Signed by Tampa Bay on March 20, 2020, as an unrestricted free agent from the New England Patriots.
Originally entered the NFL as a sixth-round pick (199th overall) of the New England Patriots in the 2000 NFL Draft.
7x Super Bowl Champion (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLIX, LI, LIII)
5x Super Bowl MVP (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XLIX, LI)
14x Pro Bowl Selection (2001, 2004-05, 2007, 2009-18)
3x Associated Press Most Valuable Player (2007, 2010, 2017)
3x Associated Press First-Team All-Pro Selection (2007, 2010, 2017)
Associated Press Offensive Player of the Year (2010)
Associated Press Comeback Player of the Year (2009)
Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year (2007)
PFWA Most Valuable Player (2017)
2x Pro Football Weekly/PFWA Most Valuable Player (2007, 2010)
2x Pro Football Weekly/PFWA All-NFL Team Selection (2010, 2017)
2x PFWA All-AFC Team Selection (2014, 2016)
2x Sports Illustrated Most Valuable Player/NFL Player of the Year (2004, 2017)
Sporting News NFL Player of the Year (2007)
2x Sporting News Sportsman of the Year (2004, 2007)
3x Sporting News Offensive Player of the Year (2010, 2016, 2017)
3x Sporting News All-Pro Selection (2010, 2016, 2017)
Peter King's SI.com Most Valuable Player (2010)
Peter King's SI.com Offensive Player of the Year (2010)
Peter King's SI.com All-Pro Offensive Team (2010)
Peter King's SI.com Offensive Player of the Week (Week 13 2006)
Pro Football Weekly Offensive Player of the Week (Week 5 2005)
Vic Carucci's All-Vic Team – NFL.com (2005)
2007 NFL MVP – USA Today, Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, San Francisco Chronicle
2003 NFL MVP – Dallas Morning News, SI.com
USA Today's All-Joe Team (2003)
NFL Alumni Quarterback of the Year (2007)
AFC Offensive Player of the Year (2007)
10x AFC Offensive Player of the Month (September & October 2007; October 2009; December/January, 2010; November & December 2011; October 2014; September 2015; October 2016; November 2017)
30x AFC Offensive Player of the Week (Weeks 5 & 11, 2001; Weeks 1 & 9, 2002; Weeks 9 & 17, 2003; Week 5, 2005; Weeks 3, 6, 7, 14 & 17, 2007; Weeks 1, 6 & 16, 2009; Weeks 12 & 13, 2010; Weeks 1, 2 & 16, 2011; Weeks 4, 8 & 14, 2012; Week 12, 2013; Week 8, 2015; Weeks 5 & 11, 2016; Weeks 2, 3 & 10, 2017)
FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week (Weeks 9 & 17, 2003; Week 8, 2006; Weeks 6, 7, 11 & 17, 2007; Week 14, 2010; Week 1, 2011; Week 4, 2012)
Miller Lite NFL Player of the Week (Week 12, 2001).
Played with the New England Patriots (2000-19).
Three-time NFL MVP (2007, 2010, 2017), tied with Jim Brown, Brett Favre and Johnny Unitas for second-most all-time to Peyton Manning's five. At age 40 in 2007, became the oldest player in NFL history to win the award.
Brady's 277 career wins combined in the regular season and playoffs are the most all-time by an NFL player. He surpassed Peyton Manning (200) in New England's win vs. L.A. Rams (12/4/16) to become the NFL's all-time winningest quarterback.
His 243 regular-season wins are also most in NFL history. He passed Brett Favre and Peyton Manning with his 187th career regular season win in the victory at N.Y. Jets (10/15/17).
Brady's 134 career regular season win at home and 109 victories on the road are also NFL records.
In the final game of the 2020 season, surpassed Brett Favre (298) for the most starts by any player in NFL history.
Has played in 318 career games, the seventh-most in NFL history and the most ever by a non-specialist. He surpassed Jerry Rice (303) in Week 3 of the 2021 season.
Brady is the first quarterback in NFL history to lead his team to seven Super Bowl wins, surpassing Terry Bradshaw (four) and Joe Montana (four).
