Tom Brady, New England Patriots quarterback, hits 1,000-yard rushing milestone

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady right celebrates a touchdown run by James Develin along with center David Andrews left during New England's 24-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday in Foxborough Mass

Tom Brady Refused To Step Backwards On A Kneel Down To Keep His 1,000 Yard Rushing Milestone

No matter what, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady always delivers.

Tom Brady adds to his resume.

"I felt like it was a situation where the guy was going down to fake an injury to try to provide time for them to challenge the play and it frustrated me", said Thielen.

Brady hit the career milestone with a five-yard run against the Vikings on Sunday to give him exactly 1,000 yards rushing in his career.

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As you've probably heard, Vikings receiver Adam Thielen got into a heated argument with Bill Belichick during the fourth quarter at Gillette Stadium.

CBS took a hilarious jab at Brady during the broadcast titled "Run Tommy, Run" which features some guy named Barry Sanders and superfan Terrell Davis.

But that was just one of the milestones reached Sunday by Brady, who finally amassed 1,000 rushing yards for his career. "So, yeah, it was good to get the win, you know?"

"The only reason I've been playing these 19 years is to get to that 1,000 yards", the 41-year-old quarterback said speaking into his cell phone camera while getting into his auto. Time to ride off into the sunset. Nah. He's accomplished everything there is to do in football and he made a decision to retire after the career milestone... for a few seconds.

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