Over the course of his illustrious career, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has turned in dominant performances against literally every other franchise in the league.
No team has felt the wrath of Brady quite like the Pittsburgh Steelers, though.
According to NFL Research, Brady has a 10-2 career record (including playoffs) against the Steelers, with 29 touchdown passes, 3 interceptions, and a quarterback rating of 115.1.
To top it off, his passer rating against Pittsburgh is higher than it is against any of the opposing 31 teams in the NFL.
Tom Brady is 10-2 in his career against the Steelers (including playoffs) with 29 pass TD and 3 INT in those games.
His 115.1 career passer rating vs PIT is his highest against any team.@Patriots
— NFL Research (@NFLResearch) December 12, 2017
Pittsburgh will be looking to reverse this trend when they host the Patriots this Sunday in a game that has all kinds of postseason ramifications.
The Steelers are currently sitting atop the AFC standings with an 11-2 overall record, while the Patriots are on their heels with an overall record of 10-3. With both teams having similar team models (high-powered offenses, and bend-don’t-break defenses), their Week 15 matchup projects to be a high-scoring affair, with the winner likely in line to land the No. 1 seed and home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs.