The world was a lot different the first time Tom Brady won a Super Bowl
- Tom Brady has won more Super Bowls than any other quarterback in the history of the NFL, but he hasn't always been dominating the league.
- A lot has changed since Brady's first Super Bowl appearance - and win - back in 2002.
- The #1 song on the charts was X, A Beautiful Mind won the Academy Award for Best Picture, and the iPhone had yet to be invented.
- Check out what the world was like when Brady won his first Super Bowl and read all of INSIDER's Super Bowl 2019 coverage here.
No quarterback in the history of the NFL has been more dominant than Tom Brady.
Brady made his first Super Bowl appearance as a second-year quarterback in 2002. Just days after officially getting the nod to start under center, he led the 14-point underdog New England Patriots to a stunning victory over the St. Louis Rams en route to earning Super Bowl XXXVI MVP honors.Since then, the 14-time Pro Bowler has appeared in seven more Super Bowl games and earned a full hand's worth of Super Bowl rings. And while Brady's dominance has remained consistent over the last 17 years, nearly everything else has changed in that span.
Check out what the world was like back when Brady won his first Super Bowl in 2002: