Tom Brady’s NFL records: Super Bowl wins, rings, all-time passing touchdowns as QB returns to Foxborough

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Tom Brady’s long-anticipated return to Foxborough, where he spent 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, is set for tonight on Sunday Night Football. Live coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. ET with Football Night in America. Tonight’s match-up will also be available via live stream on Peacock.

The Buccaneers, who returned all 22 starters from last year, are 2-1 entering Week 4. The Bucs are aiming to become the first team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since Brady’s Patriots accomplished the feat in the 2003 and 2004 seasons. This has been achieved just 8 times in NFL history. Check out the list of repeat Super Bowl winners below.

Brady, who is now in his 22nd season, turned 44 in August and is only getting better with age. Last year, in addition to picking up his seventh Super Bowl win–the most from any quarterback in NFL history–Brady set a franchise record with 40 pass TDs, his second-most in a single season since 2007.

With all the history already on his balance sheet, Brady is in line to accomplish even more this season, and he could do it in familiar territory. Brady needs just 68 passing yards today to pass Drew Brees as the league’s all-time leader at Gillette Stadium in tonight’s matchup vs the Patriots.

See below for just a few of Tom Brady’s NFL records ahead of tonight’s game between the Buccaneers and the Patriots.

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Tom Brady’s NFL Records:

Quarterbacks with the most Super Bowl wins all-time:

  • Tom Brady – 7

  • Joe Montana – 4

  • Terry Bradshaw – 4

  • Troy Aikman – 3 

  • Eli Manning – 2

  • Peyton Manning – 2

  • Ben Roethlisberger – 2

  • John Elway – 2

  • Jim Plunkett – 2

  • Bob Griese – 2

  • Roger Staubach – 2

  • Bart Starr – 2

Tom Brady’s Super Bowl Wins and Rings:

  • Super Bowl XXXVI (2002) – New England defeated St. Louis, 20-17
  • Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004) – New England defeated Carolina, 32-29
  • Super Bowl XXXIX (2005) – New England defeated Philadelphia, 24-21
  • Super Bowl XLIX (2015) – New England defeated Seattle, 28-24
  • Super Bowl LI (2017) – New England defeated Atlanta, 34-28
  • Super Bowl LIII (2019) – New England defeated Los Angeles, 13-3
  • Super Bowl LV (2021) – Tampa Bay defeated Kansas City, 31-9

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Top 10 NFL All-Time Passing Touchdown Leaders:

1. Tom Brady – 591

2. Drew Brees – 571

3. Peyton Manning – 539

4. Brett Favre – 508

5. Philip Rivers – 421

6. Dan Marino – 420

7. Aaron Rodgers – 418

8. Ben Roethlisberger – 399

9. Eli Manning – 366

10. Matt Ryan – 351

List of all-time repeat Super Bowl Winners:

  • Packers -1966 and 1967
  • Dolphins -1972 and 1973
  • Steelers -1974 and 1975
  • Steelers -1978 and 1979
  • 49ers – 1988 and 1989
  • Cowboys -1992 and 1993
  • Broncos -1997 and 1998
  • Patriots – 2003 and 2004

Which NFL quarterbacks have beaten all 32 NFL teams?

There’s one thing Brady has yet to accomplish, and he could do it in tonight’s game. With a win against the Patriots, Brady will have a victory against all 32 NFL teams as a starting QB. He’d join Drew Brees, Brett Favre and Peyton Manning as the only quarterbacks to accomplish that feat. Both Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger have beaten every NFL team with the exception of their current team. Both Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger have beaten every NFL team with the exception of their current team.

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