- Mar 7, 2002
I'm not keen to join the "Belichick suxx0rs at GM/Defense" hot take threads, so let's take a step or two back and each suggest a record that we think won't be broken. Let's set the time period as post-1981.I mentioned this last night, but Tom Brady’s career stats in the Super Bowl (attempts, completions, yardage and TDs) have to be on a short list of modern records that will never be broken. In each category his career totals are more than the #2 and #3 guy on the list combined. He now has the #1 and #2 yardage games in SB history.
And, since I started, I'll nominate the easiest one: Jerry Rice's 22,895 receiving yards. Higher than the rushing record. It's unlikely someone will come within 5,000 yards of it.