The six-time Super Bowl champion moved past Peyton Manning on the NFL all-time passing yardage list and now sits second with 72,757 yards - only New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (74,845) has more.
Brady needed just 18 yards heading into Thursday's game and got them on a 19-yard completion to running back Sony Michel at the 14:20 mark of the first quarter.
The 42-year-old finished Thursday's game completing 31 of his 41 throws for 334 yards with no touchdowns and one interception. Brady also rushed for six yards and two touchdowns on seven carries.
Tom Brady Live Postgame Press Conference: https://t.co/kJQJ3Nvudn— New England Patriots (@Patriots) October 11, 2019
The Patriots remain undefeated in the AFC East after recording their sixth win of the season.