For the second time in franchise history, the Buccaneers are Super Bowl champions. And for the seventh time in his career, Tom Brady is a Super Bowl champion.

Brady outdueled Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs on Sunday night, keeping them from repeating as Super Bowl champs. He did that by completing 21 of 29 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns to no interceptions. He also got help from running backs Ronald Jones II (12 carries, 61 yards) and Leonard Fournette (16 carries, 89 yards, one score) in the Bucs’ 31-9 rout. If entire units could win Super Bowl MVP, however, this year’s award would undoubtedly go to Todd Bowles’ Buccaneers defense: The group limited Mahomes to 26-of-49 passing for 270 yards and pulled in two interceptions. Rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire was the Chiefs’ leading rusher with 64 yards, while tight end Travis Kelce led all receivers with 10 receptions and 133 yards. Tyreek Hill caught seven passes for 67 yards. The Bucs’ defense was fast and aggressive, attacking Mahomes in the backfield all night and sacking him three times for 27 yards in losses. It also allowed just three third-down conversions on 13 attempts, and only one of three fourth-down attempts.