Just to point out, he took sole possession of 5th place all time on the TD list today, ahead of Elway. He's now 40 behind Tarkenton in 4th, which he has a chance to match this season. You'd have to fancy him to do it anyway, but it's highly unlikely he'll reach Goober in 3rd place (who is currently sat on 399). In terms of passing yards all time, he's just 24 behind Johnny U in 13th place. It's very close though, there's 5 QB's within about 3,000 yards, so you'd expect him to get ahead of Fouts in 9th by the end of the year. If he gets close to last year, he'll actually overtake the man he replaced - Drew Bledsoe, who is currently on 44,611 yards. Ahead of that, Turnpike Vinny is 7th all time with 46,233, whilst Tarkenton is 6th on 47,003. The one Joker in the pack though is Drew Brees, who is part of the equation (he's currently in 10th place with 41,081 after today's games). Either way, after the next two seasons, I expect Brady to be ahead of Tarkenton, but just behind Moon, with Brees moving into 5th all time on about 50,000 yards (and he'll be just the fifth QB ever to reach that milestone). It might be a strange thing to say, but I think we take Tom's greatness for granted. And it is greatness. And some kudos to Goober and Brees too. We're witnessing a golden era and three of the absolute all time best to every ply their trade. Thankfully one of them is ours.