Tom Brady: The 45-year-old legendary QB who always beats the Dallas Cowboys

In his glorious 23-season career, Tom Brady has won far more games than he has lost, however, there is one team that is especially bad at trying to make TB12 walk off a field defeated, this is the story of the current Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback against their Super Wild Card Weekend opponent, the Dallas Cowboys.

Tom Brady has never lost vs. Cowboys

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In his career, which includes 20 years with the New England Patriots and three with the Bucs, the seven-time Super Bowl winner has faced “America’s Team” seven times and all seven times he has come away with the win.

While it is already a considerable sample to mark a trend of Brady’s dominance over the Cowboys, it is a fact that the ex-husband of Brazilian top model Gisele Bndchen has faced the team owned by Jerry Jones relatively little, since he saw them as rivals once every four years when he was with the Pats.

First and last time Tom Brady played vs. Cowboys

The first time TB12 faced the Cowboys was in the very distant 2003 season, also that game was the one in which he scored the least points to beat them by a score of 12-0, as a curious fact of that week 11 game held at Gillette Stadium, is that the opposing quarterback was Quincy Carter, who completed 20 of 36 passes for 210 yards, no touchdowns and three interceptions.

This will not only be the eighth Brady vs. Dallas game, it will also be the first playoff game and the only time they will face each other twice in the same season, since the Bucs and Cowboys met last September 11 in the first Sunday Night Football of the year, Tampa Bay won by a score of 19-3 in a game that was famous because quarterback Dak Prescott suffered an injury when he fractured the thumb of his right hand.