Tom Brady will continue to re-write the NFL postseason record book in 2023

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Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady already owns some of the most significant NFL postseason records, and he’ll add to those records when the Bucs host the Cowboys on Monday night.

Here are a few of the postseason records that Brady owns, and some notes on how far everyone else in the league is from equaling Brady’s records:

Games played: Brady will appear in his 49th career postseason game on Monday. His former kicker Adam Vinatieri is in second place all time, having appeared in 32 career postseason games. Another former Brady kicker, Stephen Gostkowski, is tied with Jerry Rice for third with 29 games.

Games started: Brady has started all of his postseason games, so he’ll extend that record to 48 as well. Kickers aren’t considered starters, so Rice is next with 29 starts.

Games as winning quarterback: Brady has 35 postseason wins. Joe Montana is second with 16. In third place, Terry Bradshaw, John Elway and Peyton Manning are in a three-way tie with 14 postseason wins.

Passes thrown: Brady has thrown 1,855 passes in the postseason. Peyton Manning, with 1,027 postseason passes, is the only other quarterback to throw more than 1,000.

Passes completed: Brady has completed 1,166 passes in the playoffs. Peyton Manning completed 649, and no one else even has 500 career completions in the postseason.

Passing yards: Brady is the all-time leader with 13,049 career postseason passing yards. Peyton Manning is second with 7,339, followed by Brett Favre with 5,885.

300-yard games: Brady has passed for 300 or more yards 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.

Passing touchdowns: Brady has 86 career postseason touchdown passes. Joe Montana and Aaron Rodgers are tied for second with 45.

Brady will keep adding to his records on Sunday, and maybe for quite a few postseason games after that.

70 responses to “Tom Brady will continue to re-write the NFL postseason record book in 2023

  1. I remember when everyone was questioning who was better Peyton or Brady. That seems hysterical at this point Brady is in a class by himself, and some of those numbers will never be touched. Think about how good the Great quarterbacks of today are, and how far off they are from some of Brady’s numbers. Is Mahomes going to get to another 7 Superbowls let alone win all 7? Are the Buffalo Bills going to get to 7 Superbowls with Josh Allen winning all of them? It’s history in the making, and he’s not done yet which is even crazier to think about…unreal

  2. In the NFL, you are who your record says you are. Brady is the GOAT and it’s not even remotely up for debate.

  3. During Tom’s career Dallas has played 11 postseason games. Winning 3 of them. (America’sTeam)

  4. These will be in place forever. He also personally has more Super Bowl wins than any team.

  5. brady has played like 20 more postseason games than everyone else, not to mention at least 5 more years than everyone else. of course his numbers are going to be higher than everyone else. numbers alone dont make him the better player. its the same thing with frank gore. who would say he was a better running back than barry sanders even though he has 5000 more yards in his career. im not taking anything away from these guys but the records and numbers dont tell the whole story.

  6. Brady is only 3-3 in Super Bowls outside Spygate and Deflategate. In other words, he only has 3 legitimate rings.

  7. Manning has a 63% completion rate and Brady has a 62% rate. At least Manning is ahead in something 😄

  8. Brady isn’t 1st, he’s absolutely miles ahead of Manning who himself was brilliant !! No doubt that Brady is the GOAT and I fancy them v the Cowboys

  9. That’s why Brady refused to sit out a meaningless regular season finale, until he broke his own record for completions.

  10. Not bad for a “nice little system QB”

    NFL head coaches should really consider copying that system that follows him around one of these days.

  11. Bill Belichick would’ve been wise to retire once Brady “retired” from New England. The “Patriots Way” was obviously “TB12 Way”

  12. He’ll play in at least one more playoff game this year. Unless Micah Parsons has five sacks the Cowboys are going to lose.

  13. This should be TB’s last playoff game, but the Cowboys are like the Vikings, you never know what team will show up.

  14. @ bozobiden
    No doubt Brady is the goat, but there was a stretch where Manning was the best to ever play the position. Thus the discussion. Brady is for sure in a class by himself.

  15. That’s just swell.

    I watch the NFL for the fun of seeing my team play, and win or lose. There’s no appeal in watching a egotist adding numbers to his personal statistics that are already 50% to 100% more than the next player in the league.

  16. njeffrey says:
    January 11, 2023 at 6:43 am
    During Tom’s career Dallas has played 11 postseason games. Winning 3 of them. (America’sTeam)

    ============================================

    your understand that America’s Team is a branding, not an official title, right?

