Click on the 'Super Bowl Starting QBs' link on this page to see the quarterbacks who started for their team in the Super Bowl.
1, Doug Williams, Washington Redskins Super Bowl 22
No two 6 seeds have ever faced each other in the Super Bowl.
It has never happened in Super Bowl history.
Not a single rookie QB has ever led his team to the superbowl.
No starter has ever won a Super bowl with 2 different teams.
The shortest quarterbacks to ever win a Super Bowl were all six feet tall. They are:Len Dawson, Kansas City Chiefs, Super Bowl IVJoe Theismann, Washington Redskins, Super Bowl XVIIDrew Brees, New Orleans Saints, Super Bowl XLIV
No brothers have ever faced each other in the Super Bowl. There have been 18 sets of brothers to play in the Super Bowl, one set having three brothers, but none have ever faced each other. Only 2 sets have played in the same Super Bowl but were on the same team. The Blackwood's with the Dolphins in 83 and 85, and the Griffin's with the Bengals in 82. Keith and Jim Fahnhorst were both on the 49ers in Super Bowl 85 but Jim was inactive for the game.
Before the 2009-10 season, the Saints had never before played in the Super Bowl, so the answer would be 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.
While no true rookie quarterback has ever reached the Super Bowl, two quarterbacks have taken their teams all the way and won Super Bowls their first years as starters. This feat was first accomplished by Kurt Warner of the St. Louis Rams, followed by Tom Brady of the New England Patriots.
No, the Super Bowl has not ever been held in Foxboro.