Super Bowl 2021 Top Super Bowl Winner Goes for Seventh Ring at 43
Htalk about Tom Brady is to do the best quarterback in history in the NFL, of a predator of the grills that seems to have no end.
The one born in San Mateo, California, He is known as “The Lord of the Rings”, as The GOAT and now also as the master of records, being the holder of several in the National Football League.
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At 43, Tom Brady takes 10 trips to the Super Bowl, which is the game that all players dream of, for which they are excited and work every dayThat same encounter that has become the natural habitat of this brand eater, being the footballer who has been there the most times.
Separate from the New England Patriots It seemed the beginning of the end of his successful careerbut soon silenced his detractors and fell more in love with the Bradylivers, like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans, a team he already has in the Super Bowl LV, just in his first year of relationship.
For that and many other things, TB12 is considered the greatest and the winner of all time, and next Sunday, February 7, he will be able to continue to build on his legacy when he faces the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, in search of his seventh ring.
That is why in BRAND Claro we present to you some of the records achieved by this legendary quarterback, who forged his legacy in the 20 seasons he played for New England and continues to grow now in Tampa Bay.
Tom Brady became the first player in NFL history to participate in 10 Super Bowl games in the 101 seasons the league has run.
It’s a record It is one of the most important and impressive that the quarterback holds And as proof is that in the last 30 years, only basketball player LeBron James had been able to get to be in 10 championship games, counting the four major leagues within the sport of the United States: NBA, MLB, NHL and NFL.
And it is that, until the nineties, Only 23 players had that markJames being 24th and now Tom Brady 25th, but the first to do so in the NFL.
In his previous nine Super Bowl games, Tom Brady conquered six champion rings, all of them with the Patriots, to become the winningest player in the NFL.
This achievement put him over defensive end Charles Haley, who won five, as well as Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw, who got four in their careers.
Those six wins at the Super Bowl led the New England Patriots to be the winningest team in the NFL, junto a los Pittsburgh Steelers.
- In Super Bowl XXXVI (2002) they defeated St. Louis Rams 20-17
- In Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004) they beat Carolina Panthers 32-29
- In Super Bowl XXXIX (2005) they passed the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21
- In Super Bowl XLIX (2015) they did the same 28-24 against Seattle Seahawks
- In Super Bowl LI (2017) they destroyed the Atlanta Falcons 34-28
- In Super Bowl LIII (2019) they beat Los Angeles Rams 13-3
His great Super Bowl performances have led him to be recognized and named as the most valuable player four times within the big Sunday, which makes him the highest MVP in the history of the SB.
Within his successful NFL career, Tom Brady has been named three times as the MVP of the season in the NFL
Tom Brady lider a los Patriots to make the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history, rising from a 25-point deficit in the third quarter in the LI edition.
They lose 28-3 to Atlanta Falcons and returned to win 34-28 in overtime, in which it was the fifth New England title.
If not exclusive to Tom Brady, only he has been able to lead his team to play the Super Bowl in his stadium, a situation that will occur for the first time in the history of the NFL, next February 7, 2021, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Honors Kansas City Chiefs in SB LV.
At the Super Bowl the quarterback carries 2,843 yards, achieved 43 completions in a single game, adds 18 touchdowns plus 505 yards in a single game. In total, he reached 256 complete passes on Super Sunday and 48 shots without being intercepted.
Taking Tampa Bay to Super Bowl LV, Tom Brady became the fourth quarterback in history to qualify with two different franchises in this game, Patriotas and Bucaneros, joining Craig Morton’s roster with Cowboys and Broncos; Kurt Warner with Rams and Cardinals, and Peyton Manning with Colts and Broncos.
Of them three, Only Peyton Manning won the title with his two teams, a record that Brady could match on February 7 if he is victorious.
In his first year as a quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom Brady ended the team’s 13-year drought without advancing to the NFL playoffs. Today, he has them looking to win their second Super Bowl.
Just in that game against the Falcons, in which the 13-year drought with no postseason ended, Brady and Tampa Bay established a franchise record with 588 yards in a 44-27 win over Atlanta. In addition to that, with a 34-0 lead, they reached the largest difference in team history until halftime.
Brady became the longest-lived quarterback in NFL history to throw a ball in the current season’s playoffs, doing so at the age of 43 years and 159 days with Tampa Bay against Washington, over George Blanda, who at 43 years and 108 days did it with the Raiders in the AFC Championship game in 1970.
In that same wild-card round game against Washington, Brady defeated the 17th team in their history in the postseason, at that time it was their 31st win in direct elimination matches, although he already added 32 on New Orleans and 33 on Green Bay.
Patrick Mahomes has marked a hegemonyand since taking over as Kansas City quarterback in 2018 only one person has beaten him in playoffs: Tom Brady.
Of the seven games played by Mahomes in the postseason, one is defeat and it was precisely Brady with his Pats who gave it to him in 2018, right at the American Conference Final.