On Sunday night, he added yet another.
In Super Bowl LI, Brady became the first quarterback to win five rings while leading the largest comeback in Super Bowl history. That also makes Brady the first QB in NFL history to have three fourth-quarter Super Bowl comebacks.
Before Sunday night, the most completions in a championship game was 37 in Super Bowl 49. Brady broke his own record with 43 against the Falcons.
Then he took down Kurt Warner’s record of 414 passing yards in Super Bowl 34 with 466 yards in the first overtime game in Super Bowl history.
Here’s where his Super Bowl records stand now:
Tom Brady Super Bowl Records
|Most passes completed, career||235|
|Most passes completed, game||43 (Super Bowl LI)|
|Most pass attempts, career||357|
|Most pass attempts, game||62|
|Most consecutive completions, game||16 (Super Bowl XLVI)|
|Most passing yards, career||2576|
|Most passing yards, game||505 (Super Bowl LII)|
|Most touchdown passes, career||18|
|Most attempts without an interception, game||48|
|Most games played||8|
|Most titles by a quarterback||5|
|Most 4th quarter comebacks||3|
|Most Super Bowl MVPs||4|
|Most 300-yard passing games||4|
The Patriots didn’t get the win, but Brady did cement his legacy a little more in Super Bowl LII.