Tom Brady’s Super Bowl Stats & Facts – 7 Wins, 3 Loss

Tom Brady’s Super Bowl Time Line - 7 Wins, 3 Loss

Over the past two decades Tom Brady has achieved legendary status in the game with seven Super Bowl rings, 10 Super Bowl appearances and setting numerous records along the way.

Tom Brady’s Super Bowl Time Line

Here’s a look at some of the facts and stats from Brady’s ten Super Bowl appearances down the years (to date!).

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2002 – Super Bowl XXXVI – New England Patriots 20 St. Louis Rams 17

In terms of Super Bowls, it all started for Brady way back in 2002 in Super Bowl 36 in New Orleans, Louisiana for the Patriots against the St. Louis Rams.

New England surrendered a 17–3 third-quarter lead and the scores were tied 17–17 with 1:30 remaining when, without any timeouts, Brady led his team down the field to set up kicker Adam Vinatieri’s’s game-winning 48-yard field goal as time expired.

It was also New England’s first Super Bowl championship.

Brady’s Super Bowl XXXVI stats:

  • 16-for-27 passing
  • 145 yards
  • One TD
  • Zero INTs
  • 86.2 rating
  • Super Bowl MVP

2004 – Super Bowl XXXVIII – New England Patriots 32 Carolina Panthers 29

In 2004 it was off to Houston, Texas for Super Bowl 38, where the Carolina Panthers were the opposition.

The game was tied 29-29 with 1:08 to play in regulation and seemingly going into overtime. However, the Panthers defense could not prevent the Patriots from gaining the first down, as Brady completed a 17-yard pass to Delon Branch. On the next play, with four seconds left in the game, Adam Vinatieri kicked a 41-yard field goal to give New England the lead, 32–29,.

Brady’s Super Bowl XXXVIII stats:

  • 32-for-48 passing
  • 354 yards
  • Three TDs
  • One INT
  • 100.5 rating
  • Super Bowl MVP

2005 – Super Bowl XXXIX – New England Patriots 24 Philadelphia Eagles 21

Super Bowl 39 in 2005 saw the Patriots just shade the Philadelphia Eagles in Jacksonville, Florida to become the last team to win back-to-back Super Bowls.

Brady completed 23 out of 33 passes for 236 yards and 2 touchdowns, but Patriots wide receiver Delon Branch was named MVP for having recorded 133 receiving yards and tied the Super Bowl record with 11 catches.

Brady’s Super Bowl XXXIX stats:

  • 23-for-33 passing
  • 236 yards
  • Two TDs
  • Zero INTs
  • 110.2 rating

2008 – Super Bowl XLII – New York Giants 17 New England Patriots 14

There was a first Super Bowl loss for Brady in 2008 as the Patriots narrowly went down to the New York Giants in Glendale, Arizona.

The Patriots went into Super Bowl 42 looking to close out on a perfect season, but the Giants’ defense put Brady under pressure throughout the game and sacked him five times.

Brady’s Super Bowl XLII stats:

  • 29-for-48 passing
  • 266 yards
  • One TD
  • Zero INTs
  • 82.5 rating

2012 – Super Bowl XLVI – New York Giants 21 New England Patriots 17

Super Bowl 46 in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2012 saw the Giants and Eli Manning again get the better of the Patriots and Brady.

New England held a 17-9 lead in the second half, but New York responded with 12 unanswered points to take the championship.

Brady’s Super Bowl XLVI stats:

  • 27-for-41 passing
  • 276 yards
  • Two TDs
  • One INT
  • 91.1 rating

2015 – Super Bowl XLIX – New England Patriots 28 Seattle Seahawks 24

Super Bowl 49 in 2015 took place in Glendale, Arizona with the Patriots facing the Seattle Seahawks.

Brady took the Super Bowl MVP for the third time, although it could have been a different outcome had Seattle not decided to call a pass play on second and goal from the 1-yard line with 26 seconds and one timeout left, instead of a rushing play.

Brady’s Super Bowl XLIX stats:

  • 37-for-50 passing
  • 328 yards
  • Four TDs
  • Two INTs
  • 101.1 rating
  • Super Bowl MVP

2017 – Super Bowl LI – New England Patriots 34 Atlanta Falcons 28

Super Bowl 51 in Houston, Texas saw the Patriots rally from a 28-3 deficit against the Atlanta Falcons to emerge victorious in overtime (the first and only time a Super Bowl has gone to OT to date)..

There was another Super Bowl MVP for Brady too.

Brady’s Super Bowl LI stats:

  • 43-for-62 passing
  • 466 yards
  • Two TDs
  • One INT
  • 95.2 rating
  • Super Bowl MVP

2018 – Super Bowl LII – Philadelphia Eagles 41 New England Patriots 33

It was Minneapolis, Minnesota for Super Bowl 52, where the Patriots were beaten by the Philadelphia Eagles in a high-scoring game.

Brady completed 28 of 48 passes for 505 yards and three touchdowns, breaking the record for most passing yards in a Super Bowl that he had set in the previous season, but it was Nick Foles and the Eagles who took the plaudits on the day.

Brady’s Super Bowl LII stats:

  • 28-for-48 passing
  • 505 yards
  • Three TDs
  • Zero INTs
  • 115.4 rating

2019 – Super Bowl LIII – New England Patriots 13 Los Angeles Rams 3

It was off to Atlanta, Georgia for Super Bowl 53 in 2019 and a low-scoring game against the Los Angeles Rams in which neither offense got going.

This was the only Super Bowl in which Brady has failed to throw a touchdown pass, but it still brought the GOAT his sixth Super Bowl ring.

Brady’s Super Bowl LIII stats:

  • 21-for-35 passing
  • 262 yards
  • Zero TDs
  • One INT
  • 71.4 rating

2021 – Super Bowl LV – Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31 Kansas City Chiefs 9

And so to 2021 and Brady now wearing the uniform of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on home turf for Super Bowl 55 against the defending champions, the Kansas City Chiefs.

Despite the dominance of the Patriots over the past two decades, this was to prove to be the most resounding Super Bowl victory of Touchdown Tom’s illustrious career and brought him a seventh title.

Brady’s Super Bowl LV stats:

  • 21-for-29 passing
  • 201 yards
  • Three TDs
  • Zero INT
  • 125.8 rating
  • Super Bowl MVP

Those 10 Super Bowl performances add up to some very impressive stats that are unmatched by anyone else in the game:

Brady’s seven Super Bowl victories is more than any one NFL franchise has in total (New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers have six each)

  • Most touchdown passes – 21
  • Most passing yards – 3,039
  • Most passes completed – 277
  • Most passes attempted – 421
  • Most wins as a player – 7
  • Most passes completed in a single Super Bowl – 43 (LI)
  • Most passes attempted in a single Super Bowl – 62 (LI)
  • Most passing yards in a single Super Bowl – 505 (LII)
  • Most Super Bowl appearances – 10
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