Tom Brady Somehow Found A Record He Didn’t Own As He Made History Again

Tom Brady Somehow Found A Record He Didn't Own As He Made History Again

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TAMPA, FL - OCTOBER 2: Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers talks with offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich during the third quarter of an NFL football game at Raymond James Stadium on October 2, 2022 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Kevin Sabitus/Getty Images)

Buccaneers’ quarterback Tom Brady has broken basically every record you can as a quarterback. The seven-time Super Bowl Champion is the all-time leader in nearly every meaningful statistical category and due to his longevity, those records never be broken.

It would be pretty hard for Tom Terrific to find new records to break. After all, the 45-year-old has now been a starting quarterback in the league for twenty-two seasons. But, he somehow found another one in the Bucs’ 41-31 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs last night.

Brady had the most efficient passing night of any losing quarterback in league history

Yes, the Buccaneers lost, but it was not due to the play of Tom Brady. He was 39-52 for 385 yards and 3 touchdowns and no interceptions. That should get you a win, but the Bucs defense could not get off the field against the Chiefs.

That’s quite the stat, given how pass-happy the league is. He was absolutely terrific Sunday night. The arm strength is unbelievable for a 45-year-old and it was the first game he really had all his weapons. He did it without the benefit of a run game as the Bucs only had 3 rushing yards for the entire game.

People can’t believe Brady is still doing so well

Everyone always says father time is undefeated. And, in the end it probably is. But, he has kept the fight going against his biological clock for seemingly as long as possible.

Yes, yes it is.

This is an unbelievable stat. That’s just so many touchdowns.

Tampa Bay had been super conservative before Sunday on offense. But, they finally unleashed Brady and the offense delivered.

It was a loss for the Buccaneers, but the GOAT proved once again why he is the greatest to ever do it.