  17. He’s the best ever, no question in my mind

    He’s lucky the Bucs play in a lousy division otherwise this would have been the first time he didn’t make the playoffs since 2002 when healthy. Bucs are only the 4 th team with a losing record to make the playoffs in a non strike season…..they haven’t been good this year.

  18. Brady is great, but most of those numbers required a team and coach that were also good enough to make it to the playoffs and win those games consistently. I understand the importance of the QB position, but I’m not a fan of when announcers, writers, and analysts perpetually refer to games as this guy beat that guy. It takes a whole damn team.

  19. People may call Brady the GOAT but I have won 4 MVC awards playing for my Packers, and he’s not taking that record away from me. It’s all mine.

  20. Having to choose between rooting for Brady or rooting for the Cowboys is pretty miserable. I guess I just want whoever loses to be thoroughly humiliated.

  21. To all those people harping about how long Brady played, and no wonder his post-season stats are so high, remember one thing:

    No matter how many years you play, you still have to be GOOD to achieve those numbers. You still have to GET to the playoffs, and then WIN.

  22. nyctraffic says:
    January 11, 2023 at 9:35 am
    Brady is great, but most of those numbers required a team and coach

    ————

    Every single play in every single game require a team and a coach. Bottom line is that Brady has mad those players and coaches better. Want evidence? Look at how mediocre BB has been since Brady left

  23. It took Manning 17 seasons (not including the year he missed due to his neck injury) to hold all the QB records, but it’s taken Brady nearly a quarter of a century. Just think about that.

  24. justmymeaninglessopinion says:
    January 11, 2023 at 7:13 am
    brady has played like 20 more postseason games than everyone else, not to mention at least 5 more years than everyone else. of course his numbers are going to be higher than everyone else. numbers alone dont make him the better player. its the same thing with frank gore. who would say he was a better running back than barry sanders even though he has 5000 more yards in his career. im not taking anything away from these guys but the records and numbers dont tell the whole story.

    ————–

    If Frank Gore had 2x the number of 100 yard rushing games in the playoffs than the next player and won 7 Super Bowls, everyone would be saying he is the greatest of all time.

    It’s not just the longevity.

  25. nyctraffic says:
    January 11, 2023 at 9:35 am
    Brady is great, but most of those numbers required a team and coach that were also good enough to make it to the playoffs and win those games consistently. I understand the importance of the QB position, but I’m not a fan of when announcers, writers, and analysts perpetually refer to games as this guy beat that guy. It takes a whole damn team.

    ————-

    I think there’s room to appreciate the unfathomable career accomplishments that Brady has amassed and also understand that he was part of 53 guys that were required to win all those games. He was on great teams and those teams could not have won it without him and vice versa.

    Any doubt the Patriots make the playoffs this year if Brady was their QB?

  26. Losing record without Belichick and Arians, two elite coaches. Therefore he’s not that good without elite coaching. Fact. Proven. End of discussion. QED.

    That matters to me a lot more than longevity stats. Anyone can accumulate longevity stats if they play long enough.

  27. kurtlaughlin says:
    January 11, 2023 at 8:57 am
    That’s just swell.

    I watch the NFL for the fun of seeing my team play, and win or lose. There’s no appeal in watching a egotist adding numbers to his personal statistics that are already 50% to 100% more than the next player in the league.

    ————–

    So should Brady quit because he’s too good and make room form someone else? lol.

    Actually pay attention to what other players think of Brady. He’s the ultimate team guy. The reason he plays has nothing to do with padding his stats. He loves the game he loves his teammates and he loves to win.

  28. GoodellMustGo says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:41 am
    Losing record without Belichick and Arians, two elite coaches. Therefore he’s not that good without elite coaching. Fact. Proven. End of discussion. QED.

    That matters to me a lot more than longevity stats. Anyone can accumulate longevity stats if they play long enough.

    —————-

    So He’s played with a different coach for 1 out of 23 years and won the division and you think that’s a proven argument?

    You’re probably also the same person that is saying Belichick is nothing without Brady and base his entire career on his Cleveland record. lol

  29. Manning was very good but Brady was Great & it’s hard to compare them against one another because both played different styles of Offense. And an offer overlooked key to Tom’s success as opposed to Peyton’s was the NE & Tampa Defense – both were always a good,sound Defense in the postseason compared to Indianapolis or Denver which only showed flashes.

