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Tom Brady becomes NFL’s all-time passing leader

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Tom Brady becomes NFL’s all-time passing leader

RECORD-SETTER. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady blows a kiss to fans after a game against the New England Patriots.

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Tom Brady completes a 28-yard pass to Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammate Mike Evans to pass Drew Brees by one yard

Tom Brady became the NFL’s all-time leader in passing yards during his return to New England to play the Patriots on Sunday night, October 3.

Brady completed a 28-yard pass to Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammate Mike Evans with just over six minutes left in the first quarter to pass Drew Brees (80,358) by one yard.

Brady entered the contest with 80,291 yards, needing 68 to pass Brees. He is in his second season with the Buccaneers after spending 20 years with New England.

Tampa Bay went on to win 19-17 and Brady completed 22 of 43 passes for 269 yards as he finished the game with 80,560 yards.

Brees was in Foxborough as part of his pregame and halftime analyst duties for NBC, which is broadcasting the game.

Brees played 20 seasons with the San Diego Chargers (2001-2005) and New Orleans Saints (2006-2020). He won a Super Bowl with the Saints in the 2009 season and made 12 of his 13 Pro Bowl appearances with New Orleans. – Rappler.com

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