For the 10th year in a row, ironman D’Brickashaw Ferguson played every snap

D'Brickashaw Ferguson kept his ridiculous iron man streak alive this season.
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Brett Favre is seen as the NFL’s ultimate ironman, having played in 321 consecutive games from 1992 to 2010 — a record that will likely never be broken. However, New York Jets left tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson has a ridiculous streak of his own going.

For the tenth straight year, Ferguson didn’t miss a single snap, and hasn’t missed one in his entire career since coming into the league in 2006. His streak stands at 10,357 consecutive snaps according to Rich Cimini of ESPN.

Even more impressive is the fact that he’s never missed a single practice due to injury and has never been on an injury report in his career. That’s mind blowing, to say the least.

That kind of consistency and durability at arguably the second-most important position on offense is something very few teams in the NFL have. Ferguson deserves a ton of credit for what he’s accomplished.

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