Tom Brady continues to etch his name into the record books. The Patriots star quarterback guided New England past the Jets on Sunday to record his 200th career win, tying Peyton Manning for the most wins — regular season and playoffs combined — by a quarterback in NFL history.
Brady rallied the Patriots, like he’s done so often during his illustrious career, throwing an 8-yard touchdown to Malcolm Mitchell with 1:56 left to lift New England to a 22-17 win.
Bardy’s wife, Gisele Bundchen, congratulated her husband on the accomplishment.
Brady also inched closer to two other Manning marks. He has 39 fourth-quarter comebacks, seven shy of Manning’s all-time record. Brady is also seven shy of Manning’s 56 game-winning drives after his heroics Sunday.
Brady finished 30-of-50 for 286 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions, helping the Patriots improve to 9-2. Brady can break the tie with Manning next Sunday at home against the Rams.