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How Many Super Bowls Has Tom Brady Won?
This might shock you to hear. So brace yourselves. Tom Brady doesn’t just play football to sell the juices and books and gear from his TB12 brand. Shocking! I know. He also plays football so that someone remembers him as someone who played football really well. Also shocking. Go ahead and take a minute.
Back? Cool. Gear up for your your micro Super Bowl postgame report. (Or you could willingly subject yourself to the next few days of sports talk. Either way.) On Sunday night, Tom Brady’s squad, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, beat the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV by a score of 31-9. The game went down at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL. It was the first time a team played a Super Bowl at its home stadium, by the way. Of course, we tuned in for all the good Super Bowl stuff. The Weeknd’s halftime show. The commercials, no doubt. Aside from all that? It was a massively important game for Tom Brady and his legacy. If he hadn’t cemented his GOATness already? Earning his seventh Super Bowl on Sunday left his legacy nearly impossible to surpass.
First, though, let’s talk about Team Tom Brady. Er, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The franchise now has two Super Bowls in its history; the first was when the team defeated the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII in 2004. But a win in the big game arguably means much more for Tampa Bay’s individual coaches and players, many of whom had a ton more to prove than Brady. You have guys like Leonard Fournette, Mike Evans, and Chris Godwin who are offensive stars in their own rights, but have hardly touched playoff success until now. Plus, you have head coach Bruce Arians, who had only won Super Bowls in lesser-ranking coaching positions. So yeah. These guys had a lot to play for, and the Lombardi etches their names in history.
That said? You can bet Tom Brady, at the young age of 43, was hungrier than all of these guys put together. He showed it on Sunday night, throwing for over 200 yards and three touchdowns. And yeah. Winning his seventh Super Bowl? That’s more than any other franchise has won on its own. Pretty damn impressive. While Brady hasn’t stated this publicly, you can assume that the guy known for his nearly obsessive level of competitiveness wanted to show that he’s capable of winning a Super Bowl somewhere other than from under the purview of his former team and coach: the New England Patriots and Bill Belichick, respectively. So he’d probably tell you that he wanted to win this Super Bowl more than anyone else. And that he’d like you to buy The TB12 Method in paperback. That too.
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