No quarterback has won the Super Bowl as a starter on two different teams.
The Washington Redskins, the Green Bay Packers and the New York Giants have all won three Super Bowls with three different quarterbacks.
Craig Morten and Kurt Warner
No team has ever won super bowls with four different quarterbacks. In fact, only three teams have even won four super bowls: Pittsburgh, San Fransisco, and Dallas. No team has ever won super bowls with more than two quarterbacks. The Steelers won four with Terry Bradshaw and two with Ben Roethlisberger. 49ers won four with Joe Montana and one with Steve Young. The Cowboys won two with Roger Staubauch and three with Troy Aikman.
i think Kurt waner led 2 temes to a superbowl
Kerry Collins, Kurt warner, Fran tarkington, Craig morton
Giants and Redskins
Ken Norton, Jr.
Through Super Bowl XLV, 2 QBs have started for two teams ... 1) Craig Morton - Super Bowl V for the Cowboys and Super Bowl XII for the Broncos. 2) Kurt Warner - Super Bowls XXXIV and XXXVI for the Rams and Super Bowl XLIII for the Cardinals.
The Cowboys and the 49ers each won 5 Super Bowls. The Steelers have won 6 Super Bowls.
2 (Craig Morton and Kurt Warner)
Pittsburgh Steelers have won 6 Super Bowls
No starter has ever won a Super bowl with 2 different teams.
The teams that have won 5 super bowls are the San Fransisco 49ers, the Dallas Cowboys and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Two teams have won three Super Bowls in four years: 1) Dallas Cowboys - Super Bowls XXVII, XXVIII, and XXX 2) New England Patriots - Super Bowls XXXVI, XXXVIII, and XXXIX
There are dozens of quarterbacks that have started playoff games with different teams. Two are Brett Favre and Chad Pennington.