Dak Prescott has established himself in the NFL by setting a record that will be difficult to break.
The Dallas Cowboys' rookie quarterback set a new NFL record on Sunday by setting a new a NFL record for passes from a first-year pro without throwing an interception.
The Cowboys' QB passed fellow rookie quarterback Carson Wentz's record of 135 passes without a touchdown in Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Prescott entered Sunday's game against the Bengals having thrown 131 times without a pick, along with three touchdowns, and zero picks. As of the fourth quarter he had thrown an additional 21 passes without being intercepted.
Before this season, the record was owned by Chad Hutchinson, who - in 2002 - went 95 passes before throwing an interception.
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