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When it comes to the postseason, it’s not just about setting records for Tom Brady. In many cases, it’s about seeing how much farther the quarterback can pull away from the rest of the pack of all-time greats.
Sunday night, during Super Bowl LII, Brady surpassed 10,000 career postseason passing yards. That put Brady even farther from Peyton Manning’s second-best 7,339 yards. Brady has almost doubled Ben Roethlisberger’s third-best 5,256 yards.
With no sign of a slowdown in sight for the quarterback, it’s hard to imagine anyone ever threatening this entry in the record books.
SOURCE: NBC Sports