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Tom Brady: The Ultimate Villain Turned Babyface
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I have a confession to make. I like Tom Brady.10 years ago, I would have punched myself in the face for making a statement like that. Even two years ago, I would never admit my admiration for the seven-time Super Bowl championAs a Giants fan, I’m arguably one of two fanbases (the other being the Eagles) that have no reason to hate Brady for his success on the field. The Giants defeated Brady twice on the biggest stage. Big Blue stopped Brady and the 2007 Patriots from immortality, ruining the undefeated season. You’re welcome, Miami Dolphins.I hated Brady not for his play, but for the uniform he wore. The New England Patriots were the bad guys of the 2000s. The Patriots were the Galactic Empire, Bill Belichick was Darth Vader, and Gillette Stadium was the Death Star. From all the “gate” scandals to cheating implications, New England kept winning. To make matters worse, Patriots’ fans became insufferable. How many times did I have to hear “Our season starts in the AFC Championship” from New England fans? As much as I hated them, the fans were right.I may have disliked Brady, but I always respected TB12. He is the GOAT. That was never up for debate. The stats that support Brady’s GOAT case are unfathomable. Brady’s postseason numbers are “Gretzkyesque” and will take a monumental effort from a generational player to eclipse his stats.All-time playoff wins leaders 1) Tom Brady — 34 2) Tom Brady, only in conference championship games and Super Bowls combined — 17 T-3) Joe Montana, Tom Brady since turning 37 years old — 16— Tom Brady Facts (@TB_Facts) February 8, 2021As I watched Tom Brady hoist the Lombardi trophy for the seventh time, I said to myself, “This effing guy. Again?” The 43-year-old vet bested the 25-year-old phenom who wants to be the GOAT himself one day. It’s still possible Mahomes can become the GOAT, but the gap between Brady or Mahomes feels insurmountable.Then, I watched the parade. Brady was laughing hard and partying harder. I couldn’t help but smile at all the videos of Brady celebrating on his boat.He threw the Lomnbardi trophy to another boat in what could go down as the greatest pass of his career.TB12 skipped the diet today and pounded a few too many drinks. It was the most relatable clip from Brady I’ve ever seen.When Brady gets an assist out of the party, it’s fine, but when I get escorted out of the bar, it’s a problem. Life ain’t fair! https://t.co/bWyV2YtJ0e— Dan Girolamo (@Danny_Giro) February 10, 2021Over the past few years, Brady demonstrated his sense of humor with his social media posts after wins. From the TB Times to “W” videos, Brady knows how to assert himself as a winner. He’s also pretty funny and self-aware, evidenced by his avocado tequila tweet.How can you watch those videos with a straight face? TB12 is turning babyface right before our eyes. For the non-wrestling fans, that means he’s becoming a likable good guy. Most football fans hated Brady in New England because he was the perfect villain. Society loves to root for stars, but it also enjoys watching the villain fall.The more I laugh at Brady’s antics, the more I realize how much New England hindered his personality. Rob Gronkowski said he likes the “freedom of being yourself” in Tampa Bay, which was a clear shot at the disciplinarian system run by Belichick. That doesn’t make New England’s system wrong. The Patriots won six Super Bowls over the course of two decades. However, it’s tough to get a sense of a player’s true personality when Darth Vader is breathing down your neck.It’s Brady’s world and we’re all living in it. Right now, I like what I see from the GOAT.Do you like Tom Brady? Leave your thoughts in the comments below or tweet us, @unafraidshow.
