Tom Brady made history. Now it's his coach's turn.
The Patriots' quarterback added to a string of postseason success that stretches back more than a decade, earning his 17th playoff win to break a tie with his boyhood idol, Joe Montana, for most by a quarterback.
After New England's 41-28 victory over the Houston Texans on Sunday night, Bill Belichick needs two more playoff wins to match Tom Landry's NFL high of 20. If Belichick gets there this season he'd also tie Chuck Noll for most Super Bowl championships by a coach with four.
First, the Baltimore Ravens stand in the way next Sunday in a rematch of last year's AFC title game.
''Right now our focus is just (being) happy to win this game and get on to Baltimore,'' Belichick said. ''We can reflect back on some other years some other time.''
Sunday was Brady's day to reach a milestone. His first postseason win came in the 2001 season, which ended with his first Super Bowl title. Now he's guiding the NFL's most productive offens...