Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady tied NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice in the record books Sunday. With Brady's 1-yard touchdown run against the Buffalo Bills, he tied Rice with 10 touchdowns after turning the age of 40. That is the most in NFL history.

Jerry Rice is considered the greatest receiver of all-time, and rightfully so. He helped the San Francisco 49ers win three Super Bowls and broke nearly every receiving record. However, the forgotten part of his career was the last couple seasons he played for the Oakland Raiders and few games with the Seattle Seahawks. During that time, in his early 40's, Rice still managed to score 10 touchdowns in his old age.

Tom Brady has now tied that mark. Late in the 2nd quarter with the Bucs leading 17-3, Brady snuck in for a yard out for the rushing touchdown. It's tough to score 10 touchdowns as a non-mobile quarterback at any age, never mind in the 40's.

Also on Sunday, Brady surpassed Drew Brees for the most completions in regular season history in the NFL.

The Bucs quarterback is doing things we have rarely ever seen in the history of sports. Gordie Howe played into his early 50's. But even he was a shell of his self. Tom Brady is 44 years old and still dominating.

The Buccaneers quarterback is the front runner to win the league MVP this season. He leads the NFL in passing touchdowns, passing yards and has the Buccaneers primed for another deep run in the post season.