Tom Brady accomplished one of the greatest feats that may never be accomplished again. On Sunday, Brady officially passed the 100,000 career passing yards mark for his career. That number includes the playoffs.

Brady threw for 280 yards in the 16-13 home win over the Los Angeles Rams in Week 9 as he also accounted for a touchdown completing 36-of-58 of his passes. After struggling for much of the game, Brady rallied the Bucs for a late win.

After the game, Brady has thrown for a total of 100,116 yards in his career, ahead of former Purdue quarterback Drew Brees at 85,724, according to Statmuse. The next active player in career passing yards is Indianapolis Colts quarterback Matt Ryan at 64,415, the eighth highest ever.

Brady has thrown for 13,049 passing yards in the playoffs, which is 5,710 yards more than the second-place player in Peyton Manning, according to Statmuse.

Brady is in his 23rd season in the league as he has been selected to 15 Pro Bowls, became a 5-time NFL passing touchdown leader (including last year), and is a 7-time Super Bowl champion.