Brady has 10 Super Bowl appearances, more than any franchise in the Super Bowl era (Dallas, Denver & Pittsburgh, eight each).
After guiding Tampa Bay to an appearance in Super Bowl LV Joined Peyton Manning, Craig Morton and Kurt Warner as the only starting quarterbacks in NFL history to lead two separate franchises to Super Bowl Appearances.
With the win in Super Bowl LV, joined Peyton Manning as the only starting quarterbacks in NFL history to win a Super Bowl with multiple teams..
Surpassed Charles Haley (five) with his sixth Super Bowl win in 2018 and holds 15 other Super Bowl records.
Brady owns five Pete Rozelle Awards as Super Bowl MVP (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XLIX, LI, LV) and is the first player in Super Bowl history to earn four MVP awards, one more than Pro Football Hall of Famer Joe Montana (three).
Brady is the all-time leader in Super Bowl passing yards (3,039), completions (277), touchdown passes (21) and starts (10) by a quarterback. His 14 conference game title starts and 10 conference championship are the most of any starting quarterback in the Super Bowl era.
Brady is 34-11 (.732) in the playoffs, the most playoff wins in NFL history by a starting quarterback. His 41 postseason appearances are also most in NFL history among all NFL players.
Holds all-time postseason records for passing yards (12,449), completions (1,106), touchdowns (83), multi-touchdown passing games (27) and 300-yard passing games (17).
The 2019 AFC East title marked Brady's 17th career division title, the most in NFL history. Peyton Manning is second with 12. Brady's 11 consecutive division titles (2009-19) are also an NFL record.
His 15 career appearances in a Divisional Playoff game surpassed Jerry Rice's previous record of 13, while his 10 three-touchdown games in the postseason moved him past Joe Montana for the most such games since the 1970 NFL/AFL merger.
Brady's touchdown-to-interception ratio (3.02) ranks third in NFL history among all players with 2,000 or more passing attempts.
Brady has been elected to the Pro Bowl 14 times in his career, tying Tony Gonzalez (14), Peyton Manning (14), Bruce Matthews (14) and Merlin Olsen (14) as the only NFL players with at least 14 Pro Bowl berths.
Won an NFL record 31 consecutive home games from 2006-11.
In the Super Bowl era, three quarterbacks have had at least 10 seasons in which the made at least one start and never had a losing season – Tom Brady (21), Jeff Hostetler (10) and Roger Staubach (10).
Posted an NFL single-season touchdown-to-interception ratio record of 14.00 in 2016, throwing 28 touchdowns to only two interceptions.
Brady has led the league in touchdown passes four times in his career (2002, 2007, 2010, 2015), tied with Drew Brees, Len Dawson, Brett Favre, Peyton Manning, Johnny Unitas and Steve Young for the most seasons leading the league in that category.
Has amassed 92 300-yard passing games in the regular season, third all-time behind Drew Brees (120) and Peyton Manning (93).
Has thrown 541 regular-season career touchdown passes, second all-time in NFL history.
Through 2019, has 85,959 total passing yards in his career (regular season and postseason combined), the most in NFL history.
Has 614 combined touchdown passes in the regular season and postseason, the most in NFL history.
Has amassed eight 50-point games in his career, most in NFL history.
Became the fourth player in NFL history to reach 70,000 career regular-season passing yards in 2018.
Brady won 76 of his first 100 regular season starts, tying Roger Staubach's mark for most victories by a quarterback in his first 100 starts during the Super Bowl Era (since 1966).
Brady is the only quarterback in NFL history to start and win three Super Bowls before his 28th birthday.
Brady led a game-winning drive to break a tie or take the lead in the fourth quarter of each of the Patriots six Super Bowl victories, becoming the only quarterback in NFL history to lead six game-winning drives in the Super Bowl.
Brady won his first 10 playoff games, setting an NFL record for the most consecutive playoff wins.
Brady (24 years, 184 days old) was voted MVP of Super Bowl XXXVI and was the fourth-youngest player to earn the honor (Marcus Allen, 23 years and 302 days at Super Bowl XVIII, Lynn Swann, 23 years, 316 days at Super Bowl X and Patrick Mahomes, 24 years and 138 days at Super Bowl LIV).
