Their last super bowl win was in 1995 with Steve Young as quarter back
Steve Young was a backup to Joe Montana for Super Bowls XXIII and XXIV and the starting QB for the 49ers in SB XXIX.
Threw 6 TDs, named Most Valuable Player, Super Bowl XXIX.
Joe Montana was the starting QB for four Super Bowl wins and Steve Young was the starting QB for one Super Bowl win.
As of Super Bowl XLII, that would be Steve Young of the San Francisco 49ers in Supe Bowl XXIX.
Joe Montana and Steve Young.
Kenny 'The Snake' Stabler - Oakland Raiders, Super Bowl XI Steve Young - San Francisco 49ers, Super Bowl XXIX
No, he did not.
As of the 2007 season, there have been only two left handed QBs to start and win a Super Bowl. They were Ken Stabler of the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XI and Steve Young of the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XXIX.
Steve Young was a member of three Super Bowl teams with the San Francisco 49ers. But his only win as a starting quarterback was Super Bowl XXIX, in which the Niners dismantled the San Diego Chargers, 49-26. Young threw a record six touchdowns in the game and was named Most Valuable Player.
Doug Williams and Steve Young.
He won in 1994.
Brad Johnson.But Doug Williams(Redskins)Steve Young(San Francisco)Trent Dilfer(Ravens) went on to win the Super Bowl on other teams.
Antser Joe Montana won 4 and Steve Young won 2
Yes. He was the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XXIX. He threw six touchdowns passes in the San Francisco 49ers' 49-26 victory over the San Diego Chargers.
In Super Bowl XXIX, the San Francisco 49ers quarterback Steve Young threw a record-breaking 6 touchdowns for a 49-26 win over the San Diego Chargers.
Yes, they did win the super bowl. In 2009!
The only player to win the Super Bowl MVP and not win the Super bowl was Chuck Howley of the Dallas Cowboys in the 1971 Super Bowl against the Colts.
Cowboys. The Cowboys first Super Bowl win was Super Bowl VI and the Steelers first Super Bowl win was Super Bowl IX.
The Colts first Super Bowl win was as the Baltimore Colts in 1971. It was the fifth Super Bowl or Super Bowl V(5).