Aaron Rodgers breaks NFL record for most attempts with no INT on 24-yard TD

Even in a down season for Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, he still finds a way to set NFL records. The latest came on a 24-yard touchdown pass in Week 14, which also marked his 359th pass attempt without an interception.

Rodgers dropped a dime right in the perfect place to connect with wide receiver Randall Cobb in the end zone for a 24-yard score. The throw not only gave the Packers a three-score lead, but it also helped Rodgers set an NFL record in the process.

It marked his 359th consecutive throw without an interception, surpassing the NFL record previously held by fellow future Hall-of-Fame quarterback Tom Brady.

It’s been a lost season for the Packers and Rodgers, throws like this show just what this offense could be capable of if they fix many of their issues offensively.