Terry Bradshaw & Jim Kelly
4 (Terry Bradshaw, Joe Montana,Troy Aikman, and Tom Brady)
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.
Tom Brady has won 6 Super Bowls. 2 more than any other Quarterback in history.
As of Super Bowl XLVI: 1) Craig Morten - Super Bowls V (Cowboys) and XII (Broncos) 2) Fran Tarkenton - Super Bowls VIII, IX, and XI (Vikings) 3) Roger Staubach - Super Bowls X and XIII (Cowboys) 4) John Elway - Super Bowls XXI, XXII, and XXIV (Broncos) 5) Jim Kelly - Super Bowls XXV, XXVI, XXVII, and XXVIII (Bills) 6) Tom Brady - Super Bowls XLII and XLVI All of the above were starting quarterbacks. There may be some backups who have also been on more than one losing Super Bowl team.
No. The only Super Bowl teams to appear in three or more consecutive Super Bowls were the Miami Dolphins (Super Bowls VI, VII and VIII) and the Buffalo Bills (Super Bowls XXV, XXVI, XXVII and XXVIII).
2. Tom Brady and Jim Plunkett.
Plunkett, Brady, Montana, Bradshaw, Aikman, starr, Stauback, Griese, Elway and now Roethisberger
The Packers.....The Packers have won three Super Bowls and the Bears have won one Super Bowl in 1985 when they beat the Patriots.