Tom Brady, the superstar quarterback of the New England Patriots, has extended an already unheard of record by clinching the Patriots 11th straight AFC East Divisional Title. The Patriots cemented the title with a win over the Baltimore Ravens last night.
It isn’t like Tom Brady is without competition. Peyton Manning is hot on his trail with 10 consecutive divisional titles, and may just add another this year with a win over the Raiders next week. Tom Brady already watched one of his records fall last night when he saw Peyton Manning exceed his single season pass touchdown record, which Tom Brady won in 2007 with 49 touchdowns. In last night’s Denver Broncos win over the Houston Texans, Manning threw for touchdowns 48, 49, 50 and 51 to take the record away. Peyton Manning will most likely extend that record next week against the Raiders.
Tom Brady’s win this past Sunday also was his 148th victory, which moved him into a tie for the most wins by a quarterback ever. He is currently in a tie for third place on that list with John Elway, ironically also of the Denver Broncos. Tom Brady is currently trying to catch and surpass Peyton Manning and Bret Favre on that list to take the record all for himself.
Brady went 14-26 passing for 173 yards and one touchdown against the Ravens. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are hoping for the Cincinnati Bengals to lose next week so they can have a shot at a bye week in the playoffs.
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