Super Bowl past MVPs: Tom Brady, Peyton Manning among winners

See all past Super Bowl Most Valuable Players, including Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees. 
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On Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots will meet in Super Bowl XLIX at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. The Seahawks are looking to become the first team to win consecutive Super Bowls since the New England Patriots in 2004-05. 

Following Seattle's 43-8 win over the Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII, linebacker Malcolm Smith was named Most Valuable Player. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is a two-time Super Bowl MVP, collecting the honor in 2002 and 2004. 

Below is a list of all previous 48 Super Bowl MVPs, including Brady and Smith.

                                                        Super Bowl MVPs

 Game

   Date

                   Venue 

           Result

               MVP

    I

Jan. 15, 1967

  Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, Calif.

Packers 35, Chiefs 10

 Bart Starr, Green Bay

   II

 Jan. 14, 1968

  Orange Bowl, Miami, Fla.

Packers 33, Raiders 14

 Bart Starr, Green Bay

  III

 Jan. 12, 1969

  Orange Bowl, Miami, Fla.

Jets 16, Colts 7

Joe Namath, New York

  IV

 Jan. 11, 1970

  Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, La.

Chiefs 23, Vikings 7

Len Dawson, Kansas City

  V

 Jan. 17, 1971

  Orange Bowl, Miami, Fla.

Colts 16, Cowboys 13

Chuck Howley, Dallas

  VI

 Jan. 16, 1972

  Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, La.

Cowboys 24, Dolphins 3

Roger Staubach, Dallas

 VII

 Jan. 14, 1973

 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, Calif.

Dolphins 14, Redskins 7

Jake Scott, Miami

 VIII

 Jan. 13, 1974

  Rice Stadium, Houston, Texas

Dolphins 24, Vikings 7

Larry Csonka, Miami

  IX

 Jan. 12, 1975

  Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, La.

Steelers 16, Vikings 6

Franco Harris, Pittsburgh

  X

 Jan. 18, 1976

  Orange Bowl, Miami, Fla.

Steelers 21, Cowboys 17

Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh

  XI

 Jan. 9, 1977

  Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.

Raiders 32, Vikings 14

Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland

  XII

 Jan. 15, 1978

 Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, La.

Cowboys 27, Broncos 10

Harvey Martin and Randy White, Dallas

  XIII

 Jan. 21, 1979

 Orange Bowl, Miami, Fla.

Steelers 35, Cowboys 31

Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh

  XIV

 Jan. 20, 1980

 Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.

Steelers 31, Rams 19

Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh

  XV

 Jan. 25, 1981

 Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, La.

Raiders 27, Eagles 10

Jim Plunkett, Oakland

  XVI

 Jan. 24, 1982

 Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, Mich.

49ers 26, Bengals 21

Joe Montana, San Francisco

 XVII

 Jan. 30, 1983

 Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.

Redskins 27, Dolphins 17

John Riggins, Washington

 XVIII

 Jan. 22, 1984

 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Fla.

Raiders 38, Redskins 9

Marcus Allen, Los Angeles

 XIX

 Jan. 20, 1985

 Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto, Calif.

49ers 38, Dolphins 16

Joe Montana, San Francisco

 XX

Jan. 26, 1986

 Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, La.

Bears 46, Patriots 10

Richard Dent, Chicago

 XXI

Jan. 25, 1987

 Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.

Giants 39, Broncos 20

Phil Simms, New York

  XXII

Jan. 31, 1988

 Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, Calif.

Redskins 42, Broncos 10

Doug Williams, Washington

 XXIII

 Jan. 22, 1989

 Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, Fla.

49ers 20, Bengals 16

Jerry Rice, San Francisco

 XXIV

 Jan. 28, 1990

 Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, La.

49ers 55, Broncos 10

Joe Montana, San Francisco

 XXV

Jan. 27, 1991

 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Fla.

Giants 20, Bills 19

Ottis Anderson, New York

 XXVI

Jan. 26, 1992

 Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minn.

Redskins 37, Bills 24

Mark Rypien, Washington

 XXVII

Jan. 31, 1993

 Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif.

Cowboys 52, Bills 17

Troy Aikman, Dallas

 XXVIII

Jan 30, 1994

 Georgia Dome, Atlanta

Cowboys 30, Bills 13

Emmitt Smith, Dallas

 XXVIX

Jan. 29, 1995

 Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami Gardens, Fla.

49ers 49, Chargers 26

Steve Young, San Francisco

 XXX

Jan. 28, 1996

 Sun Devil Stadium Tempe, Ariz.

Cowboys 27, Steelers 17

Larry Brown, Dallas

 XXXI

Jan. 26, 1997

 Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, La.

Packers 35, Patriots 21

Desmond Howard, Green Bay

 XXXII

Jan. 25, 1998

 Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif.

Broncos 31, Packers 24

Terrell Davis, Denver

 XXXIII

Jan. 31, 1999

 Pro Player Stadium, Miami Gardens, Fla.

Broncos 34, Falcons 19

John Elway, Denver

 XXXIV

Jan. 30, 2000

 Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga.

Rams 23, Titans 16

Kurt Warner, St. Louis

 XXXV

Jan. 28, 2001

 Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla.

Ravens 34, Giants 7

Ray Lewis, Baltimore

 XXXVI

Feb. 3, 2002

 Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, La.

Patriots 20, Rams 17

Tom Brady, New England

 XXXVII

Jan. 26, 2003

 Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif.

Buccaneers 48, Raiders 21

Dexter Jackson, Tampa Bay

XXXVIII

 Feb. 1, 2004

 Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas

Patriots 32, Panthers 29

Tom Brady, New England

XXXIX

 Feb. 5, 2005

 Alltel Stadium Jacksonville, Fla.

Patriots 24, Eagles 21

Deion Branch, New England

  XL

 Feb. 5, 2006

 Ford Field, Detroit, Mich.

Steelers 21, Seahawks 10

Hines Ward, Pittsburgh

 XLI

 Feb. 4, 2007

 Dolphin Stadium, Miami, Fla.

Colts 29, Bears 17

Peyton Manning, Indianapolis

 XLII

 Feb. 3, 2008

 University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.

Giants 17, Patriots 14

Eli Manning, New York

 XLIII

 Feb. 1, 2009

 Raymond James Stadium, Tampa

Steelers 27, Cardinals 23

Santonio Holmes, Pittsburgh

 XLIV

 Feb. 7, 2010

 Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Fla.

Saints 31, Colts 17

Drew Brees, New Orleans

 XLV

 Feb. 6, 2011

 Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas

Packers 31, Steelers 25

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay

 XLVI

Feb. 5, 2012

 Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Ind.

Giants 21, Patriots 17

Eli Manning, New York

 XLVII

Feb. 3, 2013

Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, La.

Ravens 34, 49ers 31

Joe Flacco, Baltimore

XLVIII

Feb. 2, 2014

MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.

Seahawks 43, Broncos 8

Malcolm Smith, Seattle