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Buccaneers’ Tom Brady throws historic 600th career TD pass against the Bears

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Tom Brady has been playing football for what feels like 55 years and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are loving every second of it right now. During the Week 7 matchup against the Chicago Bears, Brady broke an NFL record after throwing his 600th career touchdown pass. It’s the most touchdowns ever thrown by one player in the history of the league, per James Palmer.

As usual, the Buccaneers drove the field and put themselves within scoring range. From under 10 yards out, Brady delivers a strike to Mike Evans in traffic. Evans finds a way to reel it in, giving Tom Brady his 600th career touchdown. The Buccaneers shared the highlight on their Twitter page.

The haters have nearly been completely silenced after Brady continues to dominate the game of football. He’s won the most Super Bowls, and now he owns the touchdown title as well. Brady has had a firm hold on that record for quite some time now, as legendary quarterback Drew Brees is in second place with 571 touchdowns himself.

However, Brady has now entered uncharted territory and this is likely a record that won’t be broken for quite a while. It’s been an impressive career and he’s not finished yet. In his mid-40s, Brady continues to defy the laws of aging. He looks as good as ever, as the Buccaneers are a Super Bowl contender yet again.

It seems as though he plans to put his name so far ahead of the records list that nobody will ever be able to catch up. You don’t have to like the guy, but you have to respect what he’s done in the NFL.

We’ll see how the season plays out, but it’s looking great for Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. As we approach the midway point of the season, the Bucs will find themselves at the top of the rankings. The team is stacked, and they have the future Hall of Fame quarterback under center in Tom Brady. This team is looking dangerous.

With that said, congratulations to the GOAT, Tom Brady!