Thought there might be some folks on this board who could help answer this question. According to the Herald, with last week's come from behind victory against the Ravens, Brady has now engineered "27 career game-winning drives to lead the Patriots to victory from a fourth-quarter deficit or tie." John Elway I believe holds the record, but the way it's stated is slightly different with his Hall of Fame bio noting "Elwayâ€™s record 47 fourth quarter game-winning or game-tying drives." Obviously a game tying drive is different than a game winning drive. Also I assume credit is given for bringing a team into field goal range when that's successful to win (or tie in the case of Elway) So I'm trying to determine how many game winning or game tying drives Brady has. Presumably more than the 27 game winning drives noted in the Herald article. Anyone want to help sort this out? Anyone know how many Farve and Manning currently have? Although I think Brady might have a shot at breaking Elway's record here, I'd be perfectly happy if the Pats went back to their running it up type ways and never gave him another opportunity!