The Worst Quarterback To Ever Win A Super Bowl


The Super Bowl is the biggest spectacle in all of sports. It’s the game that every football player dreams of playing in and winning. Over the years, there have been some incredible performances by quarterbacks that have led their teams to victory. However, there have also been some quarterbacks that have won the Super Bowl, despite not being the best quarterback on the field that day. In this article, we’ll take a look at the worst quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl.

The Criteria

Before we dive into the quarterback in question, we need to establish some criteria. When we say “worst quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl,” we’re not saying that this quarterback was terrible. We’re saying that, compared to other quarterbacks in Super Bowl history, this quarterback was the weakest link on their team. We’ll be looking at their regular season and playoff stats, as well as their performance in the Super Bowl itself.

The Contenders

There have been a few quarterbacks that could be considered for this dubious honor. Trent Dilfer won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens in 2001, but his regular season and playoff stats were underwhelming. Brad Johnson won a Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2003, but he was more of a game manager than a true superstar. However, the quarterback that stands out as the worst to ever win a Super Bowl is…

Trent Dilfer

Dilfer played for the Ravens in 2000 and was the starting quarterback for their Super Bowl run. While he wasn’t terrible that season, he certainly wasn’t great. He threw for just 1,502 yards and 12 touchdowns in the regular season, with 11 interceptions. In the playoffs, his stats improved slightly, but he still wasn’t lighting up the scoreboard. He threw for 572 yards, with 3 touchdowns and 1 interception.

The Super Bowl

In the Super Bowl, Dilfer’s job was simply to not lose the game. The Ravens had one of the best defenses in NFL history, and they were the reason the team made it to the Super Bowl. Dilfer completed just 12 passes for 153 yards and 1 touchdown. He didn’t throw any interceptions, but he also didn’t do anything to really help the team win. The Ravens’ defense was the real star of the game, allowing just 7 points to the New York Giants.


While Dilfer wasn’t a terrible quarterback, he was certainly the weakest link on the Ravens’ Super Bowl team. His regular season and playoff stats were underwhelming, and his performance in the Super Bowl was forgettable. However, he did enough to help his team win, and that’s all that matters. Winning a Super Bowl is the ultimate goal for any football player, and Dilfer can always say that he was a part of a championship team.