Tom Brady throws 600th touchdown – weird negotiations with a fan
Munich The quarterback reached another milestone in his career with a 38-3 win over the Chicago Bears. No other player has made 600 touchdown passes before Brady.
Star quarterback Tom Brady scored his 600th NFL goal on Sunday night, breaking the next historic sound barrier. The 44-year-old led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 38-3 lead at the Chicago Bears. It was the sixth win in the seventh game of the season for the seven-time Super Bowl champion team.
Brady threw a total of four touchdowns in Chicago, including three to wide receiver Mike Evans. “I’m very happy to have played with so many great players and teammates over the years,” he said. “Nothing in this sport is single.”
Brady made the Jubilee pass shortly before the end of the first quarter to make the score 21-0. However, Evans knew nothing of the symbolic meaning of the ball and gave it to a fan in the stands. “It was what I wanted,” Brady said.
He obtained it after short negotiations with the viewer. In exchange for the historical football, the fan received another ball and a T-shirt. In addition to Brady, only three other players have scored more than 500 touchdowns, at Drew Bryce (571), Peyton Manning (539), and Brett Favre (508).
Quarterback star Patrick Mahomes suffered a major shock defeat with the Kansas City Chiefs. The 26-year-old had not touched down at 3:27 against the Tennessee Titans and had to leave the field in a daze after a heavy collision shortly before the end of the game. It was the fourth defeat for Chiefs.
The Arizona Cardinals remained undefeated in their seventh game. Quarterback Killer Murray beat the Houston Texans by 31:5. German-American wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown and the Detroit Lions await their first win after 19:28 at the Los Angeles Rams.