While the 45-year-old QB already has broken several records, he’s setting another milestone during his career.
So what is this new milestone he now has during his 23rd season in the NFL?
Brady Hit 100,000 Yards In Career Passing
Brady has now become the only NFL player to throw for 100,000 total yards.
Another major milestone for Tom Brady 💯
The ONLY player in NFL history to throw for 100K passing yards 🐐 pic.twitter.com/Lxn1bZSrKv
— ESPN (@espn) November 7, 2022
While that record includes his postseason passing yards, it’s still a milestone no other NFL QB has ever hit.
However, breaking records and hitting milestones is nothing new for the legendary QB.
He’s already holding the NFL record for career passing yards, passing completions, and passing touchdowns.
Also, he was first QB to pass for 50 touchdowns in a season, when he hit that mark in 2007.
While Peyton Manning passed that record in 2013 with 55 touchdowns, Brady was still the first to hit 50 passing TDs.
However, passing for 100,000 yards in both the regular and postseason gives the legendary QB a monumental milestone.
But for them to by-pass Brady, they need 20+ years of playing along with 47 playoff appearances.
With his 13,049 passing yards in 47 playoff appearances, it’s these things which helped him bypass the 100,000-yard mark.
While some people rag on the legendary QB for playing at his age, he continues to show he can still pass the ball.
With him still playing, it will be difficult for any NFL QB to overtake him and the records he’s set.