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Tom Brady once endorsed a concussion-prevention drink, too

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Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is taking some heat for claiming that a product he endorses, Recovery Water, prevented him from suffering a concussion in the NFC Championship Game. But Wilson isn’t the only Super Bowl-winning quarterback who has endorsed such a product.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady previously endorsed a product called “NeuroSafe,” which allegedly “protects your brain from the consequences of sports-related traumatic brain injury.”

An ad for NeuroSafe shows Brady holding the Vince Lombardi Trophy and attributes to Brady a quote saying, “NeuroSafe makes me feel comfortable that if I get a concussion I can recover faster and more fully. There is no other solution on the market today that can do what NeuroSafe does. It’s that extra level of protection that gives me comfort when I’m out on the field.”

Despite Brady’s endorsement, NeuroSafe appears to have gone out of business years ago. Its website no longer exists and its Facebook page hasn’t been updated since 2011.

There’s a good reason that products like this go out of business: They don’t work. They’re scams. They’re snake oil. And they’re dangerous because they mislead people about proper protocols for prevention of brain injuries. It doesn’t speak well for Wilson or Brady that they’re willing to lend their names to such products to make a buck.

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104 Responses to “Tom Brady once endorsed a concussion-prevention drink, too”
  1. jacind22 says: Aug 27, 2015 6:25 AM

    If Brady endorses it than its gotta be true. He would never lie……oh wait

  2. thechickenexpress says: Aug 27, 2015 6:30 AM

    And Peyton pretends to like Papa John’s “pizza.” Money, money, money.

  3. clavette says: Aug 27, 2015 6:32 AM

    He also endorsed butter’s creamy goo

  4. offthelows says: Aug 27, 2015 6:34 AM

    I think the bigger potential issue is Recovery Water apparently including nanomaterials. Fortune had a cover story on their use in foods by large corps, who suddenly did an about face and stopped using them.

    As for promoting concussion relief, it appeals to a rather small potential demo. It’s not like it’s a regular occurrence for anyone. Just stick with the claims Gatorade or Powerade make, neither of which seem more effective than simple H2O out of your tap.

  5. lgw91s says: Aug 27, 2015 6:39 AM

    Sure. A professional ad campaign, using a celebrity of Tom Brady’s stature, and they spell ‘concussion’ incorrectly? They spelled it ‘concusion’.

  6. whywerule says: Aug 27, 2015 6:41 AM

    This Pats fan cannot defend you on this one Tom Brady.

  7. derekleblanc says: Aug 27, 2015 6:46 AM

    I think the difference between Brady and Wilson is Brady did his endorsement because they came to his house with a dump truck full of money. Wilson is an investor in his company and we have seen that he has gone crazy. I somehow doubt god’s plan involved Wilson for him in the nfc championship was to throw 4 picks.

  8. spreadthecheese says: Aug 27, 2015 6:48 AM

    The difference is Brady did it for the money. Wilson did it because Jesus told him to.

  9. kissbillsrings says: Aug 27, 2015 6:51 AM

    Good God…
    Let’s create a media sensation out of absolutly nothing at all!!!

  10. 2since96 says: Aug 27, 2015 6:54 AM

    Timmy Brady…what a clown.

  11. catquick says: Aug 27, 2015 6:55 AM

    So….Tom’s a cheater and a killer?

  12. tbradysgay says: Aug 27, 2015 6:56 AM

    Tom likes it as long as he can get someone to take the air out it before he drinks it.

  13. crush22 says: Aug 27, 2015 6:56 AM

    ………..and UGGS.

  14. godelligoodelligoo says: Aug 27, 2015 7:06 AM

    Well…Brady as per rule book article #%^%# u r supposed to throw with your left hand!…

    Regards Troy Vincent with due blessings of Godell & Wells

  15. youngs79 says: Aug 27, 2015 7:11 AM

    I just lost some more respect for Brady. Those claims are absolutely preposterous.

  16. 6ball says: Aug 27, 2015 7:14 AM

    The dude needs the dough. He just got fined 1.9 million dollars for ” probably being generally aware ” of something that we all know now, never actually happened .

  17. tbradysgay says: Aug 27, 2015 7:21 AM

    Btw, does Connie Chung still play for the Patriots?

  18. nbptma1 says: Aug 27, 2015 7:23 AM

    Doesn’t change anybody’s mind about Brady here in New England other than to make the haters feel better.

