What QB has lost the most playoff games?
Peyton Manning has lost the most career games by a quarterback in the playoffs, with 13 losses.
Ties cannot occur in the playoffs. The Dallas Cowboys have played in the most playoff games (65), through the end of 2022–23 NFL Wild Card round. The New England Patriots have the most playoff wins (37) and the highest playoff win–loss percentage (.627), with a 37–22 record, as of the end of the same Wild Card round.
Drew Brees was 0-4 in his career against the Ravens coming into Sunday's game but has now beaten all 32 franchises. He joined Peyton Manning and Brett Favre as the only players to defeat all 32 NFL teams.
Joe Montana, 49ers, 1989-90
The greatest quarterback in NFL history gave his best playoff performance in January of 1990.
Tom Brady's numerical losses
The Miami Dolphins have technically defeated Tom Brady more times than any other team, according to Sportscasting.com. However, Tom Brady still holds a winning record against Miami. He has 23 wins and 12 losses against the franchise.
|1||* Tom Brady||82|
|2||^ Brett Favre||112|
|^ Peyton Manning||79|
The 2010 Seahawks were the first team to make the playoffs with a losing record in a 16-game NFL regular season. The team was able to take advantage of the weak competition in the NFC West, winning the title and advancing to the Wild Card Round despite a 7-9 record.
Derek Fisher has lost the most career games in the playoffs, with 98 losses.
The Seahawks made history by becoming the first 7–9 team ever to make the playoffs and then did it again by becoming the first to win a playoff game, racking up 31 first downs and 474 yards, including a 67-yard touchdown run by Marshawn Lynch late in the fourth quarter.