Tom Brady He is considered by many to be the greatest player of all time in the NFL. And while it is difficult to compare eras, the number of titl
How many Super Bowl titles does Tom Brady have in the NFL?
Tom Brady He is considered by many to be the greatest player of all time in the NFL. And while it is difficult to compare eras, the number of titles is something that cannot be argued. In this ranking, the former New England Patriots quarterback and current Tampa Bay Buccaneers has no competition.
After his six New England crowns with manager Bill Belichick, Brady moved his talents to Florida, where he continued to win. His seven Super Bowl titles make him the most decorated player of all time.surpassing by two the already retired charles haley, who won three with the Dallas Cowboys and two with the San Francisco 49ers. Further back appear more than two dozen players with four consecrations. Matt Millenfor example, has the peculiarity of having won with three franchises: Raiders (2), 49ers (1) and Redskins (1).
Brady’s seven rings are impressive when compared to other players, but even more so if you take into account the franchises. Tom has won more than any of them with his Buccaneers title. New England, of course, has six, the same as the Pittsburgh Steelers. Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers accumulate five.
All of Tom Brady’s Super Bowl Titles
XXXVI (2002) New England Patriots St. Louis Rams 20-17
XXXVIII (2004) New England Patriots Carolina Panthers 32-29
XXXIX (2005) New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles 24-21
XLIX (2015) New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks 28-24
LI (2017) New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons 34-28
LIII (2019) New England Patriots Los Angeles Rams 13-3
LV (2021) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kansas City Chiefs 31-9
How many times did Tom Brady lose the Super Bowl?
Tom Brady did not always finish the Super Bowl with his arms raised: on three occasions he left chewing anger. All of these losses were during his time with the New England Patriots, where he could have left an even greater legacy.
XLII (2008) New York Giants 14-17
XLVI (2012) New York Giants 17-21
LII (2019) Philadelphia Eagles 33-41