George Siefert, San Francisco 49ers, won Super Bowl XXIV as a rookie head coach.
Don McCafferty, Baltimore Colts, won Super Bowl V as a rookie head coach.
Jim Caldwell of the Indianapolis Colts will bring his team to Super Bowl XLIV as a rookie head coach.
Bill Callahan, Oakland Raiders, lost Super Bowl XXXVII to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Red Miller, Denver Broncos, lost Super Bowl XII to Dallas.
Two quarterbacks meet this criteria.
Tom Brady, 2000 rookie season; 2001 first year as starter lead the New England Patriots to victory over the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI.
It depends on ones definition of an NFL rookie. Its largely agreed that after your firstyear in the NFL, a QB losses his rookie status. In that case, Kurt Warner won the 1999 Super Bowl for the St. Louis Rams during his first as starting QB for the Rams.
Within that same standard, 1981 was Joe Montanas first year as the starting QB for the San Francisco 49'ers and ending the season with a 13-3 record. Joe not only took the 49ers to their first Super Bowl in his first year as a starting QB, Joe won the 1981 Super Bowl.
No rookie quarterback has ever gone to the Super Bowl.
Not a single rookie QB has ever led his team to the superbowl.
Kurt Warner was the only rookie quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl.
Kurt Warner won as a rookie with the Rams
No rookie Quarterback has ever competed in the Superr bowl as a starter.
No rookie quarterback has ever started in a Super Bowl game.
No rookie quarterback has ever started or won a Super Bowl. San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick won't change that statistic because he is a second-year player. Kaepernick was a second-round draft pick the 49ers in 2011. As a rookie, he saw limited action as a backup to quarterback Alex Smith.
Through Super Bowl XLIII, no.
No rookie starting quarterback has ever taken their team to the Super Bowl. Four rookie quarterbacks have made the Championship game (Joe Flacco, Ben Roethlisberger, Mark Sanchez, Shaun King) but all have failed to lead their respective teams to the NFL's promised land.
No. The Hall of Fame quarterback never played on a Super Bowl team.
Yes, he was. On February 5, 2006, Ben Roethlisberger, at age 23, became the youngest quarterback to ever win the Super Bowl.
yes with the oakalnd raiders
There hasn't ever been another quarterback in a Super Bowl besides those two.
Through Super Bowl XLII, no quarterback has ever won three Super Bowls in a row.
Doug Williams won Super Bowl XXII (1987-88 season) with the Washington Redskins to become the first and only black quarterback to play in and win a Super Bowl (Steve McNair and Donovan McNabb have played in Super Bowls, but neither won)