Quarterback Tom Brady is the owner of 17 different Super Bowl records after leading the Buccaneers to victory over the Chiefs.
Tom Brady is the most successful quarterback in the history of the NFL.
There’s no debate required on that either. The Buccaneers quarterback just has to whip out a list of his Super Bowl records as proof. He owns at least 17 of them.
Here they all are in one nifty list:
Tom Brady’s Super Bowl records
- Most Super Bowl appearances — 10
- Most Super Bowl wins — 7
- Oldest QB to win the Super Bowl — 43 yards, 188 days
- Most decades with a Super Bowl win — 3
- Most Super Bowl MVPs — 5
- Most Super Bowl game-winning drives — 6
- Most Super Bowl touchdown passes — 21
- Most Super Bowls with 3+ passing TDs — 4
- Most Super Bowl passing yards — 3,039
- Most Supers Bowls with 300+ yards passing — 4
- Most Super Bowl pass attempts — 421
- Most pass attempts in a single Super Bowl — 62
- Most Super Bowl pass attempts without an interception — 48
- Most Super Bowl completions — 277
- Most completions in a single Super Bowl — 43
- Most consecutive completions in a Super Bowl — 16
- Most passing yards in a single Super Bowl — 505
What’s particularly great about Brady’s records is how they’re a reflection of both excellence and longevity.
It’s one thing to be the oldest quarterback to win the Super Bowl, but to have a title in three different decades is an astounding achievement.
You would expect someone who went to 10 Super Bowls to own the overall marks for passing attempts, completions, yards and touchdown passes. Brady also has put up huge numbers in individual games with multiple three-touchdown performances, plus his record number of attempts and completions in SB LI vs. the Falcons and his 505 yards in SB LII vs. the Eagles.
Between his appearances in SB XLII against the Giants and SB LII, he threw 48 passes without an interception.
Others may take a run at those marks, but it’s hard to imagine another individual managing to compile so many.