Tom Brady Deems Legendary Feat He Achieved As ‘Impossible to Repeat’ in NFL

Published 11/17/2021, 12:14 PM EST
Feb 7, 2021; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) celebrates with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after beating the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports | Credit- Reuters

Tom Brady may arguably be the greatest player to have ever played in the NFL. From his physical attributes to his longevity to his mind-boggling NFL records, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback is a phenomenon in every sense of the word.

When you observe deeply, Tom Brady’s career feels like completing GTA in real life. It looks like now all he needs to do is side missions. Despite his awe-inspiring career statistics, there is one record which he has not been able to break on a consistent basis. The former New England Patriots player has won the Super Bowl consecutively only once. In a recent interview, the Tampa Bay star explains why achieving this feat is one of the hardest in the game!

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Tom Brady’s Super Bowl Record

In Tom Brady’s illustrious career, the quarterback has won the Super Bowl, a whopping seven times. Despite that, he has won back-to-back championships only once, which he achieved nearly 20 years ago with the New England Patriots.

While it must be acknowledged that Brady’s Super Bowl record with the Patriots was simply amazing. Brady’s postseason performances with the Patriots were nearly as stunning in his last years with the team. In his last years, he won three Super Bowls in five years. In fact, the Patriots would have been the only team in history to win three consecutive Super Bowls only if Brady had not succumbed to the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII.

Tom Brady quarterback reveals why “it’s so hard” to win the Lombardi Trophy consecutively

Tom Brady has a simple explanation as to why more teams dont end up winning the Lombardi Trophy consecutively. Speaking on his “Let’s Go” podcast, the quarterback revealed the reason to be a mix of statistics and competition.

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Well, the number one [reason] it’s so hard to repeat is that it’s hard to win one Super Bowl,” Brady said. “There’s one of 32, and being second is the same as being 32nd. In the end, there’s one team that everyone’s going to remember from every season. So to win two of those back-to-back is extremely difficult.”

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Currently, just seven teams have ever won the Super Bowl in consecutive years. Tom Brady and the Buccaneers will try to make it eight in February, joining the Packers, Dolphins, Steelers, 49ers, Cowboys, Broncos, and Brady’s Patriots as the only teams to do so. Will Brady & co be able to do it? Let us know!

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Suresh Menon

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Suresh Menon is an NFL and Football writer at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing BMM from St Xaviers College with his specialization in Advertising. Juventus is his favorite football club and he one day plans to go to Italy and watch a Juve match live.

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