Thomas Edward Patrick “Tom” Brady, Jr. (August 3, 1977-) is an NFL quarterback who has spent his entire professional career with the New England Patriots. New England selected Brady in the 6th round of the 2000 NFL Draft out of the University of Michigan. In his career he has taken the team to seven Super Bowls, winning five of them. He also received four Super Bowl MVP awards; the only player to do so. Brady holds a wealth of personal and team records, including the record for the longest consecutive win streak in NFL history (21 straight wins over two seasons in 2003 and 2004). In 2007, he led the Pats to the first undefeated regular season since the institution of the 16-game schedule, but lost to the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII. That same year (2007), he became the first quarterback to throw 50 touchdowns in the regular season, since eclipsed by Denver Broncos Peyton Manning in 2013 with 55. Following their triumphant 2014 season, the Patriots and specifically Brady were investigated for possibly deflating footballs during the AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts. Brady and the Pats were fined and suspended, although he did not serve the four-game suspension until the 2016 season due to the appeals process. The Patriots lost to Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos in the 2015 AFC Championship Game, and then followed up the next season with a victory over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.