Tom Brady is surrounding an NFL record that is as of now held by Green Straight Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

In 2018, Rodgers set the standard for most sequential passes without a capture attempt with 402.

Who claimed the record before Rodgers? Tom Brady. Presently, Brady is hoping to reclaim the record he set in 2010-2011.

Brady hasn't tossed a capture attempt since Week 1 against the Dallas Cowpokes.

Since tossing a pick to Cowpokes' well-being Donovan Wilson back in September, Brady has tossed 373 passes without a capture.

That puts him at number two on the untouched rundown, 29 behind Rodgers.

Regardless of Brady making a stride back underway contrasted with his past seasons, he is as yet having a great year. 

He presently sits second in the association in passing yards with 2547. 

 Be that as it may, he has just tossed 10 score passes, which places him seventeenth in the NFL. 

In any case, Brady has not been turning the ball over and is on a memorable speed with regard to capturing proportion.