NFL Super Bowl MVP list: Brady on the list five times

If the Bengals can beat the Tigers this Sunday, Joe Burrow will make history as the first quarterback to win both the Heisman Award and the college football championship, as well as a Super Bowl pro. If that happens, Burrow could well be the third quarterback in a row to win Super Bowl MVP.

If Burrow wins the Cheap NFL Jerseys China MVP, he’ll be on his first step in catching Brady, but there’s still a long way to go. Brady is a five-time Super Bowl MVP and is the first player in the Super Bowl. Below is the full list of all Super Bowl MVP winners.

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Super Bowl 1:

Bart Starr, quarterback, Green Bay Packers

The Packers beat the Chiefs 34-10 with two touchdowns.

Super Bowl 2:

Bart Starr, quarterback, Green Bay Packers

202 yards passing, 1 touchdown, Packers 33-14 victory over the Raiders.

Super Bowl 3:

Joe Namath, quarterback, New York Jets

206 yards passing and 0 touchdowns, the Jets beat the Colts 16-7.

Super Bowl 4:

Ryan Dawson, quarterback, Kansas City Chiefs

142 yards passing, 1 touchdown, Chiefs beat Vikings 23-7

Super Bowl 5:

Chuck Howley, linebacker, Dallas Cowboys

With two interceptions and one fumble, the Cowboys lost 13-16 to the Colts, the first time a player from the losing team was elected.

Super Bowl 6:

Roger Staubach, quarterback, Dallas Cowboys

119 yards passing, 2 touchdowns, the Cowboys 24-3 victory over the Dolphins.

Super Bowl 7:

Jake Scott, safety, Miami Dolphins

Completed 2 interceptions, the Dolphins beat Washington 14-7, the only perfect season for the NFL came to an end.

Super Bowl 8:

Larry Jonka, fullback, Miami Dolphins

33 touches for 145 yards, 2 touchdowns, Dolphins beat Vikings 24-7

Super Bowl 9:

Frank Harris, running back, Pittsburgh Steelers

158 yards rushing, 1 touchdown, Steelers beat Vikings 16-6

Super Bowl 10:

Lynn Swan, wide receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers

4 catches for 161 yards, 1 touchdown, Steelers beat Cowboys 21-17

Super Bowl 11:

Fred Biletnikov, wide receiver, Oakland Raiders

4 catches for 79 yards, Raiders beat Vikings 32-14

Super Bowl 12:

Harvey Martin, Randy White, Defensive Tackle, Dallas Cowboys

The two-man defense made 8 turnovers as the Cowboys beat the Broncos 27-10

Super Bowl 13:

Terry Bradshaw, quarterback, Pittsburgh Steelers

318 yards passing, 4 touchdowns, Steelers beat 35-31

Super Bowl 14:

Terry Bradshaw, quarterback, Pittsburgh Steelers

309 yards passing, 2 touchdowns, Steelers beat Rams 31-19

Super Bowl 15:

Jim Plunkett, quarterback, Oakland Raiders

261 yards passing, 3 touchdowns, Raiders beat Hawks 27-10

Super Bowl XVI:

Joe Montana, quarterback, San Francisco 49ers

157 yards passing, 1 touchdown, 49ers beat the Bengals 26-21

Super Bowl XVII:

John Regis, running back, Washington Redskins

166 yards rushing, 1 touchdown, Washington beat Dolphins 27-17

Super Bowl 18:

Marcus Allen, running back, Los Angeles Raiders

20 carries for 191 yards, 2 touchdowns, Raiders 38-9 victory over Washington

Super Bowl XIX:

Joe Montana, quarterback, San Francisco 49ers

313 yards passing, 3 touchdowns, 49ers beat Dolphins 38-16

Super Bowl XX:

Richard Dent, Defensive End, Chicago Bears

2 sacks, Bears beat Patriots 46-10

Super Bowl 21:

Phil Sims, quarterback, New York Giants

268 passing yards, 3 touchdowns, Giants beat Broncos 39-20

Super Bowl XXII:

Doug Williams, quarterback, Washington Redskins

340 yards passing, 4 touchdowns, Washington beat Broncos 42-10

Super Bowl 23:

Jerry Rice, wide receiver, San Francisco 49ers

11 catches for 215 yards, 1 touchdown, 49ers beat the Bengals 20-16

Super Bowl 24:

Joe Montana, quarterback, San Francisco 49ers

297 passing yards, 5 touchdowns, 49ers rout Broncos 55-10

Super Bowl 25:

Otis Anderson, running back, New York Giants

102 yards rushing, 1 touchdown, Giants beat Bills 20-19

Super Bowl 26:

Mark Ripion, quarterback, Washington Redskins

292 yards passing, 2 touchdowns, Washington beat Bills 37-24

Super Bowl 27:

