You may love him or hate him, but Tom Brady conquered his fifth Super Bowl MVP, and his record is increasingly difficult to list.
Honor to whom honor is due! Tom Brady is the greatest in the history of the NLF, and listing his achievements is an increasingly complicated task, after conquering Super Bowl LV after beating the Kansas City Chiefs.
Brady is already the most titled player in Super Bowl history and will soon have seven champion rings. He is the second quarterback to win the title with two franchises, but the first to do so in both conferences.
Fifth MVP for Tom Brady
But now he adds one more MVP to his collection. Brady was the most destabilizing player of the game and already has five awards of this type and the first with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Brady secured his fifth MVP after completing 21 of 29 passes that translated into 201 yards and three touchdowns, enough to knock the Chiefs out. Brady suffered no interceptions.
The first MVP for Brady was in 2002, he repeated in 2004, and the third came in 2007. It took 10 years to meet the MVP again, in 2017, which had been the last until he got with the Buccaneers.