Tom Brady survives 3 second half interceptions, advances to 10th Super Bowl


All Tom Brady does is win.

Brady and the Buccaneers almost blew a 18-point lead, but were able to pull out a 31-26 win over the Packers in the NFC title game. It was Tampa Bay's third straight playoff win on the road and it will now play in the Super Bowl in its home stadium.

After taking a 28-10 lead after the first possession of the second half, Brady threw interceptions on Tampa Bay's next three drives to allow the Packers to get back in it. Green Bay did not take full advantage though, as it only scored six points off those turnovers.

Green Bay had a chance to tie the game late with a touchdown and a two-point conversion, but opted for a field goal on fourth-and-goal with just over two minutes remaining to make it a five-point game.

On the ensuing Tampa Bay possession, it was third-and-4 and it picked up the first down on a penalty to clinch the win.

Brady finished the game 20-for-36 with 280 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions for a QB rating of 73.8.