No rookie quarterback has ever won a Super Bowl in NFL history. No rookie quarterback has ever reached the Super Bowl. Rookie quarterbacks have reached the AFC and NFC championship games but not the Super Bowl. Ben Roethlisberger, Joe Flacco, and Mark Sanchez are among them.
The last rookie quarterback to win the Super Bowl was Doug Williams of the Washington Redskins in 1992. Williams was a second-round pick by the Redskins out of Mississippi Valley State University. He started eight games that season and threw for 2,241 yards with 13 touchdowns vs. nine interceptions. He also ran for four scores.
The only quarterback on this list who has won the Super Bowl is Ben Roethlisberger. His 22.6 passing rating is the lowest for a winning quarterback in Super Bowl history. He threw two interceptions in the red zone, the second of which Seattle's Kelly Herndon recovered for a Super Bowl-record 76 yards. The interception was returned for a touchdown by Richard Sherman with just over 10 minutes left in the third quarter to give the Seahawks a 12-7 lead.
Roethlisberger had another poor game statistically, completing 21 of 39 passes for 231 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. He also lost a fumble that was returned for a touchdown by Kam Chancellor.
After an opening drive that saw him complete all five of his passes for 62 yards and a first down, Roethlisberger was intercepted by Earl Thomas Jr. on the next play from scrimmage. The pick gave Seattle a first down at the Steelers' 14-yard line. From there, they scored a touchdown on their next three possessions to go up 19-7 late in the third quarter.
Ben Roethlisberger finished the game with two interceptions and a 58.3 percent completion rate.
Roethlisberger's passer rating of 22.6 is the lowest ever recorded by a winning quarterback in the Super Bowl.
On Sunday, Peyton Manning accomplished something no other quarterback in NFL history when the Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50. He was the only starting quarterback in NFL history to win a Super Bowl with two separate clubs. The last time a quarterback did this was in 1969 when John Brodie of the Oakland Raiders played one game and was injured during it.
The only other quarterback to win a Super Bowl with multiple teams is Terry Bradshaw of the Pittsburgh Steelers. He won back-to-back Super Bowls in 1974 and 1975 with the undefeated teams of the NFC and American Football Conference (AFC), respectively.
Bradshaw is not only the only player to do so, but he's also one of only three to win multiple championships as a player/coach (the others being Bill Parcells and Paul Brown). He was also the first quarterback in NFL history to win the MVP award while playing for two different teams. In fact, he received the honor after each season with the Steelers.
In addition, Bradshaw is also one of only four quarterbacks in NFL history to have their numbers retired by their original team. The others are Roger Staubach, Steve Young, and Troy Aikman.
So yes, Peyton Manning has won a Super Bowl with two different clubs.
Manning, Peyton Peyton Manning is the only starting quarterback who has won two Super Bowls with separate clubs. He led the Indianapolis Colts to two Super Bowls, winning the first in 2007. He then moved on to Denver.
Other than that, all other Super Bowl winners were either named Brady or Brees when they were with their current team. The latter two players are expected to be named MVPs this week.
Brady is currently with the New England Patriots, while Brees is part of the New Orleans Saints. Both played their first game in 2001 and have been consistently excellent ever since.
They are the only two quarterbacks to win the award, and it's unlikely that will change this year given the quality of the season both men have had so far.