Two of Brady's Three Worst Playoff Games Came Against Baltimore Ravens

Published on January 16th, 2023 6:25 pm EST
Written By: Dave Manuel

The three games vs. Baltimore Ravens where Tom Brady had a hard time in the playoffs. Tom Brady has seven Super Bowl rings, which means that his number of bad playoff games has certainly been kept to a minimum.

With that being said, Brady has had some "off" playoff games over the years, with two of his three worst post-season games coming against the Baltimore Ravens.


In terms of QBR, Tom Brady's worst playoff game took place on January 10th, 2010, in an AFC Wild Card game against the Baltimore Ravens.

In this game, the New England Patriots were not only crushed by the Baltimore Ravens by a score of 33-14, but they were crushed on their home soil.

The Ravens shocked the Patriots by jumping out to a 24-0 lead in the first quarter, and Tom Brady and the Patriots were never able to recover.

This Ravens defense included the likes of Ray Rice, Terrell Suggs and Ed Reed, who were all causing havoc for Tom Brady and the Patriots on that day.

In fact, the Ravens managed to sack Brady three times.

To make matters worst, Brady was picked off three times, plus he lost a fumble to the Ravens as well.

Despite Ravens QB Joe Flacco posting a hilariously bad line of 4-10 for 34 yards and 1 interception, the Ravens absolutely crushed the Patriots.


Tom Brady's numbers on the day:

23-42, 154 yards
2 TDs
3 Interceptions
3 Sacks
1 Fumble Lost
49.1 QB Rating


The other two worst playoff games of Tom Brady's career came in AFC title games.

The first, an AFC Championship game against the Ravens, Brady and the Patriots managed to win, despite Brady throwing 0 touchdowns and 2 picks.

The second, an AFC Championship game against the Broncos, Brady and the Patriots lost.

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