As Tom Brady continues to play, the NFL records also continue to fall — the latest being Peyton Manning’s all-time total passing yards record (regular season and postseason.) On Sunday against the New York Jets, with short pass to rookie RB Sony Michel, the 41-year-old New England Patriots quarterback surpassed 79,280 yards to take over the No. 1 spot.
Tom Brady is now the all time leader in passing yards (regular and postseason). He passes Peyton Manning with 79,280 yards and counting #Records
— The Hall presented by Raytheon (@TheHall) November 25, 2018
Peyton Manning is now in second with 79,279 followed by Drew Brees (77,789) and Brett Favre (77,693). They are the only four quarterbacks with more than 70,000 total passing yards in NFL history.
Patriots Wire, by Tanya Ray Fox