Last night Tom Brady and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers received their Super Bowl rings to commemorate their 2020 season and Super Bowl LV win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Naturally, Brady needed at least one post on his social media accounts to flex.
Taking to Twitter this morning, Brady showed off his new ring, calling it “pretty sick”. But he headed off the question of “which ring is his favorite” by declaring “#TheNextOne.”
“Pretty sick,” Brady wrote. “#WhatsMyFavoriteRing? #TheNextOne.”
Brady’s latest Super Bowl ring – his seventh – features a whopping 319 diamonds, representing the 31-9 win over the Cheifs. The Buccaneers logo is on the front, with two model Lombardi trophies underneath it.
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) July 23, 2021
Tom Brady had a historic season for the Buccaneers en route to leading them to Super Bowl glory. He set a single-season franchise record with 40 touchdown passes, leading the Buccaneers to their most points in a season ever.
After going 11-5 in the regular season, he led the Buccaneers on three straight road wins, throwing seven touchdowns along the way, to secure their Super Bowl berth.
In Super Bowl LV against the Chiefs, he had one of his most flawless performances ever, completing 72-percent of his passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns to win.
Now he’s getting ready for his 22nd NFL season, hoping to make his legacy even more untouchable. And with the team the Buccaneers have assembled, who would bet against him winning another one?