Why is it that when everyone on ESPN and the NFL Network start talking about the greatest quarterbacks of all time , you never hear Terry Bradshaw's name mentioned until the end of the conversation , if at all . Its mindboggling when you consider they're were only two quarterbacks in the entire history of the NFL to win four Super Bowls . Joe Montana was one , Terry Bradshaw was the other . Not to mention the fact , Terry was voted MVP in Super Bowl XIII AND XIV . Where the injustice really starts is when Dan Marino's name is consistently mentioned ahead of Terry nearly every time . Dan Marino went to one Super Bowl in his entire career and LOST IT ! Terry went to four , won all four and was named MVP of two of them .Dan Marino was a great quarterback , no question . Listing him ahead of Bradshaw all time is utterly rediculous . The next thing you hear is Peyton Manning . Once again , great quarterback , no question . How many Vince Lombardi trophies ? The answer , one . Should Tom Brady win another before he retires then yes, he goes in the same category as Montana and Bradshaw . However , until someone gets that elusive fourth ring then in my opinion , the greatest of all time list , is a two man list . At the end of the day , and at the end of the career its all about the rings .