Tom Brady already has the all-time passing touchdowns record, but he also became the 1st quarterback to get to 600 touchdown passes.

His 600th TD pass came on Sunday against the Chicago Bears and it gave the Bucs a 21-0 lead going into the 2nd quarter.

On 3rd-and-7 from the 9-yard-line, Brady hit Mike Evans on a slant for the touchdown to set that all-time mark.

Brady is having another stellar season as age is just a number to him. Coming into this contest, Brady had a tad over 2,000 yards passing with 15 touchdowns to 3 interceptions. He also already has 3 games of at least 4 touchdown passes, with 2 of those being 5 touchdown games.

The Bucs are looking to get to 6-1 after this game as they’ll have a matchup with NFC South rival New Orleans next Sunday on Halloween.

Can Brady get to over 600 TD passes by the end of this one?