Dating back to his ascendant playoff showing in 2001, Tom Brady, now 41 years old, has won five Super Bowls quarterbacking the Patriots.
The veteran signal caller is heading to his ninth Super Bowl appearance this year, as New England will face off against the Rams on Sunday, Feb. 3.
Brady's most recent Super Bowl victory came in 2017 with an unbelievable comeback win over the Falcons in Super Bowl LI.
With the victory over the Falcons, Brady passed Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana with his fifth Super Bowl win as a starting quarterback. He also tied former Niners and Cowboys defensive end Charles Haley for most Super Bowl wins at any position.
Brady and the Patriots returned to the Super Bowl in 2018 but lost to the Eagles. If he beats the Rams, Brady will stand alone as the player with the most Super Bowl wins in NFL history, while his coach Bill Belichick will extend his record as the coach with the most Super Bowl wins.
Brady led the Pats to wins in Super Bowls XXXVI (2002), XXXVIII (2004), XXXIX (2005), XLIX (2015) and LI (2017), winning MVP four of five times (his receiver Deion Branch won the other in XXXIX).
The quarterback holds nearly every major Super Bowl record for his position. Some of Brady's milestones include most touchdown passes (18), most passing yards (2,576), most passes completed (235), most Super Bowl appearances (nine) and oldest quarterback to start a Super Bowl (41).
Last updated: January 31, 2019