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WATCH: Brady to Gronk trophy toss tops NFL Bucs’ boat parade party
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GUYS @TomBrady JUST THREW THE LOMBARDI TROPHY ACROSS THE WSTER!!! pic.twitter.com/vTKo9bwF5J — Whitney Holtzman (@WHoltzman) February 10, 2021 Tom Brady tossed the Super Bowl trophy from his yacht onto teammate Rob Gronkowski’s boat on Wednesday as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrated their NFL championship with a river parade. Brady threw three touchdown passes, two to tight end Gronkowski, in Sunday’s 31-9 victory over Kansas City in Super Bowl 55 to capture his seventh career NFL crown — his first after 20 years with the New England Patriots. “There were Duck Boats before but it was freezing cold. It was nothing like this,” Brady said in a telvision interview tweeted by the Bucs. “This is perfect.” The 43-year-old quarterback had never enjoyed such a Super Bowl celebration in the cold-weather conditions of Boston, where land-and-sea Duck Boats could handle some nautical duty and excite Patriots fans. Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrates their Super Bowl LV victory during a boat parade through the city on February 10, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images/AFP This bash, however, was in warm and sunny conditions and followed a similar celebration by the Tampa Bay Lightning after last year’s National Hockey League championship. “This is amazing. I’m loving it,” Brady said. “So happy for our team. Everyone gets to experience this. Very cool day. “Is anyone working today? No way.” As the parade on boats navigated its way along the Hillsborough River and the downtown waterfront — cheering an flag-waving supporters along the shore and on other boats kept at a social distance as music and horns blared and beverage sips were enjoyed by players aboard ships. In an aerial view from a drone, a boat carrying Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (C) makes its way down the Hillsborough river during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Victory Boat Parade on February 10, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. Julio Aguilar/Getty Images/AFP While Bucs coach Bruce Arians enjoyed the crowd from the front of his boat, Brady was at the back of his $2 million yacht with the Vince Lombardi Trophy the team accepted Sunday, the first club to win a Super Bowl at its home stadium. Brady wore a T-shirt and black shorts with sunglasses and a backward cap. With Gronkowski’s boat just behind his own, Brady took a few practice swings then made an underhanded lob and threw the championship trophy high in the air over the water and onto the boat of Gronkowski, where it was caught on the fly and hoisted into the air in a moment of joyful celebration. Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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Steph Curry Reveals He Wants to Play Into His 40s Like NFL Legend Tom Brady
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Steph Curry and the Warriors have been experiencing a turbulent season so far. The Warriors have been inconsistent at best, with their team in a transition period at the moment. Curry has led the Warriors to a 12-12 record so far, but the team is looking doubtful for the playoffs despite the two-time MVP’s heroics. Steph Curry wants to play past 40 Curry spoke to the Huddle and Flow podcast recently, where he shared this desire to prolong his NBA career. Much of the inspiration comes from his father and former NBA player Dell Curry. Dell played in the NBA for 16 years, and now, his son wants to follow in his footsteps. Despite turning 33 this year, Curry feels great and thinks he can play for a long time. Feb 4, 2021; Dallas, Texas, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) drives to the basket past Dallas Mavericks forward Dorian Finney-Smith (10) during the second half at the American Airlines Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsREAD MORE: Steph Curry Draft: College Career, Stats, and More He said, “My pops was always the barometer for me. He played 16 years until he was 38. I got to see how his body changed over the years, especially those last six — all the work that went into getting ready for a season. I’m about to be 33 next month, feel really, really good — fresh, able to still do everything I want to do on the court. Curry taking inspiration from Brady Steph Curry noted that he would like to play until the age of 40. While that can be a challenge for athletes, he pointed to the example of NFL legend Tom Brady, who has found great success in his 40s. Curry’s primary goal is to take care of his body and adapt his game accordingly, and this would help him keep going for a few more years. 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“If I could get to like pushing 40 and still be impactful on the court, I feel like that’s a win. Straight up and down you can’t hide anywhere when you’re out there. Maybe a little bit of a different conversation, but to Tom’s point, just getting your body where you go out on your own terms is the goal. However long or however many years that is. Pushing 40 would be amazing.” READ MORE: Tom Brady – A History of His Super Bowl Appearances Can Steph Curry play into his 40s? He’s one of the many NBA players whose game is not reliant on athleticism, but rather on skill. A lot of players tend to adapt to their strengths and switch their game to extend their careers. It is very likely that Steph can adjust his game in order to achieve his goal of playing into his 40s. Get notified about breaking news and watch highlights on the go; join the Arena on NBA Hoops
