How Many Career TD Passes Does Tom Brady Have?
Tom Brady has been one of the most successful quarterbacks in NFL history. His level of success is evidenced by the total number of touchdowns (TD) passes he has thrown over the course of his career – an impressive 581.
Tom Brady began his career with the New England Patriots in 2000 and is still playing as of 2020. During this time, he has thrown 581 TD passes with a completion percentage of 63.8. He was a 14-time Pro Bowl selection and a three-time MVP, and he led the Patriots to six Super Bowl titles, the most of any QB in NFL history.
Regular Season TDs
Brady’s 581 career TD passes is the fourth-most in NFL history and the most in the regular season, surpassing Peyton Manning (539). The other two players ahead of him are Brett Favre (638) and Drew Brees (635).
In addition to his regular season TDs, Tom Brady has thrown 73 TD passes in the playoffs, a record that is unrivaled. His 73 TD passes in the playoffs are the most of any QB in NFL history.
Throughout his career, Brady has had the pleasure of throwing to many outstanding receivers. Here are some of the notable TD recipients:
- Randy Moss: Brady and Moss connected for 50 TD passes, tying the NFL record for most TD passes between a QB-receiver duo.
- Rob Gronkowski: Tom and Gronk connected for a total of 76 TD passes, the most for any QB-receiver duo in NFL history.
- Wes Welker: Brady threw a total of 56 TD passes to Welker, the second-most of any QB-receiver duo in NFL history.
At 43 years old, Tom Brady is still going strong and is showing no signs of slowing down. He shows no signs of not being able to add to his 581 career TDs and his 73 career playoff TDs. Brady is one of the greatest QBs of all time and will likely end up as the all-time career TD passes leader in NFL history.