Tom Brady

Described by some as the greatest Quarterback of all-time, The Buccaneers’ Tom Brady has set and smashed too many sports records to count in his pro football career.

The sports career of Tom Brady is the truly the stuff of legends.

In his first season with the Bucs, Brady set a new franchise record with 34 TD passes recorded, besting former No. 1 overall pick Jameis Winston’s record of 33 passing touchdowns which was set in the previous season.

While playing for the NFL’s New England Patriots, superstar quarterback Tom brady led his team to 9 Super Bowls and six world championships. His nine Super Bowl starts are the most by any player in league history and he is the record holder for career Super Bowl attempts (392), completions (256), yards (2,838), touchdown passes (18) and MVP awards (4). Brady has extended his record by making in the 2021 Super Bowl playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Beginning in 2024, Brady will be the lead color commentator for NFL on Fox, alongside Kevin Burkhardt as part of a $375m deal.

Here is a breakdown of Brady’s on-field statistics for his time as a college football player as well as the regular season and the NFL post-season:

Tom Brady NCAA College Football Statistics

Brady played college football at the University of Michigan, for the Michigan Wolverines from 1995 to 1999.

Season Team Passing Rushing
Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A TD Int Rtg Att Yds Avg TD
1995 Michigan Redshirt
1996 Michigan 3 5 60.0 26 5.2 0 1 63.7 0 0 0.0 0
1997 Michigan 12 15 80.0 103 6.9 0 0 137.7 2 −14 −7.0 0
1998 Michigan 200 323 61.9 2,427 7.5 14 10 133.1 54 −105 −1.9 2
1999 Michigan 180 295 61.0 2,217 7.5 16 6 138.0 34 −31 −0.9 1
Career 395 638 61.9 4,773 7.5 30 17 134.9 90 −150 −1.7 3

Tom Brady Regular Season Statistics

Legend
AP NFL MVP
Super Bowl MVP
Won the Super Bowl
NFL record
Led the league
Bold Career high
Year Team Games Passing Rushing Sacked Fumbles
GP GS Record Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A Lng TD Int Rtg Att Yds Y/A Lng TD Sck Yds Fum Lost
2000 NE 1 0 1 3 33.3 6 2.0 6 0 0 42.4 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2001 NE 15 14 11−3 264 413 63.9 2,843 6.9 91 18 12 86.5 36 43 1.2 12 0 41 216 12 1
2002 NE 16 16 9−7 373 601 62.1 3,764 6.3 49 28 14 85.7 42 110 2.6 15 1 31 190 11 5
2003 NE 16 16 14−2 317 527 60.2 3,620 6.9 82 23 12 85.9 42 63 1.5 11 1 32 219 13 5
2004 NE 16 16 14−2 288 474 60.8 3,692 7.8 50 28 14 92.6 43 28 0.7 10 0 26 162 7 5
2005 NE 16 16 10−6 334 530 63.0 4,110 7.8 71 26 14 92.3 27 89 3.3 15 1 26 188 4 3
2006 NE 16 16 12−4 319 516 61.8 3,529 6.8 62 24 12 87.9 49 102 2.1 22 0 26 175 12 4
2007 NE 16 16 16−0 398 578 68.9 4,806 8.3 69 50 8 117.2 37 98 2.6 19 2 21 128 6 4
2008 NE 1 1 1−0 7 11 63.6 76 6.9 26 0 0 83.9 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2009 NE 16 16 10−6 371 565 65.7 4,398 7.8 81 28 13 96.2 29 44 1.5 9 1 16 86 4 2
2010 NE 16 16 14−2 324 492 65.9 3,900 7.9 79 36 4 111.0 31 30 1.0 9 1 25 175 3 1
2011 NE 16 16 13−3 401 611 65.6 5,235 8.6 99 39 12 105.6 43 109 2.5 13 3 32 173 6 2
2012 NE 16 16 12−4 401 637 63.0 4,827 7.6 83 34 8 98.7 23 32 1.4 7 4 27 182 2 0
2013 NE 16 16 12−4 380 628 60.5 4,343 6.9 81 25 11 87.3 32 18 0.6 11 0 40 256 9 3
2014 NE 16 16 12−4 373 582 64.1 4,109 7.1 69 33 9 97.4 36 57 1.6 17 0 21 134 6 3
2015 NE 16 16 12−4 402 624 64.4 4,770 7.6 76 36 7 102.2 34 53 1.6 13 3 38 225 6 2
2016 NE 12 12 11−1 291 432 67.4 3,554 8.2 79 28 2 112.2 28 64 2.3 15 0 15 87 5 0
2017 NE 16 16 13−3 385 581 66.3 4,577 7.9 64 32 8 102.8 25 28 1.1 7 0 35 201 7 3
2018 NE 16 16 11−5 375 570 65.8 4,355 7.6 63 29 11 97.7 23 35 1.5 10 2 21 147 4 2
2019 NE 16 16 12−4 373 613 60.8 4,057 6.6 59 24 8 88.0 26 34 1.3 17 3 27 185 4 1
2020 TB 16 16 11−5 401 610 65.7 4,633 7.6 50 40 12 102.2 30 6 0.2 4 3 21 143 4 1
2021 TB 17 17 13−4 485 719 67.5 5,316 7.4 62 43 12 102.1 28 81 2.9 13 2 22 144 4 3
2022 TB 17 17 8−9 490 733 66.8 4,694 6.4 63 25 9 90.7 29 −1 0.0 2 1 22 160 5 4
Career 335 333 251−82 7,753 12,050 64.3 89,214 7.4 99 649 212 97.2 693 1,123 1.6 22 28 565 3,576 134 54

