The 45- time-old came the most sacked quarterback in NFL history during the Tampa Bay rovers' 27- 22 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday Night Football.
Brady was sacked doubly late in the first half to originally tie and also break the record preliminarily held by Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
In fact, it's hardly surprising that Brady is the most sacked quarterback in NFL history since he is been in the league for further than two decades, and that does little to undermine his amazing heritage in the sport.
Maybe indeed more concerning for the seven- time Super Bowl champion is that the Bucs have now lost three games in a row, the first time in Brady's fabled career since 2002.
It marks a new low in a delicate season for both Brady and the rovers.
" I do not suppose you can abolish what happed the last eight weeks," a frustrated Brady, who threw for a touchdown in the loss, told journalists after the game.
" We've to dig deep, see what we're doing, come to work, try to ameliorate and give ourselves a better chance to win."
Despite a agony season since coming out of withdrawal in March, Brady reaffirmed his commitment to the Bucs amid rumors that a alternate withdrawal was imminent.
His performance on the field, still, hasn't been what we would anticipate from the topmost quarterback of all time, but he is not been helped by his platoon.
Between floundering connections with his obnoxious munitions, a pervious obnoxious line and a shaky handling game, problems are mounting for the ballot.
They led 10- 3 late in the first half Thursday, but the Ravens took control in the alternate half.