Eight Super Bowls in 17 years? Numbers show Patriots’ dominance
Originally Published by ESPN.com
The NFL has never seen a run of success like the one the New England Patriots are on. As the team prepares to face the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII, here is a look at New England by the numbers (via ESPN Stats & Information and the Patriots):
9,721 — Passing yards for Tom Brady in the playoffs, the most in league history. Peyton Manning (7,339) is next.
992 — Brady’s total completions in the playoffs, an all-time high, with Manning (649) next.
856 — Career postseason receiving yards for Rob Gronkowski, the most by a tight end in NFL history.