Written by Giavanna Foster

Tom Brady has made history and broke records at the Super Bowl LV game as a star quarterback. With ten Super Bowl appearances and seven Super Bowl victories, Brady is highly considered by many sportswriters, coaches, and players as the greatest quarterback of all time. Here is a quick recap:

This year, Tom Brady helped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers win the Super Bowl LV game by scoring three touchdowns while exemplifying determination and being a team player. With a final score of 31-9, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs. As a star quarterback, Brady received a 125.8 rating during the Super Bowl LV game. Also, he completed 21 out of 29 passes for 201 yards. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are emerging as the first team to win a Super Bowl in the home stadium.

Kurt Warner, who is a Super Bowl champion, tweeted to express his support while stating that Brady is the greatest of all time (G.O.A.T.):

Tom Brady shared, “You know, being down here and experiencing it with this group of guys every year is amazing and this team is world champions forever. You can’t take it away from us, so… thank you guys. Thank you all…”

This year, Tom Brady earned his seventh Super Bowl victory ring as well as his fifth Super Bowl MVP trophy after helping the Buccaneers win the Super Bowl LV game. He also made history by throwing the longest touchdown pass, which was 99 yards. Also, Brady has the most NFL career quarterback wins. As a star quarterback, Brady now has 264 career quarterback wins, 230 quarterback regular season wins, and 34 quarterback playoff wins. With seven Super Bowl victories, Tom Brady has won the most football championships in NFL history and is established as a football legend.

After Tom Brady was asked if there is more to come as far as football, he replied: “Yeah, we’re coming back. You already know that!”