Tom Brady and the Top 10 Quarterbacks with the Most Starts in Playoff History
Tom Brady broke Brett Favre‘s record for postseason starts (for a quarterback) with last week’s win over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC’s Division Round. With this Sunday’s start against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, Brady will up his total to 26.
Manning sits in fourth all-time. This AFC Championship will be his 22nd playoff start under center.
In between is arguably the greatest quarterback of all time, and the one with the most Super Bowl rings, too (for now). That would be Joe Montana.
Here are the 10 QBs with the most starts in playoff history.Follow @VinGetz
|1.||Tom Brady||26||New England Patriots|
|2.||Brett Favre||24||Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings|
|3.||Joe Montana||23||San Francisco 49ers, Kansas City Chiefs|
|4.||Peyton Manning||22||Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos|
|5.||John Elway||21||Denver Broncos|
|6.||Terry Bradshaw||19||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|7.||Dan Marino||18||Miami Dolphins|
|7.||Roger Staubach||18||Dallas Cowboys|
|9.||Jim Kelly||17||Buffalo Bills|
|10.||Donovan McNabb||16||Philadelphia Eagles|
Posted on January 18, 2014, in NFL Football and tagged brett favre, football, history, List, most, nfl, peyton manning, playoffs, postseason, qbs, quarterback, starts, tom brady, top. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.