With three weeks remaining in the seasons, Tom Brady has thrown 29 touchdown passes and just four interceptions. In the history of the NFL, only one quarterback has completed a season with at least 25 touchdown passes and no more than five interceptions. And that was Brady in 2010 (36 TD, 4 INT).
In addition, his 7.3 touchdown-to-interception ratio would rank third all-time, behind his own 2010 season (9.0) and Aaron Rodgers in 2011 (7.5). In fact, only three quarterbacks have ever posted a ratio of at least 5.0 (Brady twice, Rodgers, Steve Deberg; min. 20 TD).
And quarterbacks have become more efficient in recent years, as we can see below, Brady is taking it to extreme levels. Only two other quarterbacks this season have a ratio of at least 4.0…
Data via Pro-Football-Reference.com