It was definitely one for the history books as Tom Brady became the oldest NFL player to play in a Super Bowl game and win.
Brady, 43, took home the victory in Super Bowl LV, with a 23 point win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Super Bowl 55 became one of the most anticipated games in recent history for many reasons.
For one, this is the first time in 20 years that Brady would be playing for another team after leaving the New England Patriots.
Many also questioned if Brady could recreate his Super Bowl success without longtime coach Bill Belichick.
But the biggest question of all was if Brady could still contend at his age.
Brady definitely put all speculation to rest on Sunday night when he broke another record in the first quarter.
In the first quarter, Brady and teammate Rob Gronkowski won their 13th post-season touchdown on an 8-yard pass, topping Joe Montana and Jerry Rice for the most post-season TDs by a QB-receiver combo in NFL history.
Brady personally recruited Gronkowski, wide receiver Antonio Brown and running back Leonard Fournette to join him with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
His instinct proved true as all players scored touchdowns in the first three quarters.
So will Brady decide its time to start winding down?
Not likely, it looks as if Brady will be playing for at least a few more years. Who knows? He could possibly be playing well into his 50s.