By now, everyone knows that Tom Brady led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a massive Super Bowl win. With his seventh ring, Brady is riding high. He broke records for big game wins and Super Bowl MVP titles. Everyone from fellow players to journalists is celebrating his and the Buccaneers’ accomplishment today. However, when Brady spotted his family on the field after his massive win, we get a glimpse of what’s really important to the greatest QB to ever play the game.
There’s no way that Tom Brady wasn’t already excited about the win. Hell, most of the city of Tampa lost their minds when the game was over. It was a big night. However, Brady’s face really lights up when he sees his family on the field. The father of three had just pulled the championship t-shirt over his head when he saw them. The look on his face said it all.
That huge smile on his face and the way his eyes lit up when he spotted his wife and kids is possibly the most wholesome thing you will see on the internet this year. Tom Brady might be the GOAT to the rest of the world, but at the center of it all, he’s a family man. You can’t fake a reaction like that.
Tom Brady Kept His Family Close for the Rest of the Night
Tom Brady and his family came together on the field for some congratulatory hugs. The family togetherness didn’t end there, though. in fact, Brady had his three kids at his side for the rest of the night. They even went on-stage with him when he accepted the Lombardi Trophy.
In what may be the cutest moment in NFL history, Tom Brady handed the coveted trophy off to his daughter, Vivian. The excited eight-year-old held the trophy aloft while her dad gave his post-game interview.
According to a tweet from NFL Network correspondent James Palmer, the family time didn’t stop there. This morning Palmer said that Tom Brady slept in his daughter’s bed last night. He didn’t have much of a choice. Five of his nieces and nephews had laid claim to his bed. In the end, Brady said he got about two hours of sleep.
That just goes to show that Tom Brady is the MVP on and off the field. After a history-making season, he can take some time and enjoy the victory with his family.