Most Valuable Player
Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Award was created in 1967.
Joe Montana of the San Francisco 49ers was named Most Valuable Player of Super Bowls XVI, XIX and XXIV.
Joe Montana was the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowls XVI, XIX and XXIV.
The MVP award is given to the player who is considered to have played the best in a sports game. It's typically associated with American football, particularly during the Super Bowl. MVP stands for "most valuable player."
The Steelers won Super Bowls XIII & XIV. The most valuable player in both Super Bowls was Terry Bradshaw.
He won the award in Super Bowl XXIX in 1995