Early into Sunday Night Football the New England Patriots set an NFL record for the most passes without an interception, but Seattle Seahawk DB DeShawn Shead didn’t let the Patriots bask in that record for long.
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Midway through the second quarter, Shead intercepted a throw by New England Patriot QB Tom Brady, stopping the historic record in its tracks.
Throughout the entire 31-23 win, the Seahawks reminded the Patriots what true physical football is all about.
“They got their plays, we made our plays, back and forth, and we finished,” said Shead, “We finish, that’s the key. Our definition of finishing is ‘do right longer’ and it went all the way down to the last second, and we finished.”
The Seahawks will look to continue to play physical when they take on the Philadelphia Eagles next week at CenturyLink Field.