Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is regarded by many as the greatest to ever play the position, and he continues to shatter records and hit new milestones with each passing week.
Thursday’s game against the Colts featured Brady doing exactly that, when he threw his 500th career touchdown pass.
It happened in the fourth quarter of the game. He threw a beautiful pass to Josh Gordon in the end zone. There were two Colts defenders in the vicinity, but Brady threw it where only Gordon could high-point the football and haul it in.
Brady is now the third quarterback to throw 500 touchdown passes in his career.
It’s incredible what Brady can do on the field—and how much better he makes his teammates—even at 41 years of age.