Drew Brees' TD Streak and the 5 Most Unbreakable NFL Records

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Drew Brees' TD Streak and the 5 Most Unbreakable NFL Records

On Thursday Night Football, we saw history. For the first time since Week 4 of the 2009 NFL season, Drew Brees would fail to throw a touchdown pass.

Brees' historic 54-game streak came to an end at the worst time possible for the Saints, but it is a remarkable record that likely ranks among the most unbreakable in NFL history.

When Johnny Unitas set the original record back in 1960 at 47 games, it was considered one of football's most unbreakable, comparable to Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak.

With Brees having broken it earlier this season, followed by the end to the streak, let's look at some of the most unbreakable records in NFL history.

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