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“Age Is Just a Number”: Roger Federer Takes Inspiration From NFL Superstar Tom Brady
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Tennis superstar Roger Federer has hailed veteran NFL stalwart Tom Brady for leading his Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a stunning Super Bowl win on Monday. The 39-year-old Federer, who has been out of action for a year following knee surgery, is bidding to make a comeback this year. He seems to be taking inspiration from the age-defying feat of the 43-year-old superstar quarterback. Federer took to Instagram to salute Tom Brady’s seventh career Super Bowl championship win Rolling back the years, Brady was on top of his game as he shepherded his troops ably and inspired them to a 31-9 win over Kansas City Chiefs on Monday. In the process, the quarterback recorded the seventh Super Bowl championship win of his career, a feat that drew wholesome praise from Federer, who is bidding to make a Grand Slam comeback at Wimbledon this year. The Swiss, who is tied with old foe Rafael Nadal for the most Grand Slam titles, at 20 apiece, took to his Instagram to salute the “inspiring achievement” of the NFL superstar. Sharing an image with Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen, with himself looking dapper in a black Tuxedo, Federer captioned it as, “@gisele (emoji) plus (emoji) equals 7. What an inspiring achievement. @tombrady Age is just a number (emojis).” Roger Federer withdrew from the Australian Open this year After his semi-final loss to eventual champion Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open last, Federer underwent surgery on a troublesome knee and announced a break from tennis thereafter to allow himself enough time for recovery. Speaking at an awards gala in his homeland later last year, the Swiss icon revealed that he was unsure of competing at Melbourne Park this year as his recovery was still behind schedule. Nov 29, 2020; Tampa, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians speaks with Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY SportsWhile he traveled to Dubai, his usual base for the pre-season training block, and went through the paces under the watchful eyes of his coach Ivan Ljubicic, Federer released a statement announcing his withdrawal from the Australian Open. It wasn’t a decision taken in haste as Federer won six of his Grand Slam titles at Melbourne Park and came within a match of clinching his seventh one, last year. Read More: “Greatest Highlights of My Career”: Roger Federer Reminisces Record-Breaking Match with Rafael Nadal and Bill Gates This year marks the first time since he started playing Grand Slam tennis that Federer has pulled out of the men’s draw at Melbourne Park.
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“Worst I’ve Been Beaten in a Long Time” – Patrick Mahomes Laments Super Bowl LV Loss to Buccaneers
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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes endured a tough outing in Super Bowl LV. It was apparent that the Super Bowl LIV MVP was playing with an apparent toe injury. He was limping during the start of the game itself. However, the Buccaneers defense brought their A-game and managed to neutralize any offensive move from the visitors. Patrick Mahomes could only complete 26 of his 49 attempted passes on Sunday night, throwing for 270 yards. But on a rare note, the Chiefs quarterback failed to throw a single passing touchdown. He did throw 2 interceptions though as the Chiefs succumbed to a 9-31 loss against the Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. ALSO READ – Super Bowl LV: Shannon Sharpe Lashes Out at Chiefs Defense After Horrendous First Half Display Patrick Mahomes vows to fight back after Super Bowl LV loss Despite a poor stat line, Mahomes was the only positive for the Chiefs last night. He gave his all while playing under physical strain but did not get any backing from his offensive teammates like Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins, or even Travis Kelce. But the 25-year old did not want to put the blame on anyone as he lavished praise on Tom Brady and the Bucs for their dominant display in Super Bowl LV. “I mean, obviously I didn’t play the way I wanted to play. But I mean, what else can you say? All you can do is leave everything you have on the field and I feel like the guys did that. They were the better team today. They beat us. Pretty, pretty good. The worst. I think I’ve been beaten in a long time. But I’m proud of the guys now they fought to the very end of the game,” Mahomes said in the post-game presser. Mahomes will reportedly undergo surgery on the toe injury in the offseason after battling through the pain over the last one month. Chiefs’ fans will be hopeful that their commander-in-chief will be fit and ready for action when the season starts in 271 days. Until then, we’re going to wait and watch to see if KC can return with vengeance and steal back their throne from Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. We have a feeling this story is not over yet. Watch this space for more. ALSO READ – Shaquil Barrett Equals Buccaneers Great After Latest Patrick Mahomes Sack in Super Bowl LV
