Tom Brady, Joe Montana and Players with Multiple Super Bowl MVPs
Let’s wrap up the football season here at Sports List of the Day (sure, there’ll be a new NFL post around here and there) – but with the Super Bowl and the 2014 season over, here’s one for the road (or offseason, if you will).
With those kind of odds, it’s not a great surprise that all five players who have taken the Super Bowl MVP more than once (not easy to do considering you actually have to win the Super Bowl more than once in the first place) are quarterbacks.Follow @VinGetz
|PLAYER||SUPER BOWL MVPs||TEAM||SUPER BOWL (SEASON)||COMP/ATT||YARDS||TD/INT|
|1.||Tom Brady||3||New England Patriots||XXXVI (2001)||16/27||145||1/0|
|1.||Joe Montana||3||San Francisco 49ers||XVI (1981)||14/22||157||1/0|
|3.||Eli Manning||2||New York Giants||XLII (2007)||19/34||255||2/1|
|3.||Terry Bradshaw||2||Pittsburgh Steelers||XIII (1978)||17/30||318||4/1|
|3.||Bart Starr||2||Green Bay Packers||I (1966)||16/23||250||2/1|
Posted on February 2, 2015, in NFL Football and tagged awards, bart starr, eli manning, football, joe montana, List, most, multiple, mvp, nfl, super bowl, terry bradshaw, tom brady, Winners. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.