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List of Super Bowl starting quarterbacks

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of NFL quarterbacks with Super Bowl starts.

Winning and losing quarterbacks

Hall of Famers* Player is not yet eligible
for Hall of Fame
NFLn/NFCN team
Active playerdagger AFLa/AFCA team
Season Super Bowl Winning QB Team Losing QB Team
1966AFL/NFL I Bart Starr*MVP Green Bay Packersn Len Dawson* Kansas City Chiefsa
1967AFL/NFL II Bart Starr*MVP Green Bay Packersn Daryle Lamonica Oakland Raidersa
1968AFL/NFL III Joe Namath*MVP New York Jetsa Earl Morrall Baltimore Coltsn
1969AFL/NFL IV Len Dawson*MVP Kansas City Chiefsa Joe Kapp Minnesota Vikingsn
1970 V Johnny Unitas* Baltimore ColtsA Craig Morton Dallas CowboysN
1971 VI Roger Staubach*MVP Dallas CowboysN Bob Griese* Miami DolphinsA
1972 VII Bob Griese* Miami DolphinsA Billy Kilmer Washington RedskinsN
1973 VIII Bob Griese* Miami DolphinsA Fran Tarkenton* Minnesota VikingsN
1974 IX Terry Bradshaw* Pittsburgh SteelersA Fran Tarkenton* Minnesota VikingsN
1975 X Terry Bradshaw* Pittsburgh SteelersA Roger Staubach* Dallas CowboysN
1976 XI Ken Stabler* Oakland RaidersA Fran Tarkenton* Minnesota VikingsN
1977 XII Roger Staubach* Dallas CowboysN Craig Morton Denver BroncosA
1978 XIII Terry Bradshaw*MVP Pittsburgh SteelersA Roger Staubach* Dallas CowboysN
1979 XIV Terry Bradshaw*MVP Pittsburgh SteelersA Vince Ferragamo Los Angeles RamsN
1980 XV Jim PlunkettMVP Oakland RaidersA Ron Jaworski Philadelphia EaglesN
1981 XVI Joe Montana*MVP San Francisco 49ersN Ken Anderson Cincinnati BengalsA
1982 XVII Joe Theismann Washington RedskinsN David Woodley Miami DolphinsA
1983 XVIII Jim Plunkett Los Angeles RaidersA Joe Theismann Washington RedskinsN
1984 XIX Joe Montana*MVP San Francisco 49ersN Dan Marino* Miami DolphinsA
1985 XX Jim McMahon Chicago BearsN Tony Eason New England PatriotsA
1986 XXI Phil SimmsMVP New York GiantsN John Elway* Denver BroncosA
1987 XXII Doug WilliamsMVP Washington RedskinsN John Elway* Denver BroncosA
1988 XXIII Joe Montana* San Francisco 49ersN Boomer Esiason Cincinnati BengalsA
1989 XXIV Joe Montana*MVP San Francisco 49ersN John Elway* Denver BroncosA
1990 XXV Jeff Hostetler New York GiantsN Jim Kelly* Buffalo BillsA
1991 XXVI Mark RypienMVP Washington RedskinsN Jim Kelly* Buffalo BillsA
1992 XXVII Troy Aikman*MVP Dallas CowboysN Jim Kelly* Buffalo BillsA
1993 XXVIII Troy Aikman* Dallas CowboysN Jim Kelly* Buffalo BillsA
1994 XXIX Steve Young*MVP San Francisco 49ersN Stan Humphries San Diego ChargersA
1995 XXX Troy Aikman* Dallas CowboysN Neil O'Donnell Pittsburgh SteelersA
1996 XXXI Brett Favre* Green Bay PackersN Drew Bledsoe New England PatriotsA
1997 XXXII John Elway* Denver BroncosA Brett Favre* Green Bay PackersN
1998 XXXIII John Elway*MVP Denver BroncosA Chris Chandler Atlanta FalconsN
1999 XXXIV Kurt Warner*MVP St. Louis RamsN Steve McNair Tennessee TitansA
2000 XXXV Trent Dilfer Baltimore RavensA Kerry Collins New York GiantsN
2001 XXXVI Tom BradydaggerMVP New England PatriotsA Kurt Warner* St. Louis RamsN
2002 XXXVII Brad Johnson Tampa Bay BuccaneersN Rich Gannon Oakland RaidersA
2003 XXXVIII Tom BradydaggerMVP New England PatriotsA Jake Delhomme Carolina PanthersN
2004 XXXIX Tom Bradydagger New England PatriotsA Donovan McNabb Philadelphia EaglesN
2005 XL Ben Roethlisbergerdagger Pittsburgh SteelersA Matt Hasselbeck Seattle SeahawksN
2006 XLI Peyton ManningMVP Indianapolis ColtsA Rex Grossman Chicago BearsN
2007 XLII Eli ManningdaggerMVP New York GiantsN Tom Bradydagger New England PatriotsA
2008 XLIII Ben Roethlisbergerdagger Pittsburgh SteelersA Kurt Warner* Arizona CardinalsN
2009 XLIV Drew BreesdaggerMVP New Orleans SaintsN Peyton Manning Indianapolis ColtsA
2010 XLV Aaron RodgersdaggerMVP Green Bay PackersN Ben Roethlisbergerdagger Pittsburgh SteelersA
2011 XLVI Eli ManningdaggerMVP New York GiantsN Tom Bradydagger New England PatriotsA
2012 XLVII Joe FlaccodaggerMVP Baltimore RavensA Colin Kaepernick San Francisco 49ersN
2013 XLVIII Russell Wilsondagger Seattle SeahawksN Peyton Manning Denver BroncosA
2014 XLIX Tom BradydaggerMVP New England PatriotsA Russell Wilsondagger Seattle SeahawksN
2015 50 Peyton Manning Denver BroncosA Cam Newtondagger Carolina PanthersN
2016 LI Tom BradydaggerMVP New England PatriotsA Matt Ryandagger Atlanta FalconsN
2017 LII Nick FolesdaggerMVP Philadelphia EaglesN Tom Bradydagger New England PatriotsA
2018 LIII Tom Bradydagger New England PatriotsA Jared Goffdagger Los Angeles RamsN
Season Super Bowl Winning QB Team Losing QB Team

