Tom Brady becomes fourth quarterback in history to beat all 32 NFL teams
After earning one record on his return from Gillette Stadium to face the New England Patriots on Sunday night, Tom Brady added another line to his wider run.
With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 19-17 victory over the Patriots, Brady joined Brett Favre, Drew Brees and Peyton Manning in NFL history as the only three players to beat 32 teams.
Brady also broke Brees’ record of passing yard work earlier in the night.
Brady’s victory marked his 116th anniversary at Foxborough, Massachusetts, but he became the first as a guest after winning six Super Bowl titles in 20 years alongside Bill Belichick. He also cemented another all-time mark with his win of 233 regular seasons.
With the help of the Patriots, Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks, Brady has won all the NFL money at least twice in regular season.
Other active quarterbacks – the Green Bay Packers ‘Aaron Rodgers and Pittsburgh Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger – hit all the money except their own.