Through Super Bowl XLIV, that is Tom Brady of the New England Patriots who completed 32 passes in Super Bowl XXXVIII, a Patriots 32-29 victory over the Carolina Panthers and Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints who completed 32 passes in Super Bowl XLIV, a Saints 31-17 victory over the Indianapolis Colts.
The record (through 2010) is 32 completions, held by Tom Brady of the New England Patriots (Super Bowl XXXVIII), and Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints (Super Bowl XLIV). Brady's completions were for more yards, 354, compared to Brees with 288.
Tom Brady in Super Bowl 46. The record stands at 16
Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 7 games, 207 completions.
Tom Brady, the Quarterback of the New England Patriots, holds the record for most completions in a Super Bowl. Brady had 32 pass completions in Super Bowl XXXVIII versus the Carolina Panthers. The Patriots won the game 32-29.
Steve Young - Super Bowl XXIX (1994 season)
Phil Simms of the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXI (22 completions in 25 pass attempts).
No, because no rookie quarterback has been to the super bowl.
Highest completion percentage in a post season game (92.86% January 12, 2008), most passing touchdowns in a season (50 in 2007), most completions in a Super Bowl (32 in Super Bowl XXXVIII), most completions in a Super Bowl career (100), and is one of only three others to win multiple Super Bowl MVP's (Joe Montana has 3, Bart Starr has 2, and Terry Bradshaw has 2).
The Cowboys quarterback was Roger Staubach.
Through Super Bowl XLIV, that is Tom Brady of the Patriots with 155. John Elway of the Broncos is second with 152.
The Dallas quarterback with the most interceptions in a career thrown in the super bowl is Roger Staubach with 4.