Kurt Warner with 414 yards in Super Bowl XXXlV.
Kurt Warner owns the record for most passing yards in a single Super Bowl game (414 yards vs. Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV, which made him the only QB to pass for 400+ yards in the Super Bowl)
Bob Griese of the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins lost Super Bowl VI and Griese had 134 passing yards. The Dolphins won Super Bowl VII with Griese passing for 88 yards and Super Bowl VIII when Griese had 73 passing yards. It should be noted that Griese threw only 11 passes (completing 8) in Super Bowl VII and only 7 passes (completing 6) in Super Bowl VIII. The Dolphins rushed for 184 yards in SB VII and 196 yards in SB VIII.
In Super Bowl XLVII, played on February 3, 2013, Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers passed for the most yards (302).The MVP was Joe Flacco, who was the quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens, he passed for 287 yards.
Peyton Manning was 31-45 for 333 yards compared to Drew Brees' 32-39 for 288 yards.
That was Kurt Warner of the St Louis Rams who threw for 4,353 yards in the 1999 regular season and was the starting QB for the Super Bowl XXXIV winners.
296 passing yards.
Most passing yards in Super Bowl history: Single game - Kurt Warner, 414 yards, Super Bowl XXXIV Career - Kurt Warner, 1,156 yards (3 appearances)