Most passing yards in Super Bowl history: Single game - Kurt Warner, 414 yards, Super Bowl XXXIV Career - Kurt Warner, 1,156 yards (3 appearances)
Kurt Warner owns the record for most passing yards in a single Super Bowl game (414 yards vs. Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV, which made him the only QB to pass for 400+ yards in the Super Bowl)
* Most passing yards, single game, 414 : Kurt Warner (XXXIV) * Kurt Warner 1156
Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XXII. Timmy Smith rushed for 204 yards in the game and that is also the Super Bowl record for most individual rushing yards in one SB game.
Super Bowl Records/Rushing:Most Yards/Career: Franco Harris 354 Yards (4 games)Most Yards/Game: Timmy Simth - Washington Redskins , 204 Yards, Super Bowl XXII
Kurt Warner (St. Louis Rams) holds the record for passing yards in a Super Bowl with 414 yards against Tennessee in Super Bowl XXXIV. He is also second on the list with 365 yards against New England in Super Bowl XXXVI. Donovan McNabb (Philadelphia Eagles) and Joe Montana (San Francisco 49ers) are tied for third* with with 357. http://www.nfl.com/superbowl/records/superbowls/player/passing * UPDATE : Your answer is partially correct. Warner does in fact hold the 1st and 2nd highest yardage in Super Bowl history (414 vs the Titans and 377 vs the Steelers) But the person that holds the 3rd highest yardage game in Super Bowl history is...you guessed it...Kurt Warner (365 vs Patriots)
Ty Detmer passed for 576 yards in the 1989 Holiday Bowl against Penn State.
Danny O'Neal...against Penn State
Career Passing yards Career Passing Touchdowns Career Passing yards per game Career Passing Touchdowns per game passing yards in a season, passing yards in a game game passing touchdowns in a season passing yards per game passing touchdowns in a game He owns none of them.