Tom Brady’s Ex Bridget Moynahan Speaks Out After His Super Bowl Win

by Thad Mitchell

Quarterback Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the National Football League Champions, winning the Super Bowl in convincing fashion.

The Bucs were able to easily overcome the defending champions, The Kansas City Chiefs, to the tune of a 31-9 victory. Tampa Bay was dominant on both sides of the ball in route to hoisting the Lombardi Trophy after the win. They held the typically high-scoring Chiefs to just nine points, keeping Patrick Mahomes and company to just three field goals. The Bucs offense was every bit as good, with Brady finding his longtime favorite target, Rob Gronkowski, for two touchdowns.

It’s nothing new for Brady as he made his tenth Super Bowl appearance and won his seventh championship ring. The quarterback spent the first 20 years of his career with the New England Patriots, winning six titles with the team. While some Patriots fans are bitter at Brady’s success with another team, others rejoicing in his victory.

Tom Brady’s Ex-Girlfriend Bridget Moynahan Congratulates Him on Super Bowl Win

One of those celebrating fans is Brady’s ex-girlfriend and longtime Patriots fan Bridget Moynahan. The actress took to social media after the game to congratulate Brady and the Bucs on their Super Bowl win.

“I am pretty sure I am not the only on from Patriots nation celebrating the Buccaneers (win),” she writes in the Instagram post.

Moynahan also includes a photo of Brady with caption, “Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have won Super Bowl LV.”

The actress has more than 240,000 followers on Instagram and her congratulations post has over 16,500 likes and counting.

Brady and Moynahan were an item for a couple of years and have a 13-year-old son together.

Brady was his usual self during the Super Bowl, putting up spectacular numbers and earning the game’s MVP award. He completed 72 percent of his passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns. Brady found his longtime favorite target Rob Gronkowski for two of those scores. He would finish with a passer rating of 125.8, which is higher than his regular-season rating of 102.2.