Tom Brady and Drew Brees will be competing all season in certain career categories. And despite Sunday’s 34-23 loss to the Saints, Brady did gain some ground on his new NFC South nemesis.Here are a few notable numbers (good and bad) from Brady’s debut as a Buccaneer.Consecutive games in which Brady has now thrown a pick-six. Tennessee’s Logan Ryan returned a Brady interception 9 yards for a touchdown in last year’s AFC divisional round playoff game, and Brady threw an interception in the Patriots' Week 17 loss to Miami that Eric Rowe returned 35 yards for a score.Passes Brady completed to running backs Sunday. Over the past four seasons, Brady has completed an average of 107 passes to his backs. He is on pace for 64 after one game this season.Career regular-season touchdown passes Brady needs to surpass Drew Brees for most in NFL history. Both quarterbacks threw two touchdowns Sunday; Brees now has 549 and Brady has 543.Receivers who caught a pass from Brady on SundayCareer intentional grounding penalties Brady has taken in his career, including one Sunday. He has been penalized just 54 times over his career. That includes delay-of-game calls.Times Brady has thrown two or more interceptions in a regular-season game, out of 286 games.Brady’s career Week 1 winning percentage, even after Sunday’s loss. He has a career 14-4 record in season openers.Brady’s quarterback rating Sunday, which was nearly 20 points below his career mark of 97.0 entering the game.Different players Brady has thrown touchdowns to in his career. He added two new names to his list Sunday: O.J. Howard and Mike Evans.Games Brady has played, including the postseason, after Sunday, which passes Brett Favre for most by an NFL quarterback.Career passing yards Brady needs to surpass Brees, the NFL’s all-time passing leader. Despite the loss, Brady (74,810) gained 79 yards on Brees (77,576).