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Based on how often his Patriots teams have been to the playoffs, it makes plenty of sense that Tom Brady owns almost every postseason statistical passing record in the NFL record book. What's more impressive though, is just how much better Brady has gotten with age. 


According to Pro Football Reference, New England's signal-caller would still firmly be on the all-time top 10 lists for playoff passing yards, touchdowns, passer rating and playoff wins with the numbers he's put up from age 35 and on. 

As if we needed any more affirmation that the guy is the greatest quarterback to ever play the game.

Brady will have at least one more opportunity this postseason to add to his amazing playoff numbers when  New England takes on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Sunday night. It'll take a nearly flawless performance from ​Brady to push the Pats past the Chiefs , but win or lose, the GOAT will continue to cement his legacy.


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