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2006 AFC Championship vs. Indianapolis Colts
Tom Brady put up 34 points against one of the NFL’s elite defenses. He threw for 232 yards and one touchdown. Only question is: Why is this such a choke-job, when he put up a rather impressive performance in one of the biggest games of his career?
Easy, you should never blow an 18-point lead when you’re supposedly “perfect” like the Patriots quarterback.
Down 38-34 late, Brady had a chance to drive his team down-field for a last minute score, but near midfield he threw a pick right to Marlin Jackson, sealing the Colts a win.
To make matters worse, Brady’s arch-nemesis, Peyton Manning, went on to win his first Super Bowl. That wouldn’t have happened if Brady didn’t put up a disgusting second half performance.
2005 Divisional Round vs. Denver Broncos
341 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.
Tom Brady was able to move the ball well, but pulled off his first career choking job in this very game.
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