Tom Brady Makes History1 min read
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers came back in the final seconds of Sunday’s game to defeat the New York Jets and secure their 12th win of the season. The final touchdown pass to wide receiver Cyril Grayson was Brady’s 40th of the year, tying former quarterback Drew Brees as the only two quarterbacks in NFL history to throw 40 or more touchdowns in consecutive seasons.
Additionally, Brady has tied quarterback Josh Freeman for second in career touchdown passes in franchise history with 80 and did so in just two seasons.
If the GOAT sticks around for at least one more season, he has a shot at the franchise title for the most career touchdown passes (121), which is currently owned by Jameis Winston, who achieved the franchise record in five seasons.
*side note: Tom Brady recorded his 42nd career comeback win, making him second in NFL history to Peyton Manning, who has 43.