Tom Brady is arguably the greatest quarterback in NFL history and continues to add to his impressive resume. During the New England Patriots' game in Week 17, Brady jumped Peyton Manning for second all-time in touchdown passes per Mike Reiss.

At some point, everyone expected Brady to surpass Manning on the all-time list for touchdown passes. But no one in the world could have predicted that Elandon Roberts would be on the receiving end of Brady's 540th touchdown pass.

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Over the course of his career, Brady has been able to throw for over 74,000 yards, 540 touchdowns, and fewer than 180 interceptions. Despite being 42-years-old, the former sixth-round pick continues to add to his already legendary legacy.

Just a couple of weeks ago, Drew Brees surpassed Manning's touchdown record and sits at the No. 1 spot of all-time. Therefore, the Patriots' signal-caller is motivated to keep playing in an attempt to catch Brees in the future.

After this season, Brady will become an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his 20-year career. While some believe he could be headed elsewhere, it'd be surprising to see him leave the Patriots.

Regardless of what happens in the offseason, Brady is a first-ballot Hall-of-Famer. Besides his individual numbers, Brady has achieved 14 Pro-Bowl bids, three All-Pro honors, and six Super Bowl titles.

Of course, the six Super Bowl victories are the most by a quarterback in NFL history. The scary part for the NFL is that Brady isn't done rewriting the record books as he is expected to play in 2020.

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