Tom Brady became the most sacked quarterback in NFL history on Thursday Night Football

The 45-year-old was sacked twice at the end of the first half to initially equal

and then break the record previously held by Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger

In truth, it’s hardly surprising that Brady is the most sacked quarterback

in NFL history since he’s been playing in the league for over two decades

Perhaps more concerning for the seven-time Super Bowl champion

is that the Bucs have now lost three games in a row

the first time that’s happened in Brady’s storied career since 2002

It marks a new low in a difficult season for both Brady and the Buccaneers.

Tom Brady has had a tough season since coming out of retirement, but he remains committed to the Bucs

His performances have not been up to par, but he has not been helped by his team

The offensive line is struggling, the running game is faltering, and his offensive weapons are not performing up to expectations