Numerous quarterbacks have earned two Super Bowl rings, including a multitude of backup quarterbacks. For example, Cliff Stoudt of the Pittsburgh Steelers earned two Super Bowl rings before he actually played a down in an actual NFL game. Also, Jim McMahon, who was a key player in the Chicago Bears' victory in Super Bowl XX, also earned a ring as a backup to Green Bay's Brett Favre in Super Bowl XXXI.
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As of the 2007 season, only Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw have won four Super Bowl rings.
Two black quarterbacks have won Super Bowl Rings as starters, Doug Williams and Russell Wilson.
Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw.
Washington Redskin Quarterbacks who have won Super Bowl Rings are:Joe Theismann - Super Bowl XVIIDoug Williams - Super Bowl XXIIMark Rypien - Super Bowl XXVI
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Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw with 4 each.
1 Doug Williams with Washington Redskins
Favre was the backup for that season behind Don Majkowski who was injured that same season. Favre was brought in and became the starter from that point on.
For a QB that was truly a backup (second string), that would be Earl Morrall who was second string for the 1970 Baltimore Colts that won Super Bowl V and the 1972 and 1973 Miami Dolphins who won Super Bowls VII and VIII. Morrall started 11 games (9 regular season, 2 playoff) in the 1972 season when Bob Griese went down with leg and ankle injuries but went back to second string when Griese was declared the starter for the Super Bowl. Morrall also took over for John Unitas in Super Bowl V when Unitas went down with a rib injury. Many QBs have won two rings as a backup. Steve Young of the San Francisco 49ers won rings in Super Bowls XXIII and XXIV as a backup and Super Bowl XXIX as a starter. Zeke Bratkowski of the Green Bay Packers won rings in Super Bowls I and II. Joe Gilliam and Terry Hanratty of the Pittsburgh Steelers won rings as backups in Super Bowls IX and X. Cliff Stoudt and Mike Kruczek won rings as backups for the Steelers in Super Bowls XIII and XIV. Jason Garrett of the Dallas Cowboys won rings as a backup in Super Bowls XXVIII and XXX. Gary Kubiak of the Denver Broncos won rings as a backup in Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII. Rohan Davey of the New England Patriots won rings as a backup in Super Bowls XXXVIII and XXXIX.
Some NFL quarterbacks who have won Super Bowl rings are Bart Starr, Bob Griese, Joe Montana, and Joe Namath. Also on the list are Terry Bradshaw, Steve Young, Ken Stabler, and John Elway. Additional quarterbacks with Super Bowl wins are Joe Flacco, Troy Aikman, Brett Favre, Eli Manning, Peyton Manning, and Tom Brady.
There are only two starting quarterbacks with 4 rings. Terry Bradshaw (IX, X, XIII & XIV) and Joe Montana (XVI, XIX, XXIII & XXIV).
Joe Montana was the starting QB for four Super Bowl wins and Steve Young was the starting QB for one Super Bowl win.
If you mean starting quarterbacks, Doug Williams of the Washington Redskins and Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks.
Through Super Bowl XLIII, 2 have won rings as starters ... Joe Montana of the 49ers and Joe Theismann of the Redskins.Terry Hanratty won as a backup for the Steelers and Steve Beuerlein won as a backup for the Cowboys.
Tom Brady started his career as a back up and now has 3 Super Bowl Championships
1, as backup to Brad Johnson on the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers that won Super Bowl XXXVII.