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The GOAT and the WORM: Super Bowl 55 in review
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A Set small text size A Set the default text size A Set large text size Super Bowl 55 was the absolute WORM. The Worst of Recent Memory! A one-sided contest saw betting underdogs the Tampa Bay Buccaneers run out convincing 31-9 winners. The game was a horror show for Kansas City, whose defence was barely allowed to play by the zebras. Some of the early penalties on the Chiefs defence were purely fanciful officiating and kept some Tampa Bay drives rolling. This resulted in Tom Brady throwing his first-ever first-quarter Super Bowl touchdown. What a crazy stat. Brady finished up throwing three touchdown passes including the first two to his longtime partner in crime, Rob Gronkowski, as they surpassed Joe Montana and Jerry Rice for the most passer to receiver touchdowns in Super Bowl history. On the other side, Patrick Mahomes was flustered, particularly in the second half where he was continuously forced to run up to 20 yards backwards and fling desperate passes to his well-covered receivers. Towards the end, it got quite brutal for Mahomes who took a number of heavy hits from a ruthless Buccaneers defence. The ESPN commentary for some reason featured two guys I hadn’t heard all season long. While the US national coverage was presented by the entertaining A-team of Jim Nance and Tony Romo, we in Australia didn’t even get the B-team. Instead we suffered through the Zzz-team, who kept making obscure references about Australia. Thanks a lot, ESPN. The halftime show was abysmal. Whatever happened to legendary rock bands taking the Super Bowl stage? The young guy tried hard and reportedly spent $7 million of his own cash on the show. He had a couple of catchy tunes and I have nothing against having solo artists do the show, but it would be nice to see a big stadium rock band at least every other year. After all, it’s in a big stadium! Super Bowl 55 was the absolute WORM for me, after an absolute WORM of a year for everybody. But I take solace in another amazing chapter for the GOAT, Mr Tom Brady, and an end to the nonsensical suggestions that his championship feats will ever be surpassed or even equalled. End rant.
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‘They’re all special’ says Brady after 7th Super Bowl win
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Feb 7, 2020; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) lifts the Lombardi Trophy after Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Tom Brady refused to rank his record seventh Super Bowl crown on Sunday after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ stunning upset of the Kansas City Chiefs. The 43-year-old Buccaneers quarterback confounded the odds once more by leading Tampa Bay to a 31-9 victory less than a year after ending his two-decade career with the New England Patriots. The win, which came 19 years after Brady’s first Super Bowl triumph with the Patriots in 2002, has been hailed as the quarterback’s greatest achievement. HOW 'BOUT THAT?! #GoBucs pic.twitter.com/VMeX3PhCOl — Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) February 8, 2021 But Brady was merely content to look back on what he called an “amazing” season. “They’re all special in they’re own way,” Brady said of his Super Bowl wins. “It’s been an amazing year. Just really proud of all the guys, all the coaches, the effort we put in. “We knew we were playing a great football team tonight and we got the job done. If you get this far you’ve got to get the job done.” The Bucs’ victory capped a remarkable run through the playoffs which saw the team account for three of the game’s greatest quarterbacks in consecutive games. A road victory over Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints last month was followed by an NFC Championship defeat of Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Brady saluted the work of the Bucs defense, which on Sunday shut down Patrick Mahomes and restricted the Chiefs to just nine points. “They stepped up to the challenge,” Brady said. “You go up against a guy like Pat, an incredible player, Aaron (Rodgers) two weeks ago, the MVP, they played incredible. Before that against Drew (Brees) they played great. “They stepped up and rose to the occasion against extremely talented offenses. Just so happy they all came to play tonight.” Brady also praised the contributions of tight end Rob Gronkowski and Antonio Brown. Brady had been instrumental in persuading former Patriots stalwart Gronkowski to come out of retirement to join him in Florida, and also lobbied the team to make a move for free agent Brown. “Big-time players making big-time plays,” Brady said. “Great to see what they did, what they added to the team. Gronk’s an unbelievable player, teammate, talent, work ethic, commitment. “And AB (Antonio Brown), since he got here he’s just done everything the right way.” Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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Chiefs’ Mahomes on Super Bowl loss: ‘Can’t let this define us’
