Tom Brady and Bill Belichick Have Combined to Win Insane Percentage of NFL's All-Time Games

Zach Brunner

Dynamic duos have taken over the NBA this offseason, but there has been one longstanding dynamic duo in the NFL that arguably overshadows any in sports history.

That is the New England Patriots' duo of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. The two have had success unlike any other, winning an absurd amount of games over the past two decades.

Entering Week 2, Brady has a total of 238 wins under his belt (including the postseason), while Belichick is up to 262. This means that if you closed your eyes and picked a random NFL game throughout the league's history, there's a 1.48 percent chance that Brady won that game and a 1.64 percent chance that Belichick won. Insane.

Their numbers are especially impressive since we were only looking at wins. If you pick a game at random, there's a 2.40 percent chance that the ageless Adam Vinatieri played in that contest.

Brady and Belichick have not only dominated the past two decades, but clearly they have dominated the entire league's history. The scary part is Brady and Belichick look poised to continue adding to their already-impressive totals this season.

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