Tom Brady throws 600th career touchdown pass

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Tom Brady is the first player in NFL history with 600 career touchdown passes.

Brady threw two touchdown passes in the first quarter today against the Bears, getting him to the 600 milestone that no other player has achieved.

Only three other quarterbacks have surpassed 500 touchdowns: Drew Brees (571), Peyton Manning (539) and Brett Favre (508).

After Brady, Aaron Rodgers is the active leader, with 427 passing touchdowns. It seems unlikely that Rodgers will ever surpass Brady, given that Rodgers would likely need to play at least four or five seasons after Brady retired to do it, and Brady is showing no signs of slowing down.

Brady is also the NFL’s career record holder for postseason touchdown passes, with 83.

The Buccaneers currently have a 21-0 lead over the Bears late in the first quarter.

22 responses to “Tom Brady throws 600th career touchdown pass

  1. Time to put Fields back on the shelf where he belongs. He isnt ready for NFL defenses, especially good ones.

  2. 600 TD’s? I have long way to go. Feels like being named the MVP last year was more like a sympathy award, a consolation prize, but I’ll take what I can get.

  3. Some day I’ll be able to tell my grandkids I watched him play. And they’ll probably be able to their their grandkids too.

  4. Too bad Mike Evan’s gave the ball to a Bucs fan after the catch. Pretty smart of him. The dude now will get a Tom Brady auto and receive free season tickets to get the ball back.

  5. Lots of hate coming for the GOAT I dont get it, you dont have to like him. Just enjoy it that hes playing at a high level, we will never see this again

  6. I’m on the west coast and this the crap they NFL wants me to watch. Not the Raiders, Rams or the Cardinals. The freaking Bucs and the Bears. So, I watched it rain.

  7. No realistic Bear fan though the Bears had any chance today but a tape of this game shows the need for a clear 1st half NFL surrender rule. The only interesting thing about the game was listening to Nantz and Romo try to engage viewers to continue watching this dumpster fire.

    PS: How many times in the last six months did Nagy say that Dalton was the 1st string QB of the Bears?

  8. No realistic Bear fan thought the Bears had any chance today but a tape of this game shows the need for a clear 1st half NFL surrender rule. The only interesting thing about the game was listening to Nantz and Romo try to engage viewers to continue watching this dumpster fire. PS: How many times in the last six months did Nagy say that Dalton was the 1st string QB of the Bears?

  9. Bears are a train wreck on offense. Fields should never have been handed the starting job. As soon as he was healthy, Dalton should have been back under center.

  10. Nice, he is right up there with Starr, Bradshaw, Marino and the other all timers. Go Brady!

  11. Just imagine how many he’d have if he played in a dome 9 times a year for 15 seasons like Drew Brees.

  12. All of us, both young and old, are witnessing a level of NFL greatness we are unlikely to experience again in our lifetimes. Regardless of your team affiliation, you can appreciate the history being made here.

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