As of Super Bowl XLII, that would be Joe Montana of the San Francisco 49ers who threw 36 passes in Super Bowl XXIII against the Cincinnati Bengals without an interception. Additionally, Montana never threw an interception in the four Super Bowls he played in. He threw 122 total passes in the four Super Bowl games without throwing an intereption. Drew Brees broke Joe Montana's record in Super Bowl 44 as he threw 39 passes without an interception.
In Super Bowl XLII on February 3, 2008, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady completed 28 passes in 48 attempts without an interception. But the Patriots lost the Super Bowl to the New York Giants, 17-14.
The colts. Manning threw a interception that went for a touchdown in the 4th quarter.
That is Joe Montana who threw 0 interceptions in 122 Super Bowl passes.
Neil O'Donnell threw 3 INT's. 2 of which cost the Steelers the game.
Jay Cutler last year against the 49ers who had 6 interceptions; and they still almost won, but Cutler threw a interception on the last drive.
really freaking loud and that is why Bret Favre screwed up and threw an interception.
Bob Lee was an NFL quarterback who played in two Super Bowls and threw a touchdown pass in Super Bowl XI.
Craig Morton was the starting quarterback in two Super Bowl losses -- both involving the Dallas Cowboys. As a member of the Cowboys in Super Bowl V, he threw a key interception that enabled the Baltimore Colts to kick the winning field goal for a 16-13 victory in Miami. As the Denver Broncos quarterback in Super Bowl XII, Morton was pounded by the Doomsday II defense of the Cowboys, forcing him to give way to backup QB Norris Weese in the second half. The Cowboys won 27-10 in New Orleans.