Joe Burrow breaks NFL passing completion record

During the Cincinnati Bengals’ Week 18 clash with the Baltimore Ravens, Burrow became NFL’s the all-time leader in career completion percentage, previously held by Drew Brees at 67.7%. The Bengals QB entered the game with a career 68.5% mark and needed to throw just 12 passes to break the record, even if all 12 were incompletions.

Burrow needed those 12 passes to hit the minimum pass attempts threshold of 1,500 to qualify for the NFL’s all-time completion percentage leaderboard. He had attempted 1,488 passes entering Week 18, completing 1,019 of them for a 68.5%.
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