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Tom Brady Can Join Brees, Favre and Manning With Unique NFL Record This Season

Adam Taylor McKillop
Tom Brady can join Drew Brees, Brett Favre and Peyton Manning with a unique NFL record in 2021.
Tom Brady can join Drew Brees, Brett Favre and Peyton Manning with a unique NFL record in 2021. / Patrick Smith/Getty Images
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Tom Brady makes a strong case to be considered the greatest quarterback in NFL history. There's no questioning that after two decades of dominance and seven Super Bowl titles. Next season, Brady has the opportunity to step into another page of the record books with this unique stat.

Brady and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers will play the New England Patriots this season. With a victory, Brady will become just the fourth quarterback in league history to defeat all 32 teams. The other names are Hall-of-Fame company in Drew Brees, Brett Favre and Peyton Manning.

If Brady hadn't spent the first 20 years of his career in New England, he might have reached this unique record a bit sooner. Still, there's a good chance he joins this elite list in 2021.

Fans can stack Brady's career in New England, and career overall, against any of the other greats in the league. He ranks first on the league's all-time list in passing touchdowns (581) and second in both passing yards (79,204) and completions (6,778).

Heading into 2021, the Buccaneers are projected to finish better than the Patriots according to FanDuel Sportsbook. As it stands, the Buccaneers own +650 odds to win the 2021 Super Bowl compared to New England at +3200.


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Adam Taylor McKillop is not a FanDuel employee. In addition to providing DFS gameplay advice, Adam Taylor also participates in DFS contests on FanDuel using his personal account, username atmckillop. While the strategies and player selections recommended in his articles are his personal views, he may deploy different strategies and player selections when entering contests with his personal account. The views expressed in their articles are the author's alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of FanDuel. 

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