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Steve Young rings 49ers Super Bowl Ring Sale

Jon Steven Young, also known as Steve Young is American Formal football quarterback who played in the NFL for 15 seasons. Steve Young has won 3 Super Bowl ring while playing for the San Francisco 49ers. First 49ers Super Bowl ring won in 1988 season, second Super Bowl ring won in the 1989 season and the third 49ers Super Bowl ring won in the 1994 season.

Steve Young was named NFL most popular player in 1992 and 1994, and was the MVP of Super Bowl XXIX where he led the 49ers to a victory against the San Diego Chargers winning themselves a Super Bowl ring.

During his 1994 season MVP year, he set a new NFL record for passer rating at 112.8 His is also a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

How many Super Bowl ring has Steve Young Won?

Steve Young has won a total of three Super Bowl rings. He won all of his Super Bowl titles playing for the San Francisco 49ers. He won Super Bowl XXIII (1989), Super Bowl XXIV (1990) and Super Bowl XXIX (1995). He won the Super Bowl MVP award for his exemplary performance in Super Bowl XXIX.

Steve Young’s Super Bowl record is 3-0. He won three Super Bowls during his time with the 49ers. He did not start for his first two Super Bowl wins and he only appeared in one Super Bowl match as a starting quarterback.

What Super Bowls did Steve Young play in?

Steve Young has three Super Bowl wins to his name but he has appeared in only one Super Bowl match as a starting quarterback. He appeared in his only Super Bowl match against the San Diego Chargers in Super Bowl XXIX (1995).

49ers Steve Young Winning Super Bowl
49ers Steve Young Winning Super Bowl

1988 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl ring

In the 1988 season, San Francisco 49ers won the NFC West championship with a 10–6 regular season record and earned the #2 playoff seed, but it was a long uphill battle.

Two other teams in their division, the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints had also recorded 10-6 records, meaning not only did they earn a first round bye with the narrowest possible margin, but a one more loss would have caused them to miss the playoffs altogether.

The team had a quarterback controversy with Joe Montana and Steve Young each starting during the season. Steve Young had started three games during the year.

Which the San Francisco 49ers went 2–1, including a crucial 24-21 week 9 win over the Minnesota Vikings in which Steve Young scored the game winning touchdown on a dynamic 49-yard run with time running out in the 4th quarter.

But after a 6–5 start, Joe Montana led the San Francisco 49ers to win four of their final five regular season games.

Joe Montana finished the regular season with 238 completions for 2,981 yards and 18 touchdowns, and also added 132 rushing yards. His favorite target was Jerry Rice, who recorded 64 receptions for 1,306 yards (a 20.4 yards per catch average) and 9 touchdowns.

Craig was also a key contributor, leading the team in receptions (76) while finishing the season with a total of 2,036 combined rushing and receiving yards and 10 touchdowns, earning him the NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award.

Fullback Tom Rathman also made a big impact, rushing for 427 yards and catching 42 passes for 387 yards.

San Francisco also had a major special team’s threat in second-year receiver John Taylor, who led the NFL in punt return yards (556), yards per return, (12.6), and touchdowns (2).

He also gained 228 yards on kickoff returns and 325 receiving yards on just 14 receptions (a 23.2 yards per catch average).

The San Francisco 49ers’ defense was led by defensive backs Ronnie Lott, Eric Wright, Jeff Fuller, and Tim McKyer, who recorded a combined total of 18 interceptions.

McKyer led the team with 7, while Lott recorded 5, along with 3 forced fumbles and 4 fumble recoveries. Linebacker Charles Haley was also a big contributor with 11.5 sacks and 2 fumble recoveries.

No doubt that the 49ers also had a solid defensive line, featuring Michael Carter (6.5 sacks), Danny Stubbs (6 sacks), Larry Roberts (6 sacks), and Pierce Holt (5 sacks).

Later, the San Francisco 49ers has an epic come back in the 4th quarter scoring 14-3 over the Cincinnati Bengals and ended the Super Bowl game by 20-16 over the Cincinnati Bengals.

This was the 3rd Super Bowl ring won by the San Francisco 49ers and the first 49ers Super Bowl ring won by Steve Young.

Steve Young Ring, 1989 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Ring
Steve Young Ring, 1989 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Ring

1989 Steve Young 49ers Super Bowl ring

The San Francisco 49ers are one of the NFL’s premiere franchises, winners of five Super Bowl rings, the fourth which occurred in 1989 in Super Bowl XXIV. In this Super Bowl, the most lopsided in Super Bowl history, Steve Young alongside saw Joe Montana threw five touchdown passes.

Somehow, 49ers Super Bowl ring was presented to former San Francisco 49er players and (in 1989) front office executive, RC (Alley Oop) Owens, who is a member of the 49ers Super bowl ring of Honor.

The crest features a bed of real diamonds shaped like a football, with four larger diamonds (signifying their four Super Bowl victories) in the middle.

It is surrounded by raised relief “FORTY NINERS” and the Super Bowl years of “81 84 88 89” etched in the corners.

One shank has the name “OWENS” with four Super Bowl trophies set against the Golden Gate Bridge with the name “SAN FRANCISCO” with the season record “17-2” below.

The other shank has “88 BACK TO BACK 89” with the “SUPER BOWL XXIV” insignia and the score “55-10” below. This 49ers Super Bowl ring is the exact same size and style the players received, was obtained directly from the family of RC Owens, and includes the accompanying paperwork. This impressive ring is minimally Near Mint condition.

1994 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Ring
1994 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Ring

1994 Young 49ers Super Bowl ring

Whether it was Joe Montana or Steve Young, it didn’t matter because the 49ers had Jerry Rice catching the passes. In this Super Bowl, Young threw a Super Bowl record six touchdown passes, three to Jerry Rice.

This San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl ring was presented to former San Francisco 49er player and (in 1994) front office executive, RC (Alley Oop) Owens, who is a member of the 49ers Ring of Honor.

The crest features a bed of real diamonds shaped with five Lombardi trophies (signifying their five Super Bowl victories) in the middle.

This is surrounded by raised relief “FORTY NINERS” and the Super Bowl ring year digits “1 9 9 4” etched in the corners.

Each Lombardi trophy has the football and the stand made of real diamonds, with the middle trophy containing the largest diamonds.

49ers Super Bowl ring contains 5.5 karat weight in diamonds! One shank has the name “OWENS” with five Super Bowl trophies set against the Golden Gate Bridge with the name “49ers” with the season record “16-3” below.

On the other shank has enamel plated emblems of the team, the Super Bowl and 75th Anniversary insignias, with the score “49-26” below.

Also, there is a football with the number “5” engraved on it, signifying Mr. Owens was part of the San Francisco 49ers family for all five Super Bowl victories, and unbelievable feat.

A scarce few rings presented to players and team personnel that year have this five designation! Inside this 10 K solid gold gigantic 50.35 gram/size 13 ring is engraved “LGB 10K”.

This ring is the exact same size and style the players received, was obtained directly from the family of RC Owens, and includes the accompanying paperwork and the original presentation box. This fabulously scarce ring remains minimally in Near Mint condition.

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