Tom Brady has officially thrown more postseason touchdown passes than any other player in NFL history. But he might not have thrown the most impressive touchdown of the Patriots' come-from-behind playoff win over the Baltimore Ravens.
With his Patriots trailing 28-21 deep into the third quarter of a Divisional Round playoff game on Saturday in Foxborough, Brady watched as wide receiver Julian Edleman, who played quarterback at Kent State, tossed a 51-yard touchdown pass to fellow wideout Danny Amendola. The game-tying touchdown marked the second time that the Patriots had erased a 14-point deficit.
The Ravens would retake the lead with a field goal, but the Patriots would answer with a late touchdown for a 35-31 win. Edleman allowed Brady to throw that one.
"It's not fair when he throws it better than I do," Brady told NBC's Michelle Tafoya after the game.