Drew Brees made NFL history yet again, this time passing Peyton Manning for most career touchdown passes in the NFL.

The accomplishment came on Monday Night Football, and was fittingly against the Indianapolis Colts, a team Manning spent most of his career with. The record-breaking touchdown came in the New Orleans Saints’ 34-7 win over the Colts.

Brees needed three touchdown passes to break Manning’s record of 539 career touchdown strikes. Brees tied that total in the second quarter, with a 21-yard passing score to Tre’Quan Smith to take a 17-0 lead. His record-breaking throw came in the third quarter on a 5-yard pass to Josh Hill.

Now, Brees owns the record with 541 after finishing the night with four touchdown passes. He ended the game completing 29-of-30 passes for 307 yards.

But Brees may not hold on to that record for much longer. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady isn’t far behind, owning 538 career touchdown passes in his career. We could be on our way to seeing the record bounce back and forth between Brees and Brady over the next few weeks.

For right now, though, Brady was very congratulatory of Brees, showing the Saints quarterback some respect in a tweet. Brady also let Brees know that he’s coming for the record.

It should be fun to see if Brees’ new record fuels Brady to play even better with the season winding down.

Last season, Brees past Manning for most career passing yards in NFL history. Even after two decades in the league, the former Boilermaker continues to rewrite the history books.