Aaron Rodgers has record INT-free streak come to an end
Aaron Rodgers had not thrown an interception in nine games entering Sunday’s contest against the Chicago Bears, but that streak came to an end during another tough game for the Green Bay Packers.
In the second half, Rodgers threw an interception for the first time in 402 passing attempts.
402 passing attempts. From September 30th-December 16th; Aaron Rodgers’ threw an NFL-record 402 passing attempts without an interception. Streak, thanks to Eddie Jackson, who hurt his ankle on the play, is over.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 16, 2018
Rodgers hasn’t been at his best this season, and the results the Packers have seen reflect that. However, he has done a remarkable job of protecting the ball. That was quite the impressive streak.
In addition to having his impressive INT-free streak come to an end, Rodgers was also sacked by a defender who only used his back. It wasn’t a good day for the veteran quarterback.