How many Super Bowl rings does Joe Montana have?

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Joe Montana has four Super Bowl rings, which he earned while playing for the San Francisco 49ers. He received these rings after his team won Super Bowl XVI in 1982, against the Cincinnati Bengals; Super Bowl XIX in 1985, against the Miami Dolphins; Super Bowl XXIII in 1989, against the Cincinnati Bengals; and Super Bowl XXIV in 1990, against the Denver Broncos.

In addition to getting four rings, Joe Montana was named Most Valuable Player for Super Bowl XVI, XIX and XXIV. As of 2014, Joe Montana holds the Super Bowl record for most yards passing in a single game, and he and Joe Namath are the only two professional football players to have won both a Super Bowl and a college national championship.

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Four 1981-1982 Cincinnati Bengals vs. San Fransisco 49ers 21-26 SF MVP: Joe Montana QB - SF --- 1984-1985 San Fransisco 49ers vs. Miami Dolphins 38-16 SF MVP: Joe Montana QB - SF
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Joe Montana led the 49ers to Super Bowl wins 4 times. He won in 1981,
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Joe Montana won 4 Super Bowls with the SF 49ers. He was the MVP of 3 of those games. Ask us. report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 06:31PM EST. Source: www.midwestsportsfans.com
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Only Terry Bradshaw, soon to be Tom Brady.
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