Tom Brady Playoff Statistics

Year Team Games Passing Rushing Sacked Fumbles
GP GS Record Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A Lng TD Int Rtg Att Yds Y/A Lng TD Sck Yds Fum Lost
2001 NE 3 3 3−0 60 97 61.9 572 5.9 29 1 1 77.3 8 22 2.8 6 1 5 36 1 0
2003 NE 3 3 3−0 75 126 59.5 792 6.3 52 5 2 84.5 12 18 1.5 12 0 0 0 0 0
2004 NE 3 3 3−0 55 81 67.9 587 7.2 60 5 0 109.4 7 3 0.4 3 1 7 57 1 1
2005 NE 2 2 1−1 35 63 55.6 542 8.6 73 4 2 92.2 3 8 2.7 7 0 4 12 2 0
2006 NE 3 3 2−1 70 119 58.8 724 6.1 49 5 4 76.5 8 18 2.3 12 0 4 22 2 0
2007 NE 3 3 2−1 77 109 70.6 737 6.8 53 6 3 96.0 4 −1 −0.3 2 0 8 52 1 1
2009 NE 1 1 0−1 23 42 54.8 154 3.7 24 2 3 49.1 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 22 1 1
2010 NE 1 1 0−1 29 45 64.4 299 6.6 37 2 1 89.0 2 2 1.0 3 0 5 40 1 0
2011 NE 3 3 2−1 75 111 67.6 878 7.9 61 8 4 100.4 9 10 1.1 4 1 3 15 0 0
2012 NE 2 2 1−1 54 94 57.4 664 7.1 47 4 2 84.7 3 4 1.3 3 0 1 9 0 0
2013 NE 2 2 1−1 37 63 58.7 475 7.5 53 1 0 87.7 3 6 2.0 8 1 4 34 1 0
2014 NE 3 3 3−0 93 135 68.9 921 6.8 46 10 4 100.3 11 10 0.9 9 1 4 24 0 0
2015 NE 2 2 1−1 55 98 56.1 612 6.2 42 3 2 76.6 9 19 2.1 11 1 4 18 0 0
2016 NE 3 3 3−0 93 142 65.5 1,137 8.0 48 7 3 97.7 9 13 1.4 15 0 9 42 0 0
2017 NE 3 3 2−1 89 139 64.0 1,132 8.1 50 8 0 108.6 7 8 1.1 6 0 4 17 1 1
2018 NE 3 3 3−0 85 125 68.0 953 7.6 35 2 3 85.9 5 −4 −0.8 0 0 1 9 1 0
2019 NE 1 1 0−1 20 37 54.1 209 5.6 29 0 1 59.4 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2020 TB 4 4 4−0 81 138 58.7 1,061 7.7 52 10 3 98.1 13 −3 −0.2 2 1 6 37 2 0
2021 TB 2 2 1−1 59 91 64.8 600 6.6 55 3 1 90.0 1 0 0.0 0 0 7 49 1 1
2022 TB 1 1 0−1 35 66 53.0 351 5.3 30 2 1 72.2 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 17 1 0
Career 48 48 35−13 1,200 1,921 62.5 13,400 7.0 73 88 40 89.8 114 133 1.2 15 7 81 512 16 5

Tom Brady Facts you might not know

  1. Longevity and Success: Tom Brady is widely regarded as one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. He has played in the league for over two decades and has achieved remarkable success throughout his career.
  2. Super Bowl Titles: Brady holds the record for the most Super Bowl victories by a player, with a total of seven championships to his name. He won six Super Bowls with the New England Patriots and one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  3. Multiple MVP Awards: Brady has been named the NFL Most Valuable Player (MVP) three times in his career (2007, 2010, 2017), recognizing his exceptional performance and impact on the game.
  4. Late Draft Pick: Brady was selected in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft, being the 199th overall pick. This makes his rise to greatness even more remarkable, as he was not highly touted coming out of college.
  5. Patriots’ Career: Brady spent the first 20 seasons of his NFL career with the New England Patriots. During this time, he formed a legendary partnership with head coach Bill Belichick and achieved incredible success, winning multiple Super Bowls.
  6. Move to the Buccaneers: In 2020, Brady joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after leaving the Patriots. In his first season with the team, he led them to Super Bowl LV victory, becoming the first player in NFL history to win a Super Bowl in three different decades.
  7. Age-Defying Performance: Brady has consistently performed at a high level well into his 40s, defying conventional expectations for football players’ longevity. He has attributed his success to a strict diet, rigorous training, and a strong work ethic.
  8. Passing Records: Brady holds numerous NFL passing records, including career passing yards, career touchdown passes, and career completions. He continues to add to his already impressive statistical achievements.
  9. All-Pro Selections: Brady has been selected as a First Team All-Pro three times (2007, 2010, 2017) and has been named to the Pro Bowl numerous times throughout his career.
  10. Philanthropy: Brady is involved in various charitable endeavors. He has established the Tom Brady Foundation, which supports causes related to underprivileged children, and has contributed to numerous charitable initiatives throughout his career.
  11. In 2023 Tom Brady Announced that he will begin a Fox Broadcasting Job in 2024, as a lead analyst in a deal worth up to $200M
  12. Tom Brady agreed to purchase a minority stake in the Las Vegas Raiders
  13. On October 2nd 2023 Brady was officially approved as an owner of the WNBA Las Vegas Aces. A few weeks later on October 18th Tom Brady became a championship team owner when the Aces won their second consecutive WNBA Finals.
Thomas Nielsen

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