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    • mdarby215

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      Over the course of his 21-year career, Brady has made the Super Bowl in every season where he’s lost in Week 1 and that streak will continue this year if Tampa Bay can beat the Packers in Sunday’s NFC Championship. In his career, Brady has been the starting quarterback in 19 openers and in those games, he’s gone 15-4 as the starter. The first three Week 1 losses resulted in Super Bowl appearances and now, he’ll be hoping the fourth Week 1 loss does the same. 

    • TBChucky

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      Interesting.. I hope it continues!!

    • PatsfanrootingforBucs

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      Wow, I did not know that!

    • DEBUCSOWN

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      Don’t bet vs the goat in the post season.

    • seekpar

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      I hate silly stats like this. It really has no bearing on Sunday’s game. Trends can always be broken.

      Aaron Rodgers had 2 ints and threw for 0 tds in the game earlier this season. Will you expect the exact same result on Sunday because he did it before? Not likely.

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