Tom Brady becomes first quarterback with 600 touchdown passes


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Tom Brady becomes first quarterback with 600 touchdown passes

The Buccaneers quarterback made history with his second touchdown pass against the Bears

TAMPA – The veteran quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom brady, became the first quarterback in NFL history to reach 600 touchdown passes in his career this Sunday in the game against the Chicago Bears.

The record play occurred with 10 seconds left in the first quarter with a 9-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver. Mike evans. The Buccaneers they recovered the ball after outside linebacker Shaq Barrett forced a fumble from Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields, which was recovered by defensive tackle Vita Vea.

Brady was congratulated with a big hug from head coach Bruce Arians after the play.

Evans gave the ball to a fan in the stands before realizing the importance of the record, however, team personnel Buccaneers He was able to recover it, giving him the fan a different ball. Evans He was also in charge of receiving the pass from Brady at Foxborough that set the record for most passing yards in NFL history in the Week 4 game against the New England Patriots.

Before the game this Sunday, Brady he needed two touchdowns to reach that number. His first touchdown pass of the game was on a 4-yard touchdown send to Chris Godwin. The Bucs also scored on a 2-yard touchdown run by running back Leonard Fournette.

Brady he already held the NFL record for the most touchdown passes. The next closest quarterback is Drew Brees with 571.

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A triumph today would give the Buccaneers a 6-1 record, marking the best start in franchise history.


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