Brady threw for 53 yards on the Patriots game-winning drive in Super Bowl XXXVI, completing five of his eight passes. Two of his pass attempts he spiked to kill the game clock. With just 1:21 remaining, he moved the Patriots into field goal range without the benefit of timeouts.
Brady completed 13-of-15 passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XLIX vs. Seattle to rally the Patriots from a 10-point deficit.
Brady led New England back from a Super Bowl record 25-point second-half deficit in Super Bowl LI vs. Atlanta, passing for 282 yards on 27-of-36 attempts and two touchdowns in the second half and overtime.
With the win in Super Bowl LIII over the L.A. Rams, Brady earned his 237th career victory (regular season and playoffs), passing Adam Vinatieri for most overall wins in NFL history.
Extended his NFL record with a 20th-winning season in 2021.
Led the NFL in passing yards in 2021 for the fourth time in his career, tied with Dan Fouts for the third-most times leading the league in that category, trailing only Dan Marino (five) and Drew Brees (seven).
Led the NFL in passing touchdowns in 2021 for the fifth time in his career, establishing a new NFL record for most seasons leading the league in that category.
The 2021 season marked Brady's second time leading the league in both passing touchdowns and passing yards in the same season, joining Dan Marino (three times) and Drew Brees (three times) as the only players since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger history to accomplish the feat more than once.
In 2016, Brady set a new NFL record for touchdown-to-interception ratio (14.00), throwing only two interceptions on 432 pass attempts in the regular season.
Brady set a career high in 2015 with 402 completions and his 36 touchdown passes led the NFL, marking the fourth time he led the league in touchdown passes in his career and making him the second QB in NFL history with four separate seasons of 35 or more touchdown passes.
Brady threw his 484th overall touchdown with the Patriots in 2015, the most touchdowns with one team in NFL history.
With 32 touchdown passes in 2017, Brady became one of five quarterbacks in NFL history with seven separate seasons of 30 or more touchdown passes.
Finished 2011 with 5,235 passing yards and joined Drew Brees (5,208 in 2016, 5,162 in 2013, 5,177 in 2012, 5,476 in 2011 and 5,069 in 2008), Patrick Mahomes (5,097 in 2018), Peyton Manning (5,477 in 2013), Dan Marino (5,084 in 1984), Matthew Stafford (5,038 in 2011) and Jameis Winston (5,109 in 2019), as the only players in NFL history to reach 5,000 passing yards in a single season.
In 2010, became the first player in NFL history to be unanimously selected as the Associated Press Most Valuable Player.
Threw at least one touchdown pass in 52 straight regular-season games from 2010-2013. Brady's 52 straight games are second all time, behind Drew Brees (54).
In 2007, Brady was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player, setting then-NFL records for most touchdown passes in a season (50) and the highest touchdown-interception differential (+42). His marks of most games with three or more touchdown passes (12), most touchdown passes in a month (20 in October 2007), and highest completion percentage in a game (92.9 percent on Jan. 12, 2008) are still NFL records. Brady's 117.2 passer rating in 2007 is the fourth highest of all-time, while his 4,806 passing yards were the third highest single-season total in league history up to that point.
In 2007, Brady contributed to the Patriots establishment of several then-NFL single-season team records, including most points scored in a season (589), largest point differential in a season (+315) and most touchdowns in a season (75). The Patriots became the first team in NFL history to complete a 16-0 regular season and tied the league's single-season mark with 18 overall victories.
Brady and receiver Randy Moss set an NFL single-season record in 2007 for most touchdown passes between a passer and a receiver (23), with Moss' 23 touchdown catches also setting a league record.
Brady completed over 70 percent of his passes in four consecutive games during the 2001 season and joined an exclusive club of quarterbacks who accomplished the feat. He joined Joe Montana (8 games, 1989), Troy Aikman (4, 1995), Steve Young (4, 1993) and Sammy Baugh (4, 1945). He repeated the accomplishment in 2007.
Since joining Tampa Bay, Brady leads the league in passing yards (9,949) and ranks second in passing touchdowns (83).
Brady led the NFL in passing yards (5,316) and passing touchdowns (43), establishing new franchise records in each category.
Brady, who also threw for over 5,000 yards in 2011, joins Drew Brees as the only players in NFL history to record multiple 5,000-yard seasons.
This marks the fifth time in Brady's career that he has led the NFL in touchdown passes, surpassing Drew Brees, Brett Favre, Johnny Unitas and Steve Young (four times each) for the most seasons leading the league in passing touchdowns in NFL history.
This marks the fourth time in Brady's career that he has led the NFL in passing yards. Brady's four times leading the league in passing yards ties Dan Fouts for the third-most since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger, trailing only Dan Marino (five) and Drew Brees (seven).
This marks Brady's second time leading the league in both passing touchdowns and passing yards in the same season, joining Dan Marino (three times) and Drew Brees (three times) as the only players since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger history to accomplish the feat more than once.
Brady's 5,316 passing yards are the third-most in a single season in NFL history, while his 43 passing touchdowns are tied for the 10th-most.
Brady finished the season with 719 pass attempts this season, the second-most in a single season in NFL history, while his 485 completions most in a single season in NFL history.
Brady's 67.5 completion percentage this season, the second-highest mark in a single season in team history (min. 140 attempts). Brady's 67.5 completion percentage ranked ninth in the NFL this season.
Brady finished the season with a 102.1 passer rating, the second-best mark in franchise history, trailing only his 2020 mark (102.2) and the seventh-best mark in the NFL this season.
In the season opener against Dallas (9/9), made his 300th career regular season start, becoming the first player in NFL history to start 300 games. Threw for 379 yards and four touchdowns, with two interceptions, for a passer rating of 97.0.
With Brady's total's against Dallas, he surpassed Brian Griese for the 10th-most passing yards in franchise history.
Completed 24-of-36 passes (66.7pct.) for 276 yards (7.7 avg.) with five touchdowns and zero interceptions, for a 129.2 passer rating against Atlanta.
Brady's nine passing touchdowns are tied for the second-most through two games in NFL history. Brady is the fifth quarterback in NFL history with at least four touchdown passes in each of his team's first two games of a season (also: Drew Bledsoe, 1997; Ryan Fitzpatrick, 2018; Patrick Mahomes, 2018; Russell Wilson, 2020).
Brady's five touchdown passes matched the most ever in a game by a Buccaneers quarterback. Brady – who also threw for five touchdowns against the L.A. Chargers last season – is the only player in franchise history with multiple games of at least five passing touchdowns.
Brady's nine touchdown passes in Weeks 1-2 are the most touchdown passes in any two-game stretch in Buccaneers history.
From Week 16 of 2020 through Week 2 of 2021, Brady threw for at least four touchdowns in four consecutive regular season games. He joined Peyton Manning (five-game streak, 10/31/04- 11/25/04) and Dan Marino (four-game streak, 11/26/84-12/17/84) as the only three players in NFL history with at least four consecutive games of fouror-more passing touchdowns.
From Week 10, 2020 through Week 2, 2021 – including postseason – Brady threw at least two touchdown passes in 13 consecutive games – tied for the second-longest streak in NFL history.
With Brady's totals against Atlanta, he surpassed Jeff Garcia for the ninth-most passing yards in franchise history.
Brady completed 41-of-55 passes (74.5 pct.) for 432 yards (7.9 avg.) with one touchdown and zero interceptions at L.A. Rams (9/26).
In Week 3 at L.A. Rams (9/26), Brady played in his 304th career game, surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice (303) for the eighth-most games played in NFL history – the most ever by a non-specialist.
Brady's 432 passing yards against the Rams are the fifth-most in a single game in Buccaneers history and the fifthmost in any game in Brady's career.
At New England (10/3), Brady threw for 269 yards, surpassing Drew Brees for the most regular season passing yards in NFL history.
With the victory over New England, Brady became just the fourth quarterback in NFL history to have a win against all 32 teams (also: Drew Brees, Brett Favre and Peyton Manning).
Brady completed 30-of-41 passes (73.2 pct.) for 411 yards and five touchdowns, for a 144.4 passer rating against Miami (10/10).
This marked Brady's ninth career regular season game with at least five touchdown passes, tying Peyton Manning for the second-most such games in NFL history, trailing only Drew Brees (11 such games).
