Tom Brady is still playing at the most elite of elite levels and has shown no signs of slowing down.

Since entering the league after his days in Ann Arbor, Brady has been a terror for the NFL. After his run with the New England Patriots, Brady went south to Tampa Bay and brought home a Super Bowl title in 2020.

Now looking to defend that title, Brady and the Buccaneers are playing in Los Angeles against the Rams on Sunday. LA has proven to be a tough matchup, but Brady has still done enough to get over an incredible career milestone.

During the action, Brady officially went over 80,000 yards passing for his career. That makes him the second QB all-time to eclipse the mark with Drew Brees being the first to do it.

For comparison, Hall of Fame QBs Peyton Manning and Brett Favre finished just shy of 72,000 yards for their careers:

Brady will likely still trail Brees’ all-time mark of 80,358 yards after Sunday’s action. But barring something drastic, Brady is bound to overtake the top spot in the very near future.