Dallas rookie quarterback Dak Prescott set an NFL record for passes without an interception to start a career on Sunday.
Prescott threw his 163rd pass without an interception in the opening quarter against Green Bay at Lambeau Field. The pass was a 15-yard completion to wide receiver Terrance Williams.
It’s also the most by a rookie.
The Cowboys were leading the Packers 7-3 at the 2:17 mark of the first quarter. Prescott had completed seven of eight passes at that point of the game.
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The previous NFL record was held by Tom Brady, who had 162 consecutive attempts without an interception (2000-2001) to start his career. Carson Wentz, a rookie in Philadelphia, is third at 134 and Warren Moon (Houston, 1984) is fourth at 131.
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).