2 ... Super Bowls VI against the Dolphins and XII against the Broncos.
Roger Staubach, Paul Hornung , Tony Dorsett , Marcus Allen, Desmond Howard , Charles Woodson, Reggie Bush
Craig morton # 14 super bowl v roger staubach # 12 super bowl vi, x, xii, xiii troy aikman # 8 super bowl xxvii, xxxviii, xxx
Roger Staubach won the Super Bowl with the Dallas Cowboys Jimmy Carter won the Presidential election in 1976
Terry Bradshaw has won four Super Bowl rings (IX, X, XIII, XIV), while Roger Staubach has won two (VI, XII).
Quarterback Roger Staubach of the Dallas Cowboys was the MVP of Super Bowl VI.
Quaterback Roger Staubach was the first offensive Super Bowl MVP.
Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman.
Yes, Super Bowl VI against the Miami Dolphins and Super Bowl XII against the Denver Broncos.
Through Super Bowl XLIII, there has not been more than two Heisman winners on Super Bowl rosters for any game. 1) Super Bowl I - Paul Hornung of the Packers (1956, Notre Dame) and Mike Garrett of the Chiefs (1965, USC). Hornung did not play in Super Bowl I. 2) Super Bowl XII - Roger Staubach of the Cowboys (1963, Navy) and Tony Dorsett of the Cowboys (1976, Pittsburgh). 3) Super Bowl XIII - Roger Staubach of the Cowboys (1963, Navy) and Tony Dorsett of the Cowboys (1976, Pittsburgh). 4) Super Bowl XVIII - Jim Plunkett of the Raiders (1970, Stanford) and Marcus Allen of the Raiders (1981, USC). Other Super Bowls that had Heisman winners on rosters: 1) Super Bowl II - Billy Cannon of the Raiders (1959, LSU). 2) Super Bowl IV - Mike Garrett 3) Super Bowl V - Roger Staubach 4) Super Bowl VI - Roger Staubach 5) Super Bowl X - Roger Staubach 6) Super Bowl XIII - Roger Staubach 7) Super Bowl XV - Jim Plunkett 8) Super Bowl XXII - George Rogers of the Redskins (1980, South Carolina). 9) Super Bowl XXXI - Desmond Howard of the Packers (1991, Michigan). 10) Super Bowl XXXIV - Eddie George of the Titans (1995, Ohio State). 11) Super Bowl XXXV - Ron Dayne of the Giants (1999, Wisconsin). 12) Super Bowl XXXVII - Charles Woodson of the Raiders (1997, Michigan).