Tom Brady is all alone at the top.

The New England Patriots quarterback added another record to his illustrious resume Sunday in Miami when he passed Peyton Manning for most career touchdown passes (including the playoffs) in NFL history. Brady’s 580th scoring strike came when he hit Julian Edelman for a 2-yard touchdown in the second quarter against the Miami Dolphins.

Just another day in the life of the GOAT.

Brady and the Patriots have struggled in South Beach over the course of the quarterback’s career, but at least he’ll have this record as a happy Miami moment.

With a win against the Dolphins, New England can clinch its 10th straight AFC East title.

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