Quarterbacks with multiple Super Bowl starts

Super Bowl wins are often used to determine the greatness of a quarterback.[1] Of the eligible players, only Jim Plunkett has won multiple Super Bowls and not been inducted into the Hall of Fame. Peyton Manning is the only quarterback to have won Super Bowls for two NFL teams; though Craig Morton and Kurt Warner are the only other quarterbacks to have started for a second team.

Starts Win(s) Player Record Team(s) Super Bowl(s) Win % Ref
9 6 Tom Bradydagger 6–3 New England PatriotsA XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII,
XLVI, XLIX, LI, LII, LIII
.667 [2]
5 2 John Elway* 2–3 Denver BroncosA XXI, XXII, XXIV, XXXII, XXXIII .400 [3]
4 4 Terry Bradshaw* 4–0 Pittsburgh SteelersA IX, X, XIII, XIV 1.000 [4]
4 Joe Montana* 4–0 San Francisco 49ersN XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV 1.000 [5]
2 Roger Staubach* 2–2 Dallas CowboysN VI, X, XII, XIII .500 [6]
2 1 Peyton Manning 2–2 1–1 Indianapolis ColtsA XLI, XLIV .500 .500 [7]
1 1–1 Denver BroncosA XLVIII, 50 .500
0 Jim Kelly* 0–4 Buffalo BillsA XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII .000 [8]
3 3 Troy Aikman* 3–0 Dallas CowboysN XXVII, XXVIII, XXX 1.000 [9]
2 Bob Griese* 2–1 Miami DolphinsA VI, VII, VIII .667 [10]
2 Ben Roethlisbergerdagger 2–1 Pittsburgh SteelersA XL, XLIII, XLV .667 [11]
1 1 Kurt Warner* 1–2 1–1 St. Louis RamsN XXXIV, XXXVI .333 .500 [12]
0 0–1 Arizona CardinalsN XLIII .000
0 Fran Tarkenton* 0–3 Minnesota VikingsN VIII, IX, XI .000 [13]
2 2 Bart Starr* 2–0 Green Bay Packersn I, II 1.000 [14]
2 Jim Plunkett 2–0 Oakland/Los Angeles RaidersA XV, XVIII 1.000 [15]
2 Eli Manningdagger 2–0 New York GiantsN XLII, XLVI 1.000 [16]
1 Len Dawson* 1–1 Kansas City Chiefsa I, IV .500 [17]
1 Joe Theismann 1–1 Washington RedskinsN XVII, XVIII .500 [18]
1 Brett Favre* 1–1 Green Bay PackersN XXXI, XXXII .500 [19]
1 Russell Wilsondagger 1–1 Seattle SeahawksN XLVIII, XLIX .500 [20]
0 0 Craig Morton 0–2 0–1 Dallas CowboysN V .000 .000 [21]
0 0–1 Denver BroncosA XII .000
Starts Win(s) Player Record Team(s) Super Bowl(s) Win % Ref

Notes

  • BOLD formatting indicates that the game was won.
  • Starr was also 3–1 in NFL Championship games (1960, 1961, 1962, and 1965) before the NFL and AFL met in the first Super Bowl.
  • Dawson was also 1–0 in AFL Championship games (1962) before the NFL and AFL met in the first Super Bowl.
  • There have also been three instances of quarterbacks facing off multiple times in the Super Bowl. Staubach and Bradshaw, Aikman and Kelly, and Brady and Eli Manning all faced each other twice. In each case the same quarterback (Bradshaw, Aikman, and Manning) won both rematches.[22]

See also

References

  1. ^ Brooks, Bucky (July 11, 2009). "Game's best quarterbacks produce stats as well as victories". NFL.com. Archived from the original on February 5, 2013.
  2. ^ Tom Brady – Official New England Patriots Biography Archived 2005-03-05 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ John Elway Biography
  4. ^ Bradshaw's Career Stats
  5. ^ Joe Montana – NFL Career Achievements
  6. ^ Roger Staubach
  7. ^ Peyton Manning
  8. ^ Jim Kelly – Pro Football Hall of Fame
  9. ^ Troy Aikman
  10. ^ HickokSports.com – Biography – Bob Griese
  11. ^ Ben Roethlisberger
  12. ^ Kurt Warner
  13. ^ Frank Tarkenton
  14. ^ Bart Starr
  15. ^ Jim Plunkett
  16. ^ Eli Manning
  17. ^ Len Dawson
  18. ^ Joe Theismann
  19. ^ Brett Favre
  20. ^ Russell Wilson
  21. ^ Craig Morton
  22. ^ Every Super Bowl Quarterback Matchup Ranked 1–46
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