December 20, 2010 9:00 AM ET
When the Patriots beat the Packers 31-27, Tom Brady extended his NFL-record regular-season home-game winning-streak to 27 games. That streak dates back to 2006. He did it by completing the game without an interception, and is now up to 292 straight completed passes without an interception. That streak dates back to Week 5 against Baltimore. That's the longest such single-season streak in NFL history. And when the Panthers beat the Cardinals 19-12, Jimmy Clausen threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Jeff King. That was just his second touchdown pass of the season and his first since October 3rd. So this one snapped a streak of 181 passes without a touchdown. And the last player with a TD-pass drought that long in one season was Brett Favre, as a spry 36-year-old for the Packers five seasons ago.