The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are Super Bowl champions and have proved that Tom Brady makes the system. The system doesn’t make Tom Brady.
After Brady’s latest win dominating the Kansas City Chiefs, 31-9, in Super Bowl 55, Tom Brady is the greatest to ever put on a jersey.
Sunday wasn’t just his seventh Super Bowl championship, it was his easiest. All of the previous six were decided by 10 points or less. All were close or competitive in the fourth quarter, until last Sunday. The Buccaneers were clearly the best team from early on.
Tom Brady and former Patriot teammate, Rob Gronkowski, were able to connect early for two easy touchdowns. Tom was later able to connect with Antonio Brown, and finally a rushing touchdown from Buccaneers running back, Leonard Fournette.
Patrick Mahomes plays the worst game of his career when it matters the most. The Buccaneers pass rush and the Chief’s bricks for hands were the ultimatum of scoring zero touchdowns and being absolutely dominated 31-9 by the Buccaneers defense and their offense lead by the G.O.A.T himself, Tom Brady.