List of Super Bowl MVP winners

Published 05/02/2018 in Sports

List of Super Bowl MVP winners
NFL Football – Philadelphia Eagles v New England Patriots – Super Bowl LII – U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S. – February 4, 2018. Philadelphia Eagles’ Nick Foles celebrates winning Super Bowl LII. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

(Reuters) – List of Super Bowl Most Valuable Player (MVP) winners:

Feb. 4, 2018 – Nick Foles (Philadelphia)

Feb. 5, 2017 – Tom Brady (New England)

Feb. 7, 2016 – Von Miller (Denver)

Feb. 1, 2015 – Tom Brady (New England)

Feb. 2, 2014 – Malcolm Smith (Seattle Seahawks)

Feb. 3, 2013 – Joe Flacco (Baltimore Ravens)

Feb. 5, 2012 – Eli Manning (New York Giants)

Feb. 6, 2011 – Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay)

Feb. 7, 2010 – Drew Brees (New Orleans)

Feb. 1, 2009 – Santonio Holmes (Pittsburgh)

Feb. 3, 2008 – Eli Manning (New York Giants)

Feb. 4, 2007 – Peyton Manning (Indianapolis)

Feb. 5, 2006 – Hines Ward (Pittsburgh)

Feb. 6, 2005 – Deion Branch (New England)

Feb. 1, 2004 – Tom Brady (New England)

Jan. 26, 2003 – Dexter Jackson (Tampa Bay)

Feb. 3, 2002 – Tom Brady (New England)

Jan. 28, 2001 – Ray Lewis (Baltimore)

Jan. 30, 2000 – Kurt Warner (St. Louis)

Jan. 31, 1999 – John Elway (Denver)

Jan. 25, 1998 – Terrell Davis (Denver)

Jan. 26, 1997 – Desmond Howard (Green Bay)

Jan. 28, 1996 – Larry Brown (Dallas)

Jan. 29, 1995 – Steve Young (San Francisco)

Jan. 30, 1994 – Emmitt Smith (Dallas)

Jan. 31, 1993 – Troy Aikman (Dallas)

Jan. 26, 1992 – Mark Rypien (Washington)

Jan. 27, 1991 – Ottis Anderson (New York Giants)

Jan. 28, 1990 – Joe Montana (San Francisco)

Jan. 22, 1989 – Jerry Rice (San Francisco)

Jan. 31, 1988 – Doug Williams (Washington)

Jan. 25, 1987 – Phil Simms (New York Giants)

Jan. 26, 1986 – Richard Dent (Chicago)

Jan. 20, 1985 – Joe Montana (San Francisco)

Jan. 22, 1984 – Marcus Allen (Los Angeles)

Jan. 30, 1983 – John Riggins (Washington)

Jan. 24, 1982 – Joe Montana (San Francisco)

Jan. 25, 1981 – Jim Plunkett (Oakland)

Jan. 20, 1980 – Terry Bradshaw (Pittsburgh)

Jan. 21, 1979 – Terry Bradshaw (Pittsburgh)

Jan. 15, 1978 – Harvey Martin (Dallas), Randy White (Dallas)

Jan. 9, 1977 – Fred Biletnikoff (Oakland)

Jan. 18, 1976 – Lynn Swann (Pittsburgh)

Jan. 12, 1975 – Franco Harris (Pittsburgh)

Jan. 13, 1974 – Larry Csonka (Miami)

Jan. 14, 1973 – Jake Scott (Miami)

Jan. 16, 1972 – Roger Staubach (Dallas)

Jan. 17, 1971 – Chuck Howley (Dallas)

Jan. 11, 1970 – Len Dawson (Kansas City)

Jan. 12, 1969 – Joe Namath (New York Jets)

Jan. 14, 1968 – Bart Starr (Green Bay)

Jan. 15, 1967 – Bart Starr (Green Bay)

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