It helps that he has played long enough to rack up the stats, especially when he reaches the postseason more often than not.
For the records that he already owns, he will keep on padding those numbers because it looks like he can still play at a high level for some years.
Imagine a 44-year-old coming off a season with 5,316 yards and 43 touchdowns.
No wonder he chose to unretire because he’s still got it.
As he continues to play, Brady will shatter more records like this one shared by the NFL on CBS.
The current record for playoff wins against NFC teams is 12 (Brett Favre and Steve Young).
Tom Brady has 10.
He has played in the NFC for 2 seasons 🤯 pic.twitter.com/LXeUx23Ozw
— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) July 11, 2022
What’s more shocking is that he did it in only two seasons with the Buccaneers.
To give you quick math, he won against the Washington Football Team, New Orleans Saints, and Green Bay Packers before defeating the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV.
Then, they defeated the Philadelphia Eagles last season but lost to the Los Angeles Rams.
Combine those victories with his six Super Bowl wins with the New England Patriots and that gives you ten.
Brady Can Tie Or Break Yet Another Record
Given the Buccaneers’ composition this year, Brady should reach 12 victories this postseason.
It helps if they will play in the Wild Card to have more playoff games for the taking.
Therefore, getting at least two playoff wins this season is possible for Brady and the Buccaneers.