Playoffs NFL 2021 At age 43, he led the Bucs to the Super Bowl
In his first season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom Brady has already led them to their first Super Bowl since 2003. The 43-year-old veteran never tires of continuing to break records and with his move to Super Bowl LV he left some interesting numbers.
For starters, in his first campaign with Tampa, he became the All-time leader in touchdowns scored in the playoffs. Remembering that the Bucs were founded in 1974.
Brady became the player to throw the most consecutive passes away from home without being intercepted with 393, the surpassing the previous mark, which was 334.
Age doesn’t seem to matter to Brady, since since he turned 35, he has played half of his career playoff games. Since he turned 35 to the present, he has won more postseason games than any other quarterback in history. His last 17 victories They are more than Joe Montana at 16, followed by Terry Bradshaw, John Elway, Steve Young and Peyton Manning at 14 each.
With his arrival in the NFC, he already established himself as one of the players with the most wins over teams in this conference in the postseason. The list is led by Brett Favre with 12, Aaron Rodgers and Joe Montana with 10, and Brady with 9, adding their 6 Super Bowl victories and all three wins this season.
Considered by many to be the best player of all time in the NFL, play their fourth Super Bowl in the last five seasons And, added to that, he is the third to play since he turned 40. No QB has accomplished this feat. Combining the SBs that Aaron Rodgers, Dan Marino and Drew Brees have had with one each, Brady has the same amount as the three of them together since he turned 40.
Brady become the first player in league history to play 10 NFL championship games. Counting the major leagues in the United States, be the # 24 athlete to do so. LeBron James and Tom Brady are the only ones to do this in the last 30 years.
And even if they are personal achievements, it surpasses even an entire NFL franchise. Super Bowl LV will mean Brady’s 45th postseason game. It has more games in the playoffs than 21 franchises in the league.
As for postseason touchdown passes, with game passes against the Green Bay Packers for Scott Miller and Cameron Brate, he has made a TD pass to 34 different players, the most of any quarterback in the NFL. The second place is occupied by Drew Brees with 22.
And so we could count all the records that this NFL legend has made throughout his career and surely in the time he is active, continue to break more and more records. Surely this is one of the best athletes of all time.
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