Dallas loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers twice in the Super Bowl: Super Bowl IX and Super Bowl XIII.
When the Steelers lost to the Dallas Cowboys in 1995; Neil O'Donnell was the quarterback; and when the Steelers lost to the Green Bay Packers in 2011 Ben Roethlisberger was the Quarterback.
Rich Gannon. His stats in that Super Bowl (XXXVII) were 24 completions in 44 attempts for 272 yards, 2 TDs, and 5 INTs. 3 of the INTs were returned for TDs in the Raiders 48-21 loss.
As of 2015, five quarterbacks who started Super Bowls have died:Teammates Johnny Unitas and Earl Morrall, who played for the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl V, are deceased. Unitas died September 11, 2002 at the age of 69. Morrall, who relieved the injured Unitas in the Super Bowl contest, died April 25, 2014 at the age of 79. The Colts defeated the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V, 16-13. Morrall also started for the Colts in Super Bowl III, a 16-7 loss to the New York Jets.Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler, who led his team to an NFL championship in Super Bowl XI in January 1977, died of colon cancer at the age of 69 on July 8, 2015.Miami Dolphins quarterback David Woodley, who started Super Bowl XVII, died due to complications from kidney and liver failure on May 4, 2003.Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair died as a victim of a tragic murder-suicide on July 4, 2009. He started for his team in Super Bowl XXXIV, a 23-16 loss to the St. Louis Rams.In addition, Denver Broncos quarterback Norris Weese, who relieved the ineffective Craig Morton during the second half of Super Bowl XII, died of cancer on January 20, 1995.
The Dallas Cowboys defeated the Steelers 27-17 in Super Bowl XXX. It was the Steelers only Super Bowl loss.
1 in Super Bowl 36 against the Rams 3 in Super Bowl 38 against the Panthers 2 in Super Bowl 39 against the Eagles 1 in a Super Bowl loss in Super Bowl 42 against the Giants 2 in a second Super Bowl loss to the Giants in Super Bowl 46 9 TD passes in 5 Super Bowl appearances for Tom Brady
Super Bowl V (Loss) - Craig Morton Super Bowl VI (Win) - Roger Staubach Super Bowl X (Loss) - Roger Staubach Super Bowl XII (Win) - Roger Staubach (Craig Morton, Cowboy starter in SB V, was the opposing QB) Super Bowl XIII (Loss) - Roger Staubach Super Bowl XXVII (Win) - Troy Aikman Super Bowl XXVIII (Win) - Troy Aikman Super Bowl XXX (Win) - Troy Aikman
Two Super Bowl Quarterbacks have worn #13. Miami Dolphins qb Dan Marino (Super Bowl XIX, loss) ST. Louis Rams/Arizona Cardinals qb Kurt Warner (Super Bowls XXXIV - win, XXXVI - loss, XLIII - loss).
The Denver Broncos has the most super bowl losses in NFL history. Denverâ??s loss in Super Bowl XLVIII marked the fifth time the Broncos have lost the Super Bowl.
There have been 8 Super Bowls that the Steelers have played in. They have had 3 different QB's in those games. Terry Bradshaw was the starting quarterback for the Steelers dynasty in the 70's, where they won all 4 that they went to. 1975 (SB9), 1976 (SB10), 1979 (SB13) and 1980 (SB14). In 1996 (SB30), Neil O'Donnell was the quarterback for the Steelers loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Ben Roethlisberger was the quarterback for the Steelers in their wins in 2006 (SB40), 2009 (SB43) and their loss in 2011 (SB45).
16 by Tom Brady in Super Bowl 46 in a loss to the New York Giants
The last Super Bowl was in 1985 in a loss to the 49ers 16-38
They have 4 wins and 1 loss in their 5 appearances in the Super Bowl.
The Steelers have appeared in 7 Super Bowls. Their only loss in the super bowl was in 1995 to the Dallas Cowboys.
Two - Super Bowl XXX, a loss to the Cowboys and Super Bowl XL, a victory over the Seahawks.
Reggie Howard intercepted him in Super Bowl 38 agianst the Panthers and Chase Blackburn intercepted Brady in a Super Bowl 46 loss against the Giants
Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams. The Rams lost Super Bowl XIV, won Super Bowl XXXIV, and lost Super Bowl XXXVI for a record in Super Bowls of 1-2.
The Denver Broncos were defeated by the San Francisco '49ers 55-10 in Super Bowl XXIV.
No quarterback has ever won a Super Bowl with two different teams. Craig Morton started for the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V and Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XII, losing both games. He remains the only QB to lead both an NFC and AFC team to the Super Bowl. It wasn't until Super Bowl XLIII that another quarterback arrived at the Super Bowl with their second different team. In that game Kurt Warner led the Arizona Cardinals (in a losing effort) after previously leading the St. Louis Rams to Super Bowls XXXIV (win) and XXXVI (loss). Incidentally, while 5 different men have lead two different teams to the Super Bowl, no head coach has ever won Super Bowls with two different teams either. The head coaches that have led two different teams to the Super Bowl are: Don Shula (Colts and Dolphins), Dick Vermeil (Eagles and Rams), Bill Parcells (Giants and Patriots), Dan Reeves (Broncos and Falcons), and Mike Holmgren (Packers and Seahawks). All 5 coaches have Super Bowl rings. Shula, Vermeil, Parcells, and Holmgren got their rings by winning the Super Bowl as head coach, while Reeves got his ring playing for Dallas (Super Bowl VI champion).
None. The Atlanta Falcons' only Super Bowl appearance was a 34-19 loss to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXXIII in Miami on January 31, 1999.
In the 2007 Super Bowl, or Super Bowl XLII, the Patriots suffered their only loss of the season to the New York Giants, 17-14.
Against the Buckineers in 2002