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Tom Brady's illustrious legacy essentially started in what is now known as "the tuck rule game." For anyone who's seen the video, or is old enough to remember watching the game live, the field was covered in snow, and it was falling at a rapid rate for the majority of the game. 

That game made Tom Brady a household name. It was also when his fantastic career record and numbers in cold-weather games began. Well, fast forward almost two decades later and Brady has done nothing but build on his success in that game (we're not here to argue if it was a fumble or not).


Since then, Brady has compiled a 13-2 record in games played in freezing temperatures (under 32 degrees).

What is Tom Brady's postseason road record? 

Overall, Brady is 3-4 on the road in the playoffs and hasn't won a game on the road in the postseason since 2006. But of course, that speaks more to the Pats dominance in the AFC, which has led to them hosting more games after getting the No. 1 seed. 

The weather for the AFC Championship is looking to be quite a cold one. The projected temperatures a few days out are anywhere from 10 degrees to below zero by kickoff. It might not have the snow to match the tuck rule game, but it surely will make up for it in temperature. 


Either way you look at it, it's a climate Brady is comfortable in and has proven to be successful in time and time again. 


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