Nobis_Ghost

How many *Mobile* Quarterbacks Have Won Super Bowls?

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Well Geniuses?

You know NOTHING OF THE GAME! We're lucky to have Matt Ryan, and with a OL line we'd have a ring.

Super Bowl 1. Bart Starr (MVP), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 2. Bart Starr (MVP), 1 TD
Super Bowl 3. Joe Namath (MVP), 0 TDs
Super Bowl 4. Len Dawson (MVP), 1 TD
Super Bowl 5. John Unitas (Chuck Howley), 1 TD
Super Bowl 6. Roger Staubach (MVP), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 7. Bob Griese (Jake Scott), 1 TD
Super Bowl 8. Bob Griese (Larry Csonka), 0 TDs
Super Bowl 9. Terry Bradshaw (Franco Harris), 1 TD
Super Bowl 10. Terry Bradshaw (Lynn Swann), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 11. Ken Stabler (Fred Biletnikoff), 1 TD
Super Bowl 12. Roger Staubach (Harvey Martin & Randy White), 1 TDs
Super Bowl 13. Terry Bradshaw (MVP), 4 TDs
Super Bowl 14. Terry Bradshaw (MVP), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 15. Jim Plunkett (MVP), 3 TDs
Super Bowl 16. Joe Montana (MVP), 1 TD
Super Bowl 17. Joe Theismann (John Riggins), 2 TDs,
Super Bowl 18. Jim Plunkett (Marcus Allen), 1 TD
Super Bowl 19. Joe Montana (MVP), 3 TDs
Super Bowl 20. Jim McMahon (Richard Dent), 0 TDs
Super Bowl 21. Phil Simms (MVP), 3 TDs
Super Bowl 22. Doug Williams (MVP), 4 TDs
Super Bowl 23. Joe Montana (Jerry Rice), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 24. Joe Montana (MVP), 5 TDs
Super Bowl 25. Jeff Hostetler (Ottis Anderson), 1 TD
Super Bowl 26. Mark Rypien (MVP), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 27. Troy Aikman (MVP), 4 TDs
Super Bowl 28. Troy Aikman (Emmitt Smith), O TDs
Super Bowl 29. Steve Young (MVP), 6 TDs
Super Bowl 30. Troy Aikman (Larry Brown), 1 TD
Super Bowl 31. Brett Favre (Desmond Howard), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 32. John Elway (Terrell Davis), 0 TDs
Super Bowl 33. John Elway (MVP), 1 TD
Super Bowl 34. Kurt Warner (MVP), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 35. Trent Dilfer (Ray Lewis), 1 TD
Super Bowl 36. Tom Brady (MVP), 1 TD
Super Bowl 37. Brad Johnson (Dexter Jackson), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 38. Tom Brady (MVP), 3 TDs
Super Bowl 39. Tom Brady (Deion Branch), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 40. Ben Roethlisberger (Hines Ward), 0 TDs
Super Bowl 41. Peyton Manning (MVP), 1 TD
Super Bowl 42. Eli Manning (MVP), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 43: Ben Roethlisberger (Santonio Holmes), 1 TD
Super Bowl 44: Drew Brees (MVP), 2 TDs
Super Bowl 45: Aaron Rogers (MVP), 3TDs
Super Bowl 46: Eli Manning (MVP), 1 TD
Super Bowl 47: Joe Flacco (MVP), 3TDs
Super Bowl 48: Russell Wilson (Malcolm Smith), 2TDs
Super Bowl 49: Tom Brady (MVP), 4TDs
Super Bowl 50: Peyton Manning (Von Miller), 0TDs
Super Bowl 51: Tom Brady (MVP), 2TDs
Super Bowl 52: Nick Foles (MVP), 3 TDs
Super Bowl 53: Tom Brady (Julian Edelman), 0TDs

 

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Just now, ya_boi_j said:

From the time I’ve been alive and actually watching football I can count 4 from that list. 

Care to name them and their rushing stats?

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4 minutes ago, FalconsIn2012 said:

I guess we’d need to define mobile QB first.  Are we calling Young, Elway & Rodgers mobile?

