Fun With Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks

The list of Super Bowl winning quarterbacks is growing. It’s a phrase that can make a player’s career and earn him a lot of income throughout the rest of his life through endorsements, autograph sessions and speaking engagements.

Football cards of big name quarterbacks to win the big one can quickly increase in price, especially if they’re Hall of Fame material.

Super Bowl QB Trivia and Facts

Joe Montana

A few facts about the men under center who have squared off in the big game through the years.

  • QBs who have won 4 Super Bowls: Terry Bradshaw, Joe Montana
  • Only two-time winner not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame:  Jim Plunkett
  • Bart Starr is the only Super Bowl winning quarterback whose rookie card was issued in the 1950s
  • Youngest QB ever to start a Super Bowl: Ben Roethlisberger (23)
  • Oldest QB ever to start a Super Bowl: John Elway (38)
  • Youngest combined age of Super Bowl quarterbacks: 51 (Super Bowl XXXI: Brett Favre and Drew Bledsoe AND Super Bowl XIX: Joe Montana and Dan Marino
  • Oldest combined age of Super Bowl quarterbacks: 71 (Super Bowl XXXVII: Brad Johnson & Rich Gannon AND Super Bowl XXXIII: Elway and Chris Chandler
  • Russell Wilson now owns the record as youngest quarterback in NFL history to start two Super Bowls, a mark previously held by Tom Brady
  • Two quarterbacks have brought two different teams to the Super Bowl.  Craig Morton started for the Dallas Cowboys in 1971 and the Denver Broncos in 1978.  Kurt Warner took the St. Louis Rams in 2000 and 2002 and the Arizona Cardinals in 2009
  • One Super Bowl MVP QB was born in Canada:  Mark Rypien
  • Roger Staubach played in four Super Bowl games, winning two.  He owns the record for most career Super Bowl fumbles with five

Super Bowl Winning QBs (Updated)

Here’s a list of Super Bowl winning quarterbacks (we think it’s easier to read without the Roman numerals).  You can find a list of Super Bowl winning teams here.

      • 1 Bart Starr
      • 2 Bart Starr
      • 3 Joe Namath
      • 4. Len Dawson
      • 5. John Unitas
      • 6. Roger Staubach
      • 7. Bob Griese
      • 8. Bob Griese
      • 9. Terry Bradshaw
      • 10. Terry Bradshaw
      • 11. Ken Stabler
      • 12. Roger Staubach
      • 13. Terry Bradshaw
      • 14. Terry Bradshaw
      • 15. Jim Plunkett
      • 16. Joe Montana
      • 17. Joe Theismann
      • 18. Jim Plunkett
      • 19. Joe Montana
      • 20. Jim McMahon
      • 21. Phil Simms
      • 22. Doug Williams
      • 23. Joe Montana
      • 24. Joe Montana
      • 25. Jeff Hostetler
      • 26. Mark Rypien
      • 27. Troy Aikman
      • 28. Troy Aikman
      • 29. Steve Young
      • 30. Troy Aikman
      • 31. Brett Favre
      • 32. John Elway
      • 33. John Elway
      • 34. Kurt Warner
      • 35. Trent Dilfer
      • 36. Tom Brady
      • 37. Brad Johnson
      • 38. Tom Brady
      • 39. Tom Brady
      • 40. Ben Roethlisberger
      • 41. Peyton Manning
      • 42. Eli Manning
      • 43. Ben Roethlisberger
      • 44. Drew Brees
      • 45. Aaron Rodgers
      • 46. Eli Manning
      • 47.  Joe Flacco
      • 48.  Russell Wilson
      • 49. Tom Brady

Going to the Super Bowl, is of course, the ultimate trip for any sports fan. Not everyone is so lucky, but collectors who like ‘themes’ usually love the Super Bowl.

You can chase autographs of the Super Bowl MVPs. Over half of the Super Bowl MVPs have been quarterbacks.

You can grab a run of Super Bowl ticket stubs and even unused tickets or game programs. You can collect cards or autographs from quarterbacks who have won the Super Bowl. It’s a once-in-a-career accomplishment for some players. For others, it gets to be habit–and a ticket to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.