In the NFL however, there is only one man: Tom Brady.
At the age of 43, Brady won his seventh Super Bowl title on Sunday as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9, to strengthen the quarterback’s GOAT credentials.
Not only did Brady further extend his own record of the most Super Bowl rings won by a player — he now owns more Lombardi Trophies than any team franchise, one clear of both the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers — but after being named Super Bowl MVP yet again, he became the only player in NFL history to win the award five times.
And after putting in arguably his most complete performance of all his 10 Super Bowl appearances — throwing three touchdowns, including two to former Patriots teammate Rob Gronkowski — athletes from all sports took to social media to laud Brady’s legacy.
His former Patriots teammate Julian Edelman called him: “The best ever in all sports.”.
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