Tampa Bay Buccaneers superstar QB once again proves that he’s one of the best (if not the best) signal-callers to ever play in the NFL. After winning his seventh Super Bowl ring last season with the Bucs, Brady continues to cement his legacy in the league with one incredible feat after another.
On Monday night against the New York Giants, the three-time NFL MVP just surpassed 3,000 passing yards this season which now puts him at a total of 19 seasons in passing so many yards. This, per The Atlhetic, puts him past the great Brett Favre (18) for the most seasons in league history with 3,000 passing yards per season.
In his 22nd season in the league, the Buccaneers QB continues to dominate and as he tries to go for an unimaginable eighth Super Bowl trophy. Although this season hasn’t been perfect, Brady and his Bucs are still holding on to the top spot of the NFC South Division with a 6-3 record approaching Week 11.
Despite his age, the 44-year old future HOF has been aging like fine wine, and records like this only go to show that he’s not slowing down anytime soon. The five-time Super Bowl MVP is still playing with a chip on his shoulder as the mount of records Brady breaks just continues to pile up.
So, are we still questioning if Tom Brady is indeed the NFL’s GOAT?