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Super Bowl MVPs: A Complete List from Super Bowl I to LVI

Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LVI on Feb. 13, 2022

Cooper Kupp capped off his remarkable season by winning Super Bowl LVI MVP honors behind his two touchdown catches

After putting together one of the most dominant seasons by a wide receiver in the history of the NFL, Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp came up big in the game that mattered the most, winning Super Bowl LVI MVP honors. Kupp, this season's Offensive Player of the Year, caught eight passes for 92 yards (on 10 targets) and two touchdowns, including the game-winner with 1:25 left to help the Rams secure a hard-fought, come-from-behind 23-20 victory on their home field, SoFi Stadium.

Kupp becomes the eighth wide receiver to be named Super Bowl MVP in the game's 56-year history. Julian Edelman in Super Bowl LIII, when the New England Patriots beat the Rams 13-3, had been the most recent prior to Kupp.

Here is a complete list of Super Bowl MVPs, from I to LV:

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  • Super Bowl I — QB Bart Starr, Green Bay
  • Super Bowl II — QB Bart Starr, Green Bay
  • Super Bowl III — QB Joe Namath, N.Y. Jets
  • Super Bowl IV — QB Len Dawson, Kansas City
  • Super Bowl V — LB Chuck Howley, Dallas
  • Super Bowl VI — QB Roger Staubach, Dallas
  • Super Bowl VII — S Jake Scott, Miami
  • Super Bowl VIII — RB Larry Csonka, Miami
  • Super Bowl IX — RB Franco Harris, Pittsburgh
  • Super Bowl X — WR Lynn Swann, Pittsburgh
  • Super Bowl XI — WR Fred Biletnikoff, Oakland
  • Super Bowl XII — DT Randy White and DE Harvey Martin, Dallas
  • Super Bowl XIII — QB Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh
  • Super Bowl XIV — QB Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh
  • Super Bowl XV — QB Jim Plunkett, Oakland
  • Super Bowl XVI — QB Joe Montana, San Francisco
  • Super Bowl XVII — RB John Riggins, Washington
  • Super Bowl XVIII — RB Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders
  • Super Bowl XIX — QB Joe Montana, San Francisco
  • Super Bowl XX — DE Richard Dent, Chicago
  • Super Bowl XXI — QB Phil Simms, N.Y. Giants
  • Super Bowl XXII — QB Doug Williams, Washington
  • Super Bowl XXIII — WR Jerry Rice, San Francisco
  • Super Bowl XXIV — QB Joe Montana, San Francisco
  • Super Bowl XXV — RB Ottis Anderson, N.Y. Giants
  • Super Bowl XXVI — QB Mark Rypien, Washington
  • Super Bowl XXVII — QB Troy Aikman, Dallas
  • Super Bowl XXVIII — RB Emmitt Smith, Dallas
  • Super Bowl XXIX — QB Steve Young, San Francisco
  • Super Bowl XXX — CB Larry Brown, Dallas
  • Super Bowl XXXI — KR/PR Desmond Howard, Green Bay
  • Super Bowl XXXII — RB Terrell Davis, Denver
  • Super Bowl XXXIII — QB John Elway, Denver
  • Super Bowl XXXIV — QB Kurt Warner, St. Louis
  • Super Bowl XXXV — LB Ray Lewis, Baltimore
  • Super Bowl XXXVI — QB Tom Brady, New England
  • Super Bowl XXXVII — S Dexter Jackson, Tampa Bay
  • Super Bowl XXXVIII — QB Tom Brady, New England
  • Super Bowl XXXIX — WR Deion Branch, New England
  • Super Bowl XL — WR Hines Ward, Pittsburgh
  • Super Bowl XLI — QB Peyton Manning, Indianapolis
  • Super Bowl XLII — QB Eli Manning, N.Y. Giants
  • Super Bowl XLIII — WR Santonio Holmes, Pittsburgh
  • Super Bowl XLIV — QB Drew Brees, New Orleans
  • Super Bowl XLV — QB Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay
  • Super Bowl XLVI — QB Eli Manning, N.Y. Giants
  • Super Bowl XLVII — QB Joe Flacco, Baltimore
  • Super Bowl XLVIII — LB Malcolm Smith, Seattle
  • Super Bowl XLIX — QB Tom Brady, New England
  • Super Bowl 50 — LB Von Miller, Denver
  • Super Bowl LI — QB Tom Brady, New England
  • Super Bowl LII — QB Nick Foles, Philadelphia
  • Super Bowl LIII — WR Julian Edelman, New England
  • Super Bowl LIV — QB Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City
  • Super Bowl LV — QB Tom Brady, Tampa Bay
  • Super Bowl LVI — WR Cooper Kupp, Los Angeles Rams 

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