Quarterback Bart Starr tops this list, having won back-to-back Super Bowls with the Green Bay Packers in the 1960s. The last player to do so is still considered by many to be the best ever: Tom Brady.
Starr led the Packers to victories in Super Bowl I over the Oakland Raiders and II over the Dallas Cowboys. He was named MVP of both games.
Brady led the New England Patriots to victory in Super Bowl LIII over the Los Angeles Rams. He became only the second quarterback after Starr to win back-to-back Super Bowls. The first was Peyton Manning who did it with two different teams (Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts).
Brady also won the NFL's most valuable player award in 2007 and 2009. He's now the most successful quarterback of all time with more than 150 wins over the course of his career.
Other notable quarterbacks who have won back-to-back Super Bowls include Joe Montana (three times), Terry Bradshaw (twice), Roger Staubach (once), and Ken O'Brien (once each).
It's not easy winning back-to-back Super Bowls.
Ken Stabler was Alabama's third winning and starting quarterback in Super Bowl XI. Any Super Bowl history must feature Starr since he was the first (and second) to lead Coach Vince Lombardi's Green Bay Packers to victory. The other player is obvious.
Starr led the Oakland Raiders to their only Super Bowl victory over San Francisco in 1977. The game is known as the "Silver Strand" due to the fact that it was held in February when temperatures usually stay below 60 degrees. The Raiders used the no-huddle offense under head coach Jon Gruden, and they won going away, 27-10.
After losing his first two games as Alabama's starter, Paul Johnson took over for Greg McElroy and led the Tide to an undefeated regular season. Bama finished 12-1 and earned a spot in the SEC Championship Game where they lost to Arkansas 22-6. That's when Johnson exited the game with a shoulder injury. McElroy came in at the end of the third quarter and led the Tide to a 42-14 victory over Florida in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.
Johnson returned for his senior year and was given the job back after McElroy went down again with a shoulder injury. However, Johnson got hurt himself and was forced to sit out the remainder of the season.
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There was another honor in store for Brady. The victory equaled him for the most titles won by a starting quarterback in professional football with former Cleveland Browns quarterback Otto Graham and Green Bay Packers quarterback Bart Starr. Brady has now won seven titles, all of which have come in Super Bowls. He broke the record held by Peyton Manning (six).
Brady has also been named the MVP of the NFL five times, more than any other player.
He is only the second quarterback in NFL history to lead his team to victories in each of his first 10 seasons (the other being Terry Bradshaw of the Pittsburgh Steelers).
Brady is also one of just three quarterbacks in NFL history to begin their career with at least three 50-win seasons (Philip Rivers and Aaron Rodgers are the others).
Brady has appeared in or started 151 games over eight NFL seasons, posting a record of 89-63-1 (.575 winning percentage). He has led the Patriots to the playoffs six out of eight years and has four New England/Tom Brady Patriots Championship rings to his name.
In 2007, when Brady came back from an ACL injury that cost him the previous season, he not only regained his form but also improved it as he went on to lead the Patriots to their fifth Super Bowl win. He is the greatest quarterback of all time without a doubt!