Buccaneers' Tom Brady breaks two Drew Brees touchdown records vs. Saints

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Tom Brady breaks two Drew Brees touchdown records vs. Saints originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

Another week, another record-breaking performance by Tom Brady.

Brady, the NFL's all-time leader in passing touchdowns, broke two of Drew Brees' touchdown records in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 36-27 loss to the New Orleans Saints in Week 8. He set a new record for most games with at least three passing touchdowns (98) and then set a new record for most games with at least four passing touchdowns (38).

The third passing touchdown for Brady on Sunday went to one of his favorite targets, Mike Evans, in the third quarter to bring Tampa to within one score.

His fourth touchdown gave the Bucs a late lead, as he connected with Cyril Grayson on a 50-yard catch and score.

The 44-year-old quarterback continues to terrify defenses, completing 28 of 40 attempts for 375 yards against New Orleans. However, a pick-six from Brady with under two minutes to go sealed the win for the Saints.