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Tom Brady Makes History in Comeback Game Against Los Angeles Rams

This Sunday may signal a shift in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ stream of bad luck. The team, which had been on a serious losing streak was able to relish in a victory against the Los Angeles Rams. The victory is not only a big deal in that it is one of the few that the Buccaneers have seen this season, but it was also another historic game for the player Tom Brady. 

It was during this game that Brady became the first player in NFL history ever to reach 100,000 passing yards in his career, combining regular season and playoffs.  He surpassed the mark with the addition of 15 yards when he successfully completed a pass to running back Leonard Fournette during the fourth quarter. His team wound up defeating the opposition with a score of 16 to 13. 

This win and its historical moment have come to the team at possibly one of their most challenging seasons yet. The team has endured lots of friction and tension as they have struggled to maintain face in the wake of a string of losses. Brady went into retirement earlier this year, emerging not even two months later for his 23rd season in the hopes of securing an 8th championship win. Until now, luck was not in his favor, though, as the Buccaneers faced a series of crushing defeats. It had gotten so bad that there were even rumors that Brady would return to retirement, but Brady has since stated that he doesn’t plan to retire anytime soon, thus putting those rumors to rest. This win could be just what the team needs to boost their morale and confidence after this season’s series of shortcomings.

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