BMW-Branch, Manning, and Ward
Super Bowl MVP'S Ultimate Performance
Never in the 48 year history of the Super Bowl has three MVP'S last name initials were the same as Bayerische Motoren Werks AG. BMW has long been known for their automotive design, engineering and reliability among car enthusiast. One of their earlier advertising campaign slogans was that BMW was the "Ultimate Driving Machine."
When I first notice the correlation between the last names of Branch, Manning and Ward were the same as the initials of BMW, I wondered what were the odds of this occuring in three consecutive Super Bowls and figure it was astronomical at least when you factor in the number of Super Bowl Most Valuable Players in the last forty four years and the initials of their last names being the same as the legendary "Barvarian Motor Werks" is astronomical or very close to it.
Deion Branch, Super Bowl XXXIX MVP - New England Patriots # 84
Branch's 11 catches ties Super Bowl Record
Deion Branch Super Bowl XXXIX MVP
[ Height: 5' 9" | Weight: 193 | Position: Wide Receiver | Team: New England Patriots ( current )
Career Highlights:Branch set a Super Bowl Record while playing for the New England Patriots for total receiving yards in back to back Super Bowls. His 143 yards in Super Bowl XXXIII and 133 yards in Super Bowl XXXIX for a total of 276 yards. His 11 receptions in Super Bowl XXXIX tied a Super Bowl record for number of receptions in a game. His 21 catches in those two games is an NFL Super Bowl record by a single player. Only Hall of Famer Jerry Rice and Andre Reed, who each played in 4 Super Bowls, recorded more.
Peyton Manning, Super Bowl XLI MVP
Leads Indianapolis Colts to first Super Bowl win.
[ Height: 6' 5" | Weight: 230 lbs. | Position: Quarterback | Team: Indianapolis Colts
Career Highlights: Peyton Manning has played his entire professional career with the Colts. A first round draft choice in 1998 selected out of the University of Tennesee, Manning has been voted Pro Bowl MVP four times (the only player to do so) in the history of the game. One of the most consistent quarterback in the league, Peyton finally won the "big game" when he lead the Colts to a 29 to 17 victory over the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl LXI. Silencing his critics who said, "He could'nt win the big one" for all time.
Peyton Manning , 4-Time MVP - Authenic NFL Replica Jersey
Hines Ward, Super Bowl XL MVP
Wards hard blocks are legendary
Hines E. Ward, Jr. born March 8, 1976 in Seoul, South Korea. [Height: 6' 5" | Weight: 225 lbs. | Position: Wide Receiver | Team: Pittsburg Steelers
Career Highlights: As a wide receiver for the University of Georgia Bulldogs (1994-1997), Wards 149 receptions for 1,965 yards placed him second in team history. Hines also played tailback and totaled 3, 870 all-purpose yards, second only to Herschel Walker in Bulldog history. Since being drafted by the Pittsburg Steelers in the third round of the 1998 NFL Draft he has earned three team Most Valuable Player selections. His 5 receptions for 123 yards and one rush for 18 yards lead the Steelers in a 21 to 10 win over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL.
Hines E. Ward, Jr. - Super Bowl XL MVP