Tom Brady breaks his own record for completions in a season
Tom Brady surpasses Tom Brady in another league mark and does so at 45 years of age
ATLANTA — Came in with a simple 5-yard throw to wide receiver Russell Gage and attracted very little attention, but the importance of the quarterback Tom Brady broke another record nfl in his 23rd season at the age of 45 is no exaggeration.
In the Week 18 season finale of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the house of the atlanta falcons on Sunday, Tom Brady broke the mark nfl of complete passes in a season, his own record, of 485 established last season and will end this season with 490; he left the game and was replaced by the substitute Blaine Gabbert with four minutes left in the second quarter.
Tom Brady completed 13 of 17 passes for 84 yards and a touchdown, an 8-yard pass to tight end Kyle Rudolph.
Brady finishes the season with 4,778 passing yards, the fifth most of his career, and 26 touchdowns as he prepares for his 14th consecutive postseason after leading the bucs to their first consecutive division title.
Other brands that broke Tom Brady this year, after sitting out for 40 days in the offseason, include the most game-winning touchdown drives, which he made against los angeles rams in Week 9 with his 55th. He also became the first quarterback in baseball history. nfl to win a game in three different countries outside of the USA in Week 10. He broke the league record for most comebacks in the fourth quarter (44) after leading the Bucs to rally from a 13-point deficit against the New Orleans Saints in Week 13.