Michael Strahan on Tom Brady’s 7th Super Bowl Win: ‘There’s Nothing He Can’t Do’

by Clayton Edwards
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Hall-of-Famer Michael Strahan took to Twitter to show Tom Brady some love this morning. Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers took home a massive victory over the KC Chiefs last night. The win gave Brady his seventh Super Bowl win. Likewise, it was the Buccaneers’ first Super Bowl win since 2003. Football fans everywhere, (except for Kansas City) are celebrating the monumental victory.

Michael Strahan is just one of many people taking to Twitter to praise Brady after the big win. Strahan tweeted a photo of him and Brday with a congratulatory message.

In the tweet, Michael Strahan says there’s nothing that Tom Brady can’t do. That seems pretty close to the truth. He literally overcame the odds to bring home the win. Almost every major oddsmakers had Tampa Bay at a disadvantage. Even those who predicted a Buccaneers win didn’t come close to predicting the absolute blowout that was Super Bowl LV.

Not only has Tom Brady taken home more Super Bowl wins than any other player. He also tops the number of any franchise. At the same time, Brady has earned the title of Super Bowl MVP more times than any player in the NFL. It won’t be long before he joins Michael Strahan in the Professional Football Hall of Fame.

Michael Strahan Missed One Detail

Michael Strahan was almost right. Tom Brady can do just about anything. However, while we’re all high on Brady’s record-breaking Super Bowl win, let’s take moment to talk about one of his three big game losses.

Going into Super Bowl XLII, the Patriots had a perfect season. They also had a handful of Lombardi Trophies under their belts. The Pats had never lost a Super Bowl with Brady at the helm. So, when they faced off with the Giants, everyone expected another Patriots victory. However, Michael Strahan and the New York team had other plans. That game went down in history as one of the best Super Bowls ever played. It was also one of the biggest upsets in the history of the NFL.

After that incredible game, Michael Strahan retired. He went on to be a media personality and showed that he could perform just as well on a television set as he could the gridiron. So yeah, Tom Brady can do just about anything, but Strahan will always have that monumental win over Brady.

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