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One way or the other, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is set to make postseason history, Jeremy Lundblad writes on ESPNBoston.com.
With a victory over the Denver Broncos, Brady would join Joe Montana as the only quarterbacks with 15 postseason wins. He's currently tied for second with Terry Bradshaw and John Elway.
[But] if the New England Patriots lose this weekend, Brady would become just the fifth quarterback in NFL history to lose four straight postseason games. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Dave Krieg holds the record at five, followed by Warren Moon, Billy Kilmer and Y.A. Tittle, all of whom lost four in a row.
Worse yet, Brady would be the first quarterback to lose four straight postseason games without any being a road game.
How did Tom Brady go from Joe Montana to Dave Krieg?
Lundblad then goes on to provide information answering that question.
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