TAMPA, Fla. — Tom Brady and the Buccaneers may be trapped in a middling season, but the 45-year-old QB is still setting records.
Brady became the only quarterback in NFL history to throw for 100,000 career passing yards when he hit Leonard Fournette in the flat for a 16-yard pick up in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams, according to WFXT-TV.
Tom Brady and the Buccaneers may be trapped in the midst of a middling season but the 45-year-old QB is still setting records. https://t.co/U6qxszNeCh— Boston 25 News (@boston25) November 7, 2022
The record accounts for both Brady’s regular season and postseason totals. Drew Brees’ 85,724 career passing yards is the next closest QB to the mark.
Most of Brady’s passing yards — 85,959 of them — came during the 20 years he spent in a New England Patriot uniform.
Brady and the Bucs currently hold a 4-5 record but sit atop the NFC South.
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