Saturday, December 4, 2021

Tom Brady’s latest milestone is another untouchable

TAMPA, Florida (NWN) – Tom Brady’s latest milestone is another untouchable.

Brady became the first player to score 600 passes in his career and then nailed two more in a 38-3 Tampa Bay defeat over Chicago. on Sunday.

Seven Super Bowl rings, 602 TD assists, 81,479 yards assists.

And at 44, he’s still picking up steam.

“Yes, the numbers are mind-boggling and they will probably never be beaten,” said Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians. “I say this, but who knows when the next Tom Brady is coming. They are overwhelming, but when you watch him train every single day, you don’t see age. “

Brady is poised to land 51 career best passes this season, and the reigning champions (6-1) are aiming for a repeat. Even if he urged everyone to leave now, 602 seems quite safe.

Think about it: Aaron Rogers is the fifth best on the list and trails Brady in 175 TDs. Rogers, who turns 38 on December 2, will have to average 35 TD assists per season for another five years after Brady retires to catch him. Ben Roethlisberger (403), Matt Ryan (359) and Matthew Stafford (301) round out the top five among active QB. They have no chance.

Russell Wilson is next on the active list with 277 TD assists. He is injured and turns 33 on November 29. Wilson averaged 30 TD assists in his first nine seasons. It wouldn’t help. He will need to throw 36 in a season for another nine years once Brady hangs up to surpass him.

Patrick Mahomes is far behind with 132 TD assists, but he was so prolific that he could potentially challenge the record if he stays healthy and plays for at least another ten years. The 26-year-old Magomez averaged 38 TDs in his first three seasons as a starter and is set to shoot 44 this year despite his recent fight for a change. Mahomes will need to average 38 TDs for another 12 1/2 years once Brady is done playing.

With the increasing number of passes in the NFL and the addition of extra games to the regular season, it can be assumed that one season records will be broken, be it Peyton Manning’s 5477 yard mark or his 55 TD.

But it takes longevity and continuous excellence to be successful in Brady’s career. Brady’s accomplishments are unparalleled in team sports. His teammates throughout his 22 years deserve a lot of praise. The Arians took care of spreading the praise.

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“I seriously doubt there will be another team like the one he was in all these years and the one he is in now, because he has several individual records in team sports,” Arians said, referring to Brady, who won six Super Bowls. titles with Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. “I always say this firmly, it’s not just Tom, there are 10 other guys with him and 11 in defense. The protection he had in New England and the protection he got here has helped him win a bunch of games – these guys in the front kept him clean. “

Brady doesn’t miss an opportunity to pay tribute to his teammates.

“There is nothing in this sport that can be done alone,” said Brady. “This is the best team sport. He challenges you physically, mentally, emotionally, every week, every day of practice. This is not a sport that you can just go out and mail. It takes 100% of what you have every single day in order to exercise and be successful. I’m just grateful that I have great teammates and coaches. Being able to do this for as long as I have is a truly incredible blessing in my life. ”

Brady set another record on Sunday, simply appearing face-to-face with the Bears and 22-year-old rookie Justin Fields in the biggest age gap between starting quarterbacks.

Fields, 11th overall pick in the NFL Draft, had a sad day. He made three interceptions and groped three times, losing two.

Meanwhile, Brady made four TD passes on a day when he wasn’t particularly sharp. He made a record bet by making six straight passes in a row, right after joining Mike Evans at number 600.

“There is a lot of room for improvement in what we do, so we will continue to try to get better,” Brady said.

It is this mindset of never being satisfied, even after winning with 35 points, that sets Brady apart from everyone else.

He did everything and did not do any more.

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