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Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs walks with his head down in the fourth quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium on February 07, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. Patrick Smith/Getty Images/AFP Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes vowed to come back stronger after the Chiefs were manhandled by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 31-9 Super Bowl defeat. The gifted signal-caller was favored to become the first quarterback to win two Super Bowls by the age of 25 after rallying the Chiefs to a thrilling 31-20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers last year. But Kansas City’s bid to become the NFL’s first repeat champion in 16 years ended with Tampa Bay’s dominant triumph. “My dad lost in the World Series in his career,” said Mahomes, whose father, Pat Sr., played in baseball’s major leagues from 1992 to 2003. “He continued to battle and continued to be who he was. “Obviously it hurts right now. It hurts a lot. But we’re going to continue to get better. “We have a young group of guys that have had a lot of success and have learned from that. We’ve had a few failures, and we have to learn from that. “We can’t let this define us. We have to continue to get better, going into next year and being even better and preparing ourselves to hopefully be in this game again.” Thank you #ChiefsKingdom for all the support. Wasn’t the way we wanted it to end, but we will be back! 💪🏽 — Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) February 8, 2021 One year after he earned Super Bowl MVP honors, Mahomes was pressured by a relentless Tampa Bay defense into one of the worst games of his career. Sacked three times, he was repeatedly forced out of the pocket to throw on the run, tossed two interceptions and zero touchdowns. “Obviously I didn’t play the way I wanted to play,” said Mahomes, who refused to blame a toe injury that has bothered him in the playoffs and may require offseason surgery. “We battled to the very end,” he said. “That’s one thing you can say. We played not very good football today. But we battled.” Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us.
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Brady, Buccaneers rout Chiefs to win Super Bowl
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NFL Football – Super Bowl LV – Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Kansas City Chiefs – Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida, U.S. – February 7, 2021 Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Tom Brady celebrates with head coach Bruce Arians during the game REUTERS/Brian Snyder Tom Brady sealed his place in the pantheon of America’s greatest sporting icons on Sunday, winning a record seventh Super Bowl as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers routed the error-strewn Kansas City Chiefs 31-9. The 43-year-old Brady — who became the oldest man to play in the Super Bowl — etched another remarkable chapter in his 21-year career as the Buccaneers shattered the Chiefs’ dreams of back-to-back NFL championships. Brady, who only joined the Buccaneers last year after two decades with the New England Patriots, delivered a vintage display with three touchdowns, 21 from 29 completions and no interceptions at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium. But it was a miserable night for the Chiefs and quarterback Patrick Mahomes, seen by many as the likeliest pretender to Brady’s throne. Mahomes, 25, was roughed up repeatedly by a relentless Buccaneers defense, sacked three times and intercepted twice, failing to register a touchdown as the Chiefs’ vaunted offense failed to fire. Instead, the night belonged to the Buccaneers and Brady, who added another incredible feat to his extensive catalogue of achievements by leading his new franchise to the Vince Lombardi trophy after a tumultuous season played under the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic. Chiefs pay penalty The expected Super Bowl classic never materialized as the Buccaneers dominated to race into a 21-6 first half lead with two touchdowns from Brady’s old Patriots team-mate Rob Gronkwowski and a third from Antonio Brown. Running back Leonard Fournette rushed for a fourth early in the third quarter as the Bucs comfortably closed out a win that saw head coach Bruce Arians become the oldest head coach to win a