Top 3 Tom Brady’s Records That Will Probably Never Be Broken

Playing quarterback for the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom Brady was synonymous with winning, consistency, and longevity. Thanks to this, he not only achieved the GOAT (greatest of all time) status, but also retired with a long list of NFL records to his name. Some of those records are so impressive that it is hard to see them ever being broken. Check the top three below.

Most Consecutive Winning Seasons as a Starting Quarterback

Record: 21

After taking over as a starting quarterback for the New England Patriots in 2001, Tom Brady embarked on a run of 21 winning seasons. His only losing season as a starting quarterback came with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2022, his last year in the league. It is worth noting that in 2008, he only played in Week 1 and missed the rest of the season due to a knee injury, but he won that game, and the Patriots had a winning record at the end of the campaign.

Most Career Passing Yards in Regular Season and Playoffs Combined

Record: 102,614 yards

Tom Brady holds the NFL records for most career passing yards in the regular season with 89,214 and most passing yards in playoffs with 13,400. While a player could come to threaten one of these records, it is hard to see anyone being as productive as Brady in both the regular season and the playoffs for so long and combining for 102,614 yards.

Most Super Bowl Wins

Record: 7

Tom Brady’s seven Super Bowl rings are not only the most by any player in the history of the league but are also more than any NFL franchise. That is a good indicator that no other player will touch this mark for a long time and perhaps never.

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