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Tom Brady‘s epic football career includes what seems like an endless string of Super Bowl wins. The San Mateo, California native, 45, has played in a whopping ten Super Bowl games between 2002 and 2021, playing stints with the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He began his career in earnest during college, playing for the Michigan State Wolverines. The quarterback is also famous for his steamy relationship with his wife of 13 years, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, 42, and his more-than-passing interest in former President Donald Trump. 

Controversial politics aside, Tom is the father of three, including his eldest Jack, 15, whose mom is ex Bridget Moynahan, and Benjamin Rein, 12, and Vivian Lake, 9, with Gisele. But his legacy as an NFL football great is truly his overarching achievement. Here’s our breakdown of every single time Tom Brady took home a coveted Super Bowl ring.

Super Bowl XXXVI (2002)

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At the time, Tom Brady was just 24 years old when he won his inaugural Super Bowl. The game was held in the Louisiana Superdome on February 3, 2002, and the New England Patriots defeated the St. Louis Rams, 20-17. According to the game’s Wikipedia page, Tom visited head coach Bill Belichick‘s hotel room after the win and asked him if he could visit Disney World in Florida instead of boarding the team flight. “Of course you can go,” he famously responded. “How many times do you win the Super Bowl?”

Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004) 

As it turned out, Tom would go to the Super Bowl many more times. In fact, it would be only two years later that he would return to the annual game and face off against the Carolina Panthers, beating them by another three-point margin of 32-29 at Houston’s Reliant Stadium on February 1, 2004. But Super Bowl 38 certainly wouldn’t turn out to be Tom’s most memorable trip to the game of all games.

A “wardrobe malfunction” scandal involving half time performers Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake would ultimately steal the thunder, creating a long-lasting controversy and becoming a talking point for years to come.

Super Bowl XXXIX (2005)

By 2005, it was becoming apparent that Tom Brady and the New England Patriots weren’t going away anytime soon. New England defeated the Philadelphia Eagles by yet another three-point margin 24-21 at the February 6, 2005, event held in Jacksonville, Florida. Legendary Beatles lead singer Paul McCartney notably entertained the crowd at half-time.

As a member of the team, Tom received a bonus payment of $68,000 for the win, per the game’s Wikipedia page.

Super Bowl XLIX (2015)

It would be a full decade before Tom would find himself back at the Super Bowl, this time facing off against the Seattle Seahawks and defeating them 28-24 in Arizona on February 1, 2015. Tickets for the game hovered around $10,000 each, and it’s no wonder — according to’s 100 Greatest Games, this particular win for Tom ranks as the third highest in the game’s history.

Super Bowl LI (2017)

New England’s next victims were the Atlanta Falcons, whom the Patriots walloped 34-28 at the February 5, 2017, game at NRG Stadium in Houston. This proved to be the Patriots’ fifth victory at the legendary game, and an average 111.3 million viewers tuned in for it. This game also appears on’s 100 Greatest Games list at number nine. Lady Gaga performed at halftime.

Tom’s victory at Super Bowl LI is most notable because it featured the largest comeback in Super Bowl history, with his team emerging from a dramatic 28-3 deficit and winning in overtime. The game is now nicknamed “28–3.”

Super Bowl LIII (2019) 

Tom next took his gorgeous family to Atlanta, Georgia to see him bury the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 on February 3, 2019. Super Bowl 53 was memorable for many reasons, but it’s most notable for being the final Super Bowl win of the Patriots storied “dynasty.” Tom ultimately left the patriots after the 2019 season.

Super Bowl LV (2021) 

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Tom’s time with the Patriots may have run its course, but his relationship with the Super Bowl didn’t. The winningest quarterback in NFL history took his Super Bowl touch with him to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and on February 7, 2021 in Florida, the team beat the Kansas City Chiefs soundly, 31-9.

Tom announced his retirement in February of 2022, but later reversed the decision and said he’d be returning to Tampa Bay for a 23rd season — clearing the way for even more future Super Bowl wins.


Read Now: YouTube Reverses Ban On 2020 Election Denial As 2024 Race Ramps Up – 101 Latest News



YouTube Reverses Ban On 2020 Election Denial As 2024 Race Ramps Up

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YouTube announced Friday that it would no longer remove election lies from its platform as former President Donald Trump and the MAGA-faithful continue to deny the results of the 2020 presidential election.

In a statement released on an official company blog, one of the world’s largest video platforms cited the “ability to openly debate political ideas, even those that are controversial or based on disproven assumptions,” as the reason for the change. A 2020 Pew Research study found that a quarter of American adults get their news from the platform. 

“Two years, tens of thousands of video removals, and one election cycle later, we recognized it was time to reevaluate the effects of this policy in today’s changed landscape,” Google-owned YouTube said. 

