Sunday, February 11, Super Bowl LVIII (58) is scheduled to kick off just a few minutes past 5:30 at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada.

It's a rematch of the 2020 Super Bowl where Patrick Mahomes led a comeback that saw Kansas City defeat San Francisco 31-20.

Is Patrick Mahomes the Best Texan to Play in the Super Bowl?

Super Bowl LVII - Kansas City Chiefs v Philadelphia Eagles
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The Whitehouse, Texas native is only 28, but he's the only Texan with 2 Super Bowl MVP awards. That ties him with Bart Starr, Terry Bradshaw, and Eli Manning.

The only other multiple Super Bowl MVP winners are Joe Montana (3) and Tom Brady (5).

The First Super Bowl TD Was Scored by a Texan

The inaugural Super Bowl was played in Los Angeles in 1967. The Green Bay Packers would beat the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10.

In that game, the very first touchdown was scored by Max McGee. The White Oak, Texas native would go on to catch 7 passes for 138 yards, and two touchdowns...all this while supposedly enduring a wicked hangover.


Top Texas Performances of All Time

That performance by McGee, with or without a hangover, is worthy of one of the best Super Bowl achievements by a Texas native.

Patrick Mahomes has given two MVP performances that also account for some of the standout accomplishments of all time by a Texan.

But, other Lone Star State natives have left their mark at past Super Bowls as well. Some of those we are recognizing below are quarterbacks, wide receivers, linemen, a running back, and even two kickers.

Let's take a look at the top 11 Super Bowl performances by native Texans.

Top 11 Super Bowl Performances by Players Born in Texas

Here are the top 11 individual performances for Super Bowl 1 through Super Bowl 57 by players who were born in the Lone Star State.

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Fifteen Fantastic World Records Set Right Here In Texas

There's greatness all around the Lone Star State, with some of it stretching all over the world and into the history books.

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