Tom Brady made history on Sunday, becoming the first quarterback in NFL history to throw 600 career touchdown passes but unfortunately the momentous occasion wasn’t without controversy.
With roughly 10 seconds remaining in the first quarter of Sunday’s affair, Brady delivered a nine-yard bomb to wide receiver Mike Evans for career TD number 600. Not realizing the magnitude of what that catch represented, Evans immediately gave the ball away to a fan.
Tony Romo, who was broadcasting the game for CBS with Jim Nantz jokingly suggested that Brady give his wife up for a date with the fan in exchange for the historic football:
This didn’t sit well with many people on social media:
Fortunately, the Buccaneers were able to retrieve Brady’s history-making football without having to offer up Bundchen for it.