Tom Brady has broken many hearts throughout his career. However, the Steelers were the most common victim of Brady in big games. Overall, Brady is 11-2 in 13 games against the Steelers in his career, ruining Dick LeBeau defense on a regular basis. These three games were the most painful for Steelers fans.
3. Week 15 2017
In an insane back-and-forth battle, the Patriots eventually edged the Steelers after a controversial call and Big Ben interception in Week 15 of the 2017 NFL season. Brady threw for 298 yards and a touchdown in the win. However, the game is most memorable for the last 30 seconds. After Jesse James didn't survive the ground on a would-be touchdown, the Steelers remained down by three. They got up to the Patriots' seven yard-line, when Ben Roethlisberger faked a spike and tried to force a pass to Eli Rogers, which was picked off by Duron Harmon, winning the game for the Pats.
2. 2017 AFC Championship
In the third matchup between the Steelers and Patriots in the AFC Championship, the Patriots showed why they reign supreme. En route to a commanding 36-17 win, Tom Brady passed for 384 yards and three touchdowns. This game was a tribute to Brady's domination over the Steelers throughout his career. The Pats went on to win the Super Bowl, defeating the Falcons two weeks later.
1. 2005 AFC Championship Game
In 2004, the Steelers were the No. 1 seed in the entire NFL. After a 15-1 season, they were favorites to make it to the Super Bowl. They met Tom Brady and the Patriots at home in the AFC Championship. Despite the home field advantage, Brady's Patriots dominated the Steelers, winning 41-27. Brady passed for 217 yards and two touchdowns on his way to his third Super Bowl win in four years.