New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady stands alone in NFL history after winning his sixth championship with Sunday's 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII.
Brady's six Super Bowl titles are a new NFL record for one player. The 41-year-old veteran previously was tied with Hall of Fame defensive lineman Charles Haley, who won two Super Bowls with San Francisco 49ers and three with the Dallas Cowboys.
The veteran QB didn't play particularly well against the Rams. Brady completed 21 of 35 pass attempts for 262 yards with zero touchdown passes and one interception. He hit 1,000 career playoff completions in the third quarter, extending his own postseason record.
The Patriots also set several team records of their own Sunday night. They are the all-time leaders in playoff wins (37) and have tied the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most Super Bowl wins with six.
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