The five worst quarterbacks to win the Super Bowl

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When you think of Super Bowl champions, the first thing that comes to mind is greatness. Usually, the team raising the Lombardi Trophy has a multitude of star players, especially at quarterback. However, there are the exceptions.

Over the 48-year history of the Super Bowl, the starting quarterback of the winning team has become a Hall of Famer 23 times. Once you assume Brett Favre, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, Kurt Warner, Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers will also make it, the number vaults to 32.

So who are the five worst winning quarterbacks out of the remaining 16 Super Bowls? Here's the breakdown:

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