There are only three quarterbacks in history to beat every NFL team and Tom Brady isn’t on the list, yet.
Brett Favre, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees are the only ones that have recorded at least one win against all 32 teams. Favre beat the Packers in 2007 as a Viking, Manning beat the Colts in 2014 while on the Broncos, and Brees beat the Saints in 2004 with the Chargers. These wins are significant since they each needed to play for a different organization than the one we generally remember them with to secure the win.
So, what is the only team Brady hasn’t beat? You guessed it: The New England Patriots. However, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers face off against Brady’s former team this season where he will get the chance to solidify his spot on this exclusive list.
Brady left the Patriots to sign a two-year deal with Tampa Bay and ultimately led the organization to its second Super Bowl title after blowing over the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9. Brady’s return to Gillette Stadium feels that much more important after coming home with another Lombardi.
In what could be the most anticipated regular season game since Favre’s return to Lambeau in 2009, football fans should be prepared to be emotional.
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