Brady throws 1st interception in 359 passes

Tom Brady’s NFL record streak of regular-season passes without

an interception is over.

The New England quarterback was intercepted – on a deflection –

by Miami’s Jared Odrick with 13:13 left in the third quarter on

Monday night.

Brady had thrown 358 consecutive passes in the regular season

without being picked off.

Late last season, Brady broke the mark of 308 attempts without a

pick previously held by Cleveland’s Bernie Kosar, set during the

1990 and 1991 seasons.

Miami quickly took advantage of the deflected interception, when

Chad Henne found Brian Hartline two plays later for a 10-yard

touchdown that tied the game at 14-14.