Complete List Of Super Bowl MVPs In Order

Complete List Of Super Bowl MVPs In Order

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The Super Bowl is an annual event that epitomizes the pinnacle of professional American football. Originating in 1967, the Super Bowl sees two teams from the AFC and NFC conferences respectively, square off to determine the champions of the NFL for that season. Over the years, some of the most memorable moments have come from the outstanding performances of individual players, and these stand-out performances are honored with the Super Bowl MVP award. The Super Bowl MVPs represent the best of the best for that particular year, demonstrating unparalleled skill, leadership, and determination.

Table of Contents

1 – Bart Starr (Super Bowl I, 1967)

Born in 1934 in Montgomery, Alabama. He played for the Green Bay Packers (1956-1971). The Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs. Starr attended the University of Alabama and played from 1956-1971 in the NFL.

2 – Bart Starr (Super Bowl II, 1968)

Born in 1934 in Montgomery, Alabama. He played for the Green Bay Packers (1956-1971). The Packers defeated the Oakland Raiders. Starr attended the University of Alabama and played from 1956-1971 in the NFL.

3 – Joe Namath (Super Bowl III, 1969)

Born in 1943 in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. He played for the New York Jets (1965-1976) and the Los Angeles Rams (1977). The Jets defeated the Baltimore Colts. Namath attended the University of Alabama and played from 1965-1977 in the NFL.

4 – Len Dawson (Super Bowl IV, 1970)

Born in 1935 in Alliance, Ohio. He played for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1957-1959), Cleveland Browns (1960-1961), and Kansas City Chiefs (1962-1975). The Chiefs defeated the Minnesota Vikings. Dawson attended Purdue University and played from 1957-1975 in the NFL.

5 – Chuck Howley (Super Bowl V, 1971)

Born in 1936 in Wheeling, West Virginia. He played for the Chicago Bears (1958-1959) and the Dallas Cowboys (1961-1973). The Baltimore Colts defeated the Dallas Cowboys, but Howley remains the only MVP from a losing team. He attended West Virginia University and played from 1958-1973 in the NFL.

6 – Roger Staubach (Super Bowl VI, 1972)

Born in 1942 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He played for the Dallas Cowboys (1969-1979). The Cowboys defeated the Miami Dolphins. Staubach attended the U.S. Naval Academy and played from 1969-1979 in the NFL.

7 – Jake Scott (Super Bowl VII, 1973)

Born in 1945 in Greenwood, South Carolina. He played for the Miami Dolphins (1970-1975) and the Washington Redskins (1976-1978). The Dolphins defeated the Washington Redskins. Scott attended the University of Georgia and played from 1970-1978 in the NFL.

8 – Larry Csonka (Super Bowl VIII, 1974)

Born in 1946 in Stow, Ohio. He played for the Miami Dolphins (1968-1974, 1979) and the New York Giants (1976-1978). The Dolphins defeated the Minnesota Vikings. Csonka attended Syracuse University and played from 1968-1979 in the NFL.

9 – Franco Harris (Super Bowl IX, 1975)

Born in 1950 in Fort Dix, New Jersey. He played for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1972-1983) and the Seattle Seahawks (1984). The Steelers defeated the Minnesota Vikings. Harris attended Penn State University and played from 1972-1984 in the NFL.

10 – Lynn Swann (Super Bowl X, 1976)

Born in 1952 in Alcoa, Tennessee. He played for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1974-1982). The Steelers defeated the Dallas Cowboys. Swann attended the University of Southern California and played from 1974-1982 in the NFL.

11 – Fred Biletnikoff (Super Bowl XI, 1977)

Born in 1943 in Erie, Pennsylvania. He played for the Oakland Raiders (1965-1978). The Raiders defeated the Minnesota Vikings. Biletnikoff attended Florida State University and played from 1965-1978 in the NFL.

12 – Harvey Martin & Randy White (Super Bowl XII, 1978)

  • Harvey Martin: Born in 1950 in Dallas, Texas. He played for the Dallas Cowboys (1973-1983).
  • Randy White: Born in 1953 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He played for the Dallas Cowboys (1975-1988). The Cowboys defeated the Denver Broncos. Martin attended East Texas State University, and White attended the University of Maryland. Both played for the Dallas Cowboys.

