Super Bowl LV: Tom Brady Wins Again with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tom Brady hold the championship trophy. Screengrab via YouTube

Telly Diallo

Sports Editor

In a surprisingly one-sided game, Tom Brady wins the Tampa Bay Buccaneers their first super bowl in almost 20 years.

Leading by the end of every quarter, Brady brought the Bucs to a sure victory. Playing at the Raymond James Stadium they clinched the game on their respective home turf.

Talk surrounds this victory, due to Brady acquiring his seventh super bowl win and his fifth MVP Award. He is the only player in his with more than three MVP awards. Being 43 years old makes it even more legendary.

He completed 21 of 29 passes for a total of three touchdowns. Having no interceptions, he threw for over 200 yards.

Two of his touchdowns were accomplished with Rob Gronkowski, a great teammate of his throughout the years. Although being in the late stages of their NFL career, the duo has no intention of retiring after this spectacular win.

The Kansas City Chiefs didn’t have the best night. The leading quarterback, Patrick Mahome received three total sacks.

On top of that, his passing game was off, throwing two interceptions and not even getting one touchdown.

Spending 20 years with the Patriots winning himself and Bill Belichick six super bowls, he went to Tampa Bay to win some more, according to the NFL website.

It’s apparent, Tom Brady makes history again.

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