It was a moment in history marked by history, as Brady became the first player in NFL history to win a championship during four different presidencies -- George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and Joe Biden -- according to NFL Research.
At 43 years old, Brady won his seventh Super Bowl in his 10th appearance, collected his fifth Super Bowl Most Valuable Player honor, and did so in the first season with the second team of his 21-season career.
Six NHL players, three NBA players, and no Major League Baseball players have pulled off four presidents' worth of winning titles. Yes, only Tom Brady made it possible.
The first NFL player to win a title in three decades
Along with that time-encompassing feat, he turned in another as he became the first NFL player to win a title in three decades -- 2000s, 2010s, 2020s -- per NFL Research. Seven NHL players have done that, four major leaguers and two players in the NBA.