los angeles rams winning super bowl championship
Cooper Kupp winning Super Bowl Championship MVP, winning his first super bowl ring

Cooper Kupp put together perhaps the greatest receiving season in NFL history, and he capped his monumental campaign in the best way possible: by winning Super Bowl MVP after the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 in Super Bowl LVI on Sunday. As he’s been all year, Kupp was nearly unstoppable on the sport’s biggest stage. He hauled in eight catches for 92 yards and two touchdowns, the second of which gave the Rams back the lead with fewer than 90 seconds to play. He’s the eighth wide receiver to win the award and the first since Julian Edelman (Patriots) in 2019.

Tom Brady stands alone as the only five-time Super Bowl MVP, while Joe Montana was the first three-time winner in leading the 49ers to four championships in a nine-year span during the 1980s. Terry Bradshaw won two Super Bowl MVP awards while quarterbacking the Steelers to four championships during a six-year span in the 1970s. In Super Bowls I and II, Bart Starr was named MVP while leading the Packers to their fourth and fifth world championships during the 1960s. Eli Manning joined the multiple-MVP club after he helped lead New York to two upsets over the Patriots.

los angeles rams winning super bowl championship
los angeles rams winning super bowl championship

Cooper Kupp Here is the full list of all Super Bowl MVP winners:

