Tom Brady hasn’t tossed postseason goal passes of 35- plus lawns in the latter phases of his profession, so his 36- yard touchdown pass to Antonio Brown had some significance. Brady’s touchdown pass to Brown was his longest goal pass in the postseason because January of 2012 when he finished a 61- backyard pass to Deion Branch– part of a six-touchdown video game in a 45-10 triumph over the Denver Broncos.

Brady has actually thrown 6 touchdowns of 35- plus backyards in the postseason, the longest a 63- yard pass to Ben Watson in2006 He tossed two 60- plus lawn touchdown passes to Branch (2005 and 2012) and a 41- backyard goal pass to Bethel Johnson in2004 His longest goal pass prior to the 36- lawn conclusion to Brown was a 34- lawn goal to Chris Hogan in 2017.

Brady had his 24 th game with 2 passing goals in the postseason, a NFL record (Brett Favre is second on the list with 15). Brady is 19 -4 in the playoffs when he throws two-plus touchdown passes. He likewise is the oldest player to throw a touchdown pass in the playoffs at 43 years, 159 days– passing George Blanda (43 years, 108 days).

Brady is also the first player in NFL history to throw 75 goal passes in the postseason.


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