New England Patriots Tom Brady added to his legendary NFL history when he became the winningest quarterback in NFL history last Sunday when the Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 26-10. With that win, Brady has now combined 201 wins in both the regular season and playoffs, surpassing Gold Jacket Brett Favre (199) and Peyton Manning (200) who will be eligible for the Hall in 2021.
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The Pro Football Hall of Fame, with the largest and most exclusive collection of NFL history, EXCLUSIVELY received today Brady’s football from his all-time record of 201 wins and his record setting jersey Brady wore in Week 12 against the New York Jets, when he surpassed 60,000 yards career passing during the Patriots 22-17 win over Jets at MetLife Stadium.
Fans who come to Canton can see and take a photo with this history at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Today Gallery, in addition to visiting the award-winning Game for Life and Hunt Casterline Card Collection.
Brady’s hard work, dedication is a true testament of his desire to win and to be the best of all-time. He’s defeated every team in the NFL except for the Patriots. He’s a true leader, who embodies the Core Values of the Pro Football Hall of Fame: Commitment, Integrity, Courage, Respect and Excellence.