Dak Prescott continues to rewrite the NFL record books.
The Dallas Cowboys' rookie quarterback not only led his team to a fifth consecutive win on Sunday, he surpassed another legendary quarterback in the process.
Prescott broke New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady's record for pass attempts without an interception to begin a career. Brady's record was 162 straight passes, which Prescott eclipsed by completing 176 passes without a pick. That left Prescott a little more than halfway to the all-time mark of 335 attempts which was also set by Tom Brady in 2010.
It's important to note that Brady's record is not the rookie record for pass attempts without an interception. Brady threw only three passes as a rookie, then took over as starter in his second season as a pro.
This may be one record that stands for some time to come.
Source: Yahoo Sports · Photo Credit: Images Courtesy of Keystone Press