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Tonight marked a record setting performance for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots during a 41-14 romp of the Miami Dolphins.
Trailing 7-6 at halftime, Brandon Tate’s 103-yard kickoff return for a touchdown propelled New England to a 35-point second half explosion and gave Brady his 100th win in the NFL.
Brady, who threw for 153 yards and a score, became the quickest quarterback to reach the 100 win mark during the Super Bowl era, which dates back to 1966.
It took the three-time Super Bowl winner 131 starts to hit the century mark in victories.
Joe Montana, the previous record holder, reached 100 wins in 139 starts.
And yes, Brady’s hair was still glorious in the humidity of Miami.