Tom Brady is no stranger to setting NFL records.
In New England's Week 3 loss to Baltimore, Brady completed 28-of-41 passes for 335 yards. A repeat performance would once again etch Brady's name into the record books -- though Brady will undoubtedly hope 335 yards comes with a win this time.
Brady can tie or pass another Montana record this weekend as well. If Brady throws four touchdown passes on Sunday, he'll tie Montana's all-time postseason record for touchdown passes with 45. Five touchdown passes against the Ravens would give Brady the all-time record -- and likely a trip to New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII.
Further, Brady can break a tie with John Elway for most Super Bowl starts by a quarterback if the Patriots win. Both Elway and Brady have appeared in five Super Bowls, with Brady winning three, and Elway winning two.