Record-setting play for Tampa Bay Bucs as Tom Brady hits Mike Evans for TD
Tom Brady started his 298th career as a quarterback on Saturday when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers took on the Detroit Lions. It was in vintage form.
The Bucs struggled to start their engines all season in the first quarter. Not against the exhausted Detroit Lions.
Brady found Rob Gronkowski for a TD and met Mike Evans for a touchdown on the second run. According to the PAT it was 13-0.
The TD set a Bucs record for making passes in a season by a QB. Brady surpassed Jameis Winston with his 34th TD. He had previously tied Winston's mark.
Evans, meanwhile, set a bucks mark for a recipient when he was 12.
Brady's 298th start at QB matched the Brett Favre brand.
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