Drew Brees Sets NFL Completion Percentage Record In Same Game Of Setting Touchdown Pass Record

Drew Brees is a walking record breaker.

The 40-year-old future first-ballot Hall of Famer entered Monday night looking to break the NFL’s all-time touchdown pass record, and ended up not only doing so, but setting a new record at the same time.

Completing a ridiculous 29 of his 30 passes, Brees set the NFL’s single-game mark for competition percentage with 96.7%. 

Philip Rivers held the record with a 28/29 (96.6%) outing against the Cardinals last year.


Keep in mind the record requires a minimum of 20 attempts in the game.

Brees finished the night with an absurd of 29/30, 307 yards, 4 TD passes, tossing completions to a whopping nine different receivers.