Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will play in his 30th career postseason game on Saturday against the Chiefs, tying an NFL record.
With 29 career postseason games played, Brady is tied with Jerry Rice for the second-most postseason games played, and behind only his former teammate Adam Vinatieri, who has played in 30. Vinatieri and Brady were teammates for 12 postseason games; Vinatieri played in six before Brady arrived in New England and has played in 12 with the Colts.
Brady already owns the postseason records for passes thrown (1,085), passes completed (683), passing yards (7,345) and passing touchdowns (53). Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is second to Brady in passes, completions and yards.
If the Patriots win two more games, Brady will become the first player to play in seven Super Bowls.