Brady now has 12 career regular season games with at least 400 passing yards, tied with Ben Roethlisberger for the fourth-most such games in NFL history.
The game against Miami marked the first time in Brady's career with at least 400 passing yards and five-or-more touchdowns in the same game.
Brady's second touchdown pass was a 62-yard connection with Antonio Brown, Brady's 45th career touchdown pass of at least 50 yards, tying Drew Brees for the third-most in NFL history.
With Brady's totals against Miami, he surpassed Craig Erickson for the eighthmost passing yards in franchise history.
At Philadelphia (10/14), completed 34-of42 passes (81.0 pct.) for 297 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception, for a 102.1 passer rating.
Brady's interception against the Eagles snapped a streak of 227 passes without an interception - the longest streak in team history.
Brady's 81.0 completion percentage at Philadelphia is the eighth-highest in a single game in team history.
Against Chicago (10/24), Brady completed 20-of-36 passes for 211 yards and four touchdowns, with no interceptions, for a 109.8 passer rating.
Brady became just the third player in NFL history with 200-or-more completions (203) and 20-or-more touchdown passes (21) in his team's first seven games of the season, joining Andrew Luck (2018) and Peyton Manning (2013). Brady and Manning are the only two to accomplish this feat while also having 2,000-or-more passing yards.
Brady completed 28-of-40 passes (70.0 pct) for 375 yards and four touchdowns, with two interceptions, for a 112.0 passer rating at New Orleans (10/31).
Brady now has 38 career regular season games with at least four touchdowns, surpassing Drew Brees (37) for the most such games in NFL history. Brady now has 98 career regular season games with at least three passing touchdowns, which also surpassed Brees (97) for the most such games in NFL history.
Brady joins Patrick Mahomes (2018), Peyton Manning (2013) and Russell Wilson (2020) as the only players in NFL history with 25-or-more touchdown passes and 2,500+ passing yards through his team's first eight games of the season.
Brady now has 65 passing touchdowns with Tampa Bay, surpassing Steve DeBerg (61) and Brad Johnson (64) for PLAYER BIOS | 25 the sixth-most passing touchdowns in franchise history.
Brady now has 11 games with at least 300 passing yards since joining Tampa Bay, surpassing Doug Williams for the third-most such games in franchise history. Brady's 11 300-yard games over the past two seasons are tied for the second-most such contests in the NFL.
Brady completed 23-of-34 passes (67.6 pct) for 220 yards and two touchdowns, with two interceptions, for a 80.5 passer rating at Washington (11/14).
Brady completed 30-of-46 passes (65.2 pct) for 307 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception, for a 89.7 passer rating against N.Y. Giants (11/22).
Brady completed 25-of-34 passes (73.5 pct) for 226 yards and one touchdown, with one interception, for an 88.6 passer rating against Indianapolis.
Brady completed 38-of-51 passes (74.5 pct) for 368 yards and four touchdowns, with one interception, for a 112.2 passer rating against Atlanta (12/5).
Brady now has 39 career games with at least four touchdown passes, extending his NFL record.
Brady (74) surpassed Trent Dilfer (70) and Doug Williams (73) for the fourthmost regular season touchdown passes in team history.
Brady completed 31-of-46 passes (67.4 pct) for 363 yards and two touchdowns, with no interceptions, for a 105.6 passer rating against Buffalo. He also added seven rushes for 16 yards and one touchdown.
With his totals against Buffalo, Brady now has 7,156 career regular season completions, surpassing Drew Brees (7,142) for the most regular season completions in NFL history.
Brady's game-winning touchdown pass in overtime was the 700th of his career (regular season and postseason combined), becoming the first player in NFL history to reach 700 passing touchdowns.
Brady now has 13 career seasons with at least 4,000 passing yards, surpassing Drew Brees and Philip Rivers (12 each) for the second-most such seasons in NFL history, trailing only Peyton Manning (14).
Brady threw for 214 yards against New Orleans (12/19).
Brady threw for 232 yards and one touchdown against Carolina (12/26).
Brady threw for 410 yards and three touchdowns with one interception, for a 104.6 passer rating at New York Jets (1/2/22). Brady led a 93-yard drive in the game's final minutes, culminating in a 33- yard touchdown pass to Cyril Grayson.
