Tom Brady claimed his 7th Super Bowl title over the weekend where his new side Tampa Bay Buccaneers fended off and quite easily dispatched Kansas City Chiefs convincingly 31-9. Brady now becomes not just the most successful player in NFL history, but he’s now won more Super Bowls than any franchise has; surely this makes the greatest sports star ever?



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In terms of stats, and we all know that stats do not lie, then Brady certainly has to be the best ever NFL player as he has the most TD passes (581) and will now join the 80,000 passing yard club as long as he doesn’t retire. If rival Drew Brees retires, then Brady will likely finish as the all-time leader in terms of passing yards as they are both rather close. Not only that, but he also is a three-time MVP and a five-time Super Bowl MVP which blows out any of the competition from his fellow American football stars.



However, we don’t believe that this is the issue in terms of the greatest sports star ever, as it’s the fellow GOAT’s from other sports that rival Brady to be the best ever. Stars like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal, Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan and Michael Phelps are the types of people that are challenging Brady to be the best ever sports star. Although it is difficult to compare these, there is no question that all these stars dominated their sport much like Brady did in the NFL.

Messi and Ronaldo have both won 5 Ballon D’or in football which crowns the best footballer in the world over the past calendar year, Williams has won 23 Grand Slam titles and needs one more to tie the record of 24, Phelps has a record 23 Olympic gold melds, Federer and Nadal have 20 Grand Slam singles apiece, Tiger Woods has dominated golf for nearly two decades now winning 15 Grand Slams and finally Michael Jordan has won the NBA a record 7 times. Having said all this, Brady clearly has some stiff competition to call himself the greatest ever.