Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young won three Super Bowl Championships with the San Francisco 49ers. Inducted into the 2005 Pro Football Hall of Fame, Young was a two-time NFL MVP, seven-time Pro Bowler, three-time First-Team All-Pro, three-time Second-Team All-Pro, and two-time NFC Offensive Player of the Year. He spent most of his 15-year career with San Francisco and holds numerous NFL records including six passing titles. His best season was 1994 when he posted a then-record 112.8 passer rating completing 324 of 461 passes for 3,969 yards and 35 touchdowns. Young added seven rushing touchdowns as he guided the 49ers to a NFC West title, and an incredible 49-26 win over San Diego in Super Bowl XXIX. Young passed for 325 yards, threw a record six touchdowns, was the game's leading rusher, and was named the Super Bowl MVP. During his NFL career, the left-hander threw for 3,000 or more yards six times and had 20 or more touchdown passes in a season five times, and posted a passer rating of 100 or higher six times.