He has 85 career postseason touchdowns along with 35 wins in the playoffs.
Some franchises are struggling to make the playoffs in general.
Meanwhile, Brady goes every single year and expects to win multiple games every time.
His playoff experience means it is hard for anyone to touch his all-time records.
NFL analyst James Palmer shared a stat that is not hard to believe, but shocking nonetheless.
Most Pass TD in Playoffs
Tom Brady (2012-21) 47
Aaron Rodgers 45
Joe Montana 45
Brett Favre 44
Peyton Manning 40
Tom Brady (2001-11) 38
— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) January 19, 2022
Brady’s 85 postseason passing touchdowns are an untouchable mark.
But the crazy thing is that he has 47 since 2012 alone.
Brady also had 38 from 2001-2011.
NFL fans know he is in the GOAT conversation, and the stats just drive the point home further.
An Untouchable Mark
Will anyone ever get close to Brady’s all-time touchdown mark?
Remember, that number is only going to go up and Rodgers is the next closest player at 45.
It would take another full career for the Green Bay Packers signal-caller to catch Brady, who is not even done yet.
Patrick Mahomes is seen as the next big thing in the NFL and sits with 22 career postseason touchdowns after tossing five last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Tom Brady has won 35% of the Super Bowls over the last 20 years.
Tom Brady has won 50% of his conference championships over the last 20 years.
The modern era of the league is nearly impossible to evaluate objectively because of one man’s dominance.
— DaBearsBlog (@dabearsblog) January 18, 2022
That surpasses his entire total of four from the 2020 postseason, showing how hard it is to do what Brady has done for years.
He is changing the way we look at NFL records and we may have to start treating second place as its own special mark.
Because many things Brady is doing will never be done again, or at least not for a very long time.