9. Comeback King
Brady teams have a much better record of achieving comebacks than Rodgers’. The latter is phenomenal when his team takes the lead. But his overall ability to inspire a team to victory from a losing position is grim. In 2018, Brady had a 109-64 record from a losing position. In contrast, Rodgers only had a 48.55 record. Brady also continued to outclass Rodgers from the same position in the postseason.
The Patriots went 15-9 from a losing position with a 63 percent winning rate. But Rodgers only had a 46 percent success rate with a 6-7 record. A close look at the fourth quarter shows Brady’s stunning ability to succeed. His teams went 30-47 while trailing at the start of the fourth quarter. In contrast, Rodgers only went 12-55. Statistically, Brady’s rate of success was 39 percent compared to just 18 percent (via Fox Sports).