Super Bowl MVPs – Visual Trivia

In this game, half of the quarterbacks pictured here have been named MVP of at least one Super Bowl. Your challenge is to identify them.

(Click on the image, or here, for a larger version.)

You get 1 point for each correct answer — but you lose 1 point for each incorrect answer.

Good luck!

(If you’re reading this on the front page of my website, click through for the answers. Otherwise, scroll down.)

SPOILER ALERT: The complete list of answers follows.

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ANSWERS:

Top row, left to right:

  • Bart Starr – YES
    (Super Bowls I & II)
  • Terry Bradshaw – YES
    (Super Bowls XIII & XIV)
  • Russell Wilson – NO
    (Malcolm Smith was MVP when the Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII)
  • Dan Marino – NO
    (the Dolphins lost Super Bowl XIX and Joe Montana was MVP for the victorious 49ers)

Middle row, left to right:

  • Brett Favre – NO
    (Desmond Howard was MVP when the Packers won Super Bowl XXXI)
  • Ben Roethlisberger – NO
    (Hines Ward was MVP when the Steelers won Super Bowl XL, Santonio Holmes was MVP when the Steelers won Super Bowl XLIII)
  • Jim McMahon – NO
    (Richard Dent was MVP when the Bears won Super Bowl XX)
  • Doug Williams – YES
    (Super Bowl XXII)

Bottom row, left to right:

  • Aaron Rodgers – YES
    (Super Bowl XLV)
  • Nick Foles – YES
    (Super Bowl LII)
  • Joe Flacco – YES
    (Super Bowl XLVII)
  • Ken Stabler – NO
    (Fred Biletnikoff was MVP when the Raiders won Super Bowl XI)

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS: 6

Thanks for playing this trivia game! I hope you enjoyed it. (You can find more trivia games here.)

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