Tom Brady Passing Yards

Tom Brady Passing Yards

Seven-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady has redefined the role of a quarterback throughout his NFL career. Brady enjoyed 20 seasons as a New England Patriots player and won six out of his seven Super Bowls with them. He was traded to the Buccaneers in 2020 and led them to a Super Bowl victory too. Among the many records set by Brady, he holds the record for the most combined passing yards in the league. Here is a look at the passing statistics for Brady.

How many passing yards Does Tom Brady have?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is one of the most scintillating players in the National Football League. After 22 seasons in the NFL Brady is set to feature for his 23rd season as a quarterback. Brady has amassed 84,520 passing yards in the regular season and 13,049 passing yards in the postseason. His passing yards in the regular season is the most career passing yards by one quarterback. He also holds the record for the most passing yards by an NFL quarterback with one team (74,571 yards with the Patriots).

Brady’s postseason passing yards record of 13,049 yards is also the highest among NFL quarterbacks. He also recorded the most number of passing yards in a single postseason game (505 yards in Super Bowl LII). With 3039 passing yards, Brady is also the leader in passing yards in the Super Bowl. The clutch quarterback has an amazing presence of mind in the game and rarely lets a pass go waste. These are some of the qualities that have helped Brady accumulate passing yards and he looks to add to it with a return from his 40-day retirement in February 2022.

What are Tom Brady's average yards per pass?

Currently, Brady has an average of 7 or more passing yards per pass across regular season and postseason games. Here is a look at Brady’s average yards per pass as of the 2021 NFL season.

Yards per passing attempt
Regular Season7.5
Playoffs 7.0
Super Bowl7.2

*These statistics are taking into consideration the average yards per pass throughout all the seasons he has played.

Where does Tom Brady rank in all time passing yards?

Brady created history on October 3rd, 2021 against his old team the New England Patriots. Brady crossed Drew Brees to take the leading position in all-time passing yards by an NFL quarterback. He became the NFL's all-time passing yards leader after making a wonderful pass to wide receiver Mike Evans in the first quarter of the game. Here are the top ten passing yards leaders in NFL history:

Rank Name Yards

1 Tom Brady 84,520

2 Drew Brees 80,358

3 Peyton Manning 71,940

4 Brett Favre 71,838

5 Ben Roethlisberger 64,088

6 Philip Rivers 63,440

7 Dan Marino 61,361

8 Matt Ryan 59,735

9 Eli Manning 57,023

10 Aaron Rodgers 55,360