List of quarterbacks with multiple Super Bowl starts

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

Quarterbacks with multiple Super Bowl starts[edit]

Hall of FamersActive Player*Player is not yet eligible for hall of fame
StartsPlayerRecordTeam(s),Games%Ref,
5Tom Brady3-2New England Patriots - XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI60%[1]
John Elway2-3Denver Broncos - XXI, XXII, XXIV, XXXII, XXXIII40%[2]
4Terry Bradshaw4-0Pittsburgh Steelers - IX, X, XIII, XIV100%[3]
Joe Montana4-0San Francisco 49ers - XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV100%[4]
Roger Staubach2-2Dallas Cowboys - VI, X, XII, XIII50%[5]
Jim Kelly0-4Buffalo Bills - XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII0%[6]
3Troy Aikman3-0Dallas Cowboys - XXVII, XXVIII, XXX100%[7]
Bob Griese2-1Miami Dolphins - VI, VII, VIII66%[8]
Ben Roethlisberger2-1Pittsburgh Steelers - XL, XLIII, XLV66%[9]
Kurt Warner*1-2St. Louis Rams - XXXIV, XXXVI; Arizona Cardinals - XLIII33%[10]
Peyton Manning1-2Indianapolis Colts - XLI, XLIV; Denver Broncos - XLVIII33%[11]
Fran Tarkenton0-3Minnesota Vikings - VIII, IX, XI0%[12]
2Bart Starr2-0*Green Bay Packers - I, II100%[13]
Jim Plunkett2-0Oakland/L.A. Raiders - XV, XVIII100%[14]
Eli Manning2-0New York Giants - XLII, XLVI100%[15]
Len Dawson1-1*Kansas City Chiefs - I, IV50%[16]
Joe Theismann1-1Washington Redskins - XVII, XVIII50%[17]
Brett Favre*1-1Green Bay Packers - XXXI, XXXII50%[18]
Craig Morton0-2Dallas Cowboys - V; Denver Broncos - XII0%[19]
Notes

Quarterbacks with multiple Super Bowl wins[edit]

Super Bowl wins are often used to determine the greatness of a quarterback.[21] The following NFL quarterbacks have won multiple Super Bowls as starters.

Hall of FamersActive Player
WinsPlayerGamesTeam
4Joe MontanaXVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIVSan Francisco 49ers
4Terry BradshawIX, X, XIII, XIVPittsburgh Steelers
3Troy AikmanXXVII, XXVIII, XXXDallas Cowboys
3Tom BradyXXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIXNew England Patriots
2Bart StarrI, IIGreen Bay Packers
2Bob GrieseVII, VIIIMiami Dolphins
2Roger StaubachVI, XIIDallas Cowboys
2Jim PlunkettXV, XVIIIOakland/Los Angeles Raiders
2John ElwayXXXII, XXXIIIDenver Broncos
2Ben RoethlisbergerXL, XLIIIPittsburgh Steelers
2Eli ManningXLII, XLVINew York Giants

Quarterbacks with multiple Super Bowl losses[edit]

The following NFL quarterbacks have lost multiple Super Bowls as starters.

Hall of FamersActive Player
LossesPlayerGamesTeam
4Jim KellyXXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIIIBuffalo Bills
3Fran TarkentonVIII, IX, XIMinnesota Vikings
3John ElwayXXI, XXII, XXIVDenver Broncos
2Craig MortonV; XIIDallas Cowboys; Denver Broncos
2Roger StaubachX, XIIIDallas Cowboys
2Kurt WarnerXXXVI; XLIIISt. Louis Rams; Arizona Cardinals
2Tom BradyXLII, XLVINew England Patriots
2Peyton ManningXLIV; XLVIIIIndianapolis Colts; Denver Broncos

Winning and losing quarterbacks[edit]

Hall of FamersActive Player
YearWinning QBCollegeLosing QBCollege
1966Bart StarrAlabamaLen DawsonPurdue
1967Bart StarrAlabamaDaryle LamonicaNotre Dame
1968Joe NamathAlabamaEarl MorrallMichigan State
1969Len DawsonPurdueJoe KappCalifornia
1970Johnny UnitasLouisvilleCraig MortonCalifornia
1971Roger StaubachNavyBob GriesePurdue
1972Bob GriesePurdueBilly KilmerUCLA
1973Bob GriesePurdueFran TarkentonGeorgia
1974Terry BradshawLouisiana TechFran TarkentonGeorgia
1975Terry BradshawLouisiana TechRoger StaubachNavy
1976Ken StablerAlabamaFran TarkentonGeorgia
1977Roger StaubachNavyCraig MortonCalifornia
1978Terry BradshawLouisiana TechRoger StaubachNavy
1979Terry BradshawLouisiana TechVince FerragamoNebraska
1980Jim PlunkettStanfordRon JaworskiYoungstown State
1981Joe MontanaNotre DameKen AndersonAugustana College
1982Joe TheismannNotre DameDavid WoodleyLSU
1983Jim PlunkettStanfordJoe TheismannNotre Dame
1984Joe MontanaNotre DameDan MarinoPittsburgh
1985Jim McMahonBYUTony EasonIllinois
1986Phil SimmsMorehead StateJohn ElwayStanford
1987Doug WilliamsGrambling StateJohn ElwayStanford
1988Joe MontanaNotre DameBoomer EsiasonMaryland
1989Joe MontanaNotre DameJohn ElwayStanford
1990Jeff HostetlerWest VirginiaJim KellyMiami (FL)
1991Mark RypienWashington StateJim KellyMiami (FL)
1992Troy AikmanUCLAJim KellyMiami (FL)
1993Troy AikmanUCLAJim KellyMiami (FL)
1994Steve YoungBYUStan HumphriesLouisiana Monroe
1995Troy AikmanUCLANeil O'DonnellMaryland
1996Brett FavreSouthern MissDrew BledsoeWashington State
1997John ElwayStanfordBrett FavreSouthern Miss
1998John ElwayStanfordChris ChandlerWashington
1999Kurt WarnerNorthern IowaSteve McNairAlcorn State
2000Trent DilferFresno StateKerry CollinsPenn State
2001Tom BradyMichiganKurt WarnerNorthern Iowa
2002Brad JohnsonFlorida StateRich GannonDelaware
2003Tom BradyMichiganJake DelhommeLouisiana-Lafayette
2004Tom BradyMichiganDonovan McNabbSyracuse
2005Ben RoethlisbergerMiami (OH)Matt HasselbeckBoston College
2006Peyton ManningTennesseeRex GrossmanFlorida
2007Eli ManningOle MissTom BradyMichigan
2008Ben RoethlisbergerMiami (OH)Kurt WarnerNorthern Iowa
2009Drew BreesPurduePeyton ManningTennessee
2010Aaron RodgersCaliforniaBen RoethlisbergerMiami (OH)
2011Eli ManningOle MissTom BradyMichigan
2012Joe FlaccoDelawareColin KaepernickNevada
2013Russell WilsonWisconsinPeyton ManningTennessee

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