The combination of Tom Brady’s dominance and Buffalo Bills’ sustained struggles at the quarterback position has created a wild fact.
Following the New England Patriots’ victory Monday night, Brady has now recorded more wins in Buffalo than any Bills quarterback since the 2001 season.
Most QB Wins in Buffalo since 2001#Patriots Tom Brady: 15
Drew Bledsoe: 14
Tyrod Taylor: 13
Ryan Fitzpatrick: 13
J.P. Losman: 8
— Sportsnet Stats (@SNstats) October 30, 2018
According to Pro Football Reference, 18 different Bills quarterbacks have won a game at New Era Field during that span. Brady rules them all.
The five-time Super Bowl champion boasts a 15-2 record on the road against Buffalo, as well as a 29-3 overall mark opposite the AFC East rival.
“Excellence” hardly gets better than that.
For the Bills’ sake, hopefully Josh Allen is the answer at the position and sticks around long enough to surpass the Patriots legend. Still, there’s a better-than-decent chance Brady adds to this total over the next few years.
Unless Tyrod Taylor returns to Buffalo — highly unlikely — Brady will be the most prolific quarterback at New Era Field during the two first decades of this millennium.