Tom Brady has a little more postseason experience (27 wins, 5 Super Bowls) than the rest of the AFC QBs (15 combined starts). pic.twitter.com/6cY2Uon2W2— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) January 1, 2019
Since 2001, Tom Brady and the Patriots have gone 11-1 in the Divisional Round coming off a bye week. Shockingly, their only loss came way back in 2010 to Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets.
In the Tom Brady era, the #Patriots have only made the Super Bowl as the #1 or #2 seed. Have won 3 of 6 Super Bowl appearances as the #1 seed; won both Super Bowl appearances as the #2 seed. As you well know, they are the #2 seed this season.— Michael Giardi (@MikeGiardi) January 2, 2019
This certainly isn't the strongest Patriots team we've seen in the last decade, but they still figure to be a great bet in the Divisional Round, regardless of who they play.
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