NFL History: All Super Bowl MVPs - bdsthanhhoavn.com

NFL History: All Super Bowl MVPs

Year Super Bowl Winner 1967 I Bart Starr, quarterback, Green Bay Packers 1968 II Bart Starr, quarterback, Green Bay Packers 1969 III Joe Namath, quarterback, New York Jets 1970 IV Len Dawson, quarterback, Kansas City Chiefs 1971 V Chuck Howley, linebacker, Dallas Cowboys 1972 VI Roger Staubach, quarterback, Dallas Cowboys 1973 VII Jake Scott, safety, Miami Dolphins 1974 VIII Larry Csonka, running back, Miami Dolphins 1975 IX Franco Harris, running back, Pittsburgh Steelers 1976 X Lynn Swann, wide receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers 1977 XI Fred Biletnikoff, wide receiver, Oakland Raiders 1978 XII Harvey Martin, defensive end – Dallas Cowboys
Randy White, defensive tackle – Dallas Cowboys 1979 XIII Terry Bradshaw, quarterback, Pittsburgh Steelers 1980 XIV Terry Bradshaw, quarterback, Pittsburgh Steelers 1981 XV Jim Plunkett, quarterback, Oakland Raiders 1982 XVI Joe Montana, quarterback, San Francisco 49ers 1983 XVII John Riggins, running back, Washington 1984 XVIII Marcus Allen, running back, Los Angeles Raiders 1985 XIX Joe Montana, quarterback, San Francisco 49ers 1986 XX Richard Dent, defensive end, Chicago Bears 1987 XXI Phil Simms, quarterback, New York Giants 1988 XXII Doug Williams, quarterback, Washington 1989 XXIII Jerry Rice, wide receiver, San Francisco 49ers 1990 XXIV Joe Montana, quarterback, San Francisco 49ers 1991 XXV Ottis Anderson, running back, New York Giants 1992 XXVI Mark Rypien, quarterback, Washington 1993 XXVII Troy Aikman, quarterback, Dallas Cowboys 1994 XXVIII Emmitt Smith, running back, Dallas Cowboys 1995 XXIX Steve Young, quarterback, San Francisco 49ers 1996 XXX Larry Brown, cornerback, Dallas Cowboys 1997 XXXI Desmond Howard, kick returner/punt returner, Green Bay Packers 1998 XXXII Terrell Davis, running back, Denver Broncos 1999 XXXIII John Elway, quarterback, Denver Broncos 2000 XXXIV Kurt Warner, quarterback, Los Angeles Rams 2001 XXXV Ray Lewis, linebacker, Baltimore Ravens 2002 XXXVI Tom Brady, quarterback, New England Patriots 2003 XXXVII Dexter Jackson, safety, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2004 XXXVIII Tom Brady, quarterback, New England Patriots 2005 XXXIX Deion Branch, wide receiver, New England Patriots 2006 XL Hines Ward, wide receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers 2007 XLI Peyton Manning, quarterback, Indianapolis Colts 2008 XLII Eli Manning, quarterback, New York Giants 2009 XLIII Santonio Holmes, wide receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers 2010 XLIV Drew Brees, quarterback, New Orleans Saints 2011 XLV Aaron Rodgers, quarterback, Green Bay Packers 2012 XLVI Eli Manning, quarterback, New York Giants 2013 XLVII Joe Flacco, quarterback, Baltimore Ravens 2014 XLVIII Malcolm Smith, linebacker, Seattle Seahawks 2015 XLIX Tom Brady, quarterback, New England Patriots 2016 50 Von Miller, linebacker, Denver Broncos 2017 LI Tom Brady, quarterback, New England Patriots 2018 LII Nick Foles, quarterback, Philadelphia Eagles 2019 LIII Julian Edelman, wide receiver, New England Patriots 2020 LIV Patrick Mahomes, quarterback, Kansas City Chiefs 2021 LV Tom Brady, quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2022 LVI Cooper Kupp, wide receiver, Los Angeles Rams

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