Brady Throws First INT Since Week 6

FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) — Tom Brady threw an interception on New England’s first possession Sunday against the New York Jets — the first time he has been picked off since Oct. 17.

Jets linebacker David Harris intercepted Brady’s pass at the New York 30 and ran 58 yards to the 12.

Brady did not throw an interception in his last 335 attempts of the regular season — an NFL record.

He only had four interceptions all season. He threw two against the on Sept. 19, and then two more against Baltimore in Week 6, the last one on a heave at the end of the fourth quarter of a tie game to try to win the game in regulation.

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  1. Kenny Jet says:

    luck plays ahuge part in no interceptions by tipped or dropped balls

  2. Jesse Rosenbaum says:

    GREAT FIRST HALF

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