List of QB Tom Brady’s NFL Career Stats and Records (New England Patriots, Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
Tom Brady has officially retired, announcing he has left football “for good”, ending a prolific 23-year NFL career that will never be repeated. The former sixth-round pick’s illustrious career, with almost every plausible accolade, cements his role as the greatest to ever hold the position. His impact on football and the anthology cannot be defined by mere statistics. Brady’s tenure in the NFL can best be described as art that manifests itself in reality on the grill. If you split his career into parts, he would still have an immortalized case in Canton for every decade he spent in the league. Obsession. The reader. Willingness. Hunger. Mastery of throws – it all combines to form the anomaly that is Tom Brady.
Brady is a seven-time Super Bowl winner who ends his career as the NFL’s all-time leader in passing yards (89,214) and touchdowns (649). The three-time league MVP has rushed for 4,694 yards — the third-most in the NFL — and 25 touchdowns in 2022, his third year with the Buccaneers.
From 2000 to 2011, Brady went 140-41, passed for 45,264 yards, threw for 338 touchdowns, won 16 playoff games, including three Super Bowls. From 2012 to 2021, he went 138-44, passed for 52,305 yards, threw for 372 touchdowns, won 19 playoff games, including four Super Bowls.
He’s a guy who, in his 23 seasons in the NFL, was selected to the Pro Bowl a record 15 times. He was a three-time 1st Team All-Pro selection, three-time AP MVP and seven-time Super Bowl champion, which is not only the best of any player, but more than any other. any franchise.
Tom Brady ranks first all-time in:
Wins: 251Pro Bowls: 15Super Bowl MVP Awards: 5Completitions: 7,753Attempts: 12,050Passing Yards: 89,214Passing Touchdowns: 649
He finishes as the most accomplished player in NFL history, which is why he’s invariably linked to the moniker, GOAT It starts with his seven Super Bowl championships, more than any other NFL franchise. The seventh came in his freshman year with the Buccaneers in 2020, as he led that team to a dominating victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV. He has been selected to more Pro Bowls (15) than any other player at any position in league history. He is a three-time Associated Press NFL MVP and five-time Super Bowl MVP.
As a Buccaneer, Brady needed just three seasons to reach second on the team’s all-time touchdown passing list (108, behind Jameis Winston’s 121) and third on the list of passing distances (14,643, behind Winston’s 19,737 and Vinny Testaverde’s 14,820). He also set new franchise single-season records in virtually every category in 2021 when he completed 485 of 719 passes for 5,316 yards and 43 touchdowns. His arrival as an unrestricted free agent in 2020 marked the most successful three-season stint in Bucs franchise history, including the aforementioned Super Bowl championship and record-breaking first consecutive division titles. of team.