Tom Brady Makes History with 6th Super Bowl Win!!!
First Name Tom, Last Name Foolery… And I’m Everybody’s Uncle!
Especially this future HOF QB… Tom Brady.
Quarterback Tom Brady became the first player in NFL history to win six Super Bowls, as the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday night.
Brady finished the night 21-35 with 262 yards & one interception.
Brady had been tied with Pro Football Hall of Famer Charles Haley as the only players to win five Super Bowls. Haley was a member of San Francisco 49ers teams that won Super Bowl XXIII & XXIV, & after he was traded to the Dallas Cowboys, he earned three more Super Bowl rings.
Brady now also holds the record for most career wins, with 237. Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri, who is returning for a 24th season in 2019, has 236 career wins.
"He's a great quarterback & I'd certainly put him up there against anybody," coach Bill Belichick said of Brady leading into Super Bowl LIII.
"He's a great player, & he's been a great player for the New England Patriots. Certainly his record is unmatched. I'm glad he's my quarterback."
Belichick joins George Halas & Curly Lambeau as the only head coaches with 6 NFL titles. While Brady has won six Super Bowls, he's been in the game nine times, which is the most of any player in NFL history. John Elway, who started in five Super Bowls for the Denver Broncos, is the next quarterback on the list. Terry Bradshaw, Jim Kelly, Peyton Manning, Joe Montana & Roger Staubach are next, with four Super Bowl starts apiece.
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By: Mike Reiss