Philip Rivers added to his resume Sunday when he became the first quarterback to throw 25 straight completions to start a game.
He passed Mark Brunell’s previous record of 22 passes set in 2006. The feat also ties the NFL record for the most consecutive completions in a single game.
— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) November 25, 2018
His perfect start, which ended with an incompletion half way through the third quarter, helped the Chargers build a 35-10 lead over that Cardinals.
Rivers followed up his first incompletion with three short passes and his third touchdown of the day.