Quarterbacks get all the credit and much of the blame in the NFL, and that doesn't change much when it comes to the Super Bowl. MVP awards come easier for field generals, even when teammates outplay them.
There are certainly Super Bowl quarterbacks who stand above the rest, those who led their teams to victory in the NFL's greatest game multiple times or in historic fashion. But who's the cream of the crop?
Apologies to guys like Doug Williams and Drew Brees, who had fantastic Super Bowl performances in their sole appearances, but just missed the cut. Johnny Unitas was in his mid-30s by the time the Super Bowl came into existence, and he had a pair of poor appearances despite getting a victory in Super Bowl V.
Statistics courtesy of Pro Football Reference.