Rodgers' record streak of consecutive passes without INT snapped vs. Bears
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had his record streak of 402 consecutive pass attempts without an interception snapped on Sunday against the Chicago Bears.

Bears safety Eddie Jackson picked off Rodgers in Chicago's end zone late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's divisional matchup, helping to seal the Bears' division-clinching 24-17 win. Rodgers' streak covered a span of more than nine games, having last thrown an interception against Buffalo on Sept. 30.

The 35-year-old quarterback finished the game completing 25 of 42 attempts for 274 yards, no touchdowns, and the lone pick.

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Rodgers' record streak of consecutive passes without INT snapped vs. Bears
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