TO year after it Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, Tom Brady announced his retirement from NFL at the age of 44.
From 2000 to 2006, playing for New England Patriots, Brady won three Super Bowls, five division titles, and was named Super Bowl MVP twice. That’s two more titles than Green Bay Packers legend Brett Favre.
Between 2007 and 2013 Brady won six division titles and appeared in two Super Bowls, as well as being named regular season MVP and player with most touchdown passes twice during that period.
His numbers were in line with other legends such as Dan Marino, who played in one Super Bowl, was the eleventh MVP to win five division titles and led the team in touchdown passes three times.
Brady defeats Father Time
His career between 2014 and 2021/22 is clear proof that Brady managed to defeat the father of time, as he broke many records from the age of 36 to 44, and also won four championship rings, five Super Bowls, three Finals MVP and one regular season MVP.
Brady competed in the NFL for 22 years and gave fans many magical moments such as patriots“an extraordinary return to Super Bowl LIwhen they came back 28-3 down to beat the Atlanta Falcons 34-28.