After the Buccaneers @ Patriots game - in which the Buccaneers won - it was revealed by statisticians that it was Tom Brady's 50th career "game-winning drive".
What constitutes a "game-winning drive" statistically?
Coming from the Bucs-Pats game, it cannot be taking the lead on the final drive of the game, as the final drive of the game contained three successive QB kneels by the Bucs, after the missed FG attempt by the Pats. It also cannot be taking the lead on the last drive that team makes in the game, for the same reason. Unless of course, a drive of QB Kneels does not count.
It could be defined as a drive that takes the lead from the opponent, to which the opponent does not recover the lead, but then surely every win contains a game-winning drive, and Brady would have significantly more than 50.
I guess it could also be that it's the last scoring drive of the game, that also takes the lead - but let's say that drive happens in the first quarter, and the rest of the game is a shutout - would that still be considered a game-winning drive? I would imagine in most people's eyes a game-winning drive would be in the latter stages of the 4th quarter - in typical Brady-esque fashion.