There is quite an age gap between the starting quarterbacks as well, in fact the largest in NFL history. At 24, Jared Goff will be one of the youngest quarterbacks to start in a Super Bowl (Miami’s Dan Marino started Super Bowl XIX, but lost, at age 23; Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger is the youngest to win a Super Bowl, also at age 23). With a win, Tom Brady would become the oldest quarterback, as well as the oldest non-kicker, to be victorious in a Super Bowl, surpassing his long-time rival Peyton Manning, who won with the Broncos at age 39. Brady is already the oldest quarterback/non-kicker to start a Super Bowl, a mark he achieved last year. The oldest player in Super Bowl history? Former Baltimore Ravens kicker Matt Stover, when he played for the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV at 42 years, 11 days old.