Tom Brady won his fourth Super Bowl title on Sunday night as the Patriots defeated Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in one of the most dramatic Super Bowls ever.
Brady had his defense to thank for the victory, with cornerback Malcolm Butler pulling off a miraculous interception to seal the win with 20 seconds left. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has subsequently been lambasted for not deciding to run the ball with Marshawn Lynch from the one-yard line.
Brady's reaction to the interception, however, was priceless as he showed the emotion of an eight-year old child who had just thrown his first touchdown.
Brady planning for the long-term
The win has now tied Brady for the most Super Bowls for a quarterback level with Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw, but Patriots fans don't need to worry about their signal-caller calling it a day at four titles, with Brady saying post-game that he plans to play for a long time yet.
“No. I’ve got a lot of football left,” Brady said in his post-game press conference. “It’s hard to play this game and it take a big commitment, a lot of sacrifice.
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"For all the players that have played in the past and I’ve looked up to and admired and a lot of the players now who I look up to and admire — it’s a big challenge and it’s incredible to experience this feeling once and I’ve been fortunate to play on four really great teams, so I’m really blessed.”
So NFL and New England Patriots fans, how many Super Bowl titles will Tom Brady finish his career with? Leave your thoughts in the comments box below.