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Dak Prescott Breaks Tom Brady Record For Passes To Start Career Without Interception

Dak Prescott has been fantastic as a rookie for the Dallas Cowboys, and now he has a record to show for it.

Filling in for an injured Tony Romo, Prescott has the Dallas Cowboys in first place in the NFC East at 4-1. Today in Green Bay, he broke an impressive record previously held by New England Patriots star Tom Brady.

With his first 163 pass attempts, Prescott did not throw an interception.

The play after Prescott broke Brady's record, he threw what appeared to be his first pick as an NFL passer. The play was eventually ruled a fumble, and not an interception. Prescott probably wants that one back either way, but he has a chance to extend that record out a bit as a result.

With Romo set to return as early as Week 8, the Dallas Cowboys have a big decision to make, as long as Prescott continues to play as well as he has. Through five games, Prescott is 107-for-155 for 1,239 yards, four touchdowns, and no picks. So far today, he is 7-for-9 for 79 yards, and a touchdown pass to Cole Beasley.

His Cowboys lead the Packers 7-6 early in the second quarter.