Top 10 Super Bowl MVPs of all-time

2. Joe Montana (Super Bowl XVI, XIX and XXIV)

Joe Montana

Only two players in Super Bowl history have won Super Bowl MVP on three separate occasions. Joe Montana is one of those two players. Montana played in a total of four Super Bowls and was on the winning team each time. During his final two Super Bowl appearances in 1989 and 1990, he was also named league MVP in the same year. The connection that he and Jerry Rice seemed to share with one another was nothing short of amazing. Montana threw for 1,142 passing yards, notched 11 touchdowns and didn’t throw one single interception in his four Super Bowl outings.

1. Tom Brady (Super Bowl XXXVI, XXXVIII, XLIX and LI)

Tom Brady

Considered by many to be one of the best, if not THE best quarterback to ever grace the gridiron, Tom Brady has seemed to do it all in the NFL. He is the only quarterback in history to lead his team to six Super Bowls and has been on the winning end of four of those. He hold numerous Super Bowl records for a quarterback ranging from most career touchdown passes to most completions in a single Super Bowl contest. Still active and playing in the NFL, Brady seems poised to play in future Super Bowls. Through his eight total Super Bowl appearances, so far, Brady has launched 2,576 passing yards, tossed 18 touchdowns, surrendered only five interceptions and has a 98.0 passer rating. Regardless of all the scandals that he has been apart of that are league based, it can’t overshadow what he’s been able to accomplish in his career with the Patriots.

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