Tom Brady has beaten up on plenty of teams over his 20-year career in the NFL.
He's 32-3 against the Buffalo Bills. Brady also manhandled AFC East opponents Miami (24-12) and the New York Jets (29-7). He fared fairly well against Indianapolis, too, posting a 12-3 record against the Colts.
On Sunday, Brady continued his dominance over the Atlanta, too. Counting regular-season and playoff games, the man who many call the NFL's GOAT is 10-0 when facing the Falcons.
During his tenure with the Patriots, Brady was 6-0, including two blowouts by 16 (2017 & 2009), a 14-point drubbing (2001), and two relatively close games (a seven-point win in 2013 and a three-point victory in 2005).
Most Falcons fans will remember, even vilify, Brady for the ending of Super Bowl LI in Houston where the Patriots erased a 28-3 lead to beat Atlanta in overtime.
In Brady's four wins over Atlanta since joining the Buccaneers, Tampa Bay's average margin of victory is a little more than two touchdowns. Only one matchup (Week 15, 2020) was within a touchdown at the final whistle.
Entering Sunday's contest, Brady's QB rating against the Falcons was 118.3, the highest of any team he's faced. Going 38-for-51 with 368 yards through the air and four touchdowns did nothing but solidify his dominance.