The only player to win the Super Bowl MVP and not win the Super bowl was Chuck Howley of the Dallas Cowboys in the 1971 Super Bowl against the Colts.
Linebacker Chuck Howley of the Dallas Cowboys was the MVP of Super Bowl V and the only player to be named MVP from a losing team.
Super Bowl V: Chuck Howley of the Cowboys won the MVP Award. This was the 1st and only time a player on the losing team won the MVP Award in the Super Bowl.
The first Cowboys player to win the Super Bowl MVP award was linebacker Chuck Howley who won the award in Super Bowl V. The Cowboys lost that Super Bowl to the Baltimore Colts 16-13. Howley is the only player in Super Bowl history to be from a losing team and be awarded MVP of the game. The Cowboys first Super Bowl was SB V in 1971 and the MVP was linebacker Chuck Howley. Howley is the only player in Super Bowl history to be named MVP from the losing team.
The only player to win the Super Bowl MVP award three times would be Joe Montana in 82,85 and 90
The Super Bowl MVP of that game was Otis Anderson.
John Elway of the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXXIII.
Yes Linebacker Chuck Howley of the Dallas Cowboys is the only player from a losing team to be named MVP of the Super Bowl.
The super bowl MVP MUST play in the super bowl for them to be the Super Bowl MVP
MVP - Most Valuable Player.
Super Bowl XXVI MVP Mark Rypien of the Washington Redskins was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.