Patriots QB Tom Brady sets NFL record for most consecutive postseason passes without an interception
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has set an NFL record for most consecutive postseason passes without an interception.
Brady has helped the Patriots take a commanding lead over the Los Angeles Chargers in Sunday’s AFC Divisional Round matchup, which should lead to yet another AFC title game appearance for New England.
And once again, Brady has added another incredible achievement to his career tally after showing his efficiency against the Chargers.
Press-box announcement: Tom Brady throws his 227th consecutive postseason pass without an INT, which sets an NFL record.
This seems to be about the 4,384th NFL record that Brady has managed to break during his tenure with the Patriots, so it’s easy to understand why the team has had so much success over the years.
Many people thought that the Chargers would provide a significant challenge to Brady and company in this particular matchup, but that simply hasn’t happened.
Brady’s continued ability to lead his team to success in the postseason is just incredible at this point, and it should be all the evidence anyone needs to show just how great of a quarterback he is.
If the Patriots can hold on to the huge lead, they’ll prepare for a showdown with the Kansas City Chiefs next weekend.