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Prescott’s streak without an interception at 146 passes at halftime

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has thrown 147 passes without an interception by halftime of Sunday’s game against Cincinnati.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has thrown 147 passes without an interception by halftime of Sunday’s game against Cincinnati. AP

Dallas rookie quarterback Dak Prescott extended his streak without an interception to start an NFL career to 146 passes as the Cowboys lead the Cincinnati Bengals 21-0 at halftime of Sunday’s game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

Prescott completed 10 of 15 passes for 147 yards and one touchdown in the first half. He also has a rushing touchdown.

The NFL record is held by Tom Brady, who had 162 consecutive attempts without an interception (2000-2001) to start his career.

Brady also hold the NFL’s all-time record for consecutive pass attempts without an interception at 358 (2010-2011). Alex Smith is second with 312 in 2015. Bernie Kosar is third at 308 (1990-91) and Bart Starr is fourth at 294 (1964-65).

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