Yesterday, against loud mouth coach Rex Ryan and the Bills, New England Patriot’s Tom Brady made NFL history, according to ESPN Stats, as the first quarterback to throw for 450 yards, attempt 55 passes, and throw for three touchdowns with no interceptions. Go Pats!
Here are some historical statistics from the win, as the Patriots improve to 2-0.
466 passing yards: Brady’s total was the most passing yards ever against the Buffalo Bills, via The Buffalo News’ Tim Graham. He threw for the 2nd-most yards in a game in his career, via ESPN Stats & Info.
24 wins: Brady recorded his 24th win over the Bills, the second-most wins against a single team since the merger, via The Boston Globe.
59 pass attempts:Brady threw the second-most passes in his career, according to The Boston Globe’s Ben Volin. It was the sixth-most in NFL history.
15 rush attempts: The Patriots rushed the ball 15 times against the Bills, fewer than half of Brady’s 38 completions.
Three touchdown passes: Tom Brady has 399 career touchdowns.
Zero interceptions: Tom Brady has not thrown an interception during the 2015 season.
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