What are Tom Brady's career stats and highlights?
There is no other NFL player who has ever appeared in or won more Super Bowls than Tom Brady. Take a look at the MVP QB's career stats and highlights.
Tom Brady, the 44-year-old quarterback who has been stirring up some heat about his retirement, has had an extraordinary career run in the past 22 NFL seasons. Whether he continues his career till he’s 45, or announces his retirement in the very near future does not change his career stats up to this year, as his season’s already ended after last week’s Bucs’ loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
Nicknamed the G.O.A.T., Brady was selected by the New England Patriots in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft, 199th overall, and in only his second NFL season with the franchise, he took over as the full-time starter.
From that point on, Brady fueled his Hall of Fame career for 20 years with New England.
As the Patriots’ primary starter for 18 seasons, Brady led New England to 17 division titles (including 11 consecutive from 2009 to 2019), 13 AFC Championship Games (including eight consecutive from 2011 to 2018), nine Super Bowl appearances, and six Super Bowl titles, all NFL records for a player and franchise.
In the spring of 2020, Brady moved to Tampa Bay and extended his individual records to 10 Super Bowl appearances, and seven victories after leading the Buccaneers Super Bowl LV. And since then, he’s continued to make history.
How many career wins does Tom Brady have?
Brady has a total of 35 playoff wins, the most in the NFL.
Brady's career stats
The 44-year-old is now not just a seven-time Super Bowl champion, but he’s also a three-time NFL MVP, five-time Super Bowl MVP, two-time NFL Offensive Player of the Year, three-time first-team All-Pro honoree, three-time second-team All-Pro, 15-time Pro Bowler and 2009 Comeback Player of the Year winner.
If this isn’t enough, Brady was also named to the NFL's 2000s All-Decade Team, the 2010s All-Decade Team and the NFL's 100th Anniversary All-Time Team.
And last but not least, Brady has led the NFL in TD passes five times (2002, 2007, 2010, 2015, 2021), more than any other player in NFL history.
If the quarterback retires now, he’d be leaving his stellar career as the No. 1 player in completions (7,263), pass attempts (11,317), yards (84,520), pass TDs (624), starts (316), QB wins (243), Pro Bowl nods (15), and Super Bowl MVPs (5).