Pirates quarterback Tom Brady He already owns some of the NFL’s top postseason records, and he’ll add to those records when the Bucs host the Cowboys Monday night.
Here are just a few of Brady’s postseason records, and some notes on how far anyone else in the league is from equaling Brady’s records:
Matches have been played: Brady will appear in his 49th postseason game on Monday. His former player Adam Vinatieri is second all-time, having appeared in 32 postseason games. Another former Brady player, Stephen Gostkowski, is tied with Jerry Rice for third with 29.
Games started: Brady has started all postseason games, so he’ll bring that record to 48 as well. Kickers are not starters, so Rice is next with 29 starts.
Games like quarterback winBrady has 35 postseason victories. Joe Montana is second with 16. In third place are Terry Bradshaw, John Elway, and Peyton Manning’s three-way field with 14 postseason victories.
Passes have been thrownBrady has thrown 1,855 passes in the postseason. Peyton Manning, who caught 1,027 tackles in the postseason, is the only other quarterback to throw more than 1,000 tackles.
Passes doneBrady completed 1,166 passes in the playoffs. Peyton Manning has completed 649, and no one else has 500 career completions in the postseason.
passing yardsPostseason: Brady is the all-time leader with 13,049 passing yards. Peyton Manning comes in second with a score of 7,339, followed by Brett Favre with a score of 5,885.
300 yard games: Brady has passed for 300 yards or more in 18 different postseason games. Peyton Manning is next with nine 300-yard postseason games, followed by Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers with eight each.
touchdown passesBrady has 86 touchdown passes in the postseason. Joe Montana and Aaron Rodgers are tied for second with 45.
Brady would continue to add to his records on Sunday, and probably quite a few postseason games after that.
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