Tom Brady set another Patriots record Sunday
Tom Brady set yet another record for the New England Patriots on Sunday, and he didn't even have to throw a pass to do it.
Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys is Brady's 213th of his career with the Patriots, which is a new franchise record. Taking his first snap moved him past six-time Pro Bowl offensive lineman Bruce Armstrong, who played with the team from 1987-2000.
#Patriots QB Tom Brady has now played in 213 career games with NE, moving past Bruce Armstrong for most games played in team history.— New England Patriots (@Patriots) October 11, 2015
Brady has been on a tear this year and is reaching milestones in the process. Earlier this season, Brady threw the 400th touchdown pass of his career, becoming just the fifth quarterback to eclipse that mark.