Tom Brady is in the NFL’s record books once again. With the New England Patriots’ 19-14 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 5, Brady collected his 186th regular season victory, tying Brett Favre and Peyton Manning for the most ever by a starting quarterback. Brady completed 30 of 40 attempts for 303 yards, one touchdown, and one pick en route to this milestone. Brady already owns the most career wins by a starting quarterback in NFL history, including his 25 playoff victories.
This is yet another reason the five-time Super Bowl champion is considered by many to be the greatest quarterback of all-time. Brady is a four-time Super Bowl MVP, a two-time league MVP, and a 12-time Pro Bowler. His entire career is loaded with accomplishments.
If Brady continues to play after 40, he’ll probably break more records. In fact, he currently has 467 passing touchdowns, which is good for fourth all-time. Manning sits at the top of that list with 539. Brady could potentially shatter that record if he decides to play for another two years.