The New England Patriots are going head to head with the Los Angeles Rams during this Sunday's Super Bowl LIII, and this could mark star quarterback Tom Brady's sixth Super Bowl win.

At 41 years old, Brady has five Super Bowl wins under his belt. He has also won Super Bowl MVP four times and league MVP three times. But even with his accomplishments, the New England Patriots QB is not actually among the top 20 earners in the NFL. So how much is Brady actually worth?

According to Forbes, Brady's net worth was estimated to be $44 million by 2016. But the quarterback may now be worth around $180 million, Mirror UK reported. This is about half of his wife Gisele Bündchen's estimated net worth, which is $380 million.

As of 2019, Brady is reportedly only the 21st highest-paid quarterback on a per-year basis despite being one of the most famous names in the NFL. He is currently signed on a two-year contract worth $30 million, making his average yearly salary $15 million.

The reason why Brady may seem to be "underpaid" despite making nine Super Bowl appearances in his career is that he reportedly chose to be paid less than market value in order for the Patriots' core to remain together. According to Forbes, this has been the key to the NFL team's success.

Meanwhile, the Patriots' possible win at this year's Super Bowl could also mean another record-breaking accomplishment for Brady. He is currently tied with former San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys defensive end Charles Haley for most Super Bowl wins in any position, according to Sports Illustrated. But if his team wins against the Rams this Sunday, Brady would surpass him and make NFL history as the player with the most Super Bowl trophies.

As for his personal life, Brady and Bundchen began dating in December 2006 and tied the knot three years later in February 2009. The couple shared two children, Benjamin Rein and Vivian Lake.

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Tom Brady is not among the top earners in the NFL despite his accomplishments. Pictured: Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots reacts against the Los Angeles Rams in the second quarter during Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 03, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Getty Images/Al Bello