Tom Brady Wins Record 15th Pro Bowl Appearance

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady continues to be a thorn in the side of Hall of Fame Peyton Manning years after the latter retired from professional football.

On Monday, the NFL announced some of its Pro Bowl selections two days before the teams themselves were fully nominated to the public.

In what cannot be considered too much of a surprise, Tom Terrific won his record 15th appearance in the otherwise meaningless exhibition match.

“On Monday, two days before the full AFC and NFC rosters were revealed, the NFL revealed the names of five players who were voted for the 2022 Pro Bowl. One of those five was Tom Brady, who is now the 15-time first all-star in league history, ”the Bucs announced via their official website. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback was tied for first place all-time in the Pro Bowl with four other players, all of whom are now in the Hall of Fame: tight end Tony Gonzalez, quarterback Peyton Manning, offensive lineman Bruce Matthews and defensive tackle. Merlin Olsen.

As noted in the press release, Brady outshines Peyton Manning, Tony Gonzalez, Bruce Matthews and Merlin Olsen – all of whom are in the Hall of Fame after winning 14 Pro Bowl appearances.

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Tom Brady continues to make history

December 12, 2021; Tampa, Florida, United States; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) throws a second-half assist against the Buffalo Bills at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

Even after seeing his Saints shutout from the Buccaneers on Sunday night, Tom Brady continues to receive high praise in the NFL.

It was earlier in December that Brady beat Drew Brees for the most goals in NFL history. He already has the record for most passing yards and passing touchdowns. In the playoffs included, Brady is also the first quarterback in league history with 700 passing touchdowns.

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None of that counts for a record seven Super Bowl titles, including helping his Buccaneers hoist the Lombardi in his debut season with the team last year.

Among the greatest achievements of Brady’s career, winning 15 Pro Bowls will not be compared to the others. However, it does tell us how brilliant this dude was even at the age of 44.

This season alone, Brady leads the league in completed passes (404), attempts (602), passing yards (4,348) and passing touchdowns (36). It seems good.

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