Tom Brady’s complete history vs. Indianapolis Colts
Tom Brady returns to Lucas Oil Stadium where he’s had many storied matchups vs the Indianapolis Colts.
One of the NFL’s biggest rivalries over the last two decades was the New England Patriots vs the Indianapolis Colts. The rivalry was driven by the battles of Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, two of the greatest quarterbacks ever.
With Manning now retired and Brady no longer with the Patriots, Brady returns to Indianapolis for the first time as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and looks to spark the old rivalry. Let’s take a look at how Brady historically performs against Indianapolis.
In 14 regular-season matchups against Indianapolis, Brady is 11-3. In those 14 games, he has thrown a total of 3,753 yards, 32 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions. That settles to 268.1 yards and just over two touchdowns a game.
Tom Brady’s record vs Colts
Brady’s impressive 11-3 record vs the Colts improves to 15-4 if the playoffs are included. In the five extra postseason matchups, Brady added 1,037 yards and six touchdowns to three interceptions.
Out of the 19 matchups, seven have been at Lucas Oil Stadium, where Sunday’s game is. At Lucas Oil versus the Colts, Brady is 5-2. In those games, he’s thrown 1,869 yards, 17 touchdowns, and nine interceptions. His most recent loss? The famous Kevin Faulk Fourth Down Game back in 2009.
Indianapolis is hoping to limit Brady’s success when he comes to town with his new team, but it will be a challenge.
Brady returns to Indianapolis for Colts vs. Buccaneers
Much like the teams Brady was a part of in New England, the Buccaneers are immensely talented and are defending champions. They are loaded on both sides of the ball and will be another tough test for Indianapolis.
For Brady, he’ll be looking to dominate in a familiar location like he has done numerous times throughout his career. The red-hot Colts will be tasked with stopping him from getting another win against the franchise.