Tom Brady threw for 411 yards and five touchdowns as Antonio brown became the fastest NFL player with 900 receptions and the reigning Super Bowl champion Buccaneers in Tampa Bay rolled to a 45-17 route the Miami dolphins On Sunday.
Brady threw for more than 400 yards with five TDs in the same game for that for the first time in his 22 year career.
Brown scored at receptions of 62 and 4 yards, join Julio Jones, Jerry Rice, Torry Holt and Andre Johnson the only player in league history to have 12,000 yards in fewer than 150 games. The 33-year-old receiver extended the NFL’s longest active streak with at least one catch to 141 games in a row and also became the fastest to 900 career receptions on his first catch of the day.
Brown reached the milestone in 143 career games. Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison was the fastest to date with 149.
Mike Evans had TD catches of 34 and 22 yards, and Giovani Bernard also scored on a 10-yard reception from Brady, who finished 30 of 41 without interceptions – the third game in a row that the Bucs (4-1) had no turnover .
tea Dolphins (1-4) have lost four times in a row after a season opener win against New England.
Miami’s Jacoby Brissett completed 27 of 39 passes for 279 yards, two TDs and one interception in his third straight start, replacing the injured Tua Tagovailoa.
Myles Gaston scored on receptions of 1 and 37 yards for the Dolphins, who trailed 24-17 in the fourth quarter.
Leonard Fournette scored on a 5 yard run and Brady tossed his TD passes at Evans to suspend play before being replaced by backup Blaine Gabbert with 7:06 remaining.