73 — In 37 playoff games started, Brady has 73 passing touchdowns. No other player has more than 45 in the postseason.73.8 — Belichick has won 73.8 percent of his career playoff games, the second-best rate among coaches with at least 10 games coached. (Vince Lombardi, who was 9-1, won 90 percent of his postseason games.)16 — New England won its division in 16 of the 17 seasons that Brady has been the Patriots starter, with the exception being 2002 when the team finished second. New England’s dynasty came full circle Sunday as the Patriots beat the Rams in the Super Bowl for the second time in less than two decades.Tom Brady and Bill Belichick ushered in the current era by beating the Rams in Super Bowl 36 at the conclusion of the 2001-02 season, with the second-year signal-caller cementing his status as the team’s starter and the coach getting a second chance at the helm after a failed stint as head coach of the Browns from 1991-95. Now considered one of the greatest duos in sports history after 18 historic years together, Brady and Belichick show no signs of slowing down despite their age.Here’s a look a the Brady-Belichick legacy by the numbers, with the help of our colleagues at Opta. (If you like what you see here, give @OptaJerry — the official Twitter page for Opta’s NFL and NCAA stats-driven football coverage — a follow on Twitter.)6 — Brady and Belichick have won more Super Bowls than any other QB-coach duo in Super Bowl history.10 — The Patriots’ 10-point win over the Rams was the largest margin, win or lose, of any of their nine Super Bowls during the Brady-Belichick era.107 — Brady and Belichick are a combined 107 years old. That’s the oldest QB-coach duo in Super Bowl history.9 — No player has appeared in more Super Bowls than Brady, who is now 6-3 in championship games.20 — In each season in which Brady has played at least two games, he has thrown at least 20 touchdowns.70,000 — Brady is one of four players with at least 70,000 passing yards in the regular season and the only one of the four to do so with a single team.30 — Under Brady and Belichick, the Patriots have more playoff wins in 18 seasons than the Browns, Cardinals and Lions do in their combined seasons of existence. In total, the Patriots own an NFL-record 37 playoff victories.