Putting Tom Brady's hot start into historical perspective

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- How impressive has New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady been through the first two games of the regular season?

ESPN's Stats & Information relays that Brady is one of only two players in NFL history to total 750 passing yards and seven touchdowns with no interceptions through the first two games of a season. The other player to accomplish the feat is Peyton Manning, in 2013.

In leading the Patriots to a 2-0 start, Brady also leads the NFL with 91 pass attempts. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it's the most pass attempts by a player in the first two games of a season without throwing an interception in NFL history.

As Brady prepares for Sunday's home game against the Jaguars, here's something else to consider: Through three games of a season, Elias Sports Bureau reports that the most pass attempts by a quarterback without an interception is 126, by Manning in 2010.

Let's match up Brady's key stats from the first three games of his MVP seasons (2007 and 2010), as well as the 2011 season when he threw for more than 5,000 yards, with his production through the first two games this season.