Aaron Rodgers Belongs on the List, but Where?
Aaron Rodgers won the Super Bowl XLV MVP thanks to one of the greatest single-game performances in the game’s history.
But that was just one day’s work.
What about those players who have performed their best on the biggest stage multiple times?
Inside we’ve chosen the 45 most valuable players in Super Bowl history.
Some won the actual Super Bowl MVP trophy, but others were just immensely important to their team's lone victory or handful of victories.
One single performance, such as Rodgers’ last night, can earn a spot on this list. But players with several outstanding efforts (win or lose) in the Super Bowl will most likely earn a higher spot.
Again, this is NOT a power ranking of the 42 different men to win Super Bowl MVP, just a ranking of the 45 most valuable players and ALL their Super Bowl achievements.
Now, plenty of great players will be left off this list. For example, Michael Strahan: That Giants defense suffocated New England because of an incredible TEAM effort. How could we chose Strahan and not Justin Tuck or Osi Umenyiora?