Tom Brady did it again! The football champion won his seventh NFL title Sunday, leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 31-9 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV. Before going to the Bucs, the Super Bowl MVP won his first six titles with the New England Patriots.

Going into the first quarter, Tom Brady did something he never did before. Brady threw a touchdown pass in the opening quarter, hitting Gronkowski with an 8-yard touchdown pass with 37 seconds left. The dynamic duo gave the Bucs a 14-3 lead on a 17-yard score with 6:05 left until halftime. The Patriots’ teammates set a NFL postseason record of 14 postseason touchdown passes. The previous record was held by the Hall of Fame pair Joe Montana and Jerry Rice at 12 postseason touchdowns.

During halftime, The Weeknd lit up the stage, literally. He made his debut in a convertible, with city lights behind him. He incorporated lights and fireworks to amplify his performance. His stage was set up in the stands, which has never been done before. He finished his performance on the field, performing many of his hits such as, Starboy, Can’t Feel My Face, I Feel It Coming, and Blinding Lights


Going into the second half, Kansas City reached the Bucs side of the field three times in the fourth quarter but came away with no points due to the score at that point. They had two turnovers and the third time consisted of Patrick Mahomes throwing an interception in the end zone. Trailing by 22, the team had to get aggressive and, unfortunately, could not pull through. 

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers completed a dream season! One of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl title, more than any other player and any other franchise in league history.