Tom Brady ties Brett Favre for most career TDs with one team

Tom Brady is one touchdown shy of passing Brett Favre for the most all time with one team, including the playoffs.

Tom Brady trails Peyton Manning by 111 touchdown passes for most all time, but he does have him beat on another list. With his lone touchdown pass against the New York Jets on Sunday, Brady tied Brett Favre for the most career touchdowns with one team (481), including the playoffs.

Brady has 428 career touchdown passes in the regular season, but his postseason track record is well-documented. He’s tossed 53 touchdowns in the playoffs, and he’ll get a chance to add to that total in the coming weeks. The Patriots have already locked up a first-round bye, but they have yet to clinch home-field advantage.

Brady trails Favre by 80 touchdown passes on the all-time list, excluding the postseason. It’s a mark he can certainly reach, especially if he plays for another decade like he hopes to. After all, he’s showed no signs of slowing down in recent years.

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