Former Auburn DB Jamel Dean snaps Aaron Rodgers' INT streak with a pick-6
Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers had the longest active streak in the NFL for most passes without an interception. In the second quarter of the Green Bay-Tampa Bay game, that mark was up to 156 Rodgers passes before Jamel Dean snapped it in a big way.
Dean picked off Rodgers and took it back for a Bucs touchdown. Strangely enough, Rodgers would throw another pick on the next Green Bay possession, with the Tampa Bay defense setting up an easy score for the offense.
With Dean’s pick-6 and the Bucs’ offensive score, Tampa Bay now leads 14-10 in the second quarter. The game can be seen on FOX.
Pick Six. Bucs defense 💰 pic.twitter.com/bhgvZ0FnC7
— Paige Dimakos (@The_SportsPaige) October 18, 2020