Everyone remembers the legends and their great performances.
But what about the worst? The Super Bowl has had plenty of awful performances, by teams and especially by quarterbacks. Those are often forgotten, but when you look back over time, some truly are horrendous.
Here are the top 10 worst quarterback performances in Super Bowl history:
With Pittsburgh's 21-10 win over Seattle in Super Bowl XLI, the 23-year-old Roethlisberger became the youngest quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl. Individually, there wasn't much to celebrate, as he completed 9-of-21 passes for 123 yards.
The former NFL MVP made just one Super Bowl appearance in Super Bowl XXIII, and it was a tough one: he was 11 of 25 for 144 yards with one interception and no touchdowns. San Francisco beat the Bengals 20-16.
Gannon became the only quarterback to throw five interceptions in a Super Bowl. Three were returned for touchdowns, as Tampa Bay beat Oakland 48-21 in Super Bowl XXXVII.
The Dolphins rapped up what is still the only undefeated season against Washington in Super Bowl VII. Kilmer completed 14 of 28 passes for 104 yards with no touchdowns and three interceptions.
Facing the Baltimore Ravens defense should say enough about what Collins was in for. It was ugly, too, as he completed 15 of 39 passes for 112 yards with no touchdowns and four interceptions in a 34-7 loss in Super Bowl XXXV.
The Hall of Famer lost four Super Bowls and threw for a total of two touchdowns and seven interceptions in those games. Against Washington in Super Bowl XXVI, he was picked off four times, which is tied for second most all-time.
Most people remember Super Bowl III as the one where Joe Namath predicted the Jets would upset Baltimore. Morrall certainly didn't help his team's chances. The 1968 NFL MVP was 6 of 17 for 71 yards, no touchdowns and three interceptions, and he was benched by Don Shula in the second half.
Morton actually started over Roger Staubach in Super Bowl V against the Baltimore Colts, but completed 12 of 26 passes for 127 yards with three interceptions in the 20-16 loss.
The Hall of Famer played in three Super Bowls and had one touchdown and six interceptions. In Super Bowl IX against Pittsburgh, he was 11-26 for 102 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions.
He was knocked out and didn't even make it out of the first quarter against Chicago in Super Bowl XX. Eason was 0 for 6 with no yards.