This Sunday at Gillette Stadium Tom Brady and Peyton Manning face off once again, this is the 15th meeting between the two, and Brady holds a 10-4 edge. The two have only meet 3 times in the playoffs and Brady leads in that category too, 2-1.

Both Brady and Manning have been named Sportsman of the Year, Tom in 2005, Peyton in 2012. They both hosted Saturday Night Live and both have been named Comeback Player of the Year.

Brady has more Super Bowl rings than Manning 3 to 1 and Tom has more Super Bowl appearances with 5. Playoff records go the Brady too, he is 18-7 (18 is an all-time QB win record), Manning is 10-11 in the playoffs.

Manning may hold the all-time touchdown pass record but Brady holds the record when it counts, in the playoffs. Brady has 42 touchdown passes in the playoffs and Manning has 34.

Sunday its a 4:15 p.m. start as Brady and Manning face off once again.

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