Tom Brady Set to Hit Biggest Milestone in NFL History During Presumed Last Dance

Published 05/13/2022, 12:25 PM EDT
Mandatory Credit: Photo by Aflo/Shutterstock (8875261e) New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and son Jack ‘Next Athlete clinic’ Under Amour tour, Tokyo, Japan – 21 Jun 2017

There is a specific reason why Tom Brady is known as the true ambassador of the game. Every season he enters the field, the NFL legend has something exciting for the fans. While Tom Brady enters the 23rd season of his career, he has a chance to unlock the iconic record of 100,000 passing yards to his name.

After completing a 40 days stint of retirement, Tom Brady elected to return to the game. He believes that his true value does not reside on the spectator stand but on the field, where he unleashes his true potential for the fans to enjoy. Even though the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback has amassed several records to his name, he has a golden opportunity to bag another one which is impossible for any other passer to achieve soon.

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Tom Brady is only 2,431 yards away from hitting the iconic mark of 100,000 passing yards by an individual in NFL history. If he completes more than 2,431 yardages in the upcoming season, which is quite possible for the veteran, he will become the first person to do so. As of now, Brady has registered 84,520 yards in the regular season and 13,049 yards in the playoffs.

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With an NFL record of 97,569 passing yards in his entire career, Tom Brady is 11,845 yards ahead of longtime New Orleans Saints passer Drew Brees. He secures the second spot in the overall tally.

Tom Brady will make history by playing in 4 countries

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The international stage is made for Tom Brady. The beast holds a 3-0 record of winning matches outside the United States. Last Wednesday, the NFL announced that the Buccaneers will be playing in the league’s first regular-season game in Germany. That also means Brady will start his fourth international game, becoming the only NFL quarterback to bag this opportunity. Tom Brady meets Russell Wilson less Seahawks in Munich. The math up will arrive in the 10th week of this season.

Apart from Brady, Jay Cutler and Ryan Fitzpatrick were the only quarterbacks to ever win a game in three different countries. However, Brady was with the New England Patriots when he marked his 3-0 record, but this time Bucs will get an opportunity to rewrite history as they have never won outside the country. They have a poor record of 0-3 against the opposition.

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In 2009, Tom Brady led the Patriots to a 35-7 victory over the Buccaneers in London. He repeated his hunt in 2012 while playing against the Rams in London. Moreover, he also perished all the strategies of the Las Vegas Raiders in 2017 as the Patriots came out victorious with a 33-8 record in Mexico. Interestingly, in all the games, he threw for more than 300 yards which is quite an achievement. Will Brady repeat his undisputable streak?

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Deepesh Nair

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Deepesh Nair is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. Having started his career in journalism as a trending news writer, he has published around 500 articles for various media portals. Although Deepesh comes from a Computer Science background, his fondness for writing has persuaded him to create his career in it.

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