Despite having a record of 4-5, the Bucs are still alive in the NFC playoff race.
Last week when the Bucs took on the Rams at home, the best of Brady was needed.
Down 13-9 in the fourth quarter with 44 seconds left, the Bucs needed Brady more than ever.
The 45-year-old QB answered the call as he led the Bucs down the field to score the game-winning touchdown.
This comeback victory was the 55th of Brady’s regular season career.
It was Tom Brady's 55th career regular season comeback and 69th career comeback when including the playoffs.
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There is no quarterback in the history of the NFL that has led his team on more comeback wins than Brady.
For Brady, this is his 23rd season in the NFL.
So any longevity stat will belong to him.
But, the ability to come back and win games at the rate that he has is impressive.
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He has 14 comeback wins in the playoffs alone.
The Rams’ inability to stop Brady from driving the field in 44 seconds to score was astounding.
It seemed like they played a prevent defense so the Bucs could not make a big play.
That was a massive mistake from Los Angeles as Brady picked them apart straight down the field.
Brady is undoubtedly the most clutch QB in NFL history.
He even has the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history under his belt.
As the Buccaneers fight for their playoff lives over the second half of the season, expect Brady to raise his level of play.