Tom Brady becomes the all-time leader in passing yards in the NFL


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Tom Brady becomes the all-time leader in passing yards in the NFL

New day, new record for Tom brady.

The future Hall of Fame inductee became the All-time passing yards leader in the NFL.

During the first quarter of the match between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New England Patriots, Brady he connected with Mike Evans on a 14-yard drive to get past the previous mark of 80,358 passing yards that was in the power of Drew brees, who retired at the end of the 2020 season.

After the record pass of Brady, the party did not stop and only one appeared announcement on the giant screens from Gillette Stadium to announce that the quarterback had reached 80,359 aerial yards in his career with that shipment to Evans.

Brady arrived at the game, his first visit to New england since he left the Buccaneers Last season, needing just 68 yards to break the record of Brees.

The stage couldn’t have been better for Brady, who received a standing ovation on his return to Gillette Stadium, where he played the first 20 seasons of his career. According to ESPN Stats & Information, Brady is the leader in wins (134), touchdown passes (304) and passing yards (41,285) at this stadium after helping the franchise win six Super Bowl titles.

The active quarterback closest to Brady, who last season won the Super bowl with the Buccaneers, it is Ben roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers with 61,149 passing yards.

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Currently, Brady is the holder of most of the most important records for quarterbacks in the NFL, including pass attempts with 10,739, touchdown passes with 591, as well as regular season wins (232) and playoffs (3. 4).

What’s more, Brady is the highest winner of Super bowls with seven.

In his 22-year career, Brady He has won the NFL Most Valuable Player award three times, twice has been Offensive Player of the Year, has also been named Returning Player of the Year, adds three first-team All-Pro selections, 14 trips to the Pro Bowl and has also been recognized five times as the Most Valuable Player of the Super Bowl, the highest figure in history.

Through their social networks, Patriots and Buccaneers they congratulated Brady for becoming the leading passer of all time.


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