Tom Brady will head to the playoffs with a different team this time around. The Buccaneers qualified for the postseason after beating Detroit, 47-7. Also, Tom Brady achieves a rare feat during the game.
Brady completed 22 out of 29 passes for a total of 348 yards. Also, he had four TDs in the first half of the game. It was only the second time that some had 340 passing yards, four TDs, and no interceptions within a half. The first time it was achieved was during the 2009 season. The QB who accomplished it was also Brady while he was with New England.
Brady is the first NFL player to qualify for the postseason in 12 straight seasons. He did it eleven consecutive years with the Patriots and the first one with Buccaneers this year. According to bookie pay per head reports, the future Hall of Famer is the only player in league history to play 20 seasons with one team and make the postseason with another team.
Tom Brady Achieves Rare Feat
According to online bookie pay per head software, Brady had a perfect passer rating last Saturday. It was his first time to do so since 2010. Also, it’s only the third time he achieved it in his career.
Based on the best sportsbook pay per head services, Brady tied with Peyton Manning and Kurt Warner for the most games with a perfect passing rating. Also, he broke the Buccaneers’ franchise record for TD passes in one season with 35. Brady overtook Jameis Winston’s 33 that was set last season. The 35 TD passes were the most in a season for Brady since 2015, when he led the league in TD passes with 36.
Overall, Brady has 577 TD passes, which is the most in National Football League history. Also, he had eight TD passes with no interceptions in the last three games.