    Heck, Belichick could get a tatoo on his neck and his nose pierced and we wouldn’t care.

    They ‘WIN’

  19. pftcommentersuperb says: Aug 27, 2015 7:25 AM

    I’m not going to defend their endorsements because I, like the rest of us, haven’t looked at the science of any of it, but I will say I don’t fault people who regularly get banged up and concussed for our entertainment for wanting to find and endorse ways to recover faster.

  20. bubbybrister/shovelpass says: Aug 27, 2015 7:27 AM

    Its a shame it didn’t work on his knee… nor did it have any anti-Marcus Pollard enzymes.

  21. slapmymonkey says: Aug 27, 2015 7:27 AM

    I have personal experience with NeuroSafe, and it believe it has done wonders for the various head traumas I faced during my days of playing football and participating extreme sports. Mary had a little lamb, little lamb, little lamb. Kmart sucks. 264 toothpicks. I like pancakes. In fact, I would say NeuroSafe has make me even more lucid than at any point in my life.

  22. unclebluck says: Aug 27, 2015 7:27 AM

    No surprise. It fits the Brady profile of being a cheater and a liar….

  23. tonyzendejas says: Aug 27, 2015 7:28 AM

    Getting paid to say stuff about products, sincerely or otherwise, is kinda what professional athletes do.

    The difference between Tom’s endorsement and Russell’s is that Russ offered his endorsement in an unrelated interview in the midst of conversation. He wasnt being professionally quoted in an ad, he was shilling for free in casual conversation because he’s evidently gullible enough to believe these products work.

  24. chieftaindawg says: Aug 27, 2015 7:29 AM

    Drive for 5! Tommy’s gonna win the Super Bowl in his backyard and ride off into the sunset. And I hope he says what is really on his mind. Belichick goes with him, but moves upstairs, and McDaniels takes over.

  25. sorosbolshevism says: Aug 27, 2015 7:31 AM

    Tom said it relieved cranial pressure.

  26. rjpats says: Aug 27, 2015 7:37 AM

    Are we sure he was actually aware this thing existed? Was he actually a spokesman or did they just use his picture?

  27. getyourownname says: Aug 27, 2015 7:38 AM

    It’s OK, he found a more effective prevention technique that really works. He just asks the refs to flag players when they get near him to reduce the chance he ever gets touched.

  28. dcpatfan says: Aug 27, 2015 7:45 AM

    The Greatest Quarterback Of All Time.

    Where can I get this stuff?

  29. footballfan58 says: Aug 27, 2015 7:49 AM

    And in related news, Tom Brady used Puffs Kleenex instead of Scott to blow his nose this morning! $100,000.00 fine! 6 game suspension! All accomplishments erased from the books!!

  30. whyamiacowboysfanagain says: Aug 27, 2015 7:53 AM

    no offense, but Brady isn’t the guy who should be endorsing pseudo concussion recovery drinks…. you actually have to be hit to get a concussion. Falling down on the ground when the pocket collapses or begging for a flag when a defender falls near your ankles doesn’t qualify!

  31. shadywarrior says: Aug 27, 2015 7:55 AM

    Well the logical response to this is obviously to conduct a crooked investigation, slandering Brady’s name with false leaks the whole way, and we should probably vacate the four Super Bowls, and hell, let’s just disband the whole team and send them all to Guatanamo Bay. Seems reasonable. Russ, you’re cool though, bro…

  32. bbb82 says: Aug 27, 2015 7:57 AM

    So Brady and Wilson should opt out of any concussion related settlements down the road, right? The NFL could save a lot of money by just giving this magic water to all its players.

  33. fcoprado says: Aug 27, 2015 7:57 AM

    Tom Brady once cheated with deflated footballs.

  34. nfl1818 says: Aug 27, 2015 8:08 AM

    As made clear by the SI story last year, Brady has consistently experimented with and refined his conditioning and health routine. And all of his teammates are respectful of his commitment to health and maximizing his output.

    But Brady wasn’t making the pitch after a huge hit and a miraculous recovery.

    The real issue is how many Seahawks players think their leader is a rapidly becoming a buffoon?

  35. stoopidfool says: Aug 27, 2015 8:10 AM

    Was Brady an investor ?

  36. delshofner says: Aug 27, 2015 8:14 AM

    Wilson also says “God speaks to him.”

