Aaron Rodgers breaks one of Tom Brady's most impressive NFL records

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Tom Brady broke Peyton Manning's NFL record for most career touchdown passes (regular season and playoffs combined) on Sunday, but the New England Patriots quarterback also lost one of his records in Week 14.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw a touchdown strike to Randall Cobb in the third quarter against the Atlanta Falcons at Lambeau Field, and that scoring throw gave Rodgers 359 consecutive passes without an interception, which broke Brady's previous record of 358. 

Brady's mark was set from 2010 to 2011. Rodgers' new record extends back to Week 4. 

These two quarterbacks are exceptionally accurate. Brady entered Week 14 with a 64.0 completion percentage for his career, while Rodgers is at 64.8 percent. Brady has seven seasons with fewer than 10 interceptions. Rodgers has tallied fewer than 10 interceptions in seven consecutive seasons, and likely will do so again in 2018 because he has just one through 12 games. 

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