The Most Unbreakable Tom Brady Records

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Vote up the NFL records set by Tom Brady no one will ever break.

What are the most unbreakable Tom Brady records? Over the course of his twenty-two year career, NFL quarterback Tom Brady lit the NFL record book on fire by rewriting many of the game's longstanding passing records. Tom Brady began his career as a backup on the New England Patriots, before an injury to starting QB Drew Bledsoe gave Brady the reins he would never give back en route to six Super Bowl wins with the Pats and another with the Bucs to reach a total of seven Super Bowl victories - an NFL record. But now that Tom Brady has officially retired, which of Tom Brady's NFL records is the most unbreakable?

After Drew Brees retired last year, the former Saints QB left his top spot on NFL's All Time Passing Yardage rankings vulnerable, and there was only one man who could beat it - Tom Terrific. Brady passed for 5,316 yards in his final season to pass his old pal as the NFL's all time leader - a record which will likely stand forever... until Patrick Mahomes breaks it twenty years from now. However, there are more records Brady holds, which will take impossible feats to beat, such as his mark as the oldest player to win Super Bowl MVP (at 43 years, 6 months, and 5 days) or his record for the most game-winning drives in the Super Bowl (6). 

Vote up your favorite records held by Tom Brady, or at least the records you deem impossible to break! Then re-rank this list how you see fit.

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  • The Most Super Bowl Game-Winning Drives - 6
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    The Most Super Bowl Game-Winning Drives - 6

    QBs with 2 Game-Winning Drives: Eli Manning and Terry Bradshaw

  • Most Playoff Games Played - 47
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    Most Playoff Games Played - 47

    The Rest of the Top 5 Who Weren't Brady's Teammates:

    2. Jerry Rice (29)
    3. Peyton Manning (27)
    4. D.D. Lewis (27)
    5. Bill Romanowski (26)

  • Most Playoff Fourth-Quarter Comebacks - 9
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    Most Playoff Fourth-Quarter Comebacks - 9

    Players with 5: Joe Montana
    Players with 4: John Elway, Russell Wilson, Eli Manning, Terry Bradshaw

  • Oldest QB To Win A Super Bowl - 43 Years, 6 Months, 5 Days
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    36 VOTES

    Oldest QB To Win A Super Bowl - 43 Years, 6 Months, 5 Days

    Other old NFL QBs To Win A Super Bowl

    Peyton Manning (39) - 2015 Super Bowl L
    John Elway (38) - 1999 Super Bowl XXXIII
    Johnny Unitas (37) - 1971 Super Bowl V
    Jim Plunkett (36) - 1984 Super Bowl XVIII

  • Most Playoff TD Passes - 86
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    Most Playoff TD Passes - 86

    2. Joe Montana (45)
    3. Aaron Rodgers (45)
    4. Brett Favre (44)
    5. Peyton Manning (40)

  • Most Playoff Passing Yards - 13,049
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    Most Playoff Passing Yards - 13,049

    2. Peyton Manning (7,339)
    3. Ben Roethlisberger (5,972)
    4. Aaron Rodgers (5,894)
    5. Brett Favre (5,855)