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Tom Brady Career Overview

Tom Brady is widely regarded as the greatest quarterback of all time, spending the majority of his 23-season career as the face of not one, but two New England Patriots dynasties, where he won six Super Bowls, before moving to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a free agent, securing a further title to his name in 2021. He holds a number of quarterback records, such as most career passing yards, completions, touchdown passes, and games started. He also leads the way in quarterback career, regular season and postseason wins.

Tom Brady's Career Stats Overview

Completions : (7,753)
Attempts : (12,050)
Passing Yards : (89,214)
Passing Touchdowns : (649)
Wins : (251)
Pro Bowls : (15)
Super Bowl MVP Awards : (5)

When did Tom Brady win his first Super Bowl?

Brady’s first Super Bowl victory came in Super Bowl XXXVI on February 3rd 2002, in his second year as a Patriot and his first as the starting QB. It was also the franchise’s first title in their history, as they defeated the St. Louis Rams 20-17 at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans.

Tom Brady Best Super Bowl Performance

Throughout his career, Brady won five Super Bowl MVPs, including one in his first triumph in 2002. He went on to receive the award again in 2004, 2005, 2015, 2017 and 2021.

In what many believe to be Brady’s greatest Super Bowl performance, he led the Patriots to the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history as they overcame a 28-3 deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in 2017. Throwing for 466 yards, he completed 43 of 62 attempted passes, which were some of a number of individual and team records that were broken on that historic night during Super Bowl LI.

The following year in Super Bowl LII, he went on to break his own record of 466 passing yards in a single game, reaching 505 yards on 28 completions against a strong Philadelphia Eagles defense. However, despite his best efforts, he and the Patriots could not make it to back-to-back Championships, as the Eagles came out on top in another high-scoring contest.

Who Has Tom Brady Won Most With?

During 20 years with the Patriots, Brady enjoyed a winning record in each of his seasons, totalling 219 regular season victories, with a further 30 in the postseason contributing to six rings. This gave him an incredible 76.8% winning percentage. With the Bucs, he won 32 and lost 18, taking his regular season winning percentage to 74.9%, the highest of any quarterback ever.

Whilst he is just one of four quarterbacks to have beaten every team in the NFL at least once, some teams had it far tougher than others when competing against Brady. He has had the most success against AFC East teams, especially during his time in New England, going 90-22. Over a third of those victories came against the Buffalo Bills, who were defeated 33 times in 36 games throughout Brady’s reign. The New York Jets had similar struggles, losing 31 times including the postseason, and recording just eight wins.

How Many Times Has Tom Brady Retired?

Following the conclusion of the 2021 season, in which the Buccaneers were eliminated in the Divisional Round by eventual Super Bowl LVI Champs Los Angeles Rams, Brady announced his retirement on February 1, 2022 after 22 years in the NFL. The desire to spend more time with his wife and children was a major factor in his decision. However, life after football lasted just 40 days, as Brady then shocked the world by announcing his plans to return for another season with the Bucs. After convincing conversations with the organisation, as well as having the support of his family, the superstar felt he still had more to give, with the belief that he could secure a record eighth Super Bowl title. In doing so, he became the oldest player to ever start an NFL game at quarterback, aged 45.

Despite suffering his first losing season as a starter, the Bucs and Brady’s 8-9 record was enough to win them the NFC South division, and therefore clinching their place in the postseason. However, they bowed out in the divisional round after a 31-14 loss at home to the Dallas Cowboys.

This became Brady’s official last game, as just over two weeks later he announced he was retiring again, this time ‘for good’, a statement which still remains true.

What Records Does Tom Brady Hold?

Regular Season

  • Most games won by an NFL player (251)
  • Most career passing yards (89,214)
  • Most career pass completions (7,753)
  • Most career passing attempts (12,050)
  • Most career touchdown passes (649)
  • Most division titles won (17 NE Patriots, 2 TB Buccaneers)
  • Oldest player to win NFL MVP (40)
  • Most pro-bowl selections (15)
  • Most Super Bowls (7) and Super Bowl MVPs (5)

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