As Tom Brady continues to play more games, he gets closer and closer to tying and breaking NFL records.

During Sunday’s contest against the Chicago Bears, Brady threw for 4 touchdown passes for the 37th time, which tied Drew Brees for the most all-time.

This also comes after Brady threw his 600th career touchdown pass in the 1st quarter to Mike Evans as he extended that all-time record.

It was a dominant performance from the Bucs as they completely shut down Justin Fields & the Bears to win 38-3. The win gets them to 6-1 going into their matchup next Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.

Brady finished with 211 yards and those 4 touchdown passes on 20-for-36 completions.

Mike Evans caught 3 of Brady’s 4 TD passes and also finished with 76 yards receiving on 6 catches. Chris Godwin caught the other pass and finished with 111 yards receiving on 8 catches.

Brady has also now won 11 straight starts over rookie quarterbacks, which is tied for the 2nd longest all-time since the stat started to be tracked in 1950.