New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady helped defeat the Buffalo Bills 23-3 on Sunday and earned his 27th career victory against Buffalo. That marks the most wins by any quarterback against a single opponent in NFL history, breaking a tie with Brett Favre’s 26 wins over the Detroit Lions.
Brady is 27-3 against the Bills.
Tom Brady also has the third-most with 24 wins against the New York Jets and will get a chance to inch closer to holding the top two spots when they play in the season finale.
Brady also earned his 55th career victory in December, the most wins in a single month by a quarterback in NFL history. He also broke his tie with Peyton Manning for the most seasons with 10+ victories at quarterback with 15. Brady also moved into a tie with George Blanda for the second-most wins by an NFL player with 218, trailing only kicker Adam Vinatieri at 224.