Kurt Warner won Super Bowl XXXIV but lost Super Bowl XXXVI with the St. Louis Rams, then lost Super Bowl XLIIII with the Arizona Cardinals.Craig Morton also was the starting Quarterback to lose the Super Bowl for a NFC team Dallas Cowboys in SB V and an AFC team Denver Broncos SB XII.Kurt Warner Super Bowl appearances :Super Bowl 34 (January 30, 2000) St. Louis Rams 23-16 Tennessee TitansSuper Bowl 36 (February 3, 2002) New England Patriots 20-17 St. Louis RamsSuper Bowl 43 (February 1, 2009) Pittsburgh Steelers 27-23 Arizona Cardinals
Through Super Bowl XLIV, there have been only two QB to start for two different teams. Craig Morton was the starting QB for the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V and the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XII (losing to his former team, Dallas). Kurt Warner was the starting QB for the St. Louis Rams in Superbowls XXXIV and XXXVI and also the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. The stat for most passing yards in Super Bowl games shows Kurt Warner with the top 3 slots.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have won a record six Super Bowl championships.
Jim Plunkett was the starting QB for Stanford when they won the Rose Bowl in 1970 and won two Super Bowls as starting QB with the Raiders in 1981 and 1984. Tom Brady was a backup QB for Michigan in 1998 when they won the Rose Bowl and won three Super Bowls as a starter with the Patriots. Brian Griese was the starting quarterback for the Michigan team that won the Rose Bowl and a backup on the Denver Broncos team that won the Super Bowl in 1999. There may be more but that's all I can think of.
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I think it was Joe Montana
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 through Super Bowl XLVI.
Both John Elway and Tom Brady have the most Super Bowl appearances at 5 each. Terry Bradshaw and Troy Aikman have 4 Super Bowl appearances each.
I don't know if this answers your question because he actually won the super bowl more than twice, but Tom Brady of the New England Patriots has won the super bowl twice.
The New York Giants have won four super bowls. The following quarterbacks have won a Super Bowl with the Giants: Super Bowl XXI - Phil Simms Super Bowl XXV - Jeff Hostetler Super Bowl XLII -Eli Manning Super Bowl XLVII - Eli Manning See the related link to read more.
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