  30. Losing record without Belichick and Arians, two elite coaches. Therefore he’s not that good without elite coaching. Fact. Proven. End of discussion. QED.
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    Just to get it straight, BB and Arians are both “elite” although they’ve only won with Brady as their QB. Belichick is a below .500 coach without Brady and Arians is slightly above .500 without Brady with plenty of sample size. Yet those two are considered elite. Brady is not elite because he had one losing season without these two, a season where they still made the playoffs and his stats were better than another all time great Aaron Rodgers.

    Do I have this right? If Belichick continues to add to his losing record in future seasons without Brady is he still elite?

  31. It took Manning 17 seasons (not including the year he missed due to his neck injury) to hold all the QB records, but it’s taken Brady nearly a quarter of a century. Just think about that.
    ————-

    What were all QB records Manning had? Here are the two biggest. Brady was right at his heels. Guess who played in 100 more dome games than Brady.

    Manning career.
    266 games 539 TD 71,940 yards

    Brady
    266 Games 513 TD 70,264 yards

  32. bullcharger says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:22 am
    justmymeaninglessopinion says:
    January 11, 2023 at 7:13 am
    brady has played like 20 more postseason games than everyone else, not to mention at least 5 more years than everyone else. of course his numbers are going to be higher than everyone else. numbers alone dont make him the better player. its the same thing with frank gore. who would say he was a better running back than barry sanders even though he has 5000 more yards in his career. im not taking anything away from these guys but the records and numbers dont tell the whole story.

    ————–

    If Frank Gore had 2x the number of 100 yard rushing games in the playoffs than the next player and won 7 Super Bowls, everyone would be saying he is the greatest of all time.

    It’s not just the longevity.

    ——————-

    Also, Sanders was probably the most fun to RB watch in history, but give me Emmitt 100 times out of 100 if team’s gotta win ball games.

    Barry got his yards by breaking big runs but he also had more negative plays than anyone.

    Emmitt did the heavy lifting on every down and moved the chains.

    The goal is to score points and win. You don’t have to be flashy to be the best.

  33. cjmcfootball says:
    January 11, 2023 at 9:43 am
    Having to choose between rooting for Brady or rooting for the Cowboys is pretty miserable. I guess I just want whoever loses to be thoroughly humiliated.

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    Well one team will lose, so you can look forward to that. However, humiliation is left for the fans. The losing players sulk for an hour or two and then start enjoying their offseason of fun in the sun with millions of dollars.

  34. Brady is the only QB in NFL history to lose to Mr. Irrelevant in his first start…so let’s pump the brakes before we put him on Mt. Rushmore.

  35. okersc says:
    January 11, 2023 at 9:30 am
    He’s the best ever, no question in my mind

    He’s lucky the Bucs play in a lousy division otherwise this would have been the first time he didn’t make the playoffs since 2002 when healthy. Bucs are only the 4 th team with a losing record to make the playoffs in a non strike season…..they haven’t been good this year.

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    Interesting nugget (at least to me): In 2002 Brady wasn’t healthy. Brady needed surgery on a pretty severe hernia right after the season. Some insiders said that Brady may not have been available for the playoffs if the Patriots hadn’t lost the 3 way tiebreaker on week 17 to the Jets.

  36. I loved watching Montana in the 80s in the playoffs just as Brady the past 23 seasons. Their stats are right next to each other in the playoffs.

    Montana had 23 Playoff games

    5,772 yards 45 TDs 21 INTs

    Brady’s first 23 Playoff games

    5,621 yards 40 TDs 21 INTs

    Brady’s last 23 Playoff games

    7,100 yards 44 TDs 17 INTs

  37. steppinginpilesofrexryan says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:56 am
    Manning was very good but Brady was Great & it’s hard to compare them against one another because both played different styles of Offense. And an offer overlooked key to Tom’s success as opposed to Peyton’s was the NE & Tampa Defense – both were always a good,sound Defense in the postseason compared to Indianapolis or Denver which only showed flashes.

    ————–

    That’s a good point and you can argue that in 2006 and 2015 Peyton had his two best defenses and won two Super Bowls. In 2009 and 2013 Peyton had immense offensive talent and lost.

    It certainly matters.

    One thing Brady does that I think sets him apart from Peyton or most other QBs considered great is he could win ball games when he had to throw it 50+ times. He is one of the few QBs ever that could make all those short throws and be patient and rarely throw a pick. He really protected his defenses and made them look much better than they would have looked without him. Teams can’t run that Patriots style “dink and dunk” offense because Brady was the key to it. It was extremely effective but almost impossible to emulate.

