Tom Brady moved clear of Peyton Manning for the most wins in NFL history on Sunday as the New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams.
The Patriots quarterback picked up the 201st victory of his career, passing Manning with their 26-10 win over the Rams at the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough.
Manning, whose 200th career win came in Super Bowl 50, played in 292 career games, including the postseason. His winning percentage was .685, which would be the highest all time if not for Brady.
However, Brady now has 201 wins with only 61 defeats for a ridiculous winning percentage of .767. Of the 15 most successful quarterbacks in NFL history, only Steve Young had fewer losses (55), but Young won only 102 games.Brady and Julian Edelman could pretty much do no wrong against the hapless Rams (4-8). Brady threw for 269 yards in the 26-10 win while Edelman caught eight passes for 101 yards, including a leaping 32-yard completion in the third quarter.
With the loss, Fisher now has 164 career losses in 22 seasons as an NFL head coach. Fisher's all-time record is 173-164-1 and he is second only to Patriots coach Fisher is second only to Patriots coach Bill Belichick (233-115) for wins among active coaches. While Belichick has coached in six Super Bowls, Fisher has just six winning seasons.