Absolutely. Especially Elway and Young. 
mobile doesn’t mean Scrambling...like Cunningham, Vick, Jackson etc.

Staubach was also mobile...you could argue Big Ben was mobile before his body broke down. And Hostetler.

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Just now, FalconsIn2012 said:

I guess we’d need to define mobile QB first.  Are we calling Young, Elway & Rodgers mobile?

Yes, I would call these mobile. 

Mobile QB, in my mind based on what I hear analysts say, means a QB who can escape the pocket and still make plays. Steve Young, John Elway, Aaron Rodgers, and Russell Wilson are considered mobile QBs.

I may be wrong, though. . . 

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1 minute ago, 1989Fan said:

Absolutely. Especially Elway and Young. 
mobile doesn’t mean Scrambling...like Cunningham, Vick, Jackson etc.

you could argue Big Ben was mobile before his body broke down.

Nah dude, mobile only applies when they're black. Heard ANOTHER poster refer to Jameis Winston as mobile yesterday, good lord the idiocy.

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6 minutes ago, Nobis_Ghost said:

Care to name them and their rushing stats?

I will name them but I’m not going to go through any efforts to search for stats. You know mobile vs pocket passer
Wilson, Rodgers, Elway and Young. 

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1 minute ago, ChickenBiscuit said:

Nah dude, mobile only applies when they're black. Heard ANOTHER poster refer to Jameis Winston as mobile yesterday, good lord the idiocy.

Jameis Winston is your prototypical pocket QB. . . who said this LOL

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Before Golden State how many 3 shooting teams won championships ? This an old way of thinking the NFL is evolving right before our eyes there will be a day when Tom Brady no longer plays in the NFL and if you look at college and HS football (which I do) there are more QBs like Lamar, Mahomes, even Daniel Jones who are “mobile” coming up than strait drop back passers 

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Just now, A-TowN.- said:

He did enough to win one. The defense failed him in the second half. It’s a team sport. I’m not defending OP either just making an easy observation.

I think the coaching failed him. The defense held the Pats to 3 points through 3 quarters. The defense played enough snaps the equivalent of 1.5 full quarters of football. They were exhausted, which is a valid excuse in my mind.

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2 minutes ago, ya_boi_j said:

I will name them but I’m not going to go through any efforts to search for stats. You know mobile vs pocket passer
Wilson, Rodgers, Elway and Young. 

Don’t forget Staubach..he did a lot of running around. 

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3 minutes ago, ChickenBiscuit said:

Nah dude, mobile only applies when they're black. Heard ANOTHER poster refer to Jameis Winston as mobile yesterday, good lord the idiocy.

Lol...I remember people assuming the same about Leftwhich who was as mobile as a brick wall.

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2 minutes ago, A-TowN.- said:

He did enough to win one. The defense failed him in the second half. It’s a team sport. I’m not defending OP either just making an easy observation.

I know. He had a great season in 2016. But I cannot *stand* when people act like mobile QBs can't win Super Bowls because Ryan is as immobile as they come and here he is with zero rings. It's the organization that counts, but just because a QB is more athletic does not mean he is a worse passer.

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I’ll say this. There’s gotta be a pure definition amongst the board on what’s considered mobile vs scrambling. As of today, there’s only one scrambling qb in the league. Mobile qbs aren’t in the same class imo. 
 

with that said, within the next 15 years, no matter how much we may dislike scrambling or mobile, more Super Bowls will be won by them leading into the future due to high schools and colleges not truly teaching qbs how to play traditionally anymore. Just the way it is

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Cowherd said it best the NFL can only take the guys that college is giving them and there are not a lot of statue drop back passers coming up you must be able to move not saying you have to Jackson or Kyler Murray but you must be mobile (Daniel Jones, Josh Allen, even Sam Darnold can move)

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8 minutes ago, ChickenBiscuit said:

Here's a better question:

How many has Ryan won?

How is it a better question in a thread dedicated to how many SBs mobile QBs have won? I would say it’s an irrelevant question TBH.

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