12. Playoff Master
Brady is the undisputed king of the playoffs. There’s no way for Rodgers to outclass him here unless he wins the Super Bowl for the next five years. Brady almost has as many postseason wins against NFC opponents as Rodgers. This is despite playing in the AFC for 20 seasons. Rodgers has 11 wins against his conference rivals (via Sportscasting). Meanwhile, Brady has nine victories against NFC opposition.
Overall, Brady has defeated 18 of 32 NFL franchises in the playoffs. Brady’s postseason record stands at 33-11 and Rodgers is 11-8 as a starter. Brady has a much larger body of work. But his success rate is also far more impressive. He’s a brilliant clutch player and regularly inspires his team to do great things. Rodgers has underachieved and also has a terrible home playoff record.