Revisiting Tom Brady’s iconic Super Bowl wins 

Tom Brady is the undisputed GOAT when it comes to Super Bowl wins. The quarterback has 6 rings to his name and looks to be in no mood of slowing down. Let's take a look at his performances in those games.

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Super Bowl XXXVI
vs St. Louis Rams

Brady is one of the few QBs to have won the Lombardi Trophy at his first shot. His first Super Bowl was also the first for the New England Patriots. Result: 20-17, Stats: 145 yards, 1 TD, 0 Interceptions

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Tom Brady and the Patriots won their second Super Bowl in 2004 against an upstart Carolina Panthers side led by head coach John Fox. Result: 32-29, Stats: 354 yards, 3 TD, 1 Interceptions

Super Bowl XXXVIII
vs Carolina Panthers

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A third ring for Tom Brady arrived the very next year when the Patriots beat the Philadelphia Eagles at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville. Result: 24-21, Stats: 236 yards, 2 TD, 0 Interceptions

Super Bowl XXXIX vs Philadelphia Eagles

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After losses to the New York Giants in Super Bowls XLII & XLVI, Brady got his 4th Super Bowl win after a decade-long wait against the Seahawks. Result: 28-24, Stats: 328 yards, 4 TD, 2 Interceptions

Super Bowl XLIX vs Seattle Seahawks

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Down 3-28 in the 3rd quarter, Tom Brady & the Patriots pulled off the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history against the Falcons. Result: 34-28 (OT), Stats: 466 yards, 2 TD, 1 Interception

Super Bowl LI vs Atlanta Falcons

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Brady's latest Super Bowl win & his last with the Patriots, the quarterback etched his name in the history books by becoming the first player to win 6 rings. Result - 13-3, Stats: 262 yards, 0 TD, 1 Interception

Super Bowl LIII vs
Los Angeles Rams

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