Tom Brady becomes fourth QB to pass for 70,000 yards

Tom Brady hit yet another milestone in his storied, endless career on Sunday afternoon.

The New England Patriots quarterback passed the 70,000-passing yard mark with an 8-yard completion to Rex Burkhead in the third quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Patriots went on to lose the game, 17-10.

Brady needed 141 passing yards in Pittsburgh to reach the milestone. The 41-year-old QB finished with 279 yards, a touchdown and an interception in defeat and exited the game with 70,138 career passing yards.

TB12 joins elite company atop Mount Quarterback in passing for over 70,000 yards: Drew Brees (73,908 passing yards), Peyton Manning (71,940), Brett Favre (71,838).

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