Super Bowl MVPs Quiz

Can you name the players who have been named MVP of the Super Bowl?
Year corresponds to the regular season
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Last updated: February 2, 2020
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Year
Team
MVP
2019
Chiefs
Patrick Mahomes
2018
Patriots
Julian Edelman
2017
Eagles
Nick Foles
2016
Patriots
Tom Brady
2015
Broncos
Von Miller
2014
Patriots
Tom Brady
2013
Seahawks
Malcolm Smith
2012
Ravens
Joe Flacco
2011
Giants
Eli Manning
2010
Packers
Aaron Rodgers
2009
Saints
Drew Brees
2008
Steelers
Santonio Holmes
2007
Giants
Eli Manning
2006
Colts
Peyton Manning
2005
Steelers
Hines Ward
2004
Patriots
Deion Branch
2003
Patriots
Tom Brady
2002
Bucs
Dexter Jackson
2001
Patriots
Tom Brady
Year
Team
MVP
2000
Ravens
Ray Lewis
1999
Rams
Kurt Warner
1998
Broncos
John Elway
1997
Broncos
Terrell Davis
1996
Packers
Desmond Howard
1995
Cowboys
Larry Brown
1994
49ers
Steve Young
1993
Cowboys
Emmitt Smith
1992
Cowboys
Troy Aikman
1991
Redskins
Mark Rypien
1990
Giants
Ottis Anderson
1989
49ers
Joe Montana
1988
49ers
Jerry Rice
1987
Redskins
Doug Williams
1986
Giants
Phil Simms
1985
Bears
Richard Dent
1984
49ers
Joe Montana
1983
Raiders
Marcus Allen
Year
Team
MVP
1982
Redskins
John Riggins
1981
49ers
Joe Montana
1980
Raiders
Jim Plunkett
1979
Steelers
Terry Bradshaw
1978
Steelers
Terry Bradshaw
1977
Cowboys
Harvey Martin
Randy White
1976
Raiders
Fred Biletnikoff
1975
Steelers
Lynn Swann
1974
Steelers
Franco Harris
1973
Dolphins
Larry Csonka
1972
Dolphins
Jake Scott
1971
Cowboys
Roger Staubach
1970
Cowboys
Chuck Howley
1969
Chiefs
Len Dawson
1968
Jets
Joe Namath
1967
Packers
Bart Starr
1966
Packers
Bart Starr
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Level 21
Sep 28, 2012
Cowboys 1977 was it not Harvey Martin&Randy White?
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Level 58
Sep 28, 2012
Yes it was. They were the only co-MVPs to date.
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Level ∞
Feb 4, 2013
Fixed! Also updated for Super Bowl XLVII.
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Level 64
Feb 13, 2013
Someday Colin Kaepernick will be on this list. I guaranteee it.
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Level 40
May 29, 2013
whatver you say Joe Namath
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Level ∞
Feb 2, 2015
Looking a lot less likely with Harbaugh gone.
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Level 83
Aug 1, 2016
He's got to get on the field first. So much can change in a couple years, right?
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Level 62
Oct 8, 2018
Your comment did not age very well.
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Level 23
May 15, 2020
MVP for kneeling
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Level 32
Jan 15, 2016
Celticcougar65 is clearly no prophet
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Level 75
Feb 13, 2018
Why are some of the contiguous years combined (like the Cowboys) but others aren't (like the Steelers)?
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Level 85
Feb 16, 2018
1977 was a co-MVP situation. That's the only reason it's combined.
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Level 20
Mar 28, 2018
In 1970 The colts one the superbowl with johnny unitas
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Level ∞
Feb 3, 2019
Yep, and they gave the MVP to Chuck Howley of the Cowboys. It's the only Super Bowl MVP awarded to a player on the losing team.
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Level 78
Dec 8, 2019
The Colts committed 7 turnovers (3 INTs and 4 fumbles) and Unitas went 3-of-9 for 88 yards, with 1 TD (a poorly-thrown pass that was deflected by 2 players before landing in John Mackey's hands, who then ran for a 75-yard Colts TD) and 2 interceptions before getting knocked out of the game midway through the 2nd quarter with a rib injury. Earl Morrall finished the game, going 7-for-15 with 147 yards and 1 interception. The Colts leading rusher ran for only 33 yards on 10 carries.

Chuck Howley had 2 interceptions for Dallas, so he basically won the MVP award by default.

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Level 88
Mar 26, 2020
Sounds like they needed an award for the Least Embarrassing Player...
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Level 26
Jun 23, 2020
Where's Bob Griese!!!!