Patriots Vs. Packers Sunday Night Football: Tom Brady Sets Another NFL Record
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has just set another NFL all-time record, this time breaking former Cleveland Brown Berni Kosars mark of 286 consecutive passes in a single season without an interception.
Tom Brady has now officially established himself as the measuring stick for quarterback efficiency. His NFL record 287th consecutive pass in a single season without an intercption came on an incompletion to Julian Edelman.
Truthfully speaking Brady has been very fortunate so far in tonight's game. He's thrown at least three passes that could have very easily been intercepted by the Packers, including his record setter.
Still, for the most part, Brady has been on point. He just hasn't had many opportunities to produce. Brady and the offense have only had three possessions in the second half and found themselves trailing by three points in the fourth quarter.
It's the first time since a midseason loss in Cleveland the Patriots have trailed this late in the game. Right on cue, Brady added to his new record, led the team down the field and threw a touchdown to Aaron Hernandez to take the lead.
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