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Ranking The 20 Quarterbacks With Multiple Super Bowl Starts

The Super Bowl is the highlight of the NFL season and the year for some fans. When it’s Super Bowl Sunday, the country pretty much shuts down for a day. People petition to make it a national holiday, and not just the Super Bowl, but the Monday after. Watching that game is so important to people and we as fans use it as a tool to figure out who is worth anointing as the “best.”

Who is the best? And how much does it relate to the Super Bowl. Well it does matter, but it isn’t fair to judge solely on who won a ring and how many times. Dan Marino is one of the best ever, and he never played in a Super Bowl. Charles Haley won 5 rings, but was he really the best Defensive End ever? The Super Bowl is a nice way to try and figure out how good a player is as rarely do we see a bad player win multiple rings. Here we have ranked the 20 quarterbacks who have started multiple Super Bowls.

20 Russell Wilson 

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19 Craig Morton 

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18 Kurt Warner 

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17 Jim Plunkett 

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16 Eli Manning 

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15 Joe Theismann 

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14 Fran Tarkenton 

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13 Len Dawson 

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12 Jim Kelly 

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11 Ben Roethlisberger 

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10 Bob Griese 

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9 Terry Bradshaw 

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8 Troy Aikman 

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7 Bart Starr 

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6 Brett Favre 

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5 Roger Staubach 

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4 John Elway 

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3 Peyton Manning 

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2 Joe Montana 

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1 Tom Brady 

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Who you put at number 1 on this list really depends on when you were born. The writer of this piece was born in the ‘90s, so Tom Brady is number 1. You can make whatever case you want to choose Montana, but Brady started in the Super Bowl 6 times and it almost didn’t matter who was on his team when he did it. The only two things that stayed consistent for Brady during each Super Bowl run was that he had Bill Belichick as his head coach, and that he played for the Patriots. That’s it! From his most recent win in Super Bowl XLIX there were 0 players who played with Brady in Super Bowl XXXVIII. Brady is truly a miracle worker, able to lead his team to the championship whether it’s Randy Moss catching passes or Julian Edelman. And hey, 6 starts with 4 rings doesn’t lie. Brady has a .771 career win percentage, 3 Super Bowl MVPs, and since he took over as the Patriots QB in 2001 he has been to the Super Bowl in 40% of his seasons a number that has not been equaled by anyone who has played more than 4 seasons.

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Ranking The 20 Quarterbacks With Multiple Super Bowl Starts