Tom Brady adds another first-ever NFL accomplishment during game in Germany
Tom Brady scored a TD in Germany, adding another first-ever NFL record to his resume in the process.
In an attempt to bring American football to other countries, Germany is hosting one of two regular season games played in Europe in 2022. The International Series will play three games in England, Germany, and another in Mexico City this year.
At the 40-yard line, Brady let go of a pass to a wide-open Julio Jones, who then took it to the house for Tampa Bay. With that pass, Tom Brady became the first player to throw a TD in Germany, another first-ever accomplishment in the storied QB’s career.
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It’s the second award in as many weeks for the superstar QB. It was just last week Brady became the first player in NFL history with 100,000 career passing yards, including the playoffs while throwing for 280 yards in the win over the Rams.
It’s another stellar year for the former Michigan Wolverine, his 23rd in the NFL. The QB is a 7-time Super Bowl champion, 15-time Pro Bowler, and a 5-time NFL passing touchdown leader.