Tom Brady just hoisted the Vince Lombardi Trophy for an almost unfair seventh time on Sunday as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs.
After the win, Brady has accomplished an absolutely absurd feat. He now personally has more Super Bowl wins than any single franchise in NFL history.
Having first won six titles with the New England Patriots (the only six in franchise history), he added one more with the Bucs to break a tie with the Pats and the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most in NFL history.
Maybe even more impressive is that only another two franchises (the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers) come within even two wins of Brady.
Super Bowl wins are of course a team accomplishment, not just an individual feat, but it's truly incredible that Brady has orchestrated so many wins as a starting quarterback, especially when franchises like the Steelers and Cowboys have existed for 55 years worth of Super Bowls, while Brady has been in the NFL for just 21 of them.
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