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Former Detroit Lions Matthew Stafford could tie Drew Brees NFL record


Matthew Stafford is now among the many class of signal-callers which might claim it has hoisted the Lombardi Trophy. 

In his first NFL season away from the Detroit Lions, the veteran quarterback was capable of put together a postseason run that culminated within the Los Angeles Rams defeating the Cincinnati Bengals within the Super Bowl. 

Stafford, 34, is now on the verge of a prestigious passing milestone. 

Entering his 14th NFL season, Stafford currently sits at 49,995 profession passing yards. 

If he’s capable of suit up and play against the Buffalo Bills within the season opener for the Rams, he’ll tie Drew Brees for the fewest games needed with a view to reach 50,000 profession passing yards. 

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Based on NFL.com, “Matthew Stafford (49,995 profession pass yards) needs five passing yards in his next game to tie Drew Brees for the fewest games (183) to succeed in 50,000 profession pass yards all-time. Stafford and the Rams open the season against the Bills within the NFL Kickoff Game on Sept. 8.” 

At Rams minicamp, Stafford didn’t throw, since he had a anti-inflammatory shot in his elbow in March. 

It is predicted the previous Lions franchise quarterback can be fully cleared before training camp. 

“I still have a whole lot of work to do, physically, simply to get able to go and to feel like I’m entering camp in peak position to go on the market and play at a high level. As I’m progressing personally, through my program, kinda on the point of go, I’ll be around the fellows,” Stafford said, via The Athletic. “We’ll be finding time. It’s the wonderful thing about being in Southern California; everyone desires to be here in any case.”

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