Tom Brady Could Chase A Special Milestone In 2023
In every game that he plays, it seems like Tom Brady either breaks a record or gets even closer to a record that he hasn’t yet broken.
Brady’s status with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is currently up in the air, and it’s unknown whether or not he will be back in 2023.
The records that he continues to break are certainly impressive, and he is well on his way to breaking another milestone in 2023, should he choose to return.
Kyle Rudolph became the 98th different player to catch a touchdown from Tom Brady.
Will he come back next season on a new team and reach 100?pic.twitter.com/QHN4EPoH3e
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) January 10, 2023
On Sunday, Kyle Rudolph became the 98th unique player to catch a touchdown pass from Brady.
Brady has thrown 649 touchdowns in his career and has thrown these passes to players of varying calibers.
He’s played with future Hall of Famers, such as Mike Evans, Randy Moss, Rob Gronkowski, and Julian Edelman.
Brady has also thrown touchdowns to players like Matt LaCosse, Heath Evans, and Michael Floyd.
When you play in the league as long as Brady has, there will be players that come and go, catching 40-plus touchdowns from him throughout their career, or simply catching one on a random Sunday, perhaps when star players are injured.
Either way, it must be a great honor to be the recipient of a Brady touchdown pass.
Who will be the next person to catch a touchdown from Brady in the regular season?
With talks of him leaving Tampa Bay in the offseason, the answer to that question remains to be seen.
Either way, Brady is a unicorn-type of player and has exceeded all prior expectations for how long a quarterback can remain dominant in the NFL.