We all know about the greatness of Tom Brady.
Seven Rings Super Bowl, never seems to lose, we know, he’s awesome. He’s still chasing NFC’s No. 2 seed Tampa Bay Buccaneers who is set to face Los Angeles Rams on Sunday afternoon.
However, Rams is not a typical split ring opponents, they beat the legend this season.
Los Angeles hosted the defending Super Bowl Bucs champions earlier this season and beat them 34-24. So they have experience beating Brady and his teammates, how have those teams performed in the past against Brady him in the post-season?
It’s actually pretty good!
Brady is straight 5-6 and up against the teams that beat him earlier in the year. To be clear, the spread doesn’t work in any of these cases; Brady won and was insured or lost and uninsured.
Two of those five wins came last season before taking on the New Orleans Saints on the road, avenging two losses to New Orleans in 2020 and then taking out the Kansas City Captain in the Super Bowl.
The time before that was in the 2015 season, when Brady and the New England Patriots lost 3 points to the Denver Broncos 20-18.
Sean McVay is 10-8 ATS as a underdog in his career with the Rams and will look to improve his mark on Sunday. It’s worth mentioning that his Rams lost to Brady and the Pats in Super Bowl LIII, 13-3. The team is different now despite Matthew Stafford’s strong showing in a 34-11 win over the Arizona Cardinals in the wilds.
For more on this NFC Split Ring challenge, check out our game preview here!
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