Bucs Defeat Chiefs 31-9 in Super Bowl - Tom Brady Wins 7th Ring
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers handily defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 in Super Bowl LV giving the Bucs their second Super Bowl win. Tampa Bay is also the first team to win the Super Bowl in the same year they hosted the event in their home city.
Tom Brady further cemented his legacy as one of the greatest quarterbacks (and to many, THE greatest quarterback) of all time by winning his 7th Super Bowl ring. He was also named the MVP of the game.
Brady, who already held the record for the most Super Bowl rings won by any NFL player, distanced himself even further in the record books. Charles Haley holds second place with 5 rings and Joe Montana, Brady's boyhood hero, is the closest quarterback with 4 rings.
Brady also completed two touchdown passes to Gronkowski, giving the duo the record for the most post-season touchdown completions at 14 (beating the previous record of 12 held by Joe Montana and Jerry Rice, with whom the duo had been tied).
After an incredible 20 season career with the New England Patriots which resulted in 9 Super Bowl appearances and 6 Super Bowl wins, Brady left the New England Patriots last season to head to Tampa Bay. This is his first season as the quarterback for the Buccaneers.
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