Tom Brady can break yet another NFL record with help from 17th game

Tom Brady can break yet another NFL record with help from 17th game

Brees still has Brady beat in passes finished per game with 24.9 and 24.6 respectively. Do not put it previous Brady to overtake that one. Brees can at least add an asterisk to Bradys single-season marks because he now gets an additional game to do it.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is set up to break Drew Brees NFL record for conclusions in a season thanks to the 17th video game.
Tom Brady already owns a lot of NFL records, though the 44-year-old may keep playing in the pros up until he has each and every one of them.
In the last week of the routine season, Brady looks all but ensured to get another one.
The Buccaneers QB gets in Week 18 with 456 pass completions. Hes just 16 conclusions far from breaking Drew Brees single-season record of 471.

Tom Brady can break another Drew Brees record.
Brees set the record in 2016, breaking his own previous record of 468 completions during the 2011 season. The Saints legend likewise owns the third-best single-season conclusion mark with 456 in 2014.
Brady has actually already tied for third location and it would be pretty shocking if he didnt run away with the record with the NFL introducing the 17th game to the routine season.
This season, Brady is balancing 28.5 conclusions per game. His season-low for completions is 18. He just has to do what hes done weekly and hell quickly add the record to his resumé.
He already owns the record for completions, passing yards and passing goals in a career, including distance between himself and Brees in 2nd location for each of those classifications with every game he plays.
Brees still has Brady beat in passes completed per game with 24.9 and 24.6 respectively. Dont put it previous Brady to surpass that one. Brees can at least add an asterisk to Bradys single-season marks because he now gets an extra video game to do it.