Tom Brady has done it again. With the New England Patriots’ amazing comeback in Super Bowl LI, Brady is now a five-time Super Bowl champion.
In 17 seasons for Brady — 15 seasons as a starter in which he played more than one game — Brady has won five Super Bowl rings and two MVP awards, tying him with Peyton Manning as the NFL’s most decorated quarterback ever. The win in Super Bowl 51 helped break a tie with Joe Montana for the second-most combined MVP awards and championships during the Super Bowl era.
Of course, Brady is not done. Prior to the Super Bowl, a report said that the Patriots believe Brady will play 3-5 more years, well into his mid-40s. So he will certainly have more opportunities to add to his total and break the tie with Manning.