Tom Brady Sets a New Record

Source: Wikimedia Commons

Source: Wikimedia Commons

On Sunday, October 24th, Tom Brady set a new NFL record as the first quarterback to reach 600 career touchdown passes in the regular season. He met this record when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers dominated the Chicago Bears 28-3, where the 44 year old quarterback completed 20 of 36 passes for 211 yards and four touchdowns.

Wide receiver Mike Evans, who caught Tom Brady’s 600th touchdown pass, was not aware of the record and handed the ball to a random kid in the stands. It was reported that later an official made a bargain with the kid, for that football was going to go into the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

In exchange, the kid got two signed jerseys and a helmet from Tom Brady, a signed Mike Evans jersey and his game cleats, $1000 credit to the Buccaneer’s store, and two season passes for this season and next season. Do you think that’s a fair exchange?

Tom Brady led the Buccaneers to their best start in franchise history, as the Superbowl champions are now 6-1 and once again looking like one of the most dominant teams in the league.