    Maybe that should be on the label as a side effect.

  37. hooded12 says: Aug 27, 2015 8:17 AM

    Endorsements are one thing – every athlete does them for cash, whether or not they truly believe in the product.

    The difference here is that Wilson made the claim that his fixed his concussion, this product endorsed by Brady states that it helps him ‘recover faster and more fully’.

    If memory serves, I don’t recall Brady ever receiving a concussion and claiming this snake water fixing it. Wilson did, which is why it’s more of a problem.

  38. Tiffany says: Aug 27, 2015 8:17 AM

    Brady endorsing a shady miracle water company… OH GOD this is Watergate we’ve come full circle shut it down!

  39. Patskrieg says: Aug 27, 2015 8:21 AM

    Being a Patriots fan has always meant loving Tom Brady and hating just about all his commercial endorsements. In all fairness though, have you seen Brady act? It’s so atrocious that he has to take whatever comes along in print ads.

  40. aaronj2582 says: Aug 27, 2015 8:22 AM

    Maybe Brady should have endorsed an air compressor…

  41. helldog33 says: Aug 27, 2015 8:26 AM

    Brady should’ve drank something that prevented Goodell from investigating his footballs.

  42. doublebase says: Aug 27, 2015 8:26 AM

    Cheater! He’s a cheater! And he steals from people!! Call ESPN!

  43. eagleswin says: Aug 27, 2015 8:29 AM

    I wonder if Brady can remember endorsing this company, you know with it’s brain healing properties and all.

  44. marcuswelby1 says: Aug 27, 2015 8:29 AM

    And the piling on continues.

  45. thegenoatkinsdiet says: Aug 27, 2015 8:30 AM

    All of those ‘Jesus Juice’ comments sound kind of stupid now…

  46. ballistictrajectory says: Aug 27, 2015 8:35 AM

    Yep… Let’s crank up the #BeverageGate haters…

  47. celticsforever says: Aug 27, 2015 8:39 AM

    Ted and Roger would like to do an investigation.

  48. truck8595 says: Aug 27, 2015 8:42 AM

    C’mon Tom… stick to the Uggs!

  49. section310 says: Aug 27, 2015 8:48 AM

    He should be suspended four games for it. It would make more sense than what Roger has done over “more probable than not, generally aware.”

    For the uneducated non-New Englanders: Note my above mentioned sarcasm.

    That said, what is fact: TB12, Greatest of all time!

  50. mightbegoingtohellforthis says: Aug 27, 2015 8:50 AM

    Why not just call it liquid helmet?

  51. irongoats says: Aug 27, 2015 8:52 AM

    Not the worst products Athlete’s have endorsed and frankly I’ve never heard of either of them.

  52. gotitan says: Aug 27, 2015 8:53 AM


  53. bigbenh8tr says: Aug 27, 2015 8:56 AM

    Mostly agree but only someone without a highschool education could ever believe something as stupid as a sports drink would prevent them from brain damage or a concussion. Once again you have pushed the envelope too far

  54. bucks4ever13 says: Aug 27, 2015 9:10 AM

    Peyton is a bad comparison. He’s not only a spokesperson but he now owns some franchises. This is just ridiculous.

  55. kenrobinson12 says: Aug 27, 2015 9:10 AM

    Until it is studied and proven to do what it claims it is just snake oil.

    Josey Wales wants to know how it is at getting stains out?

  56. rocketmcstonebreaker says: Aug 27, 2015 9:12 AM

    The G.O.A.T.

  57. thevoice0freason says: Aug 27, 2015 9:20 AM

    Digging deep here to take the heat off Wilson. Brady sued that company in 2012 for using his likeness without his approval, but don’t let the facts get in the way of a good story! You should look for a job over at ESPN!

  58. briguy5 says: Aug 27, 2015 9:22 AM

    Tom Brady does not lend his name out to many endorsements (he’s not Peyton Manning). I have a sneaking suspicion that this wannabe company simply used his name and image without permission.

  59. roddoliver says: Aug 27, 2015 9:28 AM

    Deflaterade: Cheat thirst.

  60. STILLlolatpatshaters says: Aug 27, 2015 9:34 AM

    Wes Welker has his name attached to this product as well.


  61. trollaikman8 says: Aug 27, 2015 9:35 AM

    And let’s not forget John Elway’s car dealerships fraudulently pretending that Fords are quality products.

