Joe Montana has 3 Super Bowl MVPs.
Joe Montana (3)
Through Super Bowl XLIII, odds are a quarterback will be named MVP of the Super Bowl. 22 MVPs were quarterbacks 7 MVPs were running backs 6 MVPs were wide receivers 3 MVPs were defensive linemen 2 MVPs were safeties 2 MVPs were linebackers 1 MVP was a cornerback 1 MVP was a kick returner Though there have been 43 Super Bowls, there have been 44 Super Bowl MVPs. This is because there was a tie in the voting for MVP in Super Bowl XII, therefore, two players were awarded the MVP. Both players were defensive linemen.
Joe Montana of the San Francisco 49ers won three Super Bowl Most Valuable Player awards for his performances in Super Bowls XVI, XIX and XXIV. The team with the most Super Bowl MVPs is the Dallas Cowboys, who produced seven in eight appearances.
Yes, in 1978 Harvey Martin (Defensive End) and Randy White (Defensive Tackle) of the Dallas Cowboys were named Super Bowl XII Co-MVP's.
Most Super Bowl MVPs (3).
The only brothers to win Super Bowl MVPs are Peyton and Eli Manning, who each won one.
Brees hasnt won any NFL MVPs but he HAS won a Super Bowl MVP (Super Bowl XLIV)
Defensive Linemen Randy White and Harvey Martin of the Dallas Cowboys were named Co-MVPs of Super Bowl XII. This was the only time in Super Bowl history when Co-MVPs were named.
Tom Brady of the New England Patriots won four Super Bowl Most Valuable Player awards. Joe Montana of the San Francisco 49ers had three.
Dallas Cowboys defensive linemen Randy White and Harvey Martin were co MVPs of Super Bowl XII.
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Harvey Martin & Randy While, Super Bowl XII
2 Super Bowl MVPs (2001-2002 and 2003-2004) and 2 NFL MVPs (2007 and 2010)
Wide receiver Hines Ward. Check out the link referenced below in "related links" to see the complete list of Super Bowl MVPs and find out the other Steelers Super Bowl MVPs.
Joe Montana of the 49ers
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana, who was named Most Valuable Player of Super Bowls XVI, XIX and XXIV.
3 MVPs and a super bowl ring
Quarterback (25 of 46).
Joe Namath (Super Bowl III), who instead signed with the Jets of the American Football League and Ottis Anderson (Super Bowl XV).