Troy Aikman, quarterback, Dallas Cowboys

273 yards passing, 4 touchdowns, Cowboys rout Bills 52-17

Super Bowl 28:

Emmett Smith, running back, Dallas Cowboys

30 touches for 132 yards, 2 touchdowns, Cowboys beat Bills 30-13

Super Bowl XXIX:

Steve Young, quarterback, San Francisco 49ers

325 yards passing, 6 touchdowns, 49ers beat Lightning 49-26

Super Bowl 30:

Larry Brown, cornerback, Dallas Cowboys

2 steals, Cowboys beat Steelers 27-17

Super Bowl 31:

Desmond Howard, returner, Green Bay Packers

244 yards total return, 99 touchdowns on kickoffs, Packers beat Patriots 35-21

Super Bowl 32:

Terrell Davis, running back, Denver Broncos

30 touches for 157 yards, 3 touchdowns, Broncos beat Packers 31-24

Super Bowl 33:

John Elway, quarterback, Denver Broncos

336 yards passing, 1 touchdown, Broncos beat Falcons 34-19

Super Bowl 34:

Kurt Warner, quarterback, St. Louis Rams

414 yards passing, 2 touchdowns, Rams beat Titans 23-26

Super Bowl 35:

Ray Lewis, linebacker, Baltimore Ravens

Ravens defense dominated in 34-7 win over Giants

Super Bowl 36:

Tom Brady, quarterback, New England Patriots

145 yards passing, 1 touchdown, Patriots beat Rams 20-17

Super Bowl 37:

Dexter Jackson, cornerback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pirates beat Raiders 48-21 with two interceptions in the first half

Super Bowl 38:

Tom Brady, quarterback, New England Patriots

245 yards passing, 3 touchdowns, Patriots beat Panthers 32-29

Super Bowl 39:

Dion Blanche, wide receiver, New England Patriots

11 catches for 133 yards, Patriots beat Eagles 24-21

Super Bowl 40:

Haynes Ward, wide receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers

5 catches for 123 yards, 1 touchdown, Steelers beat Seahawks 20-10

Super Bowl 41:

Peyton Manning, quarterback, Indianapolis Colts

247 yards passing, 1 touchdown, Colts beat Bears 29-17

Super Bowl 42:

Eli Manning, quarterback, New York Giants

255 yards passing, 2 touchdowns, Giants beat Patriots 17-14

Super Bowl 43:

San Antonio Holmes, wide receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers

9 catches for 131 yards and 1 touchdown, Steelers beat Cardinals 27-23

Super Bowl 44:

Drew Brees, quarterback, New Orleans Saints

32 of 39 passes for 288 yards and 2 touchdowns, Saints beat Colts 31-17

Super Bowl 45:

Aaron Rodgers, quarterback, Green Bay Packers

24 of 39 passes for 304 yards and 3 touchdowns, Packers beat Steelers 31-25

Super Bowl 46:

Eli Manning, quarterback, New York Giants

30 of 40 passes for 297 yards and 1 touchdown, the Giants beat the Patriots 21-17

Super Bowl 47:

Joe Flacco, quarterback, Baltimore Ravens

22 of 33 passes for 287 yards and 3 touchdowns, the Ravens beat the 49ers 34-31

Super Bowl 48:

Malcolm Smith, linebacker, Seattle Seahawks

1 interception, 1 touchdown, 1 fumble, 10 tackles, the Seahawks beat the Broncos 43-8

Super Bowl 49:

Tom Brady, quarterback, New England Patriots

37 of 50 passes for 328 yards and 4 touchdowns, the Patriots beat the Seahawks 28-24

Super Bowl 50:

Von Miller, linebacker, Denver Broncos

6 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 1 broken pass, Broncos beat Panthers 24-10

Super Bowl 51:

Tom Brady, quarterback, New England Patriots

43 of 62 passes for 466 yards, 2 touchdowns, led the Patriots to beat the Falcons 34-28 in overtime, and directed the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history

Super Bowl 52:

Nick Foles, quarterback, Philadelphia Eagles

28 of 43 passes for 373 yards, 3 passing touchdowns and 1 receiving touchdown, the Eagles beat the Patriots 41-33

Super Bowl 53:

Julian Edelman, wide receiver, New England Patriots

10 catches for 141 yards, Patriots beat Rams 13-3

Super Bowl 54:

Patrick Mahomes, quarterback, Kansas City Chiefs

26 of 42 passes for 286 yards and 2 touchdowns, leading the Chiefs to score 21 points in the fourth quarter

Super Bowl 55:

Tom Brady, quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

21 of 29 passes for 301 yards, 3 touchdowns, and his 7th Super Bowl trophy