Tom Brady has won yet another Super Bowl, as he made it an historic 7th in his 10th appearance. This time it was with his new team, Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The 43-year-old QB led his Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a dominant victory over Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday final score, 31 to 9.
And he was also named Super Bowl MVP the 5th time he’s won it!
Brady was exactly as real as he’s been in just about every one of the 10 Super Bowl he’s appeared in poised, smart, and deadly.
Not only did Tampa Bay Buccaneers pick apart Kansas City Chiefs insane talented secondary he talked trash in the process getting in Tyrann Mathieu’s face after a 2nd quarter touchdown.
Things were chippy between the two all night but Brady clearly got the better of the matchup, tossing a total of 3 TDs and he was never really in danger.
Tom’s BFF Rob Gronkowski also balled out of his mind Sunday — the 31-year-old caught two touchdowns from his old New England Patriots teammate.
And when he wasn’t putting up points, Gronk was a force as a blocker.
Of course, Tampa’s defence was also on fire all night long stuffing KC’s run game, constantly putting pressure on Mahomes and preventing big plays from superstar WR Tyreek Hill.
The victory means Tom will now add a 7TH Super Bowl ring to his collection more than any other player in NFL history.
Gronk will get his 4th ring which ties him for 3rd on the all-time list of Super Bowl victories joining legends like Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott and Terry Bradshaw.
And what’s great for Bucs fans … both Tom and Gronk have said they plan on coming back to play in Tampa Bay again next season.