13 – Terry Bradshaw (Super Bowl XIII, 1979)

Born in 1948 in Shreveport, Louisiana. He played for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1970-1983). The Steelers defeated the Dallas Cowboys. Bradshaw attended Louisiana Tech University and played from 1970-1983 in the NFL.

14 – Terry Bradshaw (Super Bowl XIV, 1980)

Bradshaw’s second consecutive MVP. The Steelers defeated the Los Angeles Rams.

15 – Jim Plunkett (Super Bowl XV, 1981)

Born in 1947 in San Jose, California. He played for the New England Patriots (1971-1975), San Francisco 49ers (1976-1977), and Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders (1978-1986). The Raiders defeated the Philadelphia Eagles. Plunkett attended Stanford University and played from 1971-1986 in the NFL.

16 – Joe Montana (Super Bowl XVI, 1982)

Born in 1956 in New Eagle, Pennsylvania. He played for the San Francisco 49ers (1979-1992) and Kansas City Chiefs (1993-1994). The 49ers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals. Montana attended the University of Notre Dame and played from 1979-1994 in the NFL.

17 – John Riggins (Super Bowl XVII, 1983)

Born in 1949 in Seneca, Kansas. He played for the New York Jets (1971-1975) and Washington Redskins (1976-1979, 1981-1985). The Redskins defeated the Miami Dolphins. Riggins attended the University of Kansas and played from 1971-1985 in the NFL.

18 – Marcus Allen (Super Bowl XVIII, 1984)

Born in 1960 in San Diego, California. He played for the Los Angeles Raiders (1982-1992) and Kansas City Chiefs (1993-1997). The Raiders defeated the Washington Redskins. Allen attended the University of Southern California and played from 1982-1997 in the NFL.

19 – Joe Montana (Super Bowl XIX, 1985)

Montana’s second MVP honor. The 49ers defeated the Miami Dolphins.

20 – Richard Dent (Super Bowl XX, 1986)

Born in 1960 in Atlanta, Georgia. He played for the Chicago Bears (1983-1993, 1995), San Francisco 49ers (1994), Indianapolis Colts (1996), and Philadelphia Eagles (1997). The Bears defeated the New England Patriots. Dent attended Tennessee State University and played from 1983-1997 in the NFL.

21 – Phil Simms (Super Bowl XXI, 1987)

Born in 1955 in Springfield, Kentucky. He played for the New York Giants (1979-1993). The Giants defeated the Denver Broncos. Simms attended Morehead State University and played from 1979-1993 in the NFL.

22 – Doug Williams (Super Bowl XXII, 1988)

Born in 1955 in Zachary, Louisiana. He played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1978-1982), Oklahoma/Arizona Outlaws (USFL) (1984-1985), and Washington Redskins (1986-1989). The Redskins defeated the Denver Broncos. Williams attended Grambling State University and played from 1978-1989 in the NFL.

23 – Joe Montana (Super Bowl XXIII, 1989)

Montana’s third MVP. The 49ers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals.

24 – Joe Montana (Super Bowl XXIV, 1990)

Montana’s fourth and final MVP. The 49ers defeated the Denver Broncos.

25 – Ottis Anderson (Super Bowl XXV, 1991)

Born in 1957 in West Palm Beach, Florida. He played for the St. Louis/Phoenix Cardinals (1979-1986) and New York Giants (1986-1992). The Giants defeated the Buffalo Bills. Anderson attended the University of Miami and played from 1979-1992 in the NFL.

26 – Mark Rypien (Super Bowl XXVI, 1992)

Born in 1962 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He played for the Washington Redskins (1987-1993), Cleveland Browns (1994), St. Louis Rams (1995-1997), Philadelphia Eagles (1996), and Indianapolis Colts (2001). The Redskins defeated the Buffalo Bills. Rypien attended Washington State University and played from 1987-2001 in the NFL.