SUPER BOWLMVP, POSITION, TEAMSTAT LINE
IBart Starr, QB, Green BayTwo touchdown passes in the Packers’ 35-10 win over the Chiefs
IIBart Starr, QB, Green Bay202 yards passing, one TD in the Packers’ 33-14 win over the Oakland Raiders
IIIJoe Namath, QB, New York206 yards passing in the Jets‘ 16-7 upset win over the Colts
IVLen Dawson, QB, Kansas City142 yards passing, one TD in the Chiefs’ 23-7 win over the Vikings
VChuck Howley, LB, DallasTwo interceptions and a fumble recovery in a 16-13 loss to the Colts
VIRoger Staubach, QB, Dallas119 yards passing and two TDs in a 24-3 Cowboys‘ rout of the Dolphins
VIIJake Scott, S, MiamiTwo interceptions in the Dolphins’ 14-7 win over Washington to cap the NFL‘s only perfect season
VIIILarry Csonka, FB, Miami33 carries, 145 yards rushing, two TDs in the Dolphins’ 24-7 win over the Vikings
IXFranco Harris, RB, Pittsburgh158 yards rushing, one TD in the Steelers‘ 16-6 win over the Vikings
XLynn Swann, WR, PittsburghFour catches, 161 yards, one TD in the Steelers’ 21-17 win over the Cowboys
XIFred Biletnikoff, WR, OaklandFour catches, 79 yards in the Raiders’ 32-14 win over the Vikings
XIIHarvey Martin & Randy White, DL, DallasLed Dallas defense that forced eight turnovers in a 27-10 win over the Broncos
XIIITerry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh318 yards passing, four TDs in a 35-31 win over the Cowboys
XIVTerry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh309 yards passing, two TDs in a 31-19 win over the Los Angeles Rams
XVJim Plunkett, QB, Oakland261 yards passing, three TDs in a 27-10 win over the Eagles
XVIJoe Montana, QB, San Francisco157 yards passing, one TD in a 26-21 win over the Bengals
XVIIJohn Riggins, RB, Washington166 yards rushing, one TD in a 27-17 Washington’s win over the Dolphins
XVIIIMarcus Allen, RB, Los Angeles20 carries, 191 yards rushing, two TDs in a 38-9 Raiders’ win over Washington
XIXJoe Montana, QB, San Francisco331 yards passing, three TDs in a 38-16 win over the Dolphins
XXRichard Dent, DE, ChicagoTwo sacks, two forced fumbles in the Bears‘ 46-10 demolition of the Patriots
XXIPhil Simms, QB, New York268 yards passing, three TDs in the Giants‘ 39-20 win over the Broncos
XXIIDoug Williams, QB, Washington340 yards passing, four TDs in Washington’s 42-10 rout of the Broncos
XXIIIJerry Rice, WR, San Francisco11 catches, 215 yards, one TD in the 49ers’ 20-16 win over the Bengals
XXIVJoe Montana, QB, San Francisco297 yards passing, five TDs in the 49ers’ 55-10 drubbing of the Broncos
XXVOttis Anderson, RB, New York102 yards rushing, one TD in the Giants’ 20-19 win over the Bills
XXVIMark Rypien, QB, Washington292 yards passing, two TDs in Washington’s 37-24 win over the Bills
XXVIITroy Aikman, QB, Dallas273 yards passing, four TDs in the Cowboys’ 52-17 win over the Bills
XXVIIIEmmitt Smith, RB, Dallas30 carries, 132 yards, two TDs in the Cowboys’ 30-13 win over the Bills
XXIXSteve Young, QB, San Francisco325 yards passing, six TDs in the 49ers’ 49-26 rout of the Chargers
XXXLarry Brown, CB, DallasTwo interceptions in the Cowboys’ 27-17 win over the Steelers
XXXIDesmond Howard, KR, Green Bay244 all-purpose yards, 99-yard kick return TD in the Packers’ 35-21 win over the Patriots
XXXIITerrell Davis, RB, Denver30 carries, 157 yards, three TDs in the Broncos’ 31-24 win over the Packers
XXXIIIJohn Elway, QB, Denver336 yards passing, one TD in the Broncos’ 34-19 win over the Falcons
XXXIVKurt Warner, QB, St. Louis414 yards passing, two TDs in the St. Louis Rams’ 23-16 win over the Titans
XXXVRay Lewis, LB, BaltimoreLed a dominant Ravens defense in a 34-7 win over the Giants
XXXVITom Brady, QB, New England145 yards passing, one TD in a 20-17 win over the Rams
XXXVIIDexter Jackson, CB, Tampa BayTwo first-half interceptions in a 48-21 Bucs’ rout of the Raiders
XXXVIIITom Brady, QB, New England354 yards passing, three TDs in the Patriots’ 32-29 win over the Panthers
XXXIXDeion Branch, WR, New England11 catches, 133 yards in the Patriots’ 24-21 win over the Eagles
XLHines Ward, WR, PittsburghFive catches, 123 yards, one TD in the Steelers’ 21-10 win over the Seahawks
XLIPeyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis247 yards passing, one TD in the Colts’ 29-17 win over the Bears
XLIIEli Manning, QB, New York Giants255 yards passing, two TDs in the Giants’ 17-14 upset of the Patriots
XLIIISantonio Holmes, WR, Pittsburgh SteelersNine catches, 131 yards, one TD in the Steelers’ 27-23 win over the Cardinals
XLIVDrew Brees, QB, New Orleans Saints32-of-39, 288 yards, two TDs in the Saints’ 31-17 win over the Colts
XLVAaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers24-of-39, 304 yards, three TDs in the Packers’ 31-25 win over the Steelers
XLVIEli Manning, QB, New York Giants30-of-40, 296 yards, one TD in the Giants’ 21-17 win over the Patriots
XLVIIJoe Flacco, QB, Baltimore Ravens22-of-33, 287 yards, three TDs in the Ravens’ 34-31 win over the 49ers
XLVIIIMalcolm Smith, LB, Seattle SeahawksINT for TD, fumble recovery, 10 tackles in the Seahawks’ 43-8 demolition of the Broncos
XLIXTom Brady, QB, New England Patriots37-of-50, 328 yards, four TDs in the Patriots’ 28-24 win over the Seahawks
50Von Miller, LB, Denver BroncosSix tackles, 2.5 sacks, one pass defended in the Broncos’ 24-10 win over the Panthers
LITom Brady, QB, New England PatriotsFinished 43-for-62, the most attempts in Super Bowl history, for 466 yards and two touchdowns in Patriots’ 34-28 OT win over Falcons
LIINick Foles, QB, Philadelphia Eagles28-of-43, 373 yards and three touchdowns plus a touchdown reception in Philly’s 41-33 win over the Pats
LIIIIJulian Edelman, WR, New England Patriots10 catches, 141 yards (long of 27) in 13-3 win over Rams
LIVPatrick Mahomes, QB, Kansas City Chiefs26-of-42, for 286 yards and two touchdowns with two interceptions while leading the Chiefs to 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter
LV Tom Brady, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21-of-29, 301 yards and three touchdowns and zero interceptions while leading the Buccaneers to the franchise’s second Super Bowl win
LVICooper Kupp, WR, Los Angeles Rams8 catches, 92 yards and 2 TDs (including game-win) Cooper Kupp

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