Carr's 22 straight completions match NFL record

HOUSTON -- Texans quarterback David Carr tied an NFL record
with 22 consecutive completions Sunday on the same field where Mark Brunell set the record earlier this season.

Carr completed 22 straight against Buffalo before throwing
incomplete to Andre Johnson with 5:44 left in the game.

Brunell completed 22 in a row in Washington's 31-15 win over the
Texans at Reliant Stadium on Sept. 24. The previous record was 21
straight completions by Rich Gannon for Oakland in 2002.

Carr tied Brunell's record on a short pass to Wali Lundy for no
gain with 6:19 left.

Carr's first pass of the game was intercepted by Buffalo's Nate
Clements. He was 1-for-3 against Buffalo, then began the streak
with a 14-yard completion to Eric Moulds in the first quarter.