Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarter-back Tom Brady earned another chapter in the history books by throwing his 600th touchdown pass against the Chicago Bears on Sunday.
With the Buccaneers 14-0 up in the dying embers of the first quarter, Brady threw for Mike Evans's touchdown to help his side on their way to a romping 38-3 success.
In doing so, Brady chalked up a historic 600 touchdown passes in his NFL career, with his throw for Evans representing his second of four on the day as he ended the weekend with 602 touchdown passes to his name.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion has now become the first quarterback in history to reach that landmark, nearly 20 years to the day that he recorded his maiden touchdown pass against the Los Angeles Chargers in October 2001.
Brady also has two more records in sight ahead of the Bucs' next clash versus the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, with the 44-year-old eyeing his 98th game with three-plus touchdown passes and his 38th with at least four, which would see him surpass both records held by Drew Bees.