When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers face the Los Angeles Rams this Sunday in Week 9, Tom Brady could add another milestone to his storied career and further continue to grow his legend as the league’s best player ever.
Brady needs just 164 passing yards to reach having 100,000 yards threshold. That would add to him already obtaining the all-time record for passing yards
Brady hasn’t thrown for fewer than 190 yards in a game this year, so the odds of him reaching 100,000 yards are very good. Once he gets this record, he would have thrown for 56.82 miles in his career. That’s over a span of 24 years with seven Super Bowl titles and never having a season worse than 9-7.
This is one of those records we will likely never see get passed in our lifetime, much less the next.
Tom Brady’s records and milestones are gonna be really tough for other quarterbacks to beat since they would have to sustain the same level of high play for 20-plus years while playing into their 40’s just like him.
That is just extremely unlikely to happen. Him being a proven winner is the reason why teams would still want him to play for their team despite his age.
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