Tom Brady: Most Passing Touchdowns in NFL History


Tom Brady holds many records in his historical career. He has the most wins for any player at 226, the most Super Bowl wins, and now, the most touchdown passes.


The Stage

On Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers thrashed the Las Vegas Raiders 45-20. Brady threw for 369 yards and four touchdowns. A truly dominant performance.

With 6:40 remaining in the game, Brady found Chris Godwin in the back of the end zone to tie Drew Brees, touchdown record at 558.

After an Antoine Winfield Jr. interception gave the Buccaneers good field position, Brady tossed a dart to Tyler Johnson. Officially passing Drew Brees with 559 career touchdown passes.

More To Come

Brees and Brady are neck and neck in many statistical categories. Brees currently ranks first in completions and yards, with Brady trailing in second place.

Tom Brady continues to put up dominant numbers every week. He’s thrown for at least three touchdowns in three games, boosting the Buccaneers to a 5-2 record. His 18 touchdowns and four interceptions are near the top in the NFL. If Brady can keep up this pace, he should have no issue creating some space between himself and Brees.

In week nine, the Buccaneers will kick off against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday Night Football. Antonio Brown will officially be active and in the lineup, which should provide us with plenty of story lines.

Will Brady be able to finish ahead of Brees by the time we hit week 17? I’m not sure many fans will care as long as the Buccaneers are winning. This team is destined to make a playoff push, records are only a product of success.