Tom Brady could lose a record to a former Super Bowl champion
The 2024 NFL playoffs get underway this week, and the Wild Card weekend could see Tom Brady lose a record to a former Super Bowl champion.
Tom Brady made a big decision by retiring for good in 2023, but he left knowing many of records will be safe for a while — especially his seven Super Bowl rings. However, he could already lose a particular record in Wild Card weekend of the 2024 NFL playoffs.
The former New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers signal-caller is tied with Joe Flacco for the most road playoff wins with seven. So if Flacco leads the Browns to victory against the Texans on Saturday, he would leave Brady in second place.
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Flacco’s last playoff game was against Brady
From his last postseason appearance to his impending Cleveland game, Flacco has had a wild ride. Interesting, he last started a postseason game in 2014, when his Ravens lost to Brady's Patriots 35-31 in the divisional round
From then on, things were challenging for the 2013 Super Bowl MVP. After being benched in 2018, Baltimore sent Flacco to Denver, where he spent the 2019 season before playing for the Jets between 2020 and 2022.
His comeback in 2023 may be one of the most fascinating stories of the season. Flacco had to wait until Week 11 to find a new team, with the Browns bringing him in to fill in the vacancy left by Deshaun Watson’s injury.