The perennial answer to the question of “who is the worst quarterback in NFL history to win a Super Bowl.” In 2008, Trent Dilfer took over as the starting quarterback of the Baltimore Ravens and helped manage the offense for a team that featured one of the greatest defensive units in NFL history. During the Ravens four playoff games that postseason, Dilfer averaged less than 150 yards per game, on an average of 18 passing attempts. After his Super Bowl victory with the Ravens, Dilfer never started another playoff game.
The Ravens thought so little of Dilfer, they didn’t even attempt to resign him in the offseason. It’s incredibly rare that a franchise turns their back on a quarterback who just won a Super Bowl, but in Dilfer’s case, it makes sense. Dilfer finished his career with 113 touchdowns and 129 interceptions. How about this… Trent Dilfer has more Super Bowl rings than Dan Marino.