MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- After becoming only the 15th player in NFL history to reach 3,000 completions in the first half of Monday's Week 1 battle against the Miami Dolphins, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady saw his NFL record streak of regular-season pass attempts without an interception end in the third quarter.
Brady was intercepted by Miami defensive end Jared Odrick on the first drive of the second half. Odrick returned the pick 40 yards to set up a game-tying score. Here's a look at how Brady's streak stacks up:
Most Consecutive Passes Without INT -- Regular Season, NFL History
Tom Brady - 358 - 2010-11
Bernie Kosar - 308 - 1990-91
Bart Starr - 294 - 1964-65
Jeff George - 279 - 1993-94