credits: NFL Twitter

credits: NFL Twitter

After a disappointing loss against the Baltimore Ravens on October 28, Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated Los Angeles Rams 16-13, on Sunday at the Raymond James Stadium. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady helped his team to come from behind and beat the Rams as he became the first NFL player to hit 100,000 passing yards.

The 45-year-old Tom Brady and his wife Gisele Bundchen finalized their divorce after 13 years of marriage on the next day of his lost against the Ravens.

In the second quarter, Brady threw a 15-yard pass to running back Leonard Fournette that made him the first player to register 1 00k passing yards in the NFL regular season and playoffs history. Watch the video:

Before the Sunday's game,  Brady needed 164 yards to hit 100,000 passing yards mark. The record was highly expected by the fans as the Bucs quarterback has hit at least 164 yards in 43 consecutive games.

Tampa Bay were trailing to 13-9 with just 44 seconds remaining without a timeout and the seven-time Super Bowl winner threw it towards Cade Otton, who produced a decent catch to complete the comeback. With the victory the Bucs snapped a three-game losing streak against the Rams.

After registering his 43rd career fourth-quarter comeback game, Brady said, "That was awesome. That was f---in' awesome." On his record breaking moment, the 45-year-old said, " It's all about the win. It's all about the win, man. I never cared about the (records). All about the win."