Tom Brady is in a league of his own after another 30 game run
It’s hard to believe that Tom Brady could still set records and do things that no other quarterback has ever done in NFL history at age 45.
In the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ victory over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, Brady went on to mark the NFL record books. He was 34 of 45 with 432 passing yards and three touchdowns — all to Mike Evans — and one rushing touchdown.
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Brady completed at least 30 passes for the fifth straight game and with it became the first player in the NFL to reach that mark and became the first player in league history with at least 30 passes completed in 10 games in a single season, according to NFL Research.
Additionally, Brady tied Drew Brees with his 131st game with at least 300 passing yards, including the playoffs. He moved up to second place for most single season completions with 477. He set the record in 2021 with 485 and is sure to break his own mark in Week 18 if he plays a substantial amount during the season finale against the Atlanta Falcons.
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Brady is also behind the Frees for most games with at least 400 passing yards and three touchdowns. Brady has 11 with Peyton Manning. Brees has 12.
Brady had another great season with the Buccaneers, although he seemed limited at times due to injuries on the team’s offensive line. He has six straight seasons throwing for at least 4,000 yards and captured his 19th Division title between the Buccaneers and New England Patriots.
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Tampa Bay will host a playoff game and hope to build momentum for a playoff run.