Terry Bradshaw was the Steelers starting quarterback in Super Bowl IX. It was the teams first ever Super Bowl appearance.
No the Jets vs. the Packers would be the first time ever
The Green Bay Packers won the first ever super bowl in 1966.
The Cardinals' first Super Bowl is Super Bowl XLIII in 2009.
No ... should the Packers and Jets win their respective conference championship games, Super Bowl XLV would be the first where two wildcard teams were the participants.
Yes, through Super Bowl XLIV 9 teams have won the Super Bowl in their first appearance: 1) Green Bay Packers - Super Bowl I (obvious since it was the first ever Super Bowl). 2) New York Jets - Super Bowl III 3) Pittsburgh Steelers - Super Bowl IX. 4) San Francisco 49ers - Super Bowl XVI. 5) Chicago Bears - Super Bowl XX. 6) New York Giants - Super Bowl XXI. 7) Baltimore Ravens - Super Bowl XXXV. 8) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Super Bowl XXXVII. 9) New Orleans Saints - Super Bowl XLIV There have been 19 teams that lost the Super Bowl in their first appearance.
No, not only did Archie Manning not win a Super Bowl but none of the teams he played for ever made the playoffs.
No starter has ever won a Super bowl with 2 different teams.
No quarterback has ever won the Super Bowl for two different teams. The only starting quarterback to make it to the Super Bowl on different teams was Craig Morton. He was the starting qb for the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V and for the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XII.
Not so far... but Kurt Warner may be the first.
The chances of the Lions ever winning a Super Bowl are the same as any teams chances statistically speaking. There is always hope!