  38. Just a few sentences. Not linked only by TB12:
    Crazy to thinnk I considered Brett Favre old and long overdue for retirement.
    Brady is very good. So was Marino. It’s a team sport and you need a good team and a good HC.(And Marino had Shula!)
    It’s never about numbers. Brady with NE was rarely in the Top 3 for most yards or most TD-s. It was about the wins.
    Most people never linked him. MVP and All -Pro are among else symphaty votes. A player like Brady with 20 seasons have 3 each.

  39. steppinginpilesofrexryan says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:56 am
    Manning was very good but Brady was Great
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    I cringed whenever I saw Peyton Manning face my team like something bad was about to happen and it usually did.

    When Brady faced my team? I didn’t cringe at all. He was just another guy.

    That’s the difference between the two. One is awesome and the other is nothing more than a product of a great team with elite coaching who runs a system.

  40. Guess who played in 100 more dome games than Brady.
    —-
    The “dome” argument is still a thing? Lol.

  41. Brady’s ‘losing record’ this year is an aberration. He left that last game early and with a lead. And if he was so concerned with such things he wouldn’t have even started the game to begin with and finished his season 8-8.

    Belichick’s losing record without Brady is real and speaks volumes about who made who. Everyone knows the truth now.

  42. When Brady faced my team? I didn’t cringe at all. He was just another guy.
    ————

    He was 44. Just give up.

  43. Brady is 35-12 in the post-season. Every other starting playoff QB is 17-17 combined.

    Prescott: 1-3
    Cousins: 1-3
    Daniel Jones: 0-0
    Purdy: 0-0
    Geno Smith: 0-0
    Hurts: 0-1
    Mahomes: 8-3
    Josh Allen: 3-3
    Lamar Jackson: 1-3
    Burrow: 3-1
    Herbert:0-0
    Trevor Lawrence: 0-0
    Skylar Thompson/Tua Tagovailoa: 0-0

    So, Brady already has more playoff wins than all playoff games started by all other QB’s combined. Only Mahomes and Burrow have a winning record in the post-season. Only Mahomes has a ring.

  44. bradyownsyou says:
    January 11, 2023 at 11:44 am
    Brady’s ‘losing record’ this year is an aberration. He left that last game early and with a lead. And if he was so concerned with such things he wouldn’t have even started the game to begin with and finished his season 8-8.

    Belichick’s losing record without Brady is real and speaks volumes about who made who. Everyone knows the truth now.

    ——————-

    No… No coach can win at the level BB was winning withough a top QB. They can get to 8-9 wins with mediocre QB play or maybe have 1 or 2 years of insanely elite defense and get a better record.

    However, competing for the Super Bowl year after year like he was doing requires a great QB. Belchick wasn’t 2-15. He fielded 2 teams that nearly made the playoffs the last 3 years and 1 that did, but all mediocre QB play.

    Put Brady, Rodgers, Mahomes, Allen on those teams and they are much better. Not 2007 Patriots better, but probably as good as the 2011 ish Patriots. With top QB play the Patriots still may not have been as good as the Bills, but Miami beat the Bills once with Tua. The Patriots could have competed.

    BB can be be blamed as a GM for the current iteration because the QB and the roster aren’t good enough, but he’s certainly still a great coach.

    For me, you judge coaches when they have a great QB and don’t win. Packers for example. So many chances to get the job done with one of the greatest QBs ever and didn’t. I am pretty confident if BB were the coach of all those great packer teams they would have won more playoff games.

  45. GoodellMustGo says:
    January 11, 2023 at 11:41 am
    steppinginpilesofrexryan says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:56 am
    Manning was very good but Brady was Great
    —-
    I cringed whenever I saw Peyton Manning face my team like something bad was about to happen and it usually did.

    When Brady faced my team? I didn’t cringe at all. He was just another guy.

    That’s the difference between the two. One is awesome and the other is nothing more than a product of a great team with elite coaching who runs a system.

    ———————

    Doesn’t matter if you did or did not cringe. Your team lost all the same.

  46. BangBangNinerGang says:
    January 11, 2023 at 11:23 am
    Brady is the only QB in NFL history to lose to Mr. Irrelevant in his first start…so let’s pump the brakes before we put him on Mt. Rushmore.

