Who is the only NFL quarterback to have won three Super Bowls?

Who is the only NFL quarterback to have won three Super Bowls?

Just three years in, he's already won one Super Bowl and led his team to another. Twelve quarterbacks have started three or more Super Bowls—eight are in the Hall of Fame, and three are active (Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, and Peyton Manning). The other is Kurt Warner, who didn't become a starting NFL quarterback until he was 28.

The only three-time Super Bowl winner is Peyton Manning. The other two are John Elway and Brett Favre.

Manning will be the first to tell you that winning three Super Bowls is an incredible accomplishment and something he's very proud of. He also knows how difficult it is to do so and isn't taking anything for granted. "I think just being able to play well enough to win," Manning said after his third Super Bowl victory. "That's what makes these games special, is when you get to experience them with your teammates and build those types of relationships, because at some point you're not going to be able to do this together."

Elway and Favre both had great careers, but they never got to play in multiple Super Bowls. Elway had one loss when he retired after the 1998 season, while Favre lost two straight final games last year and has now lost four straight.

Of the eight former Super Bowl starters who are in the Hall of Fame, seven of them had at least three years of regular season success before their third Super Bowl appearance.

Who is the only quarterback to win a Super Bowl with two different teams?

Manning, Peyton Peyton Manning and Tom Brady are the only starting quarterbacks who have won Super Bowls for two different NFL clubs, with Craig Morton and Kurt Warner the only others. But all four of them have also played in at least one other Super Bowl campaign.

The most recent Super Bowl was won by the New England Patriots over the Los Angeles Rams. Before that, it was won by the Denver Broncos back in 2016. The last time these two teams met was in the AFC Championship game where the Rams defeated the Broncos 17-25.

Both of these teams have very successful histories, with New England winning 17 games during the regular season and Denver winning 16. These are the most wins ever by a team in a single season.

In addition to their respective careers as winners, all four players mentioned here have also been finalists for the award. Three of them have won the trophy while Gardner Minshew II is the only one who hasn't yet received any recognition from his league or organization.

A special case is Fran Tarkenton who has won three championships with the Minnesota Vikings, but who also played for another team in Baltimore during the 1969 season. As such, he isn't considered an active player by many standards and has no chance of winning the upcoming Super Bowl between New England and Kansas City.

What quarterback has led the New England Patriots to six Super Bowl wins?

Brady, Tom In 2015, Tom Brady (2001-2019) Brady is the only starting quarterback in Patriots history to have led the team to a Super Bowl triumph six times. The "Greatest Show Ever Played" was not lost on him or his teammates.

In fact, it's what fueled them toward their own version of greatness.

On February 3, 2015, during a press conference at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, Indiana, Brady stated, "I think our goal every year should be to try to win as many games as we can and get to where we hope to go at the end of the season: winning the championship."

He went on to say, "We've been very fortunate throughout my career to have had success. We've had a great run here in New England with six super bowls and I want to be a part of something special here in Boston with the Patriots. I'm looking forward to getting started."

With those words, Brady set out to lead the Patriots against Seattle in his seventh Super Bowl appearance. He didn't waste any time making an impact in his first game back from a four-game suspension to begin the 2015 season.

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