BOSTON - It’s January and here we go again, another game with Tom Brady back of centre and Bill Belichick wearing his omnipresent frown walking the sidelines.
If it seems like it’s Brady and Belichick every January, you’re not alone.
Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans will mark the 23rd time that the B&B show has been a part of the post-season and this year promises to be no different.
Together they have posted 16 playoff victories, which is the most post-season wins by a quarterback-head coach duo.
Since the 2001 season, Brady has led the Patriots into the promised land for nine seasons and along the way has delivered a 16-6 record.
With one more win — and pretty well everybody on the planet believes the Pats will prevail — Brady will move out of a tie with the legendary Joe Montana and become the quarterback with the most playoff wins in NFL history.