Tom Brady became the oldest quarterback to win a Super Bowl with Sunday's victory over the Rams.

By Alaa Abdeldaiem
February 03, 2019

For the third time in five years, Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to a championship title with a 13–3 win over the Rams in Super Bowl LIII.

With Sunday's victory, Brady became the oldest quarterback ever to win it.

At 41 years of age, Brady sits alone as the NFL's oldest quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl. Before Super Bowl LIII, Brady held title with Peyton Manning, who led the Broncos to a Super Bowl win over the Carolina Panthers in 2016 when he was 39 years old. Brady joined Manning the following year by defeating the Atlanta Falcons 34–28 in Super Bowl LI when he, too, was 39.

John Elway was the previous record holder. At 38 years and seven months old, Elway led Denver to Super Bowl XXXIII victory. Elway was 37 when he won Super Bowl XXXII against the Green Bay Packers for his first championship.

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