Not sure if you mean the Super Bowl played in 2006 (Super Bowl XL) or the Super Bowl of the 2006 NFL Season (Super Bowl XLI). Regardless, here's the information for both games Super Bowl XL
Seattle Seahawks - 10 (Matt Hasselbeck, Boston College)
Location: Ford Field, Detroit MI
MVP: Hines Ward, WR, Pittsburgh
PIT - Bill Cowher
SEA - Mike Holmgren Super Bowl XLI
Indianapolis Colts - 29 (Peyton Manning, University of Tennessee)
Chicago Bears - 17 (Rex Grossman, University of Florida)
Location: Dolphin Stadium, Miami, FL
MVP: Peton Manning, QB, Indianapolis
IND - Tony Dungy
CHI - Lovie Smith
Craig Morton quarterbacked the Cowboys in Super Bowl V.
For their first Super Bowl, Trent Dilfer quarterbacked the Ravens. For their second Super Bowl, Joe Flacco quarterbacked the Ravens.
Bart Starr was named MVP of Super Bowls 1 and 2.
Troy Aikman, Dallas Cowboys and Jim Kelley, Buffalo Bills. Cowboys won!
To date, the only black QB to win a Super Bowl is Doug Williams of the Washington Redskins (MVP of Super Bowl XXII). However, Williams was not the only black quarterback to play in the Super Bowl. Donovan McNabb quarterbacked the Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX but lost to the Patriots.
Brad Johnson was the quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2002 when they won the Superbowl.
The New York Jets, quarterbacked by Joe Namath, defeated the Baltimore Colts 16-7 in Super Bowl 3 (1/12/69). This was the first Super Bowl won by an AFL team, and the first game called the Super Bowl (the first four Super Bowls preceded the official merger of leagues in 1970 and were called The AFL-NFL World Championship).
The Washington Redskins have won Super Bowl championships with three different quarterbacks at the helm:Joe Theismann in Super Bowl XVII (1-30-83) -- Washington 27, Miami 17.Doug Williams in Super Bowl XXII (1-31-88) -- Washington 42, Denver Broncos 10.Mark Rypien in Super Bowl XXVI (1-26-92) -- Washington 37, Buffalo Bills 24.
For the Colts, Jonny Unitas (aged 37 at the time), but he was injured in the second quarter and replaced by Earl Morrall.For the Cowboys, Craig Morton (Roger Staubach controversially being made his backup).
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