BUCS quarterback Tom Brady can break another long-standing NFL record this weekend in Germany.
The 45-year-old Tampa Bay superstar is aiming for back-to-back wins after leading a dramatic winning streak against the LA Rams last weekend.
Brady became the first player in NFL history to reach 100,000 career passing yards during an exciting 16-13 win.
His epic winning streak was the 55th of his career and ended with a one-yard touchdown over Cade Otton seconds from the end of the game.
Brady could be set for another milestone in Munich, with his sights firmly set on a record held by Packers veteran Aaron Rodgers since 2018.
The seven-time Super Bowl winner is currently on a streak of 373 consecutive pass attempts without an interception.
In 2018, Rodgers set the current NFL record with 402, surpassing the mark Brady himself set seven years earlier.
Should Brady complete 40 passes without throwing an INT against Seattle, he will take back the record.
His last interception came on September 11, the first game of the season, against the Dallas Cowboys.
The GOAT also aims to become the first quarterback in history to start and win a game in the United States, England, Mexico and Germany.
There were reportedly 3 million ticket requests for the 67,000 seats available at the Allianz Arena.
And Brady can’t wait to be part of the first-ever NFL game on German soil.
He said to his ‘Let’s Go!’ Podcast: “I mean the chance to go to another country, to play a sport that I love.
“I heard there are 3 million ticket requests for 67,000 seats so the place is going to rock.
“If it’s the way I see it in this German Bundesliga [soccer] Games, this will be one of the most epic games we’ve ever played.”
Brady’s incredible late heroics against the Rams have kept the Bucs’ playoff hopes alive.
But Tampa Bay (4-5) still goes into the crunch game against the Seahawks (6-3) as a slight underdog.
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