Written by Robert J. Matthews
Tom Brady has won seven Super Bowls, and Peyton Manning is in the Hall of Fame.
Jared Goff may not join Brady in the Hall of Fame, but he can say that he is now in the record books with those two quarterbacks.
Detroit has 14 wins for the season after beating the Buccaneers on Sunday.
Goff is only the third quarterback in NFL history to take more than one team to at least 14 wins, which is a big deal.
That's something Goff did twice: once with the Lions this year and again with the Rams in 2018. Those wins helped them get to the Super Bowl, where they lost to Brady's Patriots.
Brady and Manning were the only players in NFL history to lead more than one team to 14 or more wins before Goff came along.
In his 20 years with the Patriots, Brady did it 10 times. He went to Tampa Bay after leaving New England at the end of the 2019 season.
Additionally, Brady won 14 games in his second season with the Buccaneers, who finished the year with a 14-5 record.