4:20 PM ET
Tristan H. Cockcroft
Tom Brady holds the records for Super Bowl victories (six), Super Bowl MVP awards (four) and Pro Bowl selections (14, although he’s tied for that mark), and now he has another record to add to his résumé: He has passed Jerry Rice for the most PPR points in fantasy football history, making him the all-time scorer in our game, regardless of format.
With Brady’s 16-yard pass to Antonio Brown in the second quarter vs. the Carolina Panthers, he surpassed Rice’s 5,141.8 PPR fantasy points, accrued between 1985 and 2005. He finished with 31.84 fantasy points on Sunday, his third 30-point effort of the season.
Interestingly, Brady might not be the only player to pass Rice on the leaderboard on Sunday. Drew Brees entered the day with more career fantasy points than Brady, having passed Brady in their head-to-head meeting during Week 9, and Brees’ Saints play at 4:25 p.m. ET. Brady and Brees, in fact, have been jockeying for the honor of first to pass Rice for the past two years, switching between second and third place five times. It’s fitting to see these two continuously neck-and-neck for