The long awaited return to New England for Tom Brady is happening this Sunday Night and Tom Brady can pass Drew Brees for the all-time yards passing record.
Tom needs 68 yards passing against the Patriots to pass Drew Brees’ 80,358 yards passing. Tom already has the most passing touchdowns, games started and wins by a quarterback in NFL history.
Tom Brady’s return to Gillette Stadium this Sunday will be historic and what Brady has done at that stadium is unlike any other quarterback. He has 157 starts in the regular season and playoffs there, winning 134 of them while throwing for 41,285 yards and 304 TDs. No quarterback in NFL history has played more or produced more in a stadium than what Brady has done while playing at Gillette Stadium.
Tom looks to add to those numbers and hopefully leaves Gillette Stadium with a win for the Buccaneers.
[SOURCE: AP News]
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