Tom Brady: 5 Reasons He'll Break Every Single-Season Passing Record in 2011

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Tom Brady: 5 Reasons He'll Break Every Single-Season Passing Record in 2011
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Somehow, Tom Brady manages to keep surprising us.

He entered this year with a Hall of Fame resume and almost unlimited expectations, and he's managed to exceed them. He's on pace to destroy the record books. He could break his unbreakable record of 50 touchdown passes in a season. He's looking even better than when he was the unanimous MVP a year ago.

Brady's always had an ability to make playing quarterback look easy. This year, he's making it look effortless.

And as a result, every passing record in the book is on red alert. And it's not a trend. This will keep going. This is a march on history.

Brady will be at the top of the passing marks by the time the season is done. It'll be another season for the ages for No. 12. Then he can get to work on getting rid of that nagging three-game losing streak in the playoffs.

Here's why the records will change after this season.

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