List Of Super Bowl MVPs

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Quarterbacks dominate this list of Super Bowl MVPs, having won the award 31 of 55 times.

The Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award is actually called the Pete Rozelle Trophy.

Running backs and wide receivers have each won the award seven times.

On the defensive side of the ball, linebackers (four) have won the most times.

RELATED – List of Super Bowl Winners and Losers

Has a player from the losing team ever won Super Bowl MVP?

Yes. Chuck Howley a linebacker from the Dallas Cowboys won the MVP award in Super Bowl V. Known as the “Blunder Bowl” it is one of the greatest Super Bowls of all-time IMO.

IBart Starr, QB, Green Bay
IIBart Starr, QB, Green Bay
IIIJoe Namath, QB, New York Jets
IVLen Dawson, QB, Kansas City
VChuck Howley, LB, Dallas
VIRoger Staubach, QB, Dallas
VIIJake Scott, S, Miami
VIIILarry Csonka, FB, Miami
IXFranco Harris, RB, Pittsburgh
XLynn Swann, WR, Pittsburgh
XIFred Biletnikoff, WR, Oakland
XIIHarvey Martin & Randy White, DL, Dallas
XIIITerry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh
XIVTerry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh
XVJim Plunkett, QB, Oakland Raiders
XVIJoe Montana, QB, San Francisco
XVIIJohn Riggins, RB, Washington
XVIIIMarcus Allen, RB, Los Angeles Raiders
XIXJoe Montana, QB, San Francisco
XXRichard Dent, DE, Chicago
XXIPhil Simms, QB, New York Giants
XXIIDoug Williams, QB, Washington
XXIIIJerry Rice, WR, San Francisco
XXIVJoe Montana, QB, San Francisco
XXVOttis Anderson, RB, New York Giants
XXVIMark Rypien, QB, Washington
XXVIITroy Aikman, QB, Dallas
XXVIIIEmmitt Smith, RB, Dallas
XXIXSteve Young, QB, San Francisco
XXXLarry Brown, CB, Dallas
XXXIDesmond Howard, KR, Green Bay
XXXIITerrell Davis, RB, Denver
XXXIIIJohn Elway, QB, Denver
XXXIVKurt Warner, QB, St. Louis Rams
XXXVRay Lewis, LB, Baltimore
XXXVITom Brady, QB, New England
XXXVIIDexter Jackson, CB, Tampa Bay
XXXVIIITom Brady, QB, New England
XXXIXDeion Branch, WR, New England
XLHines Ward, WR, Pittsburgh
XLIPeyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis
XLIIEli Manning, QB, New York Giants
XLIIISantonio Holmes, WR, Pittsburgh
XLIVDrew Brees, QB, New Orleans
XLVAaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay
XLVIEli Manning, QB, New York Giants
XLVIIJoe Flacco, QB, Baltimore
XLVIIIMalcolm Smith, LB, Seattle
XLIXTom Brady, QB, New England
50Von Miller, LB, Denver
LITom Brady, QB, New England
LIINick Foles, QB, Philadelphia
LIIIJulian Edelman, WR, New England
LIVPatrick Mahomes, QB, Kansas City
LVTom Brady, QB, Tampa Bay
LVICooper Kupp, LA Rams
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