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Published: Aug. 2, 2018 at 09:58 p.m.

Mind-Boggling Stats: Tom Brady turns 41

It is not difficult to make the argument that Tom Brady is the greatest NFL quarterback of all time. Tom Brady is the greatest NFL quarterback of all time. In celebration of his 41st birthday, check out what the GOAT has achieved throughout his prolific career with the New England Patriots.

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  • Brady holds the records for the most Super Bowl titles among NFL quarterbacks with five. 9

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    Most Super Bowl Titles

    Brady holds the records for the most Super Bowl titles among NFL quarterbacks with five.

  • With three NFL Most Valuable Player Awards, Brady is tied for second among quarterbacks for total MVP honors. 8

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    MVP

    With three NFL Most Valuable Player Awards, Brady is tied for second among quarterbacks for total MVP honors.

  • Brady is older than four current head coaches: Rams head coach Sean McVay (32 years, 191 days), 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan (38 years, 233 days), Bears head coach Matt Nagy (40 years, 101 days) and Dolphins head coach Adam Gase (40 years, 127 days). 7

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    Older than Head Coaches

    Brady is older than four current head coaches: Rams head coach Sean McVay (32 years, 191 days), 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan (38 years, 233 days), Bears head coach Matt Nagy (40 years, 101 days) and Dolphins head coach Adam Gase (40 years, 127 days).

  • Vinny Testaverde holds the NFL record for most passing attempts after turning 41 years old with 513, but Brady surpassed that with 581 pass attempts at 40 years old, meaning he could likely take over the record this season. 6

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    Close to Another Record

    Vinny Testaverde holds the NFL record for most passing attempts after turning 41 years old with 513, but Brady surpassed that with 581 pass attempts at 40 years old, meaning he could likely take over the record this season.

  • Only one non-kicker in NFL history has made a Pro Bowl appearance after turning 41 years old: Warren Moon. Moon's appearance for the 1997 season earned him the honor of being the oldest non-kicker Pro Bowler, but Brady would take over the honor with his next appearance. 5

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    Close to the Record

    Only one non-kicker in NFL history has made a Pro Bowl appearance after turning 41 years old: Warren Moon. Moon's appearance for the 1997 season earned him the honor of being the oldest non-kicker Pro Bowler, but Brady would take over the honor with his next appearance.

  • Brady holds the record among quarterbacks for the most regular season wins with a whopping 196. 4

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    Raking in Wins

    Brady holds the record among quarterbacks for the most regular season wins with a whopping 196.

  • Only four active players on current rosters are older than Brady: Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri (45 years, 218 days), Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson (43 years, 192 days), Falcons kicker Matt Bryant (43 years, 66 days) and Texans punter Shane Lechler (41 years, 361 days). 3

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    Among the Oldest Players

    Only four active players on current rosters are older than Brady: Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri (45 years, 218 days), Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson (43 years, 192 days), Falcons kicker Matt Bryant (43 years, 66 days) and Texans punter Shane Lechler (41 years, 361 days).

  • Brady is currently tied with Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre at 13 for the most wins by a starting quarterback after turning 40. 2

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    Tied for Most Wins

    Brady is currently tied with Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre at 13 for the most wins by a starting quarterback after turning 40.

  • Brady also holds the record among quarterbacks for the most playoff wins with 27. 1

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    Postseason Greatness

    Brady also holds the record among quarterbacks for the most playoff wins with 27.