Amazon Quiz (August 9, 2021): In 2021, Tom Brady won his 7th Super bowl title, playing for which team?

The options are:

-Tampa Bay Buccaneers

-Green Bay Packers

-New Orleans Saints

-Denver Broncos

The answer is: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers, on February 8, won the Super Bowl LV at the Raymon James Stadium, Tampa. She beat Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 to script a historic victory. With this, Tom Brady recorded his 7th Super Bowl win, twice with Tampa Bay.

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Brady, 43-year-old, completely outplayed his counterpart, Patrick Mahomes, as he powered his team to the title. He had signed a two-year deal with them last year. Mahomes finished the game 26 for 49 passing and 270 yards with two interceptions.

In the first half of the game, Tom Brady linked up with former Patriots teammate Rob Gronkowski for a Buccaneers touchdown. This was followed by another touchdown by the duo as they extended their lead to 14-3. Brady finished 21 of 29 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns. Leonard Fournette also had four touchdowns in the playoffs.

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With this, the Buccaneers also had become the first team in NFL history to play in a Super Bowl in their own backyard.

After their defeat, Chiefs failed to become the first team after Patriots to win back-to-back titles. Their high-powered offense failed to get going.

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Brady, 43, had become the oldest man to play the final so far. Before this, he has six wins throughout a 21-year long career. Brady joined the Buccaneers in 2020, leaving his former club New England Patriots.

The Super Bowl LV was watched by 25,000 odd spectators – amongst whome 7,500 were healthcare workers.

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