Brady has a chance to get his name in the record books once again on Sunday.
With a win on Sunday, Tom Brady will become the all-time leader in postseason wins for a quarterback. Brady has 16 playoff wins in his career, which is tied with Joe Montana for the most in history. Brady recorded his first playoff win back in 2001.
Brady and the Patriots had no trouble with the Texans in Week 14, beating them 42-14 on Monday Night Football. The Texans lost their final two games to close out the season and struggled against the Bengals in the first round of the playoffs.
New England is favored in the game, and Brady seems poised to make history. The Patriots and Texans will kickoff at 4:30 p.m. at Gillette Stadium to decide which team heads to the AFC Championship.