Tom Brady did it again, this time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He has accomplished a lot in his 21-year NFL career, and even though he's been often questioned and deemed a 'system quarterback', he continues to set marks even at 43. For starters, he has the best touchdown to interception ratio in a season at 28:2 and is the only quarterback to have three consecutive games with 300+ passing yards, 3+ Touchdown-passes, and 0 interceptions.

On the big stage, the Super Bowl, he has the record for most touchdown passes (18), most passing yards (2,838), and most Super Bowl appearances at ten (before the Super Bowl LV). Despite the whole Deflategate scandal, Tom Brady is among the greatest of all time.

For every record he has set no record can be sweeter for Tom than being the player with most wins in a Super Bowl, a grand total of 7. Tom Brady can boast that he has six Super Bowl rings, let’s take a look at the story of each Super Bowl.

First ring Super Bowl XXXVI

In 2002 at Super Bowl XXXVI, Tom Brady had an MVP performance, which started the New England Patriots dynasty when the Patriots defeated the Rams by 20-17. It was his first Super Bowl championship and the start of an unforgettable run.

Second ring Super Bowl XXXVIII

Tom Brady would win another MVP and ring at Super Bowl XXXVIII, when the Patriots defeated the Panthers 32-29. The game is best remembered for Adam Vinatieri’s last-second field goal to give the Patriots the win and the Super Bowl.

Third ring Super Bowl XXXIX

In 2005 Tom Brady and the Patriots did battle with the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX in a tight contest, which was decided by Rodney Harrison's 4th quarter interception and the scoreline was 24-21. The Patriots and Tom Brady had officially become a dynasty!

Fourth ring Super Bowl XLIX


Tom Brady captured a third MVP award and his fourth Super Bowl when the Patriots defeated the Seahawks 28-24, the Seahawks built a 10-point lead to end the third quarter. The Patriots, however, rallied to take a 28–24 lead with 2:02 left in the game.

Fifth ring Super Bowl LI

In Super Bowl LI the Patriots reclaimed the title when they defeated the Falcons 34-28.  Tom Brady, who broke the single-game Super Bowl record with 43 completed passes, 62 pass attempts, and 466 passing yards, was named Super Bowl MVP for a record fourth time.

Sixth ring Super Bowl LIII

Tom Brady’s final Super Bowl ring came in Super Bowl LIII when the Patriots defeated the Rams 13-3. It was the lowest-scoring Super Bowl game in history. It was the first Super Bowl with no touchdowns scored by either team in the first three quarters, as the Patriots and the Rams battled to a 3–3 tie as they entered the fourth quarter.

Seventh ring Super Bowl LV

With his latest victory, Tom Brady will always be remembered as one of the greatest players of all time, if not the best. He led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to their second-ever Super Bowl victory. The Bucs defeated the Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes in the big final game. And Brady became a real legend by clinching his 7th Super Bowl ring.