  62. tb12bb says: Aug 27, 2015 9:38 AM

    His facebook page liked the product’s facebook page. It seems legit.

  63. jag1959 says: Aug 27, 2015 9:43 AM

    Seems legit…

  64. sonhoodoo says: Aug 27, 2015 9:48 AM

    There is a strong chance NeuroSafe used Brady without permission. The actual ad has that “feel” to me of fake ads using fake endorsements. I can’t prove it, but I have seen it done many times with other celebrities.

  65. joemontanafootball16 says: Aug 27, 2015 9:51 AM

    I endorce Brawndo, it’s got what plants crave.

  66. 1historian says: Aug 27, 2015 9:53 AM

    I never knew about this and it’s quite funny.

    Thanks Mike

  67. tigerlilac says: Aug 27, 2015 10:03 AM

    Tom, that’s something you should apologize for and pay a fine (a charitable contribution would do).

  68. eyeandfootballofhorus says: Aug 27, 2015 10:06 AM

    anything to relieve the headache known as ‘deflategate’

  69. bonesawisready says: Aug 27, 2015 10:10 AM

    The fact that we are even discussing this at all shows just how desperately we need the regular season to start already.

  70. swaggyy says: Aug 27, 2015 10:10 AM

    Wilson > Brady

  71. cornerstone2001 says: Aug 27, 2015 10:12 AM

    The Brady supporters will blame Ted Wells and Goodell for this

  72. gisellichek says: Aug 27, 2015 10:15 AM

    Wow … Brady Haters are like seagulls on a Fish Pier… just waiting for PFT to throw scraps on ground so they can pounce.

  73. blackbug99 says: Aug 27, 2015 10:17 AM

    Deflatgate is fizzling so the media dug deep, and we’re back to “Watergate!”

  74. senatorblutarsky says: Aug 27, 2015 10:30 AM

    We all know Brady is a cheater so why not a liar as well?

  75. williamannand says: Aug 27, 2015 10:36 AM

    Neither product is mainstream. Both Brady and Wilson has shown an inclination to choose their endorsements carefully. Obviously, the financial payout for these endorsements is much smaller than what Peyton Manning harvests from Papa John’s, Buick, Nationwide Insurance, Gatorade, etc.

    In choosing carefully, I’m sure neither Brady nor Wilson would choose a scam. They had to ( in Brady’s case) and have to (in Wilson’s case) believe that the product is of benefit.

    The reason that Brady’s drink failed is not that it doesn’t work. It’s that the marketing campaign did not work. There’s plenty of crap on the market that doesn’t work, and there are plenty of companies out of business now who offered useful products that never caught on.

  76. baltimorons says: Aug 27, 2015 10:39 AM

    What an idiot.

  77. peytonwantsaflag says: Aug 27, 2015 10:56 AM

    The only “heat” I see Wilson taking is from a couple guys that work for a place called pft. (And of course the few outraged comment-ers withh too much ime on their hands). It’s advertising, lighten up, pft has ads all over the place

  78. STILLlolatpatshaters says: Aug 27, 2015 10:59 AM

    Brady = Greatest QB of all time



  79. johnodocks says: Aug 27, 2015 11:19 AM

    It works but only if you spray some deer antler in it.

  80. whispersd says: Aug 27, 2015 11:20 AM

    Pretty desperate for mud to sling at Brady, eh?

    The fake deflation scam isn’t working out, so now you’re digging through the archives.

  81. whispersd says: Aug 27, 2015 11:22 AM

    You owe us at least five articles about how Goodell knew about the risks of concussions and lied to Congress about it.

    I mean, if you’re serious about who is knowingly taking actions to put more people in harm’s way, that is.

  82. kevpft says: Aug 27, 2015 11:24 AM

    Russell Wilson is jumping for joy and saying “hallelujah” today, because he just got off the hook.

  83. swagger52 says: Aug 27, 2015 11:28 AM

    Why is Brady worried about concussion medicine? The only injury he could have would be to his vocal chords for screaming for a penalty after he flops down to avoid a hit when anybody gets close to him.

  84. swagger52 says: Aug 27, 2015 11:29 AM

    No way…you mean a cheater is willing to cheat you out of money? Impossible.

  85. granadafan says: Aug 27, 2015 11:33 AM

    Neurosafe was busted by the FDA and Wilson’s company will be too. The FDA just doesn’t move very fast as they are swamped with thousands of internet companies selling snakeoil like Wilson is doing.