    —————

    Brady was nearly Mr Irrelevant himself. Brock Purdy is proving that he’s pretty good. Pedigree doesn’t mean squat. How someone plays once they get the chance is everything.

  47. No coach can win at the level BB was winning withough a top QB.

    Eh. Gibbs won 3 with nobodies. It can be done.

  48. BangBangNinerGang says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:19 am
    It took Manning 17 seasons (not including the year he missed due to his neck injury) to hold all the QB records, but it’s taken Brady nearly a quarter of a century. Just think about that.

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    Who’s saying Peyton wasn’t great. He was. If the two retired the same year it would have been a good debate. However, Brady passed most of Peyton’s records quite a while ago now. The continued high performance by Brady into his 40s puts him a step above anyone else.

    At any given moment in time you could argue Peyton, Rodgers and also Mahomes and Allen have been better. Brady would be the first to acknowledge their incredible abilities. Brady had some abilities they don’t too. His pocket presence and mental toughness for starters.

    What Brady has done in it’s entirety now is pretty hard to compare with anyone else.

  49. The “dome” argument is still a thing? Lol.
    ———————

    You seem to think Deflategate is a thing. Lol.

  50. GoodellMustGo says:
    January 11, 2023 at 12:47 pm
    No coach can win at the level BB was winning withough a top QB.

    Eh. Gibbs won 3 with nobodies. It can be done.

    —————

    Two of them, sure. I will give that to you. but I think Joe Thiesman won the NFL MVP in 83 right? After winning the Super Bowl the year prior. His career was cut short, but he was doing well. Gibbs also won the last one 30 years ago. So it’s become a bit more QB centric since then. The best example since then is probably the Giants, but as mediocre as Eli was at times, he was the first overall draft pick and played really well in the playoffs the years he won.

    Pretty tough to do if we can find one good example from 30+ years ago.

  51. Bullcharger –

    Great points for sure. I always thought Nanning was better at the position but the nod has to go with Brady. His back 9 is just as good as his front. Especially in the playoffs.

    Manning’s playoff career 27 games
    7,339 yards 40TDs 25 INTs

    Brady’s first 27 playoff games
    6,755 yards 43 TDs 22 INTs

    Brady’s LAST 27 playoff games
    8,366 yards 54 TDs 22 INTs

  52. bullcharger says:
    January 11, 2023 at 12:28 pm
    GoodellMustGo says:
    January 11, 2023 at 11:41 am
    steppinginpilesofrexryan says:
    January 11, 2023 at 10:56 am
    Manning was very good but Brady was Great
    —-
    I cringed whenever I saw Peyton Manning face my team like something bad was about to happen and it usually did.

    When Brady faced my team? I didn’t cringe at all. He was just another guy.

    That’s the difference between the two. One is awesome and the other is nothing more than a product of a great team with elite coaching who runs a system.

    ———————

    Doesn’t matter if you did or did not cringe. Your team lost all the same.

    —-
    It wasn’t Brady that beat them. The Bucs defense literally shut down the Patriots run game. I’d say that had a lot more to do with that outcome than the QB who managed only a 70 rating.

    The experience of Peyton Manning facing my team was absolutely nothing like Brady doing the same. Like night and day.

  53. Peyton Manning with the Colts: 94 rating
    Peyton Manning with the Broncos who last I checked do not have a dome: 101 rating including his MVP season there when he stomped all over Tommy’s records.

    I think we can put the Tommy fanclub’s BuT PeyToN PlAyeD In A DoMe!!! argument to bed now. Good night. 🙂

  54. Barry got his yards by breaking big runs but he also had more negative plays than anyone.

    Emmitt did the heavy lifting on every down and moved the chains.
    ==========

    Emmitt also ran behind one of the best offensive line in history.

  55. Two of them, sure. I will give that to you. but I think Joe Thiesman won the NFL MVP in 83 right? After winning the Super Bowl the year prior. His career was cut short, but he was doing well. Gibbs also won the last one 30 years ago. So it’s become a bit more QB centric since then. The best example since then is probably the Giants, but as mediocre as Eli was at times, he was the first overall draft pick and played really well in the playoffs the years he won.

    Pretty tough to do if we can find one good example from 30+ years ago.
    —-
    You’re right I shouldn’t have called Theismann a nobody but he’s not a HOFer either. Parcells won with Hostetler and Simms and neither of them are elite (although it’s noteworthy that BB was on Tuna’s coaching staff).

