Tom Brady continues to hit unreal marks, reaching another career milestone in Sunday’s win for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Despite blowing a big second-half lead, Tampa Bay had a chance to win the game in overtime vs. the Buffalo Bills. Brady produced on that drive with his 2nd touchdown of the game.

That touchdown also went down as No. 700 for Brady’s career. Already the NFL’s all-time leading in career touchdown passes, Brady is now the first player ever to hit 700 touchdowns.

To put that in context, Drew Brees finished his career with 597 at is No. 2 on the all-time list.

Brady finished Sunday’s game 31-for-46 with 363 passing yards and 2 touchdowns. Brady also had a rushing touchdown in the win.