Tom Brady surpassed Peyton Manning for most touchdown passes in NFL history on Sunday.

His two-yard pass to Julian Edelman in the second quarter of Sunday's game against Miami gave Brady 580 touchdowns for his career, regular and postseason combined.

The 41-year-old didn't stop there though, as Brady went on to throw touchdown strikes to Cordarrelle Patterson and Rob Gronkowski, giving him three on the day.

Brady (510) still trails Manning (539) and Drew Brees (518) for most regular-season touchdown passes.

In Week 12 of this season, Brady surpassed Manning for most career passing yards in both the regular and postseason.