Tom Brady set to break more NFL records, including one he already owns

As he prepares for the final regular-season game of his 23rd NFL campaign, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is about to break even more league records Sunday, including one he already owns.

Brady needs to throw just 12 passes against the Atlanta Falcons to break Matthew Stafford’s single-season mark for pass attempts, and it’ll take just nine completions for the GOAT to break his own NFL record for completions in a season.

At 45 years old, it’s still not a given that Brady hangs up his cleats for good after this season. He’s on the final year of his current contract with the Bucs, which would make him a free agent this offseason, should he choose to play a 24th season.

Whatever he decides this time around, Brady should have two more NFL records under his belt.


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Story originally appeared on Buccaneers Wire