Super Bowl. The Chiefs were left ruing a disastrously indisciplined first half display that saw them repeatedly give up penalties that cost 95 yards. The Chiefs were never in the game after taking the lead with a 49-yard Harrison Butker field goal, with the Bucs defense pressuring Mahomes from the outset. The Buccaneers finally sparked into life on their third drive as Brady cleverly began varying play, using Fournette to pick up a quick first down before hitting receiver Brown for a 16-yard gain. A further long gain from Cameron Brate and a Fournette rush put the Buccaneers deep in Chiefs territory, and Brady picked out an unmarked Gronkowski to put the Bucs 7-3 up after Ryan Succop’s extra point. After another Chiefs punt, the Bucs were soon back threatening the red zone. This time however Kansas City pulled off a huge goal-line stand to deny running back Ronald Jones from one yard. The Chiefs were unable to make that moment count, however, and were forced to punt away on fourth down. Another costly penalty made the punt even longer and left the Bucs in good field position. The Chiefs looked to have snaffled an interception off a deflected Brady pass but again another holding penalty let the Bucs off the hook. Defense dominant It got worse for the Chiefs soon afterward when another penalty, this time for an infraction at the line of scrimmage, turned a Succop field goal attempt into a Bucs first down. On the next drive, Brady found Gronkowski in the end zone once more to make it 14-3. With the Chiefs again settling for a field goal on their next possession, the Bucs regained the ball leading 14-6 with a minute remaining in the half. Yet again penalties proved to be the Chiefs’ nemesis. A 34-yard pass attempt from Brady to Evans earned a flag after Bashaud Breeland tripped Mike Evans. Another holding penalty, this time against Tyrann Mathieu, left the Buccaneers on the one-yard line with 13 seconds left. This time Brady arrowed a bullet pass through a crowd of defenders to find Brown for a touchdown and a 21-6 lead. The Chiefs rallied early in the second half, with rookie running back Clyde Edwards Helaire producing two long carries take Kansas City into Bucs territory. The Bucs defense again shut down Mahomes passing options though, leaving Butker to cut the lead to 21-9 with a field goal. Tampa Bay’s offense picked up where it had left off in the first half, with Brady’s 25-yard completion to Gronkowski setting up good field position. From there Fournette found space on the outside and accelerated away from the Chiefs defense for a 27-yard gallop into the end zone. Succop’s kick made it 28-9 and the Bucs were cruising. It got worse for the Chiefs on the next possession, when Mahomes was sacked by Shaq Barrett before tossing an interception on the next play, safety Antoine Winfield with the pick. Another Buccaneers field goal from Succop made it 31-9 heading into the fourth quarter, and the game ended as the Bucs grabbed another interception. Read Next Don't miss out on the latest news and information. Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000.
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Bucs and Tom Brady complete Super Bowl fairytale in Florida
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A Set small text size A Set the default text size A Set large text size Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady was named the Most Valuable Player of the Super Bowl for a record-extending fifth time after leading his team to a 31-9 victory over the top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs. 43-year-old Brady, who previously earned MVP honours with New England Patriots, completed 21 of his 29 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns in the win and joined Peyton Manning as the only starting quarterbacks to win Super Bowls with multiple teams. Making his 10th Super Bowl appearance, Brady claimed his seventh ring on Sunday, wasting no time putting the Bucs in position for their second title and first since the 2002 season by firing for three first-half touchdowns and a 21-6 halftime lead. The early onslaught included a final-minute drive capped with a one-yard strike to Antonio Brown with six seconds left. Former Pats teammate Rob Gronkowski grabbed two touchdowns, padding the postseason record for scoring connections from Brady to 14. Gronkowski had six grabs for 67 yards. A 27-yard TD run in the third quarter by Leonard Fournette, who recorded 89 yards on 16 touches, made it 28-9. That TD helped ice the outcome as the Bucs constantly pressured the Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, who suffered his worst NFL defeat. Defending champions Kansas City settled for three field goals by Harrison Butker. Mahomes finished just 26 of 49 for 270 yards. He had two interceptions, a pick by Antoine Winfield that led to a third-quarter Tampa Bay field goal, and the second with a minute remaining by Devin White. Mahomes scrambled for 33 yards, Travis Kelce led the Chiefs with 10 receptions for 133 yards, and the Chiefs committed 11 penalties, eight in the first half. © AAP
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