How Many Super Bowls Have Tom Brady & Bill Belichick Been to?

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There is no quarterback-head coach duo who has had more success than Tom Brady and Bill Belichick.

Not only has the New England Patriots tandem tallied the most wins in NFL history, but their six Super Bowl appearances also marks a record.

That said, Brady and Belichick aren’t alone when it comes to their four Super Bowl victories together, as legendary head coach Chuck Noll and Terry Bradshaw combined to help the Pittsburgh Steelers to four titles in the 1970’s.

Here’s a complete look at all the quarterback-head coach duos who made it to at least two Super Bowls, ordered by most appearances


Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, New England Patriots: 6 Super Bowl appearances; 4 wins

Terry Bradshaw and Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh Steelers: 4 Super Bowl appearances; 4 wins

Roger Staubach and Tom Landry, Dallas Cowboys: 4 Super Bowl appearances, 2 wins (Note: This would be five appearances if you count Super Bowl IX, in which Staubach didn’t play. He and Craig Morton split time throughout the season, but Morton started throughout the playoffs)

Jim Kelly and Marv Levy, Buffalo Bills: 4 Super Bowl appearances; 0 wins

Joe Montana and Bill Walsh, San Francisco 49ers: 3 Super Bowl appearances, 3 wins

Bob Griese and Don Shula, Miami Dolphins: 3 Super Bowl appearances, 2 wins

John Elway and Dan Reeves, Denver Broncos: 3 Super Bowl appearances, 0 wins (4 if you count Super Bowl XXXIII, in which Elway’s Broncos beat Reeves’ Falcons)

Fran Tarkenton and Bud Grant, Minnesota Vikings: 3 Super Bowl appearances, 0 wins

Eli Manning and Tom Coughlin, New York Giants: 2 Super Bowl appearances, 2 wins

John Elway and Mike Shanahan, Denver Broncos: 2 Super Bowl appearances, 2 wins

Troy Aikman and Jimmy Johnson, Dallas Cowboys: 2 Super Bowl appearances, 2 wins

Jim Plunkett and Tom Flores, Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders: 2 Super Bowl appearances, 2 wins

Bart Starr and Vince Lombardi, Green Bay Packers: 2 Super Bowl appearances, 2 wins

Russell Wilson and Pete Carroll, Seattle Seahawks: 2 Super Bowl appearances, 1 win

Ben Roethlisberger and Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh Steelers: 2 Super Bowl appearances, 1 win

Joe Theismann and Joe Gibbs, Washington Redskins: 2 Super Bowl appearances, 1 win

Brett Favre and Mike Holmgren, Green Bay Packers: 2 Super Bowl appearances, 1 win

Len Dawson and Hank Stram, Kansas City Chiefs: 2 Super Bowl appearances, 1 win