  86. swagger52 says: Aug 27, 2015 11:42 AM

    Brady should be plugging truth serum. This stuff really works, and btw I cheated.

  87. beastmode5150 says: Aug 27, 2015 11:48 AM

    Still hilarious how gullible some of you are. Russell DOESNT REALLY THINK water saves people from concussions.

  88. ampatsisahypocrite says: Aug 27, 2015 11:55 AM


  89. bstngrdn says: Aug 27, 2015 12:02 PM

    Are you kidding me? How about all the athletes and celebrities that used to endorse tobacco or alcoholic beverages? Or more recently the athletes and celebrities that endorse various insurance companies that are happy to take people’s money, but very reluctant or outright refusing to cover people when they have a claim? (ask the people involved in disasters like Katrina or Andrew how they made out)

  90. rootpain says: Aug 27, 2015 12:03 PM

    It’s got to hurt to be beat by Brady. Some of my sympathies (not many mind you) go out to you guys.

    I am certain even Limakey agrees with me. I think.

  91. jeleasure says: Aug 27, 2015 12:21 PM

    What keeps Russell Wilson safe? He showers with Pope on a Rope

  92. revskip says: Aug 27, 2015 12:26 PM

    “It doesn’t speak well for Wilson or Brady that they’re willing to lend their names to such products to make a buck.”

    Hard to take you seriously when your byline is surrounded by all those targeted ads. Some of which are for companies with very sketchy pasts.

  93. tomsetter123 says: Aug 27, 2015 12:40 PM

    Hey I know …. Lets call it “…WATER-GATE…”

    Has a nice ring to it….Do you think it will stick??


  94. exoneratedbyscience says: Aug 27, 2015 12:57 PM

    Apologies Russell, from Patriot Nation. Kind to sad to see people who were so quick to bash you backtrack and justify Brady for doing the same thing. Both of you were just trying to make a buck.

    Caveat emptor.

  95. 2001asterisk2003asterisk2004asterisk2014asterisk says: Aug 27, 2015 12:57 PM



  96. nhpats says: Aug 27, 2015 1:14 PM

    It’s clearly evident that the poundings that Brady and the Patriots have administered to some of these posters’ teams have left the posters themselves concussed.

  97. ampatsisahypocrite says: Aug 27, 2015 1:38 PM

    This just goes to show that Tom Brady could shoot some unarmed guy and hold up the gun in triumph, and Patriots fans would claim self-defense.

    It’s one thing to endorse shoes, it’s another thing to peddle some snake oil product that makes a mockery of what’s supposedly such a serious issue for football players from pee-wee level to the pros.

    What’s hilarious is how many Pats fans got all over Russell Wilson yesterday for doing the same thing, but now… anyone who calls out Brady is a “hater.” Chalk up yet more hypocrisy points!

  98. welltobefair says: Aug 27, 2015 1:43 PM

    The good folks at r/patriots were able to find proof that Brady never actually did endorse this product. The company illegally used his name and likeness on their site.

  99. mammothfan says: Aug 27, 2015 2:07 PM

    Tom Brady cheat tea one bottle prevents concussions*****

  100. denverdude7 says: Aug 27, 2015 2:29 PM

    Tommy didn’t actually drink any of it.

    He just rubbed it on his footballs which softened the leather which allowed a few pounds of air leak out after the officials inspected them.

    All in a days work for a Patri*t…

  101. skawh says: Aug 27, 2015 4:25 PM

    Is that Tom “cheat” Brady who did that?

  102. itsfootballfolks says: Aug 27, 2015 5:10 PM

    How rich that the Baltimore fans take time out from looting their drug stores to comment on tom Brady’s alleged cheating.

  103. fanofpft says: Aug 27, 2015 6:00 PM

    Good report Mr. Smith. Surprised to see it on this homertrain. Taaahhmmee tarnished boy.

