Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has just shattered Drew Brees's record for the most completions in NFL history with 7,143. Brady now has the most touchdowns, completions, yards, wins, Super Bowls, and total MVPs.

What he has been able to do throughout his career is simply mind-blowing as he has undoubtedly been the greatest quarterback of all time in his long NFL career.

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Brady still has a few records that he is going to look to break but most importantly for him, he's looking to deliver another Super Bowl to his Tampa Bay Buccaneers team. In his short time with the Buccaneers, he has already walked away with a Super Bowl title and looks like he has a great chance of doing that once again this season.

The Buccaneers have looked to be the only team in the NFL who has found consistency for the entire season and that's to be expected when a guy like Brady is running an offense. He has done this throughout his entire career so there's no reason to ever think that he would have done any differently in Tampa Bay. The Buccaneers are going to look to finish the season off on a strong note and have a full head of steam into the playoffs where Brady is looking to win back-to-back Super Bowls.

Tampa Bay is taking on a tough Buffalo Bills team, they currently have a big 24-3 lead near halftime.