New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady completed 30 attempts for one touchdown and 348 yards in Sunday's AFC Championship victory over the Kansas City Chiefs.
What It Means:
Despite two interceptions, Brady was once again his vintage self after producing clutch throws late in the fourth quarter and overtime to lead the Patriots to their third straight Super Bowl. In his ninth attempt to win it all, the future Hall of Famer will need to take down the Los Angeles Rams in order to win his sixth ring.
In two games this postseason, Brady has produced 64 completions for 691 yards and 2 touchdowns.