Brady passed Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints to become the NFL's all-time completions leader.
Tom Brady now has a new record to add to his resumé.
The future Hall of Fame quarterback passed Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints to become the league's all-time leader in completions.
Brady, a seven-time Super Bowl champion, needed only 18 completions to pass Brees, who concluded his career with 7,142 completions, heading into Tampa Bay's game against the Buffalo Bills.
With 1:38 left in the first half, Brady connected on a 20-yard pass to wide receiver Mike Evans for his 7,143rd career completion. The Buccaneers got a first down at the Buffalo 2-yard line thanks to the pass and catch.
Brady scored on a quarterback sneak two plays later to give the Bucs a 24-3 lead.