Super Bowl MVP

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The Super Bowl MVP or Super Bowl Most Valuable Player ( German  most valuable player in the Super Bowl ) is an award that is awarded every year following the Super Bowl , the final of the US National Football League (NFL). The player who, in the opinion of a jury, probably has the largest share in the respective game result is selected. The jury is made up of media representatives. For several years now, viewers have also had the opportunity to influence the award. Via internet voting, their overall share in the decision is 20%, the remaining 80% remain with the media representatives. Since 1991, the award has been named after former NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle Pete Rozelle Trophy .

The winners of the MVP award come almost exclusively from the ranks of the winning teams. Chuck Howley is the only MVP from an underdog - the Dallas Cowboys lost 13:16 in Super Bowl V to the Baltimore Colts . So far 41 offensive players, but only 10 defensive players have been awarded.

The following list shows the previous winners of the award. The most successful player is Tom Brady with four awards. The Dallas Cowboys, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots were each MVP six times.

Bart Starr, MVP at Super Bowl I and II
Terry Bradshaw, MVP at Super Bowl XIII and XIV
Joe Montana, MVP at Super Bowl XVI, XIX and XXIV
Tom Brady, MVP at Super Bowl XXXVI, XXXVIII, XLIX and LI
Eli Manning, MVP at Super Bowl XLII and XLVI
year Super bowl MVP team position
1967 Super Bowl I. Beard Starr (1) Green Bay Packers Quarterback
1968 Super Bowl II Beard Starr (2) Green Bay Packers Quarterback
1969 Super Bowl III Joe Namath New York Jets Quarterback
1970 Super Bowl IV Len Dawson Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback
1971 Super bowl v Chuck Howley Dallas Cowboys Linebacker
1972 Super Bowl VI Roger Staubach Dallas Cowboys Quarterback
1973 Super Bowl VII Jake Scott Miami Dolphins Safety
1974 Super Bowl VIII Larry Csonka Miami Dolphins Running back
1975 Super Bowl IX Franco Harris Pittsburgh Steelers Running back
1976 Super Bowl X Lynn Swann Pittsburgh Steelers Wide receiver
1977 Super Bowl XI Fred Biletnikoff Oakland Raiders Wide receiver
1978 Super Bowl XII Randy White and
Harvey Martin
Dallas Cowboys Defensive tackle or
defensive end
1979 Super Bowl XIII Terry Bradshaw (1) Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
1980 Super Bowl XIV Terry Bradshaw (2) Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
1981 Super Bowl XV Jim Plunkett Oakland Raiders Quarterback
1982 Super Bowl XVI Joe Montana (1) San Francisco 49ers Quarterback
1983 Super Bowl XVII John Riggins Washington Redskins Running back
1984 Super Bowl XVIII Marcus Allen Los Angeles Raiders Running back
1985 Super Bowl XIX Joe Montana (2) San Francisco 49ers Quarterback
1986 Super Bowl XX Richard Dent Chicago Bears Defensive end
1987 Super Bowl XXI Phil Simms New York Giants Quarterback
1988 Super Bowl XXII Doug Williams Washington Redskins Quarterback
1989 Super Bowl XXIII Jerry Rice San Francisco 49ers Wide receiver
1990 Super Bowl XXIV Joe Montana (3) San Francisco 49ers Quarterback
1991 Super Bowl XXV Ottis Anderson New York Giants Running back
1992 Super Bowl XXVI Mark Rypien Washington Redskins Quarterback
1993 Super Bowl XXVII Troy Aikman Dallas Cowboys Quarterback
1994 Super Bowl XXVIII Emmitt Smith Dallas Cowboys Running back
1995 Super Bowl XXIX Steve Young San Francisco 49ers Quarterback
1996 Super Bowl XXX Larry Brown Dallas Cowboys Cornerback
1997 Super Bowl XXXI Desmond Howard Green Bay Packers Wide receiver / kick returner
1998 Super Bowl XXXII Terrell Davis Denver Broncos Running back
1999 Super Bowl XXXIII John Elway Denver Broncos Quarterback
2000 Super Bowl XXXIV Kurt Warner St. Louis Rams Quarterback
2001 Super Bowl XXXV Ray Lewis Baltimore Ravens Linebacker
2002 Super Bowl XXXVI Tom Brady (1) New England Patriots Quarterback
2003 Super Bowl XXXVII Dexter Jackson Tampa Bay Buccaneers Safety
2004 Super Bowl XXXVIII Tom Brady (2) New England Patriots Quarterback
2005 Super Bowl XXXIX Deion Branch New England Patriots Wide receiver
2006 Super Bowl XL Hines Ward Pittsburgh Steelers Wide receiver
2007 Super Bowl XLI Peyton Manning Indianapolis Colts Quarterback
2008 Super Bowl XLII Eli Manning (1) New York Giants Quarterback
2009 Super Bowl XLIII Santonio Holmes Pittsburgh Steelers Wide receiver
2010 Super Bowl XLIV Drew Brees New Orleans Saints Quarterback
2011 Super Bowl XLV Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers Quarterback
2012 Super Bowl XLVI Eli Manning (2) New York Giants Quarterback
2013 Super Bowl XLVII Joe Flacco Baltimore Ravens Quarterback
2014 Super Bowl XLVIII Malcolm Smith Seattle Seahawks Linebacker
2015 Super Bowl XLIX Tom Brady (3) New England Patriots Quarterback
2016 Super bowl 50 From Miller Denver Broncos Linebacker
2017 Super Bowl LI Tom Brady (4) New England Patriots Quarterback
2018 Super Bowl LII Nick Foles Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback
2019 Super Bowl LIII Julian Edelman New England Patriots Wide receiver
2020 Super Bowl LIV Patrick Mahomes Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback

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