With his totals at the Jets, Brady now has 13 career games with at least 400 passing yards, tying Dan Marino for the third-most such games in NFL history, trailing only Peyton Manning (14) and Drew Brees (16).
With Tampa Bay's comeback victory at New York, Brady is now credited with 42 career fourth quarter comebacks, the second-most in NFL history, trailing only Peyton Manning (43). Brady is also now credited with 53 career game-winning drives, tying Drew Brees for the second most in NFL history, trailing only Peyton Manning (54).
Brady completed 29-of-37 passes (78.4 pct.) for 326 yards and three touchdowns, with no interceptions for a 130.4 passer rating against Carolina (1/9/22). 26 |
Brady now has 100 career games with at least three passing touchdowns, extending his own NFL record.
Brady now has 83 passing touchdowns with Tampa Bay, the second-most in franchise history, surpassing Josh Freeman (80).
Brady completed 29-of-37 passes (78.4 pct.) for 271 yards and two touchdowns, with no interceptions for a 115.2 passer rating.
Brady's 115.2 passer rating is the second-highest in a postseason game in franchise history, trailing only his 125.8 passer rating in Super Bowl LV.
Brady's 271 passing yards are the third most in a playoff game in team history.
Brady now has 45 passing touchdowns this season, the 15th-most in a single season NFL history (regular season and postseason combined).
Brady now has 5,587 passing yards this season, the 14th-most in a single season in NFL history (regular season and postseason combined).
Brady extended his own NFL records for career postseason passing yards (12,449) and passing touchdowns (83).
Tied for second in the NFL in passing touchdowns (40), third in passing yards (4,633) and ninth in passer rating (102.2). Accounted for 43 total touchdowns (40 passing, three rushing), the third-most in the NFL. His 40 touchdown passes tied for the 13th-most in a single season in NFL history.
His 40 passing touchdowns are the most in a single season in team history and his 102.2 passer rating is the highest in a single season in franchise history, while his 4,633 passing yards are the secondmost in a season in team history.
Set a new NFL record for most passing touchdowns by a player in their first season with a team. His passing yardage total is the second-most by a player in their first season with a team.
Named co-captain for the 19th consecutive season.
Made Buccaneers debut at New Orleans (9/13), throwing for 239 yards and two touchdowns, along with a rushing touchdown. His three total touchdowns are the most ever by a Buccaneers quarterback in their franchise debut.
Threw for 217 yards with one touchdown in a win against Carolina (9/20).
At Denver (9/27), threw for 297 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions, for a passer rating of 115.8. It marked his 59th career game with at least three passing touchdowns and no interceptions, the most such games in NFL history. It also marked his 133rd career game with a passer rating over 100, the second-most such games in NFL history.
Threw for 369 yards and five touchdowns in a comeback win against L.A. Chargers (10/4), tying the Buccaneers franchise record for passing touchdowns in a single game.
The win was the 222nd of Brady's career, surpassing Adam Vinatieri (221) for the most wins by any player in league history.
The Buccaneers trailed the Chargers 24-7 in the second quarter, rallying for a 38-31 victory, matching the secondlargest comeback in franchise history. It marked the 34th time Brady has led a comeback from a deficit of 10-or-more, the most in NFL history.
Brady now has seven games with at least 300 passing yards and five touchdowns, PLAYER BIOS | 27 tied with Peyton Manning for the secondmost such games in NFL history.
The game against the Chargers marked Brady's 93rd game with at least 300 passing yards, tying Peyton Manning for the second-most in NFL history.
At Chicago on Thursday Night Football (10/8), threw for 253 yards and one touchdown.
Threw for 166 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions for a 104.9 passer rating in a 38-10 Buccaneers victory over the Green Bay Packers (10/18).
At the Las Vegas Raiders (10/25), Brady completed 33-of-45 passes (73.3 pct.) for 369 yards (8.2 avg.) and four touchdowns, for a passer rating of 127.0. Also added a rushing touchdown.
The Raiders game marked Brady's 94th career regular season game with at least 300 passing yards, surpassing Peyton Manning for the second-most in NFL history.
