Matt Stafford broke two records last week against the Bears

The Detroit Lions quarterback set two NFL records last week against the Chicago Bears. Stafford became the first quarterback in league history to complete more than 1,200 passes in his first 50 games.

At the end of the first half, Stafford had 16 for 1,207 completion in his career. He finished the game with 23 total completions which puts him at 1,214 completions in his first 50 games.  That is pretty impressive.

He also broke Kurt Warner’s NFL record for most yards thrown in his first 50 games. Warner threw for 13,864.

At the half Stafford had 13,976 and broke 14,000 by the end of the game.  I like Stafford, the kid is a gun slinger.

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