The postseason careers of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning continue to move in opposite directions. With the Broncos losing to the Ravens this weekend, Manning’s teams are now 9-11 in the playoffs. Meanwhile, with the Patriots win, Brady broke Joe Montana’s record with his 17th career win as a starting quarterback in the playoffs.
At 17-6, Brady is now 11 games over .500 in his postseason career, 13 games better than Manning (-2). Here is a look at the quarterbacks that are the most games above .500 in the playoffs since 1970…
Data via Pro-Football-Reference.com
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