One of Brady's touchdown passes against the Radiers went to TE Rob Gronkowski, the pair's 80th career touchdown connection in the regular season, surpassing Dan Marino & Mark Clayton for the fourth-most touchdown connections in NFL history. Including the postseason, Brady & Gronkowski now have 92 touchdown connections, tying Steve Young & Jerry Rice for the second-most in NFL history.
On Monday Night Football at New York Giants (11/2), completed 28-of-40 passes (70.0 pct.) for 279 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions, for a passer rating of 106.1.
Threw for 209 yards against New Orleans (11/8).
At Carolina (11/15), completed 29-of39 passes (71.8 pct.) for 341 yards (8.7 avg.) with three touchdowns and no interceptions, for a 124.0 passer rating. Also added a touchdown rush. The game marked the 61st of his career with at least three touchdown passes and no interceptions - extending his own NFL record.
Threw for 216 yards and two touchdowns with one interception on Monday Night Football against L.A. Rams (11/23).
Against Kansas City (11/29), threw for 345 yards and three touchdowns, with two interceptions.
Threw for 196 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions for a 120.9 passer rating in a Buccaneers win against Minnesota (12/13).
At Atlanta (12/20), threw for a seasonhigh 390 yards with two touchdowns, for a passer rating of 110.4. Brady now has 140 career games with a passer rating of at least 100.0, tying Drew Brees for the most such games in NFL history. MOST PASSING YARDS (TEAM HISTORY) Name (Year) Yards 1. Jameis Winston (2015-19) 19,737 2. Vinny Testaverde (1987-92) 14,820 3. Josh Freeman (2009-13) 13,534 4. Trent Dilfer (1994-99) 12,969 5. Doug Williams (1978-1982) 12,648 6. Brad Johnson (2001-04) 10,940 7. Tom Brady (2020-) 9,623 8. Steve DeBerg (1984-87, 1992-93) 9,439 9. Craig Erickson (1992-94) 6,094 10. Jeff Garcia (2007-08) 5,152 MOST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS ( TEAM HISTORY) Name (Year) TD 1. Jameis Winston (2015-19) 121 2. Tom Brady (2020-) 80 3. Josh Freeman (2009-13) 80 3. Vinny Testaverde (1987-92) 77 5. Doug Williams (1978-1982) 73 6. Trent Dilfer (1994-99) 70 7. Brad Johnson (2001-04) 64 7. Steve DeBerg (1984-87, 1992-93) 61 9. Craig Erickson (1992-94) 34 10. Brian Griese (2004-05, 2008) 32 28 | PLAYER BIOS
Brady threw for 320 yards in the second half against the Falcons, the most by an QB in the NFL in the second half of a game this season and the most by a Buccaneers QB in any half dating back to at least 1991.
Brady completed 22-of-27 passes (81.4 pct.) for 348 yards (12.8 avg.) with four touchdowns and no interceptions, for a perfect 158.3 passer rating at Detroit.
Brady joins Craig Erickson as the only player in team history to have a game with a perfect passer rating (min. 20 attempts). Brady now has three career regular season games with a perfect passer rating, tying Peyton Manning, Ben Roethlisberger and Kurt Warner for the most such games in NFL history.
All of Brady's 348 passing yards at Detroit came in the first half, the most passing yards in any half by a Buccaneers quarterback dating back to at least 1991.
Brady, who threw for 320 yards and two touchdowns in the second half at Atlanta in Week 15, became the first player in over the last 40 years with at 600+ passing yards over a four-quarter span (per Elias Sports).
Brady's 81.48 completion percentage is tied for the sixth-best in a single game in franchise history, while his 12.89 yards per attempt are the fifth-highest in a single game in team history (each min. 20 attempts).
Brady extended his NFL record of games with multiple touchdown passes and no interceptions to 113.
Completed 26-of-41 passes for 399 yards (9.7 avg.) with four touchdowns and one interception, with a 117.8 passer rating in Week 17 against Atlanta (1/3/21). Against Atlanta, Brady made his 299th career start, tying Brett Favre for the most in NFL history.
