Neat Milestone For Tom Brady

January 11th, 2021

Lost in all the celebration of the Bucs’ first playoff win Saturday night since January 2003, was an under-the-radar Bucs record set by park-violating, home-invading, NFLPA-ignoring, down-forgetting, handshake-stiffing, jet-ski-losing, biscuit-baking quarterback Tom Brady.

In just his first Tampa Bay playoff appearance, at the age of 43, Brady shattered the team record for passing yards in a postseason game.

His 381 yards passing over Washington on Saturday easily could have been over 400 yards but for all of the drops.

In January 2003 when the Bucs closed down “The Vet,” Brad Johnson threw for 259 yards. The next week, Johnson would record his current No. 3-most Bucs passing yards in a postseason game by throwing for 215.

Joe doesn’t know if Joe will ever see a Bucs quarterback break Brady’s record. But Joe sure as heck would love to see it broken.

Hey, who knows, maybe Brady will go nuclear on the slimy Saints on Sunday?

14 Responses to “Neat Milestone For Tom Brady”

  1. Colin in Canada Says:

    The Saints wont win the third game. Go Bucs!

  2. LargoBuc Says:

    Saints fans are already discussing who they would rather play in the NFC championship. I hope the Saints players are feeling that cocky. Let them look right past us and get beat down.

  3. Sport Says:

    This has been a crazy fun year. I am glad to see our winning ways have cleansed JBF of the loser, whining ways of El pessimisto and lost dog.

    I don’t care a bit about the types of records listed in the article, never will. I do care about playing our best, because we will have to play 4 quarters of Buc Ball to beat the Saints.

    There is no margin for error.

    Go Bucs!

    In BA I Trust!

  4. firethecannons Says:

    Just play all out but focused, stop playing PREVENT DEFENSE.
    If we are losing bad then take out all aggressions on their players. Go for it stop zone coverage–more press man. Show the players rewind of our las loss to New Orleans and ask them what happened.

  5. Alan Collingwood Says:

    Ain’t NO WAY Brady is losing to the same team three times in one season

  6. '79 Defense Says:

    I love how Brady is asking who we want them to play and then says “I think I know.” I could be wrong but it’s like he’s saying “LFG, I want the Saints again right now.”

    It will be tough to get past the Saints, but if they can do it, man…

    If nothing else, I love that Tom Brady has a playoff win with the Bucs!

  7. PolkFan Says:

    Joe if you watched the Browns/Steelers game how did it feel seeing MJ Stewart go out there and make some plays on the ball we haven’t seen from our dbz lately

  8. August 1976 Buc Says:

    Protect Brady, and they compete, if they do not protect Brady, it will be a painful game to see. Simple as that. Time to man up, no excuses. Win or go home. GO BUCS!!!

  9. Clean House Says:

    What’s the story with Cappa? Why did the world class sports scientist and trainers let him run into the locker room after he hurt himself?

  10. geno711 Says:


    Well if it is a non displaced fracture, it is not a shock that the trainers would not know the extent of the injury until diagnostics were completed.

    Then it was up to Cappa by his own pain threshold to decide whether he could walk or run or just get taken to the locker room.

  11. Pa Privateer Says:

    I live in NW PA, me whole family is Browns Fans. Steeler fans here all said the right words like, “we need to be ready”, but no Steeler fan though it possible they would lose. My steeler Fiance and her family watched in horror as the Browns showed they belonged in the Playoffs. Brutally physical game for the Steeler players, and one difference in the game was the fact that the Browns coaches were more unpredictable with play calling.

    I feel the Bucs can easily win the play calling gets switched up.

  12. PSL Bob Says:

    This to me is the kind of game I’m comfortable with. If the Bucs lose, no big deal, because that meets everyone’s expectations. We brush our hands and say, hey, it was a great season, can’t wait till next year. Now, had they lost to the WFT, we’d be wringing our hands, wondering what the hell happened, who should be fired, etc.

  13. 813bucboi Says:


    great work brady…thats why he’s here…

    GO BUCS!!!!

  14. Court XXXVII Says:

    PSL, totally agree. Was saying the very same thing this morning. Facing the Saints once again is LESS STRESSFUL, truly, than fearing a Buccaneer-esque loss to a lesser opponent, like the WFT. The Saints are truly a formidable team, and, love ’em or hate e’m, one of the best. If we play our best game and still lose, I will still close out the season feeling super proud.

    What I will hate, though, if it comes to pass, is if the Saints play in the Super Bowl on our own turf. Jameis’ presence there, inactive or not, will slay me in the gut.