If everything goes as planned, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will stand alone as the winningest quarterback in NFL history on Sunday afternoon.
Brady is currently tied with NFL legends Peyton Manning and Brett Favre for the all-time lead with 186 regular season victories. With a win over the 3-2 New York Jets on Sunday, Brady will pass up Manning and Favre to take over sole possession of the NFL record for the most career regular season wins.
Brady already holds the career record for total wins (regular season and postseason combined) with 211.
The Patriots are heavily favored (-9.5) against the Jets, meaning it would require a massive upset by New York to keep Brady from making history on Sunday afternoon. Brady beating the Jets would be nothing new, as the four-time Super Bowl MVP has 23 career regular season wins against the Patriots’ AFC East rival.
At his current rate, Brady is going to break several records over the next couple of years. He currently trails Manning by 72 on the career touchdown passes list; he trails Manning by 8,656 career passing yards; and he trails Favre by 923 on the career pass completions list. It is worth pointing out, however, that Brady trails and will continue to face stiff competition from New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees for all three records.
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