Over his final eight quarters of the season, Brady threw for 1,067 yards - the most passing yards over an eight quarter span by any quarterback in the last 30 years.
The Falcons game marked the seventh consecutive contest with multiple passing touchdowns, establishing a new franchise record.
Brady also posted back-to-back games with at least four touchdown passes, tying the franchise record.
Led Tampa Bay to a victory over Washington in the Super Wild Card Round (1/9), throwing for 388 yards (9.5 avg.) and two touchdowns, for a 104.3 passer rating.
He established new single-game postseason records for passing yards, yards per attempt and passer rating, while tying for the most passing touchdowns in a postseason game in team history.
With his touchdown passes at Washington, Brady became the oldest player to throw a touchdown pass in NFL postseason history, with Brady (43 years, 159 days) surpassing George Blanda (43 years, 108 days).
In the Divisional Round at New Orleans (1/17/21), Brady threw for 191 yards and two touchdowns, with no interceptions, for a 92.9 passer rating. Brady also added a rushing touchdown.
With his rushing touchdown, Brady became the oldest player in NFL history (43 years, 167 days), to score a postseason touchdown surpassing Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice (40 years, 105 days) In Super Bowl XXXVII.
In the NFC Championship Game, threw for 280 yards and three touchdowns, PLAYER BIOS | 29 leading the Buccaneers to the team's second-ever NFC Championship and an appearance in Super Bowl LV.
Named Super Bowl LV MVP after completing 21-of-29 passes (72.4 pct.) with three touchdowns and no interceptions, for a 125.8 passer rating.
Brady's 125.8 passer rating is the highest in a postseason game in Buccaneers franchise history and the fifth-highest in a postseason contest in Brady's career.
Brady's three touchdown passes (done in both the NFC Championship Game and Super Bowl LV) are the most in a single game in Buccaneers postseason history.
Brady finished the 2020 postseason with 1,061 passing yards, the eighth most in a single postseason in NFL history.
Brady had 10 postseason passing touchdowns are tied for the fourth-most in a single postseason in NFL history. x Brady's 50 total touchdown passes are the eighth-most in a single season in NFL history while his 5,694 total passing yards are the 10th-most in a season in NFL history (regular season and postseason combined)
Brady earned three letters at Michigan (1997-99) and recorded a 20-5 record as a two-year starter for the Wolverines.
Started all 25 games of his junior and senior seasons, including victories in the 1999 Citrus Bowl and the 2000 Orange Bowl.
Led the Wolverines to 15 wins in a 16-game span from 1998-99.
Finished his career ranking third in Michigan history with 710 attempts and 442 completions, fourth with 5,351 yards and a 62.3 completion percentage and fifth with 35 touchdown passes.
Completed 31-of-56 attempts for 375 yards against Ohio State to establish school single game-records, breaking the old marks of 52 attempts for 372 yards by Scott Dreisbach vs. Virginia in 1995 and 29 completions by Todd Collins vs. Oklahoma State in 1992.
Threw at least one touchdown pass in all 16 Big Ten conference games as a starter.
As a senior in 1999 was named All-Big Ten Conference second-team selection and team MVP after completing 214-of-341 passes (62.8 percent) for 2,586 yards, 20 touchdowns and only six interceptions.
Led Michigan to the Big Ten title as a junior in 1998.
Served as Brian Griese's backup during the Wolverines national championship season, in which they went 12-0 in 1997.
Thomas Brady was born the son of Tom and Galynn Brady on Aug. 3, 1977 in San Mateo, Calif.
Blue Chip Illustrated and Prep Football Report All-American selection at Junipero Serra High in San Mateo, Calif.
Added all-state and All-Far West honors as the team's Most Valuable Player.
Earned two letters in both football and baseball.
Was the starting varsity quarterback for two seasons (1993-94) and completed 236-of-447 passes (52.8 percent) for 3,702 yards and 31 touchdowns during his high school career.
Drafted in the 18th round of the 1995 Major League Baseball draft as a catcher by the Montreal Expos.
Inducted into the Junipero Serra High School Hall of Fame in 2003, joining fellow Serra High graduates Barry Bonds, Lynn Swann, Gregg Jeffries, Jim Fregosi, and his older sister Maureen, among many others.