls.