Tom Brady threw 50 touchdowns for the Patriots in 2007 and 43 for the Bucs in 2021, leading the league both years. Peyton Manning threw 49 for the Colts in 2004 and 55 for the Broncos in 2013, also leading the league both years. Who is the only other quarterback in the Super Bowl era who’s led the league in touchdown passes for two different teams?


Roman Gabriel. Gabriel threw 24 with the Rams in 1969. He threw 23 for the Eagles in 1973 (sharing the league lead with Roger Staubach). He died at 83 on Saturday, his son announced in a social media post.