  104. bospat says: Aug 29, 2015 9:41 AM

    TOM BRADY NFL records

    When Wilson sniffs these I’ll be impressed

    NFL (career)
    Most games, 145+ passer rating, career: 13

    Most games, 125+ passer rating, season: 7

    Highest completion percentage, post-season game (minimum 20 attempts): 92.9

    Most games with at least 75% pass completion rate and no interceptions, season (minimum 20 attempts per game): 6

    Highest completion percentage, game (minimum 6 TD passes): 85.3

    Longest pass completion: 99 yards ( tied with 12 other QB’s)

    Most Passing Touchdowns, Season, Away: 29

    Most Games 3+ TD Passes, Season: 12

    Most consecutive home games with 1+ touchdown pass: 47

    Most Consecutive Uninterrupted Games, 1+ Touchdown Passes: 52

    Most Consecutive Games, 3+ Touchdown Passes: 10

    Most Passing Touchdowns, one quarter: 5

    Most games, 115+ passer rating, season: 10, Aaron Rodgers 2011, Tom Brady 2007, Steve Young 1994

    Most games, 120+ passer rating, season: 8, Tom Brady, 2007, Philip Rivers, 2008

    Most games, 140+ passer rating, season: 4, Jacky Lee 1961, Roger Staubach 1973, Tom Brady 2007 & 2010, Aaron Rodgers 2011 & 2014

    Most games, 145+ passer rating, season: 4, Tom Brady 2007, Roger Staubach 1973

    Most games, 150+ passer rating, season: 2, Steve Young 1993, Kurt Warner 1999, Tom Brady 2007, Drew Brees 2009, Aaron Rodgers 2014

    Most seasons, 110+ passer rating: 2, Tom Brady 2007-2010, Peyton Manning 2004-2013, Aaron Rodgers 2011-2014

    Most games 35 completions, season: 3, Tom Brady 2002, Rich Gannon 2002 and Peyton Manning 2010

    Most passing yards, any quarter: 252, Tom Brady on October 19, 2009; Boomer Esiason on November 10, 1996

    Most consecutive 400+ yards passing games: 2; Dan Fouts, 1982; Dan Marino, 1984; Phil Simms, 1985; Billy Volek, 2004; Matt Cassel, 2008; Cam Newton, 2011, Tom Brady, 2011;[1]:s-9 Philip Rivers, 2013

    Most Games 1+ TD Passes, Season: 16, Dan Marino, 1984, 1986; Dave Krieg, 1984; Kurt Warner, 1999; Brett Favre, 2003; Daunte Culpepper, 2004; Tom Brady, 2010–2012; Drew Brees, 2010–2011, 2013-2014; Matthew Stafford, 2011; Peyton Manning, 2012–2013; Philip Rivers, 2013; Ben Roethlisberger, 2013

    Most Seasons, 50+ Touchdown Passes: 1, Tom Brady, 2007; Peyton Manning, 2013

    Most Consecutive Games, 5+ Touchdown Passes: 2, Ben Roethlisberger 2014, Tom Brady 2007, Daunte Culpepper 2004, Tom Flores (AFL) 1963,

    Most consecutive home wins, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 31, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2006–2011

    Most road wins in a season, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 8, Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers, 1990; Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams, 2001; Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2007; Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys, 2014

    Most wins in a season, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 18, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2007

    Most wins in a season, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 16, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2007

    Most consecutive wins against a single opponent, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 13, Steve Young, San Francisco 49ers, vs. Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams, 1987, 1991–1998; Tom Brady, New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills, 2003–2010

    Playoffs (career)
    Most games played – 29

    Most games started for a quarterback – 29

    Most games won as starting quarterback – 21

    Most consecutive wins, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 10

    Most consecutive wins to start a career, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 10, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2001, 2003–2005

    Most career home wins, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 14, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2001–2015

    Most consecutive home wins, post-season, by a starting quarterback: 8, Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2001–2007; Jim Kelly, Buffalo Bills 1988, 1990–1991, 1993, 1995

    Most touchdown passes – 53

    Most yards gained – 7,345

    Most passes completed – 683

    Most passes attempted – 1,085

    Most division titles for a starting quarterback – 12

    Most playoff wins for a starting quarterback – 21

    Most NFL conference championship appearances for a starting quarterback – 9

    Most NFL conference championship wins for a starting quarterback – 6

    Super Bowl (career)
    Most touchdown passes – 13

    Most yards gained – 1,605

    Most passes completed – 164

    Most passes attempted – 247

    Most passes completed in first half of a single Super Bowl – 20

    Most passes completed in a single Super Bowl – 37

    Most Super Bowl appearances – 6 (tied with Mike Lodish)

    Largest 4th quarter superbowl comeback:10pts 2014

    Most comeback wins in the superbowl:4

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