Tom Brady becomes the first player in NFL history to pass for 100,000 career yards
Tom Brady has arrived at another historic achievement. The 45-year-old quarterback became the first in NFL history to throw for 100,000 yards in the regular season and postseason during the final quarter of Sunday’s game against the Rams.
Tom Brady has a lot of NFL records to his name: Super Bowl titles. Regular-season wins, passing yards, passing touchdowns, and regular-season begins are the most prominent on his Hall of Fame resume. What’s more, presently he has another.
Subsequent to finishing a 15-yard pass to running back Leonard Fournette in the final quarter of Tampa Bay’s Week 9 comeback 16-13 triumph over the Rams, Brady became the first player in NFL history to arrive at 100,000 career passing yards (including playoffs.)
The pass that did it was a 15-yard completion to running back Leonard Fournette in the final quarter. It set up a fourth-and-5 from the L.A. 32. kicker Ryan Succop sent the ball through the uprights for a field goal, making the score 13-9, Los Angeles.
That achievement throw was about the only feature that is come from the second half of Rams-Buccaneers.
L.A. quarterback Matthew Stafford hit receiver Cooper Kupp with a 34-yard pass that put the Rams at Tampa Bay’s 10-yard line late in the second from last quarter. However, the Rams couldn’t place the ball in the end zone and settled for a 35-yard field goal to go up 13-6.