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Key Game Stats: 297 passing yards and five touchdowns
This was Joe Montana's third Super Bowl MVP trophy, the most ever by a player. His five touchdown passes also set a record, though it was eventually broken by Steve Young five years later.
However, what really puts this performance on a level unlike any other is how Montana completely overwhelmed John Elway and the Denver Broncos, 55-10. This 45-point margin of victory is the largest in Super Bowl history.
Super Bowl XXIV gave Montana his fourth Super Bowl win, and he joined Terry Bradshaw as one of the only quarterbacks to rack up that many.
Joe Montana is the No. 1 Super Bowl MVP in NFL history.