Patriots

Updated: Tom Brady’s Record Against Every Single NFL Team Is Absolutely Mind Blowing

  • James Finlay

    Except for one season when he had Wes Welker and Randy Moss, Tom Brady has never had over the top receivers. Brady then missed what would have been the second season of Welker and Moss when he was injured. The next season, Moss only made it part of the way before getting cut.

    Peyton Manning had 13 years of Marvin Harrison and 14 years of Reggie Wayne and both were 1,000 yard receivers for most of the time.

    Make all the arguments you want about how great Rob Gronkowksi is, and he is great, but the fact is he almost never plays a full season as he is always hurt.

    Basically, Brady did a lot with much less in the way of receivers.

  • G. U. R. U.

    He is not undefeated against Sacksonville

    • JBL aint do nuffin

      Imagine saying Sacksonville unironically, flamer

      • G Ingelido

        Okay, here you most definitely have a point. What happened to Jacksonville its like I’m watching them from 6 years ago all over again now lol.

  • Matt

    He’s really good, and probably the GOAT, but that 1-3 record against Payton Manning in the AFC Championship Game (the highest pressure game in which the two could play each other) is always going to be the one mark against him.

    • JBL aint do nuffin

      Not really, junior. It took the Colts literally crying to the league to have the rules changed on offense and brady’s top WR to be reche caldwell for him to finally get passed Brady in Indy. And those Denver losses had nothing to do with Peyton.

      • G Ingelido

        The 2013-14 AFC Championship game was goddamn lead by Peyton Manning. He tore up the Pats defense. Watch Highlights. Consider giving some credit, maybe? And the only reason Manning rarely won against the Patriots in Indianapolis was because Indy is not a well-run organization with consistency issues and the fact that they haven’t had a roster with more than 4-5 elite players on it since they were in Baltimore……Pats have a great organization and have had consistently great offensive rosters. Manning has the advantage in post season anyway tho. Plus, Manning has the yards and pass TD advantage on Brady in those Brady vs. Manning match-ups.

  • G Ingelido

    He is not the GOAT for the last goddamn freaking time. Peyton Manning beats Brady is most QB statistics that actually matter individually for the QB; in other words, not winning stats. Winning is a franchise/team effort, not something only drawn back to the QB, so stop using this statistic along with the 5 rings stat, as impressive as it is. Manning beats him in passing yards, regular season TD passes, most TD passes in one regular season, and highest pass completion percentage rate of all time. And for you simpleton win statistic fanatics, as soon as he escaped a poorly-run Indianapolis Colts franchise (genuinely sorry Colts fans, Jim Irsay though is not exactly a top notch owner/businessman and is a druggy), Manning went to 2 superbowls in just four seasons and hoisted a Lombardi trophy. He frankly easily could have in his first season with Denver as well if it weren’t for a major Rahim Moore mistake on a hail mary that the Broncos’ D had not let happen all year.

    And Manning aint the best QB of all time either. I won’t ever argue that. Im just saying Brady gets extra statistics thrown in his favor that the media romanticize that make him sound like the GOAT when he just really is not. Northeast. Coast. Bias.

    Best of all time in my opinion? I tie these two: John Elway and Joe Montana. Want to see pure decision making, athletic ability, and amazingly accurate and strong arm talent? Watch these guys. They played in an era where it was not as easy as it was for Brady or Manning to put up 50-55 TDs per season. Throw their old selves in today’s game, Manning and Brady will look average.

    Look up Montana and Elway QB statistics for my reasoning. Impressive for back then and more than proves my case.