The Green Bay Packers did well against the Atlanta Falcons, and in the third quarter their quarterback increased their lead with beautiful touchdown pass and set a new NFL record on the same play.
359 attempts without an interception
Aaron Rodgers’ beautiful 24-yard touchdown to Randall Cobb put Green Bay up, 27-7. It also marked the 359th straight pass Rodgers has thrown without an interception, a new league record.
The previous record-holder was the New England Patriots’ Tom Brady at 358.
Rodgers has thrown one interception this season, back in Week 4 against the Buffalo Bills, and it didn’t exactly hurt the Packers since they won that game, 22-0. He’s now in his ninth straight game without a pick.
Brady’s streak spanned around two seasons, beginning in the fifth game of the 2010 season and ending in the 2011 season opener.
Green Bay held on to beat Atlanta, 34-20.
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