Tom Brady with another NFL record

Submitted by 1329 S. University on September 12th, 2011 at 10:15 PM
Just tied a record with a 99.5 yard TD pass after Henne has an incompletion on 4th down.

Brady has over 500 yards and Henne is over 400.




September 12th, 2011 at 10:22 PM ^

NFL records
Fewest starts to achieve 100 regular-season wins as a starter (131 starts)
Most consecutive wins, postseason: 10 (2001, 2003, 2004, 2005)
Most consecutive wins, regular season and postseason: 21 (2003–2004)
Most consecutive wins in regular-season home games: 28 (2006–present)
Most seasons finishing 8–0 at home: 5 (2003, 2004, 2007, 2009, 2010)
Only quarterback to start and win 3 Super Bowls before his 28th birthday
Most passing touchdowns, regular season: 50 (2007)
Most passing touchdowns, regular season and postseason combined: 56 (2007)
Most touchdown passes, month: 20 (October 2007)
Most passing touchdowns, quarter: 5 (second quarter vs. Tennessee, October 18, 2009)
Largest touchdown to interception differential: +42 (2007)
Highest touchdown to interception ratio, season: 9.0 to 1 (36 TD/4 INT, 2010)
Highest touchdown pass–interception ratio, career: 2.52-1 (260 TD/103 INT)
Most games with 3+ touchdown passes, regular season: 12 (2007)
Most consecutive games with 3+ touchdown passes, regular season: 10 (2007)
Most consecutive games with 2+ touchdown passes and no interceptions: 9 (2010, October 24–present
Most games with 1 touchdown pass and no interceptions, season: 14 (2010)
Most games with 2 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 11 (2010)
Most games with 3 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 8 (2007)
Most games with 4 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 5 (2007)
Most games with 4 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 12 – tied with Brett Favre
Most games with 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, season: 3 (2007)
Most games with 5 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career: 4 – tied with Peyton Manning
Most games with 6 touchdown passes and no interceptions, career 2 – tied with Peyton Manning
Highest single-game completion percentage, postseason: 92.9% (vs. Jacksonville, January 12, 2008)[67]
Tied for most completions in a Super Bowl: 32 (XXXVIII)
Most career Super Bowl completions: 100 (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII)
Largest completion–interception ratio, season: 81.0-1 (324-4) (mininimum 150 completions), 2010
Most games with 20 completions and no interceptions, season: 10 (2007)
Most games with 30 completions and no interceptions, career: 9 – tied with Drew Brees
Most games with 30 completions and no interceptions, season: 5 (2007)
Most games with 50 pass attempts and no interceptions, career: 3
Largest passing yards–interception ratio, career: 337.3-1 (34,744-103) (mininimum 20,000 passing yards)
Largest passing yards–interception ratio, season: 975.0-1 (3,900-4) (mininimum 2,000 passing yards), 2010
Most games with 300 yards passing and no interceptions, season: 8 (2007)
Interception-free streaks and interception percentage
Most consecutive pass attempts to start a career without an interception: 162 (2000–2001)
Most consecutive pass attempts without an interception, regular season: 338 (2010, October 24–present)
Third-lowest interception percentage (interceptions per attempt), career: 2.19% (Aaron Rodgers ranks first @ 1.99%; Neil O'Donnell is second @ 2.11%)
Career bests
Excluding the list of NFL records above:
Highest single-game quarterback rating: 158.3 (at Miami, October 21, 2007 and at Detroit, November 25, 2010) Perfect Rating
Highest single-season quarterback rating: 117.2 (2007) 2nd highest all-time
Most passing touchdowns, game: 6 (at Miami, October 21, 2007 and vs. Tennessee, October 18, 2009)
Most passing yards, game: 410 (vs. Kansas City, 2002)
Most passing yards, season: 4,806 (2007)
Lowest interception total, season (minimum 2 starts): 4 (2010)
21-game win streak statistics (including post-season)
690 passes attempted
412 passes completed
4,953 passing yards
34 passing touchdowns
13 passes intercepted
20.29 passing attempts per touchdown
53.07 passing attempts per interception
59.71 completion rate
90.3 passer rating
111–32 (regular season), 125–37 (career) as a starter
8–1 (career) in overtime games
34–6 (career) vs. NFC teams
32 game-winning drives after a Patriots' fourth-quarter tie or deficit[68]
Post-season records and statistics
NFL record for most consecutive wins in post season: 10 (broke record of Green Bay's Bart Starr).
Most consecutive post season wins (college and professional combined): 12
3 Super Bowl victories
2 Super Bowl MVP awards
Most completions in a Super Bowl (32 in Super Bowl XXXVIII)
Most career Super Bowl completions (100 in four games)
Highest completion percentage in a single game, minimum 20 attempts (26 of 28, 92.9%, against Jacksonville in 2007 AFC Divisional round)[69]


September 12th, 2011 at 11:14 PM ^

Some  Brady hating hairball (probably an OSU illiterate) has the audacity to say Tom is overrated.   However NFL players know better as they voted him the best player in the NFL going into the 2011 season.  We certainly second their selection!  Michigan fans have really been entertained this weekend and tonight by dynamic Michigan QBs - Denard, Chad, and Tom.  Another NFL record set tonight was the combined 903 total game passing two former Wolverines.  Whodathunkit?


September 12th, 2011 at 11:15 PM ^

Brady was in that zone that he gets into sometimes. The one INT he had wasn't his fault.  It is a treat to see an NFL QB have a game like he had.  I'd like to see him win at least one more SB before he hangs it up.  Can't believe they lose their starting center and a guy comes in and they never miss a beat. 


September 12th, 2011 at 11:33 PM ^

said that it's too bad Brady played so well (as usual), because otherwise everybody would have been talking about Henne's night.  And now in the post-game:

  • "The story tonight is that there were more passing yards combined in any NFL game.  906 yards combined passing."

Adding:  "That obviously meant things did not go so well for the defense."


September 13th, 2011 at 8:57 AM ^

Love Brady!  I was down 31 points in my NFL pool.  He nets me 34 and I win.  Woo Brady!

To top it all off, I was going against my friend who is a Notre Dame fan.  He e-mailed me saying "It was the ND game all over again."