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Super Bowl LV

Tom Brady wins fifth Super Bowl MVP award as Buccaneers rout Chiefs

Tom Brady quarterbacked the Bucs to just the second Super Bowl title in franchise history.Patrick Smith/Getty

Tom Brady was named Super Bowl MVP for his performance in Super Bowl LV.

The former Patriots quarterback finished 21-for-29 for 201 yards and three touchdowns on the way to his seventh Super Bowl win, and first with the Buccaneers, beating the Chiefs 31-9 in Tampa.

It’s the fifth time Brady has won the Super Bowl MVP award.

He was in control from beginning to end, going 21 of 29 for 201 yards three touchdowns — all to some old buddies from New England — two to Rob Gronkowski and another to Antonio Brown.

After not throwing a TD pass in the first quarter of his previous nine Super Bowls, Brady eliminated that glitch on his resume with an 8-yard toss to Gronkowski — who came out of retirement for a moment like this — with 37 seconds left.

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By going 16 of 20 in the first half, he also added a record to his mile-long list as the first player in Super Bowl history to complete 80% of his passes and throw for three touchdowns in any half.

This is all old hat to a 43-year-old quarterback with so many championship rings — now, seven of them.

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