Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, December 14, 2015

Another week of NFL action, another opportunity for a former Big Ten quarterback to pass Hall of Famer Dan Marino on the all-time passing touchdowns list.

One week after Tom Brady (Michigan) surpassed Marino's 420 career scoring strikes vs. Philadelphia, Drew Brees (New Orleans) did the same Sunday afternoon in a win at Tampa Bay.

Brees tossed a pair of touchdowns in the 24-17 victory to give him 421 in his brilliant career.

The total trails just Peyton Manning (539), Brett Favre (508) and the aforementioned Brady (425) in NFL annals.

Kind of cool that two of the four all-time passing touchdown leaders are Big Ten products, isn't it? It'll be fun watching Brees and Brady go back and forth in their pursuit of the all-time record.

Speaking of Brees, here's a fun look back at one of his biggest moments at Purdue: