Brady and Rodgers have enjoyed long NFL careers. But incredibly they’ve only played four times against each other. As they play in different conferences the opportunities are slim. However, Brady has the upper hand when it comes to their head-to-head record. His teams have beaten Rodgers three times with a single defeat. Of course, it’s not entirely fair to base their performances on the results.
Football is a team sport but the quarterback has the potential to change the sport. Their most recent clash saw the Bucs send the Packers out of the 2020 playoffs. In the end, Brady continued his winning record as he continued to outclass Rodgers. The Packers QB had a lot of motivation because this was about legacy. But Brady and his team were relentless in pursuit of victory (via Forbes).