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The Bucs were the first team to make a home Super Bowl and beat the defending champions Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night, winning 31-9 in NFL's annual spectacular.
It was an incredible night for Brady, who won his fifth Super Bowl MVP, and became the most successful person in the history of the sport, winning his seventh ring, which means he's also more successful than any franchise.
On Wednesday the team were back together again to celebrate their success, taking to the Hillsborough River in downtown Tampa.
The players, and their families, took to the harbour area, wearing the team colours, and partied on the river, with the quarterback needing help to get off the boat.
I guess his sea legs aren't what they used to be... pic.twitter.com/44K42bWPMe- Joey Knight (@TBTimes_Bulls) February 10, 2021
Before being helped to walk though, the 43-year-old was doing what he does best, throwing things to tight end Rob Gronkowski.
The former New England Patriots' QB was on another boat to his fellow former Pats player and threw the Vince Lombardi trophy to him.
In fairness there's no two people you'd rather were throwing and catching a football made out of silver to each other, especially after Gronk ran in for two touchdowns on the weekend.
Someone brought an actual live goat to this boat parade. I guess we now have to call it a GOAT parade. pic.twitter.com/W89IApIio0- Whitney Holtzman (@WHoltzman) February 10, 2021
You guys...@RobGronkowski , @MillerTime___10 @MikeEvans13_ @CGtwelve_ and Cam Brate are all on the little Water Taxi. Already the loudest ", rowdiest boat. This thing may capsize before 2 p.m. pic.twitter.com/XQaGQOLikO- JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) February 10, 2021
Brady isn't just the greatest on the pitch, it's clear he's the greatest when it comes to celebrating too!
This is our sort of boat party, just don't let anyone else throw a prestigious trophy like the Lombardi when on a river.
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