Tom Brady’s Streak Of Perfection

September 14th, 2022

Master of the red zone.

No matter how you slice it, this is impressive as hell.

There have been amazingly good quarterbacks the past few years guiding their teams into the red zone. Aaron Rodgers and Pat Mahomes and Matty Ice are lethal when it comes to the red zone.

And then there is Tom Brady.

How much does Brady own the red zone? Consider, per CBS Sports, Brady has never thrown an interception in the red zone wearing a Bucs uniform. He’s an insane 59-0 as a Bucs quarterback after Sunday night’s win over the Cowboys in touchdown-to-interception ratio in the red zone.

That’s nuts.

The quarterbacks with exceptional touchdown-to-interception ratios are below: The next-best to Brady is a bit surprising.

Baker Mayfield 33-0.
Kirk Cousins 48-1.
Matty Ice 38-1.
Aaron Rodgers 63-2.
Josh Allen 54-2.
Justin Herbert 50-2.
Matt Stafford 50-3.

Throwing 59 touchdowns to zero picks when it counts the most is just wild.

15 Responses to “Tom Brady’s Streak Of Perfection”

  1. mark2001 Says:

    Great Statistic. When you get into the redzone, you get points and don’t throw interceptions. The sign of a winner.

  2. Casual Observer Says:

    The GOAT gets more intense and better when the pressure (like being in the red zone) increases.

  3. Buc4evr Says:

    Just hope we get our act together when we get down in the red zone. Other than ME, I don’t have a lot of trust in our other WR’s and TE’s. I’m not a big fan of Brate anymore…. 3 points in the red zone is not going to work against the better teams.

  4. Goatfarmer Says:

    Just like JaMiss.

    Oh, wait.

  5. unbelievable Says:

    Don’t jinx us like this Joe !

  6. Jack Sparrow Says:

    My concern is Giselle has spoken and she sounds P.O’d from Brady unretiring. I wonder how much is that impacting Brady’s focus going forward.

  7. AbucAway Says:

    I wouldn’t mind this streak coming to an end this weekend as long as we can do better than 1 for 6 in the red area.

    According to Sharp football analysis, league wide touchdowns made from in the red zone last year was 62%. For the past decade, that number has been consistently been above 50%.

    Whatever the issue might be, the offense needs to make the changes to at least get up to par with the rest of the league and it’s doubly important to me because eff the Saints, that’s why.

  8. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Stop it, Jack. Brady wears the testicles in his family, unlike too many men these days.

  9. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    That is also why we come away with only 3 many times….

    Brady will not take any chances with red zone passes….

    It is sort of amazing that there hasn’t been at least one tipped ball or WR juggle that ended up as an interception.

  10. Jack Burton Mercer Says:

    All those guys have top shelf receivers too. It’s not just about the QB.

  11. Jack Burton Mercer Says:

    Where is JW on that list?

  12. Christopher Fava Says:

    Kicking field goals In the red zone isn’t gonna beat the saints,tom Brady a sitting duck 🤣😂

  13. stpetebucsfan Says:

    I’m still reserving judgement on a couple of QB’s. Mitch Trubisky may have found the right team and the right coach. And my son a Browns fan always told me Mayfield is actually pretty good but his coaching and their game plans usually sucked.

    Let’s see how those guys do this year. I won’t be surprised if both have decent years. Trubisky is obviously in a better situation but who knows about the Panthers?

  14. geno711 Says:

    Winston has 11 TDs and no Ints in the red zone during that same period.
    Hopefully, we will get the Jameis with lots of turnovers this week.

  15. The Buc'n Waterboy Says:

    My momma said “stats are for losers” or maybe that was Raheem the dream. Anywho…the stat that stuck out to me was that Brady is 59-0 in only 2 years and 1 game. Only Josh Allen and Justin Herbert have been with their respective teams for that short of time. How long has Choke Artist Rodgers been with Green Bay? How did he get MVP over Brady? SMH