    I think Gibbs should be right up there when people talk about the all time great coaches and surprised he’s not talked about that way by many.

  56. dwqb11 says:
    January 11, 2023 at 1:02 pm
    The “dome” argument is still a thing? Lol.
    ———————

    You seem to think Deflategate is a thing. Lol.

    ____________________________

    Poor Patriots fans. They think their team didn’t gain any advantage to videotaping their opponents signals.

  57. nyctraffic says:
    January 11, 2023 at 9:35 am
    I’m not a fan of when announcers, writers, and analysts perpetually refer to games as this guy beat that guy. It takes a whole damn team.

    _________

    A whole team? Maybe with some QB’s but not me, Rodg. I AM the Packers. MVP’s are not a team honor and I have 4. On the other hand, the team around me has won only 1 Super Bowl.

  58. There are longevity records and then there is lapping the field and running away with it. Brady has/is lapping the field.

    Longevity isn’t a negative either. Being durable, available, and great is an impossible combo to find and Brady is one of the rare few to do it.

    He’s not just thing out there and playing mediocre. He’s excelling into his mid 40s. When guys need to compare how they felt facing Manning in his prime to how they felt facing Brady when he’s 43 is actually a compliment to Brady.

    Manning retired 5-6 seasons ago and Brady’s next playoff loss will tie him with Manning for the most to go along with his 21 (and counting) more playoff wins. That’s incredible. And people think that’s a knock on Brady 🤣😂

  59. Article from 2021. I am sure Brady would have love 100 more dome games.

    Tom Brady has spent his 22-year career with the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (both outdoor-stadium franchises), but his completion percentage inside a dome is nearly five percentage points higher, compared to outside (68.59% vs. 63.66%). His passer rating is also 111.8 in a dome and 96.4 outdoors.

  60. It wasn’t Brady that beat them. The Bucs defense literally shut down the Patriots run game. I’d say that had a lot more to do with that outcome than the QB who managed only a 70 rating.

    The experience of Peyton Manning facing my team was absolutely nothing like Brady doing the same. Like night and day.
    _________________________________________________________

    Yet Brady is undefeated against your team and Manning has a losing record. So, cringe factor or not, Brady wins again.

    Can’t pick and choose when the QB gets credit and when he doesn’t. If we are going to do that it’s only accurate to point out the QB that made you cringe has a stat line of 3 TDs, 5 INTs, and a sub 70 QB rating in all 4 of his SBs. Obviously can’t consistently win without elite coaching and players right? Like you said, facts are facts. End of story QED.

  61. dwqb11 says:
    January 11, 2023 at 1:02 pm
    The “dome” argument is still a thing? Lol.
    ———————

    You seem to think Deflategate is a thing. Lol.
    ——-
    It is a thing. Those text messages and the smashed cell phone say all that needs to be said,

  62. Manning in his 4 SB appearances
    1,001 yards 3 TDs 5 INTS 77.4 Rate

    Brady’s arguably worst SB appearances by the #s – both Rams and Giants games
    949 yards 4TD 2INTs 82.8 Rate

    I did not want to embarrass Manning’s SB stats so I will not put up Brady’s best 4 games or even the 3 losses plus another because he slung it against Philly in the loss.

  63. It is a thing. Those text messages and the smashed cell phone say all that needs to be said,
    —————-

    Judge Berman tossing it out of court is all that needs to be said. Run along.

  64. Anyone who minimizes Belichick’s role clearly didn’t pay much attention. There are dozens of indisputable instances in which a strategy or call by Belichick contributed to victory. Malcolm Butler does not make that game-saving INT if Belichick did not tell the defense that the Seahawks were going to run that play … and then have the defense practice against it all week. Parcells told Lawrence Taylor and later the world that the strategy used by the Giants to defeat Montana 49-0 in 1986 and subsequently 15-13 in 1990 was solely designed by Belichick. You can argue Belichick has 8 rings because he does.

  65. GoodellMustGo says:
    January 11, 2023 at 6:57 pm
    dwqb11 says:
    January 11, 2023 at 1:02 pm
    The “dome” argument is still a thing? Lol.
    ———————

    You seem to think Deflategate is a thing. Lol.
    ——-
    It is a thing. Those text messages and the smashed cell phone say all that needs to be said,

    ==========================

    You mean the cell data that he provided (and above and beyond, his emails) and… per his suspicion… it was still leaked.

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