NFL legend Tom Brady, who is expected to announce his retirement soon, has quite an impressive track record.
10e Super Bowl
The American football legend, who left the New England Patriots in March 2020 after 20 years of exploits and records, played his 10e Super Bowl on the occasion of the 2021 edition.
The number of games he won in the regular season, more than any other quarterback in NFL history.
Tom Brady had 624 touchdown passes in his career, ahead of Drew Brees (571), Peyton Manning (539) and Brett Favre (508), all of whom retired.
In 22 seasons, Tom Brady has covered the number of 84,520 passing yards in the NFL.
44 years old, Brady began his career with New England in 2001. He had been drafted the previous year in the 6th round and in… 199th position.
The quarterback won the 7e title of his career, on the occasion of a final where he once again stood out for his mastery and game intelligence. A nice snub to the frankness of Patrick Mahomes (25), considered his successor and great star of the years to come in the NFL.
Winner with 2 franchises
Tom Brady became the 2e quarterback in history to take 2 franchises to the title (New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers). The first was Peyton Manning with Indianapolis and Denver.
5 times MVP
Tom Brady has another record. He was voted Super Bowl MVP 5 times in his 7 titles.