Updated: Feb 12
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady won his seventh career Super Bowl MVP in Sunday's 31-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV.
Brady, a seven-time Super Bowl champion, already held the record for most Super Bowl MVP awards with four entering the game, with Joe Montana second with three. All four of Brady's previous MVP awards came with the New England Patriots.
When asked what the future held for him, Brady answered, "Yeah, we're coming back. You already know that."
In his 10th Super Bowl appearance, Brady, 43, threw three touchdowns on 16 of 20 passing in the first half — two to longtime target and former Patriot Rob Gronkowski — making him the first quarterback in any Super Bowl half to have an 80 percent completion rate and throw for three TDs.
He finished the game with three touchdowns, 201 passing yards and zero interceptions on 21 of 29 passing. Brady was sacked just one time for six yards.
The Buccaneers scored TDs on three of their last four possessions of the first half after failing to convert on their first two. A second-half touchdown put Tampa Bay up 28-9 and it led comfortably the rest of the game.
Brady entered the game at +200 odds, via BetMGM, to win MVP.