Tom Brady Is NFL’s Leader For All-Time Passing Touchdowns After Week 7

Brady threw the 559th touchdown pass of his career


October 25, 2020

Who will go down as the quarterback with the most passing touchdowns in NFL history?

That depends on whose career lasts longer between Tom Brady and Drew Brees. Unless of course, the former keeps putting up numbers like he did in Week 7.

Brady on Sunday passed the New Orleans Saints’ longtime signal-caller in all-time passing touchdowns during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 45-20 win.

His 559th career toss into the end zone was his fourth of the game. The 43-year-old completed 33-of-45 attempts for 369 yards and had a rushing touchdown as well.

Check them all out:

Brees threw for two touchdowns as the Saints defeated the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.

Brady has scored 15 total touchdowns so far this season, while the New England Patriots simultaneously had one of their worst games of the Bill Belichick era at the hands of their old backup, Jimmy Garropolo.

Thumbnail photo via Kirby Lee/USA TODAY Sports Images
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