Tom Brady is a book full of records. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback achieved another mark this Thursday in the NFL, thanks to his touchdown passes made together with receiver Antonio Brown, in the commitment against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Since last year, including the playoffs, Tom Brady has thrown 10 touchdown passes to Antonio Brown since Week 15 of last season, the most for any quarterback-wide receiver duo in the entire NFL, according to the ESPN’s statistical department.
Brady ended up with another record in this engagement. He couldn’t continue the streak of 227 consecutive passes without an interception, a number that is already a record in the Tampa Bay franchise.