SOURCE SPORTS: Tom Brady Wins 7th Super Bowl As Buccanneers Dominated The Chiefs

Tom Brady reminded everyone he is the GOAT and not a system quarterback, as his Tampa Bay Buccaneers won Super Bowl LV 31-9 over the Kansas City Cheifs.

The Bucs won their second Super Bowl and became the first team to win a Super Bowl in their home stadium. Brady secured his seventh Lombardi Trophy, two more than any player in NFL history and one more than any entire NFL franchise has achieved. After his near-flawless performance, the only thing he wanted to do was celebrate with his family.

Brady completed 21-29 passes for 201 yards to win his 5th Super Bowl MVP. He connected to his long time Patriot target Rob Gronkowski for a pair of touchdowns, and also connected to another former Patriot Antonio Brown for one.


The Bucs defense dominated Patrick Mahomes all game long. The Bucs never let Mahomes find a rhythm that leads to three sacks and two interceptions. Mahomes ended the game with 275 yards but most of that was when the game was well out of reach.

Brady let the world know that at 43 he isn’t done yet. Brady announced immediately following the game that he will be back next season to run it back again and go for his 8th Super Bowl title.