Tom Brady’s 7th Super Bowl Victory

Sienna Joseph, Social Media Coordinator

Tom Brady played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this year after playing for the New England Patriots, and beat the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV with a score of 31-9. This year was his seventh championship win at the age of 43.

While Brady played as quarterback for the Buccaneers, Patrick Mahomes was the quarterback for The Kansas City Chiefs on the other sideline. Mahomes was the winning quarterback of the previous Super Bowl, making him a fan-favorite this year. 

Brady has many reasons to impress us by his performance. He completed 21 of 29 passes for a total of 201 yards and three touchdowns. Brady’s recent victory makes him the oldest player to win a Super Bowl and to win the most games in the history of the NFL.

Brady exceeds his legacy by winning a seventh championship, which is the most won by any player or franchise in NFL history. Along with his seventh win, Brady also received his fifth Super Bowl MVP award. 

He spent the first 20 seasons of his career with the New England Patriots for 19 years, and has given them a total of six Super Bowl victories. He also gave the Buccaneers their second NFL title and first victory in 18 years, while becoming the first team to play the big game at their home stadium. 

   The victory was majorly due to Tampa Bay’s teamwork, a result of the efforts of coach Bruce Arians, his staff, and general manager Jason Licht. The three assembled one of NFL’s most talented teams and brought in the star quarterback that this team needed to win a championship.

Brady has played as a quarterback for 21 years and has 230 career wins, the highest amount of wins any quarterback has in NFL history. He also extended his individual and NFL record this year to 10 Super Bowl appearances.

Given his established MVP football career and strong winning statistics, Tom Brady is expected to continue breaking NFL records.