The Buccaneers quarterback joined the select group of Brett Favre, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees with the victory over the Patriots; Remember that you can enjoy the NFL on Star +, subscribe here!
Tom brady wrote his name twice in the books of history of the NFL.
After becoming the leader in passing yards of all time, Brady became just the fourth quarterback on the history that manages to beat all 32 teams in the league with the triumph of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Over the New England Patriots 19-17 on Sunday night.
Brady joined a select group that includes Brett favre, Peyton manning and Drew brees, from whom this same Sunday he snatched the aerial yard mark.
Since 2000 he was recruited by the Patriots, Brady it took barely seven years to beat the 31 league teams after beating Washington in Week 8 of 2007 with a 52-7 beating in which Brady threw three touchdown passes and scored once on the ground.
In 2020 he went to Buccaneers and it was until this Sunday that he had the opportunity to beat the Patriots to complete his list of triumphs over all the teams in the NFL.
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The first quarterback to achieve the feat was Favre in 2009 that he twice defeated the Green bay packers, where he played from 1992 to 2007. However, it took 16 years for Favre beat the 31 league teams, achieving it in that 2007 when he defeated 33-22 to the Kansas city chiefs.
Manning joined in 2014. After defeating 31 teams between 1998 and 2007 with the Indianapolis Colts, Manning He waited until 2014 when he was with the Denver Broncos to complete the feat with a 31-24 win over the Colts.
In 2018 it was the turn of Brees, who defeated 19 teams in his stage with the San diego chargers from 2001 to 2005, he added the remaining 13 with the New Orleans Saints, but different from Favre, Brady and Manning, did not complete the feat against his former team, as he beat the Bolts in 2008, 37-32, at the Superdome.
Brees had to wait a decade to get it until he managed to defeat the Baltimore Ravens, 24-23.
In his 22-year career, Brady has lost to 27 teams from the NFL, that is, he remains undefeated against five: Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings, Patriots and Buccaneers.
Currently, Aaron Rodgers and Ben roethlisberger are the only active quarterbacks with wins over 31 franchises in the NFL and they only have pending to beat their own teams, Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers, respectively.