- In Tom Brady’s first year with the Buccaneers they won the Super Bowl.
- During Tampa’s Super Bowl 55 victory parade TB12 got a little drunk.
- He then proceeded to throw the Lombardi Trophy to a teammate on a boat.
Tom Brady had himself one heck of a year in 2020. Not only did he, at the age of 32, throw for 4,633 yards and 40 touchdowns, he led his new team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a victory in Super Bowl 55.
It was the seventh time that Brady had won a Super Bowl, a record, and made him the only quarterback to win a Super Bowl in three separate decades.
So, when the season was over, and the Bucs had knocked off the Kansas City Chiefs 31–9 for the title, TB12 had earned himself a little bit of celebrating.
And celebrate he did.
During the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl 55 victory parade, which was held on the water, Touchdown Tommy was feeling no pain and, thanks to an assist from backup quarterback Ryan Griffin, barely able to keep himself vertical by the time it was over.
At one point, Brady infamously threw the Vince Lombardi Trophy over the Hillsborough River to his tight end Cameron Brate for a completion no one expected.
On Friday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Twitter account posted a blurry photo asking fans if they could guess the moment in the team’s history.
Can you guess this moment in Bucs history? ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/NxdUvAtfYR
— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) July 1, 2022
One person who certainly could was the man who made that moment famous: Tom Brady.
“This was my actual field of vision when I hucked that thing,” Brady tweeted back in response to the photo.
Tom, please stop. You’re making me like you. 🤣— Alex Jarvis 🏁 (@a_jar83) July 1, 2022
STOP BEING SO LIKEABLE!!— Cowboys Due Diligence (@StevieJPTX) July 1, 2022