With 44 comebacks, the Tampa Bay quarterback leads the QB that has overcome an adverse score the most times in the fourth quarter, after breaking a tie with Peyton Manning
Carlos Horta Martinez
Tom Brady, quarterback of the Buccaneers Tampa Bayincreased his legend, after guiding his team to a thirteen-point comeback in the last three minutes of the game against the New Orleans Saints, whom they beat 17-16, to close Week 13 of the nfl.
The 45-year-old seven-time Super Bowl winner threw for a pair of touchdowns to help the Tampa Bay Buccaneers rally from a 13-point deficit and bolster their lead in the weak NFC South.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to rookie Cade Otton to finish a 91-yard drive to pull his team within 16-10 with exactly three minutes left in the game. He got the ball back with 2:29 to go and got the win with three seconds left with a 6-yard throw to another rookie, Rachaad White.
Brady added his 44th comeback in the fourth quarter, breaking a tie with Peyton Manning for the most in league history. nfl.
Tom Brady had only come back from such a deep deficit in the 2017 Super Bowl when the New England Patriots went from losing 28-3 in the fourth quarter to beating the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 after coming from 19 points to score. his fifth championship ring with the New England Patriots.
In the regular season, this is the first time the quarterback has won after trailing by 13 points or more in the fourth quarter.
A month ago, Brady became the first player in the history of the nfl who surpassed 100,000 passing yards in the regular season and ‘playoffs’. In his 23 years in the NFL, he is also the player with the most appearances in the Super Bowl (10) and the most rings won (7), and the one who has been chosen as Most Valuable Player (5). He also leads, among others, the rankings of players with the most touchdown passes in the regular season, the most completions, the most regular season wins on the road and at home…
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Tom Brady 44 (2000-2022)
Peyton Manning43 (1998-2015)
Ben Roethlisberger 41 (2004-2021)
Matt Ryan 38 (2008-2022)
Drew Brees 36 (2001-2020)
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Tom Brady breaks new NFL record at age 45