Tom Brady Could Become Tampa Bay's All-Time Passing Touchdown Leader Next Season
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How bad has Tampa Bay's passing game been over the years? Well, if current savvy vet QB Tom Brady continues on the pace he's on, he could be the Buccaneers all-time passing touchdown leader next year, after three seasons. Per The Big Lead...

Through 18 games in pewter, Brady has thrown 49 touchdowns. Another year of 40-plus scoring strikes will put him second, passing Steve DeBerg, Brad Johnson, Trent Dilfer, Doug Williams, Vinny Testaverde, and Josh Johnson along the way. Jameis Winston sits comfortably at the top with 121. At this point, wouldn't it be surprising if Touchdown Tom didn't conquer this mountain?
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He is doing to Tampa what Brees did for the Saints, but in less time. That shite franchise is gonna have an entirely new culture just from having him for 2-5 years
Reply28 days
I don't think its a direct comparison considering Tampa Bay already had one Super Bowl win.
28 days
How can he do that while playing for the Saints?
Reply28 days
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