NFL Sunday preview: Both Brady, Brees eye Manning TDs record

Toronto Sun
NFL Sunday preview: Both Brady, Brees eye Manning TDs record
NFL Sunday preview: Both Brady, Brees eye Manning TDs record

Imagine Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux both being so close to breaking Gordie Howe's NHL career goals record that they could both do it on the same day. That's what could happen in the NFL on Sunday, in that both New England's Tom Brady and New Orleans' Drew Brees could break Peyton Manning's NFL career touchdown passes record of 539. Brady has 536. Brees has 537. Whoever breaks Manning's mark first has maybe a 50/50 chance of keeping the mark at season's end. One is as likely as the other to enter 2020 with the record in his pocket. Brady, 42, has said this season he hopes to play now until at LEAST age 45. New England plays at Cincinnati on Sunday. Brees, who turns 41 in a few weeks, hasn't

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