As NFL teams jockey for position in the 2019 playoff race, New England quarterback Tom Brady and New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees are close to achieving the most career touchdown passes in league history, currently held by Peyton Manning (539). Brady and Brees currently have 535 and 532 touchdowns, respectively. Brady, whose Patriots host the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday (4:25 p.m. EST, CBS), is 47-12 (.797) during his career in starts following a regular-season loss.
The Baltimore Ravens put the league’s longest winning streak (eight games) on the line when they face the Buffalo Bills on Sunday (1 p.m. EST, CBS). The contest matches two of the NFL’s best dual-threat quarterbacks — Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson and Buffalo’s Josh Allen. Jackson’s 977 net rushing yards are more than five NFL teams combined this year and he ranks fourth in the NFL with a 109.6 passer rating. Allen, who ranks third among NFL quarterbacks with 430 rushing yards, has a fourth-quarter passer rating of 114.0.
As the NFL makes its final turn toward the regular-season finish line, each club has just four games remaining, and 26 teams remain in contention for a trip to Super Bowl LIV. Two of those teams, the Tennessee Titans and Oakland Raiders, battle in a key AFC contest Sunday (4:25 p.m. EST, CBS).