“With that in mind, and with 2024 campaigns well underway, we will stop removing content that advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches occurred in the 2020 and other past US Presidential elections.”

In its statement, the company clarified that it would continue to remove content that misleads voters about the voting process. 

YouTube announced the policy in December 2020, just under a month before the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol. A study from the independent research group found that videos peddling election lies garnered more than 137 million views during the election week. Those videos frequently spread to other social media platforms, comprising about one-third of all election-related videos posted to Twitter in November 2020. But after YouTube introduced the policy, the amount of election fraud videos shared on social media declined, The New York Times reported

In a statement responding to the change, Julie Millican, vice president of liberal watchdog Media Matters for America, noted that Youtube was “one of the last major social media platforms to keep in place a policy attempting to curb 2020 election misinformation.” Twitter stopped suspending, banning, or fact-checking users spreading election lies in March 2021, while Facebook reduced its efforts to quell the spread of misinformation in the lead-up to the 2022 midterms. This March, YouTube reinstated Trump’s account, following Meta and Twitter’s lead. 

YouTube “is now allowing people to say whatever they wish about the 2020 election,” far-right Republican congresswoman Lauren Boebert tweeted on Saturday, responding to the news. “Looks like even YouTube is ready for people to start talking TRUTH again.” 

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Read Now: Oscar Isaac Wants Pedro Pascal To Join The ‘Spider-Verse’ As A “Cranky, Old Spider-Person” – 101 Latest News



Oscar Isaac Wants Pedro Pascal To Join The ‘Spider-Verse’ As A “Cranky, Old Spider-Person”

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Oscar Isaac is already imagining the next Spider-Verse film and has a role for Pedro Pascal.

The Moon Knight star joined the cast of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse voicing the role of Miguel O’Hara, also known as Spider-Man 2099, a Spider-Man from an alternate universe.

When talking to British GQ, Isaac said that production of the film is already “brilliant at finding the right person for the right character” but suggested the Last of Us star voice a character in the next film.

“Let’s find something for him. He should be a Spider-Person, like a cranky, old Spider-Person,” he told the magazine.

In the same interview, Isaac talked about voicing Miguel O’Hara and what he admires about the character.

“He’s got this particular unique quality to him, but there are lots of things about him that I think are very surprising and make him such his own thing,” he said. “The fangs and claws and this violence that’s simmering underneath at all times? He’s just a really interesting character.”

Isaac also talked about his experience voice acting versus regular acting.

“You only have your voice to be able to express a lot of what’s going on. There’s more collaboration involved because it’s your voice, it’s the animators, it’s the design, it’s all these things coming together to create the character,” Isaac explained. “There’s something beautifully communal about putting that together and just adding one element and then seeing it all come together. It’s just such a beautiful work of art.”

He continued, “The art in this thing is so incredible, but specifically with Miguel. The way that he transforms visually and becomes more feral as things fall apart, I just thought, was so, so amazing.”

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Read Now: Jennifer Aniston Glows In Makeup Free Photos As She Snuggles Late Dog Dolly – 101 Latest News



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Jennifer Aniston, 54, paid tribute to her beloved late dog Dolly on Saturday. The actress took to Instagram to share two makeup-free photos of herself snuggling the adorable white pooch as well as a touching video of wind chimes hanging and making noise outside. “In memory of Dolly” could be seen on the center triangle section that held the chimes together.

In the two cute snapshots, the beauty wore a blue tank top and had her hair down. She was showing off a slight smile as she held the sweet pet close. She also wore gold dangling earrings. “Dolly forever ❤️,” she lovingly captioned the post. 

Once it was published, it didn’t take long for her fans to share comments of condolences and support. “So sorry for your loss. I love the wind chime idea. Every time you hear it, you’ll think of her,” one fan wrote, while another shared, “I’m so sorry for your loss.. your beautiful dolly has her wings and will always watch over you. Sending hugs❤️.” Others left just heart emojis to signify their love.

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This isn’t the first time Jennifer has shared an emotional post about pet loss. The dog-lover has had many animals over the years and she also shared a tribute to her dog Dolly, whom she shared with ex Justin Theroux, after her passing in 2019. They both shared photos of the heartbreaking yet beautiful moment they were by Dolly’s side as she passed underneath the sunset.

“Tonight, at sunset, after a heroic struggle… our most loyal family member and protector, Dolly A. laid down her sword and shield,” Justin captioned the sweet post. “🐺💔 She was surrounded by her entire family. ‘The one that never deserts, the one that never proves ungrateful… is the dog— faithful and true, even in death.’ -George Vest — Rest In Peace Dolly #adoptdontshop #rescuedog.”

In addition to Dolly, Jennifer has posted photos of her other precious dogs. One post showed two of them laying on a couch with her as she rocked a blue cozy robe. “Morning,” she captioned it along with an emoji face surrounded by hearts.

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