27 – Troy Aikman (Super Bowl XXVII, 1993)

Born in 1966 in West Covina, California. He played for the Dallas Cowboys (1989-2000). The Cowboys defeated the Buffalo Bills. Aikman attended the University of Oklahoma and later the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and played from 1989-2000 in the NFL.

28 – Emmitt Smith (Super Bowl XXVIII, 1994)

Born in 1969 in Pensacola, Florida. He played for the Dallas Cowboys (1990-2002) and Arizona Cardinals (2003-2004). The Cowboys defeated the Buffalo Bills. Smith attended the University of Florida and played from 1990-2004 in the NFL.

29 – Steve Young (Super Bowl XXIX, 1995)

Born in 1961 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He played for the Los Angeles Express (USFL) (1984-1985), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1985-1986), and San Francisco 49ers (1987-1999). The 49ers defeated the San Diego Chargers. Young attended Brigham Young University and played from 1984-1999 in the NFL.

30 – Larry Brown (Super Bowl XXX, 1996)

Born in 1969 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He played for the Dallas Cowboys (1991-1995, 1998), Oakland Raiders (1996-1997), and Minnesota Vikings (1998). The Cowboys defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers. Brown attended Texas Christian University and played from 1991-1998 in the NFL.

31 – Desmond Howard (Super Bowl XXXI, 1997)

Born in 1970 in Cleveland, Ohio. He played for the Washington Redskins (1992-1994), Jacksonville Jaguars (1995), Green Bay Packers (1996, 1999), Oakland Raiders (1997-1998), and Detroit Lions (2000-2002). The Packers defeated the New England Patriots. Howard attended the University of Michigan and played from 1992-2002 in the NFL.

32 – Terrell Davis (Super Bowl XXXII, 1998)

Born in 1972 in San Diego, California. He played for the Denver Broncos (1995-2001). The Broncos defeated the Green Bay Packers. Davis attended Long Beach State and later the University of Georgia and played from 1995-2001 in the NFL.

33 – John Elway (Super Bowl XXXIII, 1999)

Born in 1960 in Port Angeles, Washington. He played for the Denver Broncos (1983-1998). The Broncos defeated the Atlanta Falcons. Elway attended Stanford University and played from 1983-1998 in the NFL.

34 – Kurt Warner (Super Bowl XXXIV, 2000)

Born in 1971 in Burlington, Iowa. He played for the St. Louis Rams (1998-2003), New York Giants (2004), and Arizona Cardinals (2005-2009). The Rams defeated the Tennessee Titans. Warner attended the University of Northern Iowa and played from 1998-2009 in the NFL.

35 – Ray Lewis (Super Bowl XXXV, 2001)

Born in 1975 in Bartow, Florida. He played for the Baltimore Ravens (1996-2012). The Ravens defeated the New York Giants. Lewis attended the University of Miami and played from 1996-2012 in the NFL.

36 – Tom Brady (Super Bowl XXXVI, 2002)

Born in 1977 in San Mateo, California. He played for the New England Patriots (2000-2019) and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Patriots defeated the St. Louis Rams. Brady attended the University of Michigan and has played since 2000.

37 – Dexter Jackson (Super Bowl XXXVII, 2003)

Born in 1977 in Quincy, Florida. He played for the TTampa Bay Buccaneers (1999-2002, 2004-2005, 2008-2009), Arizona Cardinals (2003), and Cincinnati Bengals (2006). The Buccaneers defeated the Oakland Raiders. Jackson attended Florida State University and played from 1999-2009 in the NFL.

38 – Tom Brady (Super Bowl XXXVIII, 2004)

Brady’s second MVP honor. The Patriots defeated the Carolina Panthers.

39 – Deion Branch (Super Bowl XXXIX, 2005)

Born in 1979 in Albany, Georgia. He played for the New England Patriots (2002-2005, 2010-2012) and Seattle Seahawks (2006-2010). The Patriots defeated the Philadelphia Eagles. Branch attended the University of Louisville and played from 2002-2012 in the NFL.

40 – Hines Ward (Super Bowl XL, 2006)

Born in 1976 in Seoul, South Korea. He played for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1998-2011). The Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks. Ward attended the University of Georgia and played from 1998-2011 in the NFL.

41 – Peyton Manning (Super Bowl XLI, 2007)

Born in 1976 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He played for the Indianapolis Colts (1998-2010) and Denver Broncos (2012-2015). The Colts defeated the Chicago Bears. Manning attended the University of Tennessee and played from 1998-2015 in the NFL.

42 – Eli Manning (Super Bowl XLII, 2008)

Born in 1981 in New Orleans, Louisiana. He played for the New York Giants (2004-2019). The Giants defeated the New England Patriots. Manning attended the University of Mississippi and played from 2004-2019 in the NFL.

43 – Santonio Holmes (Super Bowl XLIII, 2009)

Born in 1984 in Belle Glade, Florida. He played for the Pittsburgh Steelers (2006-2009), New York Jets (2010-2013), Chicago Bears (2014), and the AAF’s Salt Lake Stallions (2019). The Steelers defeated the Arizona Cardinals. Holmes attended Ohio State University and played from 2006-2014 in the NFL.

44 – Drew Brees (Super Bowl XLIV, 2010)

Born in 1979 in Austin, Texas. He played for the San Diego Chargers (2001-2005) and New Orleans Saints. The Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts. Brees attended Purdue University and has played since 2001.

45 – Aaron Rodgers (Super Bowl XLV, 2011)

Born in 1983 in Chico, California. He played for the Green Bay Packers. The Packers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers. Rodgers attended the University of California, Berkeley, and has played since 2005.

46 – Eli Manning (Super Bowl XLVI, 2012)

Eli Manning’s second MVP honor. The Giants defeated the New England Patriots.

47 – Joe Flacco (Super Bowl XLVII, 2013)

Born in 1985 in Audubon, New Jersey. He played for the Baltimore Ravens (2008-2018), Denver Broncos (2019), and New York Jets. The Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers. Flacco attended the University of Delaware and has played since 2008.

48 – Malcolm Smith (Super Bowl XLVIII, 2014)

Born in 1989 in Woodland Hills, California. He played for the Seattle Seahawks (2011-2014), Oakland Raiders (2015-2016), San Francisco 49ers (2017-2019), Jacksonville Jaguars (2020), and Cleveland Browns. The Seahawks defeated the Denver Broncos. Smith attended the University of Southern California and has played since 2011.

49 – Tom Brady (Super Bowl XLIX, 2015)

Brady’s third MVP honor. The Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks.

50 – Von Miller (Super Bowl 50, 2016)

Born in 1989 in Dallas, Texas. He played for the Denver Broncos. The Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers. Miller attended Texas A&M University and has played since 2011.

51 – Tom Brady (Super Bowl LI, 2017)

Brady’s fourth MVP honor. The Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons.

52 – Nick Foles (Super Bowl LII, 2018)

Born in 1989 in Austin, Texas. He played for the Philadelphia Eagles (2012-2014, 2017-2018), St. Louis Rams (2015), Kansas City Chiefs (2016), Jacksonville Jaguars (2019), and Chicago Bears. The Eagles defeated the New England Patriots. Foles attended the University of Arizona and has played since 2012.

53 – Julian Edelman (Super Bowl LIII, 2019)

Born in 1986 in Redwood City, California. He played for the New England Patriots (2009-2020). The Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams. Edelman attended Kent State University and played from 2009-2020.

54 – Patrick Mahomes (Super Bowl LIV, 2020)

Born in 1995 in Tyler, Texas. He has played for the Kansas City Chiefs . The Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers. Mahomes attended Texas Tech University and has played since 2017.

55 – Tom Brady (Super Bowl LV, 2021)

Born in 1977 in San Mateo, California. By 2021, Brady was playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs. This marked Brady’s fifth Super Bowl MVP honor, adding yet another accolade to his storied career. Brady attended the University of Michigan and began his NFL career in 2000 with the New England Patriots before moving to the Buccaneers in 2020.

56 – Cooper Kupp (Super Bowl LVI, 2022)

Born in 1993 in Yakima, Washington. Cooper Kupp won MVP as a Wide receiver, a position that not often wins